Which big moments in British politics defined the year?
Could Britain’s de facto deputy prime minister become the third cabinet minister to leave in little over a month?
If the last two weeks are anything to go by, government cabinet resignations are becoming a weekly occurrence.
The resignations of Michael Fallon and Priti Patel have dominated the news-cycle for the past week and a half. Here are the most significant cabinet resignations since 2010.
It is important not to overlook the rise of Sarah Newton and Victoria Atkins.
Theresa May should go for a bold reshuffle with a new generation of Conservative MPs promoted into government by the end of the year, according to senior figures in the party.
On Wednesday, Priti Patel resigned from the cabinet - the second cabinet secretary to step down in a week. Have a look at the seven favourite Conservative MPs to replace Patel here, according to Ladbrokes’ betting odds.
A new Ipsos MORI poll suggests that support for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party has shrunk by four whole percentage points.
With Michael Fallon out and Gavin Williamson in, take a look at the seven longest-serving secretaries of state for defence.
The old generation of Conservative MPs is slowly being whittled away. Michael Fallon’s departure from the cabinet and Gavin Williamson’s promotion shows that time is running out for the old guard. Here are seven Conservative MPs that were first elected in 2010 alongside Britain’s new defence secretary.