Britain's foreign minister Dominic Raab put pressure on Brussels to change terms of UK's withdrawal agreement to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
Away from Conservative Party hustings, the leadership hopefuls shared details about what they get up to outside of politics. Something which has interested the public is their historic drug use.
No longer party leader as of 7 June 2019, May will officially step down as prime minister during the week of 22 July. With the leadership candidates all demonstrating vastly different opinions regarding Brexit, there is still a great deal of uncertainty about how the next few months will play out.
Boris Johnson is favourite to win the race to become the new leader of the Conservative Party, though main rival Jeremy Hunt is battling dynamically
With May's looming departure, a leadership void might not only appear in the Conservative Party but also in the prime minister's office as well. But who do the oddsmakers think to have the best chance to take the helm of Britain's oldest political party and perhaps the UK as a whole?
Who could take over from Theresa May? Bookmaker William Hill has the odds on who could be the next party leader.
It will all be Brussels' fault, negotiator tells parliament
Dominic Raab is holding talks with EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier amid rumours a Brexit agreement is close
Britain's Labour keeps second Brexit referendum on table
"I would like to say to Dominic, could you please start telling the truth"
The UK and EU Brexit negotiators say they are determined to reach an agreement by October for an orderly exit of Britain from the European Union
Michel Barnier the EU's Chief Brexit negotiator says he'll offer the UK a unique deal - as French President Emmanuel Macron prepares to throw Britain a lifeline.
The UK Government publishes it's "no-deal" contigency plans today, looking at 70 areas of public life - despite warnings from the IMF that EU growth will decline if "no-deal" is reached.
"I think there will be a deal simply because the consequences of no deal are too big"
UK Brexit Secretary says worries of "no-deal" are "hair-raising scare stories". Dominic Raab met with EU Negotiator Michel Barnier, where he played down the risk of a no-deal Brexit.
"Let's face it, no one thinks this is going well!"
Co-founder of Our Future, Our Choice!, Femi Oluwole, explains why he's campaigning for a second vote on the Brexit referendum.