Theresa May to hand out more jobs in first cabinet

Leading Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson said he was "humbled" having been named new foreign secretary, in one of Mrs May's first cabinet appointments.

Philip Hammond became chancellor, Amber Rudd is home secretary, and Eurosceptic David Davis is new Brexit secretary.

Mrs May later told European leaders she was committed to the UK leaving the EU.

Boris Johnson made foreign secretary by Theresa May

He replaces Philip Hammond, who becomes chancellor. Ex-Energy Secretary Amber Rudd is home secretary and Eurosceptic David Davis is the Brexit secretary.

Ex-chancellor George Osborne was fired, the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg said.

On arriving at Downing Street, Mrs May vowed to lead a government that works for all, not just the "privileged few".

The UK's second female prime minister promised to give people who were "just managing" and "working around the clock" more control over their lives.

David Cameron prepares to hand over to Theresa May

Mr Cameron will face his last Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons, before heading to Buckingham Palace to tender his resignation to the Queen.

He told the Daily Telegraph: "As I leave today, I hope that people will see a stronger country. It has been a privilege to serve the country I love."

After taking office, Mrs May will set about naming her own frontbench team.

UK minister rejects EU migration pact, vows tighter borders

Home Secretary Theresa May, the U.K.'s interior minister, told an audience at the Conservative Party conference that Britain should tighten control of its borders, admitting vulnerable refugees but keeping out those who simply want a better life.

She said other European countries should also toughen up their border controls, arguing that in the last few years more people had applied for asylum in the EU from Balkan countries — which have not seen war for years — than from war-torn Syria.

Harry Styles is open to starting an acting career

The One Direction band member is thinking about starting a career in acting, a source tells E! News exclusively. "Harry is being offered acting stuff, but he hasn't accepted anything yet," the source says.

"He is not openly looking for stuff either but is open to offers."

But the British heartthrob isn't going to accept just anything that comes his way just because it's offered. Harry is looking to appear on the silver screen only if it's a part that feels right. "If he does expand into that field," the source adds, "he wants to make sure it is the right role."

Britain, France boost security to stop migrants from tunnel

This is a new joint police command to target human traffickers and 10 million euros ($11.2 million) in new British government money to help asylum seekers and send others back home.

The measures are aimed at overcoming diplomatic and economic tensions around the French port of Calais, a flashpoint in a European summer marked by unusually large waves of migrants.

VIDEO: UK Defence Min visits military training base

Michael Fallon observed British instructors training Ukrainian military specialists and pledged the UK's continued support for Ukraine.

About 300 instructors, including trainers in the fields of military operation, intelligence, logistics and medical aid, shared experiences with Ukrainian army officers and troops.

The training is expected to continue until March 2016.