Archive: General Election 2010

David Cameron's statement from outside Downing Street in full

David Cameron statement in full

Read David Cameron's first statement as prime minister, in full, on


    Video: Gordon Brown quits

    Gordon Brown announces he has "no desire" to stay as Labour's leader, as he announces the formal opening of negotiations for a coalition government with the Lib Dems.

  • Gordon Brown outlines his plans to stand down by September outside Downing Street

    Gordon Brown's resignation statement

    Read Gordon Brown's resignation statement, in which he commits to quitting the Labour party leadership by the autumn, here.

  • Brown's position becomes more vulnerable the longer Tory-Lib Dem talks go on

    Brown's future in doubt

    Rumours about Labour's ability to weather the current the political storm abound, with many commentators already drawing up a list of potential leadership contenders.

  • David Cameron in his parliamentary office. He'll be meeting the parliamentary party later today.

    Cameron faces right-wing demands

    David Cameron is fighting off pressure from the right wing of his party as the Tories become more and more jittery about the terms of a deal with the Lib Dems.

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