The latest YouGov/Times poll suggests that the Labour and Conservative party leaders are tied when it comes to who voters think would make the best prime minister.
What don’t you know about the man who could be Britain’s next prime minister?
As talk turns, yet again, to who will succeed Theresa May as Prime Minister, let's spare a thought for those who came closer than any to number 10.
Here are seven key facts about the woman who could become Britain’s next prime minister.
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The foreign secretary’s recent remarks have got him into a spot of bother.
With Conservative Party Conference underway, the phenomenon of 'Moggmentum' doesn't seem to be fading away amongst the Party's grassroots.
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Michael Keane has been one of the most improved players at Everton since Marco Silva took charge.
The Celtic striker scored two goals on his first start for the young French side.
Rangers were reportedly looking to bring Harvey St Clair to Ibrox.
The Celtic man found it difficult to make a big impact after starting for his country.
Former Tottenham Hotspur starlet Nathan Oduwa had a fine loan spell at Scottish Premiership giants Rangers in 2015.
Glen Kamara has looked back to his best during the Euro 2020 qualifiers, despite some below-par Scottish Premiership displays for Rangers.
Kyle Walker-Peters missed Tottenham Hotspur's last game with injury.
Injuries, a change of manager and more Celtic options have left the Australian on the outside looking in.
Leicester City midfielder James Maddison was reportedly wanted by Tottenham Hotspur when he was 16 years of age and was at Coventry City.
Tottenham Hotspur have been said to be keen to sign Leicester City's Ben Chilwell.
Politicians pay is always a point of dispute - but it's reasonable to expect the Prime Minister to get a decent whack. But who gets more?
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The prime minister is in a precarious position. Would a reshuffle help or hinder her?