Theresa May has won after securing the support of 200 Conservative MPs in a secret ballot held in Parliament this evening.
Graham Brady announces results of Confidence Vote
Theresa May has won after securing the support of 200 Conservative MPs in a secret ballot held in Parliament this evening.
Grayling: Theresa May has won a substantial vote of support
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling says that Theresa May has won the no confidence vote by a substantial margin and calls for party unity behind her.
Bone: More than a third of party has voted against May
Conservative MP Peter Bone says that more than a third of the parliamentary Conservative party doesn't believe in their own Prime Minister and that Theresa May isn't the leader to unify the party or the country.
Theresa May promises to listen after winning confidence vote
The Prime Minister Theresa May has spoken outside Number Ten this evening, after winning a vote of confidence from 200 Conservative MPs in Westminster.
Chris O'Dowd surprised that Meryl Streep is in Mary Poppins
Chris O'Dowd reveals his shock that Meryl Streep is in Mary Poppins. He also told us about playing a dog for a minute in Mary Poppins Returns.
Ben Whishaw: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ is grounded in reality
Ben Whishaw spoke about his experience on 'Mary Poppins Returns' which he said is grounded in reality and grounded in a real family.
Dominic Grieve: No confidence vote serves no useful purpose
Dominic Grieve MP says he's "not surprised" a vote of no confidence has been triggered against Prime Minister Theresa May, although added it will serve "absolutely no useful purpose".
Meryl Streep says Mary Poppins is a gift at a needful time
Meryl Streep says Mary Poppins is a gift at a needful time.
Sir Vince Cable: No confidence vote doesn't solve Brexit
Sir Vince Cable MP says the Conservative Party's vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May does not help solve the "problem" of Brexit. He added it was a "terrible example" of the party putting its interests before the country's.
Strasbourg Christmas Market shooting death toll rises to 4
The death toll after Strasbourg's Christmas market shooting on Tuesday rises to four, with a manhunt underway while the suspect is still on the run.
Emily Mortimer enjoyed every moment of Mary Poppins Returns
Emily Mortimer said she enjoyed every moment of filming 'Mary Poppins Returns' and how she managed to make the role more emotional.
Lin-Manuel Miranda reveals how to master the cockney accent
Lin-Manuel Miranda reveals how to master the cockney accent and talks about his favourite scenes to film on set of Mary Poppins Returns.
David Lammy: PM will be 'weakened' after confidence vote
Labour MP David Lammy says Prime Minister Theresa May will be "weakened" if she was to survive the vote of no confidence against her. He adds regardless of the outcome, Ms May's Brexit deal will still not pass through Parliament and echoes calls for a general election or people's vote.
Emily Blunt says her Mary Poppins is sassy and flirty
Emily Blunt revealed that her Mary Poppins Returns role is very sassy, flirty and has a lot of swagger!
Green: PM's authority will be re-enforced with vote win
Damian Green MP says Prime Minister Theresa May will "re-enforce her authority" if she wins the vote of no confidence against her. He adds MPs that triggered the vote were "hugely missguided" and "self-indulgent".
Banks children say Mary Poppins was a magical experience
Pixie Davies and Nathanael Saleh told us that making 'Mary Poppins Returns' was a magical experience.
Joel Dawson describes Emily Blunt as "so lovely"
Joel Dawson, who plays Georgie Banks in 'Mary Poppins Returns', describes Emily Blunt as "so lovely and kind" and reveals his thoughts of the original
Prince Charles and Prince Harry host youth crime debate
Prince Charles and Prince Harry host a debate on youth crime at Clarence House.
Tory leadership candidates: Who could replace Theresa May?
As Theresa May steels herself for a vote of no confidence in the House of Commons, we assess the Conservative candidates who could replace the PM.
Amber Rudd 'confident' PM will win no confidence vote
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Amber Rudd MP says she is "completely confident" Prime Minister Theresa May will win the vote of no confidence against her. She adds Ms May is the "only chance" to delivering Brexit.
