Brexit, the National Health Service, and climate change are all on the ballot on Thursday.
"In recent weeks, I’ve been torn between family loyalty and the national interest — it’s an unresolvable tension," Jo Johnson said.
In the wake of May's not-so-shock resignation, I went to Westminster to see how people felt about her departure from Number 10.
She claimed to have a zeal for dealing with helping the Left-Behinds, but left them behind as she failed to get to grips with a historical period of crisis.
Her speech unsurprisingly glossed over her incompetence, her outright failures and her more heartless policies.
After two years and three failed attempts at Brexit deal, it's over.
Brexit has been extended until the 31st of October, helping the Halloween-horror headlines write themselves.
Who or what should shoulder the blame for our national clusterfuck?
May’s inability to control her own party has led to renewed calls for her to resign.
What the Labour leader does next could decide the game.