Welsh politicians have reacted to the announcement from Theresa May that she will resign as Conservative leader on June 7 after failing to deliver her Brexit deal.
Speaking outside Downing Street this morning, she outlined her plan to resign after facing increasing calls from within her own party and the opposition benches to step down.
The Prime Minister struggled to fight back the tears as she said it had been "the honour of my life" to serve "the country that I love".
First Minister Mark Drakeford paid tribute to Theresa May's ''sense of public service'' but said her red lines left the country ''in a mess of her making.''
The Leader of the Conservatives in the Assembly, Paul Davies, thanked Theresa May for her "commitment to Wales" and called on the party to unite behind delivering Brexit.
Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price praised the Prime Minister's commitment.
Meanwhile, Brexit Party Assembly Leader Mark Reckless accused Theresa May of lying.