Gove: 'I want to PM to win confidence vote handsomely'
Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Michael Gove MP says he wants Prime Minister Theresa May to “handsomely” win the vote of no confidence against her. He urged Conservative MPs to “ponder” before casting their votes, and consider the risk of “derailing Brexit” should Ms May lack support.
Dalton Harris had visions of being on X Factor as a kid
X Factor 2018 winner Dalton Harris said he had visions of his adult self appearing on stage when he was 8-years-old.
Corbyn: PM's behaviour is 'contemptuous of Parliament'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn asks Prime Minister Theresa May if she would put her Brexit deal before Parliament for a vote, having postponed it earlier this week. He accused Ms May of being "contemptuous of Parliament" as the two leaders came head to head at Prime Minister's Questions.
Hammond: 'Not the time to be talking about changing leaders'
Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond says this is not the time to be talking about changing leaders and believes Theresa May is the right person to lead the country through Brexit.
Barry Gardiner: We need change in government not Tory leader
Shadow Secretary of State for International Trade Barry Gardiner MP says the country needs to see a change in government rather than in Conservative Party leadership. He adds the party has put its own "acrimony and hatred for each other's positions" ahead of the country's interests.
Arlene Foster says DUP is focussed on ditching the backstop
DUP Leader Arlene Foster says the DUP will not be involved in any internal Conservative Party votes of no confidence or leadership changes but is focussed on the policy of getting rid of the backstop in the Brexit process when the UK leaves the EU.
David Gauke: Leadership contest will delay Article 50
Secretary of State for Justice David Gauke MP says it’s likely Article 50 will have to be delayed should the Conservative Party see new leadership. Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a vote of no confidence after the necessary 48 letters were received by the 1922 Committee.
David Davis says there must be a Brexit negotiations reset
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis remains tight-lipped over which way he'll vote in tonight's no-confidence motion but says there must be a 'reset' in Brexit negotiations.
Brandon Lewis: 'PM is right person to take us forward'
Chairman of the Conservative Party Brandon Lewis MP says Prime Minister Theresa May is the right person to “take us forward”. He urged fellow MPs to give Ms May their "full support" as she faces a vote of no confidence.
Meghan Markle is UK's most googled person for 2018
The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle has topped the list as the UK's most frequently searched-for individual in Google UK's search engine for 2018 .
Theresa May: 'I'lll contest vote with everything I've got'
Prime Minister Theresa May says she will contest the vote of no confidence with "everything" she has. She added a change in leadership would "create uncertainty" and "put the country's future at risk". Ms May faces a leadership contest after the 1922 Committee received the necessary 48 letters to trigger a vote of no confidence.
Sajid Javid on Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership
Home Secretary Sajid Javid is asked whether it was "time for a new leader" of the Conservative Party, as Prime Minister Theresa May faces a vote of no confidence.
'Shared determination' with EU to deal with backstop issue
Prime Minister Theresa May held talks with her Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte before meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin and then headed to Brussels after her decision to cancel a vote in the House of Commons on her Brexit deal left Westminster in turmoil.
Awkward! Theresa May locked in the car at Merkel meeting
Prime Minister Theresa May had an awkward start to her meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, when she we was locked inside her own car.
Jacob Rees-Mogg: UK 'dancing to EU's tune from day one'
Conservative MP and arch-Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg has said Brexit negotiations had been handled the wrong way as Theresa May today meets EU leaders after her decision to delay a vote in the House of Commons on her Brexit deal.
102-year-old woman breaks skydiving record
Irene O’Shea. aged 102, is the world record holder for the oldest female skydiver.
Paul Gascoigne pleads not guilty to sexual assault charge
Football legend Paul Gascoigne has denied sexually assaulting a woman on a train from York to Durham. Appearing at Peterlee Magistrates' Court, Mr Gascoigne pleaded not guilty to one count of sexual assault by touching.
