Theresa May – The new PM will be looking to appoint a unity cabinet with a good mix of ministers who supported leave and remain.
Theresa May will become prime minister on Wednesday afternoon, but where does she stand on key issues? These are her beliefs, her successes and failures, and how her views have evolved:
Theresa May has declared herself “honoured and humbled” to be chosen as the new Conservative leader and promised to make a success of Brexit once she becomes prime minster.
David Cameron has announced he will stand down as U.K. prime minister on Wednesday this week. He will be succeeded as prime minister by Theresa May.
Everton are currently stepping up their pre-season training on tour on Austria.
All hail Éderzito António Macedo Lopes, the improbable king of Europe.
The former Wolverhampton Wanderers striker and ex-Chelsea midfielder both feature in our Week 18 line-up along with the likes of Jelle van Damme and Ilsinho.
Sunderland were on the verge of signing Inter Milan defender Davide Santon this summer.
Lewis Cook has left Leeds United to sign for Bournemouth.
Portugal were surprise winners in a different if underwhelming tournament.
Gifted with a five-octave vocal range, Chicago-born Minnie Riperton was plucked from an a cappella choir to sing with girl-group the Gems, who found little success under their own name but scored work as session backing-vocalists for the Dells, Etta James and Fontella Bass.
The Polish winger is currently shining at Euro 2016.
Protected by the Centre Court roof and fortified by his tenacity, nothing was going to stop Novak Djokovic from securing his 30th consecutive grand slam victory, a record in the open era. The rain could not touch Djokovic and nor could Adrian Mannarino, who produced some delightful touches without ever coming close to bloodying the world No1’s nose.