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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the country after Britain's election at Downing Street in London , Britain June 9, 2017. "It's just how long she's going to remain on death row", former Conservative finance minister George Osborne , who was sacked by May when she became prime minister a year ago, told the BBC .The Conservatives won 318 House of Commons seats in Thursday's election, eight short of an outright majority.
  • United Kingdom defense minister Fallon says government views on Brexit haven't changed

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    I mean, this is Theresa May's difficulty, that there is this solid core of lawmakers in her party who are very much hard Brexit-ers, and they've been fighting this battle for many years. She was forced to apologize Friday after she refused to acknowledge her party's battering in her initial post-election remarks. Though he defended himself on the issue of elderly care, saying it was "the subject of many months of work" among many people in the party.
  • May to finalise Cabinet, prepare for Brexit talks

    May to finalise Cabinet, prepare for Brexit talks

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    Now, she's lost the Conservative majority in Parliament after a disastrous campaign. British Prime Minister Theresa May is making appointments to her Cabinet as she tries to shore up authority undermined by a poor election result .
  • Britain's May agrees outline deal with DUP for support

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    May's near humiliation is further underlined by the fact that she has now been reduced to negotiating a minority government with the help of the 10 Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) members of parliament (MPs) in Northern Ireland , without whom she would find it hard to win a Queen's Speech, which is the centrepiece of the State Opening of Parliament and a list of the laws that the government hopes to get approved by Parliament over the coming year.
  • UK Elections: Theresa May to form coalition govt with support of DUP

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    The narrow majority secured by the deal means parliamentary votes will be on a knife edge as the prime minister cannot afford for even a handful of her own Tory MPs to oppose her. Even if a deal is struck, May could struggle to get backing from parliament for her Brexit stance. The Labour Party has received a whopping 40% vote share.
  • Here's where James Comey's 'meddlesome priest' quote comes from from

    Here's where James Comey's 'meddlesome priest' quote comes from from

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    COMEY: "Yes. Yes. It rings in my ear as kind of, 'Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?' ". University of ME political science professor Mark Brewer said King isn't as well known as Maine's other senator, Republican Susan Collins, so his performance in the closely watched hearing lifted his national profile.
  • Porche Just Dropped a auto at E3 2017

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    Forza Motorsport 7 follows the release of Forza Horizon 3 past year and Forza Motorsport 6 back in 2015, a game which earned a 9.0 on IGN. As sexy as this new auto might look, Microsoft wants us to believe the vehicle looks just as fantastic in-game.
  • Modi supports Merkel's European Union leadership as Trump critises Germany

    Modi supports Merkel's European Union leadership as Trump critises Germany

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    In a sign of Berlin's shifting focus towards Asia, Merkel is also due to meet Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday. Initial reports that Trump called Germans " very bad " prompted Gary Cohn, the director of the national economic council, to explain that Trump was only upset with our trade relationship and not necessarily the country itself.
  • Theresa May to form minority government after poll setback

    Theresa May to form minority government after poll setback

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    For Sorfina Shamsudin, 22, and her friends, this GE was the first time that they were making their voices heard. "I'm sorry for all those candidates and hard-working party workers who weren't successful but also particularly sorry for those colleagues who were MPs and ministers who had contributed so much to our country, and who lost their seats, and who didn't deserve to lose their seats".
  • 'DUP asked SNP to stop Northern Ireland gay couples marrying in Scotland'

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    If some Conservative MPs desert the party on key votes than May's plans would be left in tatters. No, Dunt said , but May's vision of a so-called "hard Brexit" - in which the United Kingdom would most likely leave the single European Union market, take full control over its borders, strike new trade deals and apply laws within its own borders - has been rejected.