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United Kingdom opposition Labour Party says will seek to form minority government

United Kingdom opposition Labour Party says will seek to form minority government

The Prime Minister's former communications chief Katie Perrior, who left Downing Street when the election was called, hit out at the two aides' "rude, abusive, childish behaviour". Fallon said the DUP would agree to back the Conservatives on big economic and security issues. Namely it is vehemently opposed to same-sex marriage and it has fought hard to stop United Kingdom abortion rights coming to Northern Ireland - forcing thousands of women to travel elsewhere to receive treatment.


DUP agrees deal to support Conservative government

DUP agrees deal to support Conservative government

Amid reports senior Tories were sounding out potential replacements for Mrs May, prominent Conservative MP Heidi Allen said the Prime Minister had six months at most left in Downing Street. Former party leaders have warned any immediate leadership challenge would be too disruptive, but most commentators believe May can not survive in the long-term.



Theresa May appoints new UK Cabinet as critics circle

One of the biggest challenges for business leaders since the referendum has been the uncertainty over whether the United Kingdom would remain in the single market or fall out and face tighter immigration controls, said Michael Garstka, managing partner of Bain & Co.in the United Kingdom.


Britain's May seeks deal with Northern Irish party to cling to power

Britain's May seeks deal with Northern Irish party to cling to power

Senior party figures have cautioned against any immediate leadership challenge, saying it would only cause further disruption as Britain prepares to start Brexit negotiations as early as June 19. May's Downing St. office said Conservative Chief Whip Gavin Williamson was in Belfast Saturday for talks with the DUP "on how best they can provide support to the government".


Theresa's party suffers loss, but set to form govt

Theresa's party suffers loss, but set to form govt

Two of British Prime Minister Theresa May's chiefs of staff have resigned in the wake of a disastrous election result on Thursday. The prime minister maintained that the Brexit talks would begin as planned next week, but with her party's loss of 13 seats and its parliamentary majority, May will rely on the support of the DUP vote by vote.


ITV: Boris Johnson stresses loyalty to UK PM May in leaked text

ITV: Boris Johnson stresses loyalty to UK PM May in leaked text

The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. May's office says that the DUP had agreed to in outline to a " confidence and supply " arrangement. Davidson arrived at May's Downing Street residence Monday ahead of cabinet discussions. The Conservatives sought, as they have done this time, a 'who governs Britain?' mandate. It added that "the logic leading to Mrs". The resignations came as May worked to fill jobs in her minority government.