Prince William and Kate spend time with sick children
Prince William and Kate visited Evelina London Children's Hospital to mark the institution's 150th anniversary.
'Bye bye EU': Pro-Brexit protesters sing outside parliament
Pro-Brexit protesters sing outside parliament demanding Britain to "walk away" from the EU.
Police Taser man outside Parliament
Armed police have Tasered and arrested a man in Westminster, after he allegedly broke into the grounds of Parliament earlier today.
Man City boss says 'racism is everywhere'
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says "racism is everywhere" following the alleged racial abuse of his forward Raheem Sterling in a game at Chelsea.
Dalton Harris gives verdict on all FOUR X Factor judges
X Factor 2018 winner Dalton Harris describes all four of this year's judges: Louis Tomlinson, Simon Cowell, Robbie Williams and Ayda Field.
People's Vote campaign group hold a press conference
The People's Vote campaign holds a press conference with senior Westminster politicians including Labour MP Margaret Beckett, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable, SNP leader in Westminster Ian Blackford and Conservative MP Anna Soubry
Meghan presents award for British Designer of the Year
The Duchess of Sussex unexpectedly presented Clare Waight Keller with the award for British Designer of the Year at The Fashion Awards in London.
Michael Gove: PM will guarantee we get a good deal
Environment Secretary Michael Gove has said the prime minister will guarantee Britain gets a good Brexit deal as Theresa May heads for emergency Brexit talks with European leaders after leaving Westminster in turmoil.
Labour MP grabs ceremonial mace in Brexit protest
A Labour MP raised eyebrows in the Commons when he picked up the ceremonial mace after the postponement of the vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal. Speaker John Bercow asked Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle to leave the House after he picked up the ornamental staff, which represents the royal authority of Parliament.
DUP MP: Any assurances PM gets from EU will be 'meaningless'
DUP MP Sammy Wilson says he doesn't believe there is anything Theresa May can bring back from the EU that his party could vote for.
David Cameron: I don't regret calling a referendum
Former Prime Minister David Cameron has insisted he does not regret calling the referendum despite the UK descending into Brexit chaos.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid leaves home
Home Secretary Sajid Javid leaves home as Theresa May heads for emergency Brexit talks with European leaders after leaving Westminster in turmoil.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt departs Carlton House
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt departs Carlton House as Theresa May heads for emergency Brexit talks with European leaders after leaving Westminster in turmoil.
Rudd tells reporter not to be 'pessimistic' about PM's deal
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has said she fully supports the prime minister after her decision to call off a crunch Commons vote on the Brexit deal. She told reporters not to be a "pessimist" about Theresa May going back to the EU to negotiate a deal
Rochelle Humes 'had a ball' presenting This Morning
Rochelle Humes says she “had a ball” replacing Holly Willoughby on This Morning on The Fashion Awards 2018 red carpet.
Penelope Cruz calls fur unnecessary at The Fashion Awards
Penelope Cruz speaks of her delight that fashion houses like Chanel are refusing to use fur. The actress attended The Fashion Awards 2018 in London.
Doutzen Kroes talks Christmas at The Fashion Awards 2018
Supermodel Doutzen Kroes says she tries to not spoil her kids at Christmas on the red carpet at The Fashion Awards 2018.
Little Mix's Leigh-Anne and Jade dazzle at Fashion Awards
Little Mix stars Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall walk The Fashion Awards 2018 red carpet in Christopher Kane without their band-mates.
Rosamund Pike talks Golden Globes at The Fashion Awards 2018
Rosamund Pike calls her Golden Globe nomination for her performance in A Private War "amazing" at The Fashion Awards 2018.
Margot Robbie wants to work with Saoirse Ronan again
Margot Robbie has said she would love to work with Saoirse Ronan again after acting together in the new film 'Mary Queen of Scots.'
Gemma Chan's not in a hurry to wear a corset again
Gemma Chan who plays Bess of Hardwick in the new movie 'Mary Queen of Scots' says she not in a hurry to wear a corset again.
