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The development comes just a day ahead of the Queen’s Speech.
If elected, the 74-year-old would be the party’s oldest ever leader.
A polling firm found that turnout among young people was up on the 2015 election, matching the EU referendum.
The PM was quizzed about ongoing pressure over her leadership following a poor election and criticism of her response to the Grenfell Tower disaster.
The former business minister has announced she will fight for the deputy leadership instead.
Ms Sturgeon said independence was a factor after her party lost 21 seats in the General Election, and vowed to “reflect on the result”.
Jeremy Corbyn confirmed Ms Abbott had been reappointed after she was briefly replaced after falling ill during the final days of the election campaign.
Commons leader Andrea Leadsom said Mrs May had the backing of her party.
The Liberal Democrat leader announced he was stepping down on Wednesday.
‘It takes two to tango and we’re ready to dance,’ says DUP leader Arlene Foster.
His shock announcement came just hours after the party’s openly gay home affairs spokesman Lord Paddick said he was standing down.
Theresa May will meet with Sinn Fein, the Ulster Unionists, the SDLP and Alliance Party in separate engagements at Downing Street on Thursday.
Former soldier and Westminster terror attack hero Tobias Ellwood has been given a new role at the Ministry of Defence.
The MP was replaced as shadow home secretary due to ill health after struggling in broadcast interviews during the campaign.
The PM’s comments came after Sir John Major warned an alliance with the DUP risked undermining the impartiality of the UK Government.
Robert Halfon, who was axed from his frontbench role on Tuesday, said the Conservative Party had failed to offer a positive vision to voters.
Labour leader says Prime Minister’s premiership has no mandate and no legitimacy.
The European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator said the EU is waiting “impatiently” waiting for the UK to set out its position.
The Irish republican party visited London to hold meetings with ministers and to set up their parliamentary office.
Labour leader arrived in the chamber as MPs met to choose the Speaker for the new Parliament.
The new group leader will be announced on Wednesday evening.
The former Labour deputy leader pointed out ‘rank uncertainty’ among the Conservatives.