We're pausing our live coverage shortly, after a rather eventful day.
Here's a round-up of what happened:
- Boris Johnson announced his resignation, but said wants to stay on as PM until the Conservative Party elects a new leader
- A timetable for succession is set to be announced by the 1922 Committee of backbench MPs next week
- But some in the party, such as Lord Michael Heseltine and former PM Sir John Major, have called for him to go now
- No 10 has announced the new ministers appointed to fill the gaps left after the mass resignations this week
- A leadership contest is already under way, with transport secretary Grant Shapps and former health secretary Sajid Javid considering running in the Conservative leadership contest, while Attorney General Suella Braverman and Tonbridge and Malling MP Tom Tugendhat are putting their names forward
- Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has warned that if Johnson does not step down immediately, his party would table a vote of no confidence in the government in Parliament
- In a meeting with his new cabinet members, Johnson said "major fiscal decisions" would be left for the next prime minister and the government "would not seek to implement new policies"
- Downing Street has not denied reports that the prime minister and his wife Carrie Johnson are planning to hold a wedding party at Chequers later this month
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