Where do the resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis leave the Prime Minister? And more importantly, where does it leave the Brexit negotiations?
Today's key developments:
• Two more Tory members resigned from junior roles: Maria Caulfield and Ben Bradley quit their respective roles as Vice Chair for Women and Vice Chair for Youth at Conservative Campaign Headquarters, both blaming the government's Brexit plans.
• Theresa May chaired her new-look cabinet at Downing Street and claimed it had been a "productive" meeting.
• Ahead of his UK visit, Donald Trump called Boris Johnson a "friend" and said it's "up to the people" whether Theresa May is replaced as Prime Minister.
• Jeremy Hunt succeeded Boris Johnson as foreign secretary, while Matt Hancock succeeded Hunt as health secretary.
• Dominic Raab, one of the few staunch Leave supporters left in the cabinet, replaced David Davis as Brexit secretary.