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Stephen Crabb said serving in the Cabinet had been a "huge privilege".
The Welsh MP has resigned as Work and Pensions Secretary.
Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb has resigned from Government "in the best interests of my family", he said in a statement.
It comes amid speculation about his private life and allegations that the married MP had sent inappropriate text messages to a women half his age.
The First Minister of Wales has congratulated Theresa May on becoming Prime Minister.
Carwyn Jones said he was "encouraged that Theresa May has recognised that the economy should work for everyone, not just those at the top"
Plaid Cymru Leader Leanne Wood says there should be an early UK General Election, on the grounds that Theresa May doesn't have a democratic mandate. Ms Wood claims that the expected appointment of the new Conservative leader as Prime Minister "shows a disregard for democracy".
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Stephen Crabb resigned from his role as Work and Pensions Secretary after The Times reported he sent explicit messages.