Theresa May fought back tears in a final Prime Minister’s Questions which saw her tell Jeremy Corbyn to consider whether his time as leader is also up.
The outgoing British Prime Minister’s voice cracked with emotion as she concluded her 64-minute finale by insisting her “greatest motivation” will be her duty to her Maidenhead constituents.
Mrs May, who was watched by her husband Philip, received a standing ovation from Tory MPs, the DUP and the Liberal Democrats.
Some Labour backbench MPs also applauded, but leader Mr Corbyn did not.
- Press Association