John Barnes says black footballers still experience racism
Former England footballer John Barnes says he is not surprised by black players like Raheem Sterling still experiencing racist taunts and abuse during football games from spectators.
Martin Compston: Mary Queen of Scots 'rights the wrongs'
Martin Compston who plays the Earl of Bothwell in 'Mary Queen of Scots' has said that Mary normally has a bad rap and the movie "rights the wrongs".
David Tennant never met Margot Robbie on film set
David Tennant talks about how he was very involved with the Scottish cast on 'Mary Queen of Scots', which meant he never got to meet Margot Robbie.
Saoirse Ronan waited 6 years to play Mary, Queen of Scots
Saoirse Ronan revealed that she signed up to Mary Queen of Scots when she was just 18 and has been waiting 6 years to play this role.
Fox: Any agreement needs to include elements of a backstop
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox says that there needs to be something that protects Irish interests between the North and South in some form of backstop to get agreement with the EU on any agreed deal.
Jack Lowden thinks 'Mary Queen of Scots' deserves an Oscar
Jack Lowden, who plays Henry Darnley in 'Mary Queen of Scots', reveals that he would give the movie an Oscar.
Five children dead in Ohio house fire
Five children have died after a house fire broke out Sunday night in Youngstown, Ohio.
Michelle Hadaway: I'll never forgive Russell Bishop
Michelle Hadaway says she will never forgive Russell Bishop, who was found gulity for murdering her daughter Karen and her friend's daughter Nicola Fellows in 1986 near Brighton.
Corbyn: Brexit shambles lies at the foot of May's government
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn says the Theresa May government's negotiating efforts have led to two years of disarray, three Brexit secretaries and business uncertainty.
Corbyn: Theresa May has lost control, government is in chaos
Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn says the government is in disarray and calls for Theresa May to make way for someone who can and will renegotiate a Brexit deal.
Nobel Peace Prize winner demands action against sex abuse
Nadia Murad and Dr Denis Mukwege were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize during a ceremony in Oslo on Monday.
Dalton Harris: I didn't pick any of my X Factor live songs
X Factor 2018 winner Dalton Harris has revealed that, beyond his audition, he didn't pick any of the songs he performed at the live shows.
Theresa May: All sides must be honest and make compromises
Prime Minister Theresa May has said those who want a second referendum, a customs union, or a clean break must be honest with themselves and make compromises.
Theresa May: No backstop is not an option for any deal
Prime Minister Theresa May says the backstop is a necessary guarantee to the people of Northern Ireland and there is no deal available that doesn't include a backstop.
Theresa May confirms Brexit vote will be postponed
Prime Minister Theresa May confirms to MPs in the House of Commons that she is postponing the parliamentary Brexit deal vote.
Ella Eyre says she's obsessed with Cardi B!
Ella Eyre told us that she's been working on a few collaborations with her mate Sigala and that she's obsessed with everything Cardi B.
NZ PM: 'Overwhelming sense of hurt' over backpacker's death
New Zealand’s prime minister Jacinda Ardern has made an emotional apology to the family of British backpacker Grace Millane.
Chancellor Philip Hammond arrives at Downing Street
Chancellor Philip Hammond arrives at Number 10 Downing Street under intense scrutiny ahead of Prime Minister Theresa May's expected Brexit vote in Parliament.
Jeremy Hunt: Theresa May's deal delivers will of the people
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt says that Theresa May's Brexit deal delivers on the will of the British people, and those who want to vote it down aren't offering any alternatives of their own.
Michael Gove confirms Brexit vote will go ahead
Environment Secretary Michael Gove confirms the parliamentary vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal will go ahead and he supports the deal as the best option for Britain.
Zara Larsson tells us the real meaning behind 'Ruin My Life'
Swedish singer Zara Larsson tells us she's lost her ballet skills and the real meaning behind her latest single, 'Ruin My Life'.
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