The pro-Leave Cabinet minister received an apparent death threat purporting to be from 'The Real 48 Per Cent'.Read the full story ›
Britons should take up the fruit picking and farm labouring jobs currently done by EU migrants, Cabinet minister Andrea Leadsom has said.Read the full story ›
Andrea Leadsom said the parents should be 'cautious' hiring men for childcare roles adding it was 'sensible' to favour women as nannies.Read the full story ›
Andrea Leadsom has been appointed to the Cabinet as Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
Andrea Leadsom has arrived at Downing Street, amid speculation that she can expect a cabinet position.
Ms May's former rival for the Tory leadership, smiled but remained silent as she approached Number 10.
Yvette Cooper has called on Theresa May to "quickly" clarify the status of EU citizens currently living in the UK.
The former Shadow Home Secretary was critical of Mrs May earlier this month, after she told Peston on Sunday that EU nationals' ability to stay post Brexit would be subject to "negotiations".
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Speaking to ITV News, Ms Cooper said: "I do hope that she takes the opportunity very quickly to deal with the issue that she hasn't yet after the referendum, which is the fate of EU citizens who've been settled here, often for a very many years, and who still don't know whether they going to be able to stay.
"It would stop the extremists exploiting the issue, it would be a way of starting to bring people together."
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David Cameron's final cabinet meeting was marked with warm tributes, with soon-to-be prime minister Theresa May saying he has "the respect of colleagues".
But now Theresa May will decide who will make up her new cabinet.
ITV News' political correspondent Libby Wiener takes a look at the preparations for change in government.
Theresa May has called it "an honour and a privilege" to be the new Tory leader, as she thanked staff at the Conservative HQ in London.
She paid tribute to the man she will shortly replace as prime minister, saying David Cameron had been "a superb leader of our party and a superb prime minister".
She also stated that "when Labour prospers the country suffers", calling for a big win in the general election in four years time to "make sure they don't prosper".