First Cameron, then most of the Labour cabinet, followed by Boris after being stabbed in the back by Gove, then Farage as his job is apparently now complete (although he will stay as an MEP to collect his £78,000 salary), next was Roy Hodgson, and now Chris Evans. Only Corbyn seems to be hanging on for dear life, as he said himself he wont resign as he is "the leader".
It looks like the will of the people is finally winning, and popular opinion suddenly matters. These men are falling on their swords (apart from Corbyn) for the greater good, and are - supposedly - not just thinking of themselves. Will all this give way to some stability for the country? Stocks have already risen again, higher then they were pre-Brexit. Theresa May is favorite to be Prime Minister, she should surely add some stability and set the country on a safe and sensible course of leaving Europe. So we can all relax now and watch Murray win Wimbledon.
Chris Evans has announced that he is quitting Top Gear. The BBC presenter says that he is stepping down from the show after just one series, announcing the news on Twitter. The presenter had signed a three-year deal with the BBC to carry the show forward following the sacking of Jeremy Clarkson. However, his first series in charge has seen ratings slide, with the final episode attracting fewer than two million viewers. RadioTimes.com understands that no new presenter will be brought in to replace Evans, and that while contracts aren't signed, we are expecting the rest of the presenting line-up including Matt LeBlanc and Sabine Schmitz to stay the same for the next series.