By Christian Smith
Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, has paid a visit to his British counterpart Theresa May at Downing Street.
Before the meeting at No10, the two leaders made a visit to the scene of the Borough Market terror attack, where eight people were killed last month – of which two were Australian women (Kirsty Boden and Sara Zelenak).
Both Prime Ministers are expected to discuss how to battle terrorism and an economic agreement post Brexit.
Meanwhile, Ms May has signaled a change in her leadership style.
The Prime Minister who has faced several calls to stand down after losing her majority in an election she called but did not need, will announce plans to change the country with the help of a cross party approach to Brexit this week.
The announcement marking a year after she took office shows the Conservatives have run out of ideas, Labour has said.