We looked inside some of the tweets by @BBCPolitics and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Theresa May's exit could be 'dangerous' for Ireland, says Leo Varadkar https://bbc.in/2HPtOeE
Jeremy Hunt confirms Conservative leadership bid
Latest updates: http://bbc.in/2HQASb6
Environment Secretary Michael Gove refuses to confirm if he will run for Conservative leadership, saying today is "the prime minister's day"
Latest updates: https://bbc.in/2VXOJWO
Next Tory leader?
Brexiteer Mark Francois: “If Steve (Baker) runs I will be quite tempted to vote for Steve, like me he opposed the withdrawal agreement all the way through – Boris and Dom folded on MV3, Steve didn’t”
Voters are "utterly in despair about both political parties" says the Brexit Party’s Claire Fox
She tells Owen Jones: "You are effectively accusing people who want to do what we decided three years ago, to happen now, of being extremist"
Fourth time lucky for Ken Clarke in Tory leadership race?
“I don’t think the situation is tempting and there has to be at least one Conservative MP who does not run...It’s not going to be me”
"She's a very good lady, she's a well- intentioned lady - in many respects a very talented lady - I just think this particular problem overwhelmed her" @DavidDavisMP tells @BBCWorldatone as Theresa May confirms to resign as PM on June 7th. #bbcwato
Labour's Jeremy Corbyn says Theresa May is right to stand down as PM, saying she cannot command a majority in Parliament or the confidence of her own MPs
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“What I meant was: It’s all over”
Tory MP Mark Francois asked about reports of him making throat-slitting signs about Theresa May’s premiership during PMQs
“It’s disgraceful” says commentator Owen Jones
.@bbclaurak on Theresa May era and possibility of two elections in 2020
“A terrible failure of a prime minister who basically had one job to do, and did not do it and has left the party in a worse state than it was after the referendum”
The Brexit prime minister: The highs and lows of Theresa May's political career
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“They have just taken their hands off the knife” Ken Clarke on the social media tributes to Theresa May from those who may be after the top job
“You are reminded how brutal our system is – the pattern we always see” @bbclaurak
New prime minister to be in post by end of July, says Conservative party https://bbc.in/2HUQWsp
“She has, just for a moment, allowed her emotions to show” Ken Clarke on Theresa May standing down
“She has been cruelly treated, we have had three months of a botched assassination which has finally succeeded – a very sad end”