It's been a struggle that lasted three years – how did Theresa May's leadership play out?
Confidence vote in Theresa May
An MP says police stop and searches fell by two thirds in four years, but stabbings increase by a third.
A Labour MP says cuts to bus services has left some constituents unable to get to shops and schools, as she calls for them to be brought back under public control.
By Jayne McCormack
BBC News NI Political Reporter
Theresa May has promised she will start talks with other party leaders over Brexit plans.
It's been a busy week in British politics, from Parliamentary squabbles to meetings with European leaders, and a confidence vote.
By Nick Eardley
BBC political correspondent
House of Commons
Conservative MP Philip Davies says he voted against Theresa May at last night's confidence vote, but accepts she won it "fair and square" and he will support her.
He asks Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom to assure MPs that a full debate on the Brexit deal will restart when the deal comes back to Parliament.
He adds that given the number of MPs that wanted to speak during the debate, "more than five days" should be allocated to a discussion of the deal.
Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom says the decision about the length of the debate "will depend on what the prime minister comes back with".
House of Commons
Labour MP Jess Phillips raises the cases of Tory MPs Andrew Griffiths and Charlie Elphicke, who had the party whip returned to them ahead of the confidence vote in Theresa May.
Charlie Elphicke was suspended last November after allegations of sex offences against him emerged - which he denies.
Andrew Griffiths resigned as small business minister in July after lewd messages sent to two women were published in a newspaper.
"What message does this send that any process [in Parliament] can be trusted?", she asks.
"What matters more - political power or protecting victims of sexual harassment and abuse?"
Andrea Leadsom says she is "absolutely committed" to changing the culture of Parliament.
A process has been undertaken and a decision made by the chief whip, she says, adding: "this is not something I'm privy to".
Is the British Prime Minister stronger after staving off leadership challenge?
Wednesday was a busy day for the prime minister but what actually happened?
Chief Political Correspondent Vicki Young looks at the Prime Minister's future.
By Mark Devenport
BBC News NI Political Editor