Known as a tough negotiator and against a 'pick and mix' approach to the single market, he will not start in his role until 1 October
When Labour voters were asked to choose between May and Corbyn as Prime Minister a large proportion – 29 per cent – opted for the Tory leader
Conservative MPs believe the temptation to call an early vote would be greater if Jeremy Corbyn is re-elected Labour leader because they are convinced Theresa May would defeat him
The Prime Minister insists that the priority is maintaining the 'closest possible relationship' after talks with Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny
Polling data on pair shows similar ratings on honesty, narrowmindedness and being 'out of touch'
'We found a clear failure among EU countries, including the UK, to shoulder their fair share of the burden'
The new PM's new policy chief has a history of backing radical right-wing free market ideas
May has promised to create 'a country that works not for the privileged few but for every one of us.' To achieve that, her challenge will be to change a business culture laid bare by the BHS report
Commons commitees' report hits out at 'litany of failure' over collapse of retail giant
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Prime Minister reportedly sees tougher regulation on universities as way of reducing net migration
The Prime Minister said in 2009 that 'we need a better Heathrow, not a bigger Heathrow'
Labour people might convince themselves that styling herself as the new Maggie will damage the incoming Prime Minsiter. They would be wrong
Just five per cent think the new Prime Minister is 'charismatic', compared to 36 per cent for Mr Cameron a week after he took office in 2010
The EU's 'four freedoms', on movement of goods, capital, services and people were agreed in 1993. Access to the single market is dependent on accepting all four
French President insists the now infamous Article 50 is invoked with immediate effect