The aftermath of the referendum has exposed weaknesses in our parliamentary system, our constitution and our democracy
Theresa May, Michael Gove, Stephen Crabb, Andrea Leadsom and Liam Fox are running for leader
If you sent Captain Baldrick on a four day crystal meth binge and asked him to come up with a plan for the country’s future, this, real life, is a more excitable version than what he would have come up with
Dramatic day in UK politics sees frontrunner Ms May position herself as candidate of unity
Michael Gove earlier shocked the Tories by announcing his own leadership campaign
'I have come, reluctantly, to the conclusion that Boris cannot provide the leadership or build the team for the task ahead'
'I respect and admire all the candidates running for the leadership'
An accidental glimpse into a politician's wife's outbox only reveals the shocking but predictable machinations of a politician's wife
Vine also revealed her husband's first words after learning of the Brexit vote
One possible candidate has listed a ‘pub price watch’ as one of his priority campaigns. Students: take from that what you will
Ms May is favoured by Tory, Labour and Lib Dem voters, while Mr Johnson is favoured by Ukip supporters
The prime minister is still most likely to be Boris Johnson, despite the attractions to journalists of stories about an Anybody But Boris campaign
'I am seriously considering joining the Tory party, just so I can stop Gove or Boris becoming PM in October'
'People in this country have had enough of experts,' said Michael Gove earlier this month and the referendum result suggests he was right
An ostentatiously heartbroken Gove’s quivery-voiced paean of love to the “great Prime Minister” he helped destroy is enough to cause genuine nausea
There were Johnson and Michael Gove, looking abashed by what they had done – they had brought down their friend the Prime Minister, after all – holding a press conference at which the press were not allowed to ask questions