General Election

Conservatives To Work With DUP To Form A Government

Theresa May went to the queen this afternoon and told her that she intends to form a government in coalition with the DUP (Democratic Unionist Party).

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After the humiliation of the result overnight in the general election, Theresa May looked depressed as she gave a speech outside 10 Downing Street, no crowds were cheering her on.

Talks are still on going with the Tories, and it is possible that talks could break down, meaning then Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will have to go before the queen to ask to form a coalition, but as Labour even with all the parties has not enough to form a government it will mean a new general election will take place probably in October.

Although The Tories are a unionist party we cannot see where the DUP will fit in, we shall have to wait and see what happens next, but clearly what Theresa May saying she wanted everything to be certain, obviously cannot provide this.

Theresa May has lost the credibility of not only most of the country but also from other politicians who are asking her to step down.


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