Theresa May could bypass MPs and order strikes in Syria without a vote. Here is what her predecessors have done.
"We had got Andy Coulson on board – I think he was Murdoch’s man, that was part of the deal I assume – as the press officer. I am not being totally indiscreet."
George Freeman is on a mission to woo young voters from Labour. First he just needs to take control of his party.
An election is coming. Again.
“Emulation is almost always the worst strategy.”
Seven thousand politicians in 20 countries, including Britain, will today be asked to make their records public.
A comprehensive free trade deal is the way ahead, says Sir Ivan Rogers. But it will take years, and won't be easy.
His departure is part of the government's "wilful destruction of EU expertise", according to a former top civil servant.
Everything was on fire.
"Can everyone who will be in political oblivion in 2017 please raise their hands?"
The former Democratic presidential candidate took time out from campaigning for Hillary Clinton to endorse his brother Larry Sanders, in a video released to BuzzFeed News.
The 47-member state organisation said "considerable intolerant political discourse" contributed to an increase in xenophobic sentiments in the UK.
The former prime minister is stepping down as MP for Witney, triggering a by-election in the Oxfordshire seat.
The appointment of Sir Peter Ricketts, who led the 2010 strategic defence review, by Lockheed Martin has reignited concerns over the "revolving door" between government and big business.
Public money was spent buying pro-EU advertising on the likes of Facebook, YouTube, and Google.
Unemployment rates for Muslims are more than double that of the general population – and women are hit hardest. A group of MPs has examined why.
It's not going to be nice.
World leaders pledged billions of dollars in February – but they're failing to stump up the cash, children's charity Theirworld found.
Fewer homes were built each year under his premiership than under any PM since Stanley Baldwin, new figures show.
The new prime minister handed her long-time rival one of the great offices of state, while David Davis was appointed Brexit secretary.
"We will make Britain a country that works not for a privileged few, but for every one of us."
He was given a long standing ovation from Tory MPs, and a fair few Labour MPs too.
David Cameron has stepped down after six years in power, the former home secretary Theresa May has become Britain's second female prime minister.
As the prime minister hands over the reins to Theresa May after six years in power, we look back on Cameron's career highlights.
Basically, a bloke called Graham decided it.
Sure, he may have been prime minister for six years – but as with Theresa May, all anyone really cares about is David's daring shoes.
Make. It. Stop.
One last cuddle with Larry the cat.
Ladies and gentlemen, our new prime minister (almost).
A bit like a political mic drop.
We're about to have a new prime minister and possibly a general election, but apart from that it's been pretty quiet.
The surprise withdrawal of Tory leadership contender Andrea Leadsom means the UK's government will change much more quickly than previously expected.
Well, don't things look different now?
"It was a fucking shambles," one said.
Home Office minister James Brokenshire told the House of Commons it would be "unwise" to reassure EU migrants they could stay in the UK ahead of Brexit negotiations.
"I have no allegiances to UKIP," the energy minister said.
The politician says the Brexit victory is the end of the road for his political career.
That's three out of three fiscal rules broken, and comes two days after David Cameron said the rule would stay.
Pour la faire courte: c'est la merde.
The prime minister called on the Labour leader to quit in the national interest.
The work and pensions secretary told BuzzFeed News he regrets the "hurt" caused by his vote against gay marriage, and distanced himself from a Christian charity that has promoted "gay cure" therapies.
Exclusive: Leaders of the remaining EU states will call for the UK's withdrawal to happen in an orderly fashion and quickly, according to a draft statement seen by BuzzFeed News.
The prime minister joined London mayor Sadiq Khan, police, embassies, and leading community voices in calling for action following reports of hate crimes after the EU referendum result.
Don't all rush at once.
But fans of the Syrian regime couldn't be happier.
The prime minister, the first Conservative leader to win a House of Commons majority for 23 years, is standing down after the UK voted in favour of Brexit.
He will step down by October after narrowly losing the EU referendum.
Winners include Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson, and older voters. Losers include the prime minister, Jeremy Corbyn, and pollsters.
It's been quite a ride.
The PM made an unexpected statement in Downing Street less than 48 hours before the EU referendum.