The former foreign secretary exploded back into the political fray with his resignation speech to the Commons (pictured left and bottom right) as the Prime Minister struggles to contain open warfare in the Tory party.Mr Johnson complained that a 'fog of self doubt' had descended on the government after Mrs May's Lancaster House speech last year, and she had allowed the process to be dictated by questions about the Irish border.
The PM was not in the chamber for Mr Johnson's statement, as she was running the gauntlet of a grilling by senior MPs on the Liaison Committee (top right).Divers have discovered the wreck of the Russian warship Dimitrii Donskoi (left and top right) around 1,400ft under the waves off the South Korean island of Ulleungdo (bottom right), 113 years after it sank.The Donskoi was scuttled in 1905 to stop it falling into Japanese hands following the Battle of Tsushima during the Russo-Japanese War.US President Donald Trump said at a meeting with his cabinet that Russia was not still targeting the United States - following a dire warning from his Intelligence chief that the Russian threat was flashing red. ' asked a pool reporter who was with him in the Oval Office. Trump did not elaborate on how he got the assurance - or whether it is among the many unknown topics that came up during his two-hour meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, with no staff other than interpreters present.Trump was asked about the the prospect of future election meddling during a brief press statement where he said no president had 'ever' been as tough on Russia as him. Putin can be seen smiling and nodding in the clip as he is introduced to Melania by President Trump in Helsinki, Finland on Monday.