May, who landed the top job by an "odd chance" to borrow the Economist's less than charitable phrase (even though she personally voted Remain) sadly is neither extraordinary nor is she transformative.
DUP leader, Arlene Foster, has gone toe-to-toe with Guardian columnist, Owen Jones, over her party's rejection of same-sex marriage in the North of Ireland. We've put forward a proposal which is based on a reciprocal arrangement.
"It will be a system that looks across the globe and attracts the people with the skills we need".
The meetings follow the continuing rejection by the British Prime Minister, Theresa May of any customs border along the Irish Sea, should the backstop to avoid a hard land border on the island of Ireland come into effect.
But she insisted the option of leaving the European Union without an overall deal must be kept on the table.
More broadly, rather than concentrating on the divisions within her own party, May's speech was more focussed on the nation and landed a number of blows on the Labour party, the front bench of which the Prime Minister derided as the "Jeremy Corbyn party".
She announced a fresh drive to improve early diagnosis of cancer, plans to boost the supply of council housing and the ninth successive annual freeze in fuel duty.
The former first minister said Mr Johnson, seen as a potential leadership candidate for the Conservative Party, was someone the DUP could work with in future.
Writing talk Mrs May puts the finishing touches to her keynote speech
It was one of the biggest speeches of her political career.
"I passionately believe that our best days lie ahead of us and that our future is full of promise", she will say, according to pre-released extracts of her speech.
The prime minister urged the conference to send a clear message that the Conservative Party will "never accept either of those choices".
As a party leader, Foster has sought to soften the DUP's stance on LGBT+ rights.
With no agreement with the bloc over the terms of divorce or a future trade relationship, the last day of the conference marked the beginning of what some officials predict will be a frenzied couple of weeks of diplomacy between London and Brussels as the two sides try to pin down a deal.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has said her party's red line against any Brexit deal that treats Northern Ireland differently from the rest of the United Kingdom is "blood red".
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that Britain is introducing a migration policy that ends free movement allowing only skilled workers from various parts of the world.
Taking a swipe at hardline eurosceptic Johnson, May said she was making decisions on Brexit in the "national interest" - a nod to her argument that her former foreign secretary's alternative Brexit proposals would tear the United Kingdom apart by placing Northern Ireland under European Union customs rules and thereby detaching it from the rest of Britain.
Buehler, Dodgers top Rockies 5-2; 6th straight NL West title
In the early game, the Brewers went in to Wrigley Field and shut down the Cubs 3-1 to win their first division title since 2011. After Manny Machado and Yasmani Grandal struck out, Bellinger connected on a 1-0 pitch from German Marquez (14-11).
Cristiano Ronaldo denies accusations of abusing a woman in 2009
The woman, Ms Kathryn Mayorga , 34, alleges that the rape took place in June 2009 after they met at the Palms hotel and casino. But while she was changing, Ronaldo, 33, entered the room, exposed himself and asked her to perform a sex act.
California's tough net neutrality bill prompts USA lawsuit
The suit was filed on Sunday with the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California. We'll fight you & win, just like we did when you sued us on protecting immigrants.