Theresa May is facing the most serious crisis of her premiership after her foreign secretary and minister in charge of Brexit resigned within hours of each other. David Davis, the Brexit secretary, and his colleague Boris Johnson dramatically quit over what they see as a watering down of the UK's position on leaving the European Union. So what does this mean for the British Prime Minister, and what will happen to Brexit? read whole article

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