After a tumultuous day in which her Commons leader resigned from the cabinet amid feverish speculation about her own future, Theresa May remains prime minister - for now.
As we bring the live page to a close, here is a summary of what happened today:
- Commons leader Andrea Leadsom quit the cabinet, saying she no longer believes the government's approach will deliver Brexit
- It followed a growing backlash against Theresa May's new Brexit plan from MPs within her own party
- As the pressure grew over the course of the day, several cabinet ministers told the BBC that the PM cannot stay, with one saying it is "the end of the line"
- But with speculation growing that Theresa May might resign, sources told the BBC that Chief Whip Julian Smith informed backbench Tory MPs that the PM was not standing down
- Mrs May looks set to spend tomorrow campaigning for the European Parliament elections before meeting Sir Graham Brady - the chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee - on Friday.
You can read the full story of the PM's turbulent day here.
You can read analysis of her attempts to hang on to power here.