Here are the latest updates:
- Jeremy Corbyn loses vote of no confidence 172 to 40
- Europe laughs at Farage over claims 'you need us more than we need you'
- New shadow education secretary Pat Glass announces she is stepping down at next general election
- Juncker bans EU officials from holding secret Brexit talks with UK
- Osborne confirms spending cuts and tax rises lie ahead
- Chancellor says Remain supporter could be next PM
- Jeremy Hunt raises the prospect of a second EU referendum
- Cameron faces embarrassing shut-out as he heads for final Brussels summit
- Boris could be PM in weeks as leadership contest is brought forward
- But May emerges as Tory favourite, as Osborne rules himself out of running
Jeremy Hunt said he is "seriously considering" a bid for the Conservative leadership as he called for a second referendum on Britain's terms for leaving the European Union.
The Health Secretary, who campaigned for a Remain vote, told Good Morning Britain: "I am seriously considering it. Nominations close on Thursday lunchtime."
He is in favour of a Norway-style model of access to the single market - but with the addition of "sensible restrictions" to freedom of movement.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph, he said the public did not vote on the conditions of the country's departure and called for a deal to be negotiated, then put before the electorate.
David Cameron is to face leaders of other EU states for the first time since the referendum vote for Brexit, as he travels to Brussels for what is likely to be his last European Council summit as Prime Minister.
Government sources said that the PM would use the potentially awkward meeting to urge the other 27 leaders and EU institutions to take a "constructive" approach to negotiations over a new relationship with the UK.
Jeremy Corbyn is facing the prospect of most of his MPs voting to oust him as Labour's bitter civil war threatens to tear the party apart.
Furious Labour MPs told the leader to his face that he must quit for the good of the party at a heated meeting in parliament on Monday night.
But a defiant Mr Corbyn is refusing to bow to "a corridor coup" despite losing around 40 members of his front bench team in just two days.
MPs will vote on the no-confidence motion in a secret ballot that, while not binding, will heap further pressure on the Islington North MP.
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David Cameron will today go to Brussels to face other EU leaders in what will be an awkward and potentially embarrassing final summit for the Prime Minister.
David Cameron is heading to Brussels for one of the most awkward meetings of his careerThe IndependentDavid Cameron will travel to Brussels today for what will in all likelihood be deeply uncomfortable talks with EU leaders, in his final scheduled meeting with the full European Council before he stands down as Prime Minister.
Theresa May has emerged as the favourite among Conservative voters to replace David Cameron as leader, with George Osborne ruling himself out.
But Boris Johnson remains favourite among pundits to be the next PM - and he could be in place in just nine weeks' time.
Boris Johnson could be the Prime Minister in nine weeksThe IndependentBoris Johnson could become Prime Minister in just nine weeks’ time after Conservative MPs called for David Cameron to be gone and a new leader in place by September. As MPs returned to Westminster for the first time since the historic Brexit vote, the party’s influential 1922 committee said a new Conservative leader should be in place by 2nd September, with nominations set to open on Wednesday.
Chief Whip Rosie Winterton is said to be on the way to Mr Corbyn's office to discuss the vote.
Correction: Mr Corbyn lost the vote 172 to 40, not 176 to 40 as previously reported.
Corbyn: "I will not betray them by resigning."
Corbyn defiant: "I was democratically elected leader of our party for a new kind of politics by 60% of Labour members and supporters...
Corbyn: "Our people need Labour party members, trade unionists and MPs to unite behind my leadership at a critical time for our country."
Jeremy Corbyn's statement on the vote:
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