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The British nuclear submarine HMS Vigilant in a naval base on the  Clyde. Photograph: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images

When a prime minister crosses the threshold of 10 Downing Street for the first time, many formal procedures need to be run through. None is more secre(...)

Larry, the 10  Downing Street cat,  has been stalking the corridors of power since 2011, when he was brought into the prime minister’s office to handle pest control affairs. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

David Cameron has declared his love for Larry the Downing Street cat, insisting he is sad to leave him behind. The outgoing Tory leader used his last(...)

Queen Elizabeth II welcomes Theresa May at the start of an audience in Buckingham Palace, London, where she invited the former Home Secretary to become Prime Minister and form a new government. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Theresa May has been appointed the UK’s second female Prime Minister in a private audience with the Queen at which she was invited to form a Governmen(...)

Philip Hammond is the person most likely to replace George Osborne as finance minister, according to Ladbrokes

Foreign minister Philip Hammond, the leading candidate to be Britain’s next finance minister, said on Tuesday he would fight for British financial ser(...)

Theresa May  will  enter Number 10 Downing Street as prime minister before the end of the day. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA

Theresa May will take over the job of British prime minister from David Cameron on Wednesday after a series of political shocks caused by Britain’s vo(...)

Passersby walk past in front of electronic boards showing Japan’s Nikkei share average and he  yen’s exchange rate against the dollar, sterling and the euro

Stock markets traded within sight of their highest levels this year, though there are signs that the strong rally of recent days may be running out of(...)

Britain’s central bank governor Mark Carney:  “If we view something as the biggest risk to financial stability we have an obligation to parliament and to the people of the UK to make that clear,” he told the UK treasury committee. Photograph:  PA Wire

A week is a long time – in banking. Last week Britain’s central bank governor Mark Carney was hailed for stepping into the leadership vacuum left by s(...)

British prime minister David Cameron: Left his country bitterly divided after a referendum he did not have to call, facing a difficult and potentially expensive divorce from its EU partners. Photograph: Pascal Rossignol/Reuters

David Cameron spent much of yesterday afternoon touring 10 Downing Street, shaking hands with staff and thanking them for their service over the past (...)

Paul Klebnikov: This week the US Department of State (Paul was a New Yorker of Russian lineage) called for an end to “the culture of impunity” seemingly afforded those responsible for his death. File photograph: Misha Japaridze/AP

I was horrified by those pictures of cheering Tories as Theresa May became British prime minister on Monday. Not horrified because in among them was s(...)

Britain’s incoming prime minister Theresa May:   She has offered no hints about the make-up of her new cabinet, or how she intends to balance the ambitions of pro- and anti-Brexit ministers. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

Theresa May has led tributes to David Cameron at his last cabinet meeting before she moves into 10 Downing Street on Wednesday. Ms May spoke of the(...)

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