David Cameron has told ITV News he has no plans for the future after resigning as an MP.
ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship tweets:
David Cameron told Theresa May of his decision to stand down as a Tory MP this afternoon
David Cameron says he has no current plans for his future but, as former Prime Minister, can't be full constituency MP for people of Witney
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David Cameron, who resigned as prime minister on Wednesday, has condemned the "sickening and dreadful" attack in Nice.
A sickening and dreadful attack in Nice. I know we stand with the French people and share their values. They shall never defeat us.
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It's been 37 years since Margaret Thatcher walked in to 10 Downing Street, but Theresa May is set to make her own mark on history.
Mrs May looks set to appoint a record number of women in her Cabinet later this week.
ITV News correspondent Juliet Bremner reports:
Theresa May moved into Number 10 on a momentous day in British politics, which saw David Cameron and his family leave Downing Street for the final time after six years in office.
Mrs May didn't delay getting straight to work, making key appointments in her new cabinet including Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary.
ITV News' Political Editor Robert Peston reports: