David Cameron's resignation as Prime Minister is a "tragedy", but "inevitable" a Conservative MP has said.
Michael Ellis praised Mr Cameron's ability to "build bridges" and also the fact that he led the first majority Conservative Government in over 20 years, and said he led the Coalition Government "admirably".
The MP for Northampton North said "calmness and good order" following the outcome of the EU referendum and the volatility of markets as a result.
David Cameron will be facing a hostile audience when he meets with leaders from the remaining 27 EU nations this week, writes James Mates.
Labour MPs are attempting to build a consensus for a single challenger to Corbyn, while the big game in the Tory Party is Stop Boris.
David Cameron has announced he is to resign as prime minister by October. We look at who could replace him.