Theresa May FINALLY says she's SORRY after general election shock

Theresa May, British prime minister and Conservative Party leader, delivers a statement in London today after Conservatives lost their majority in a snap general election.

"The country needs a period of stability, and whatever the results are the Conservative Party will ensure we fulfil our duty in ensuring that stability", she said.

"We are ready to serve the people who have put their trust in us", he said but repeated his stance that Labour would not enter into "pacts or deals". After being granted approval, May is now moving to form a minority government with the Democratic Unionist Party.

Such a result would confound those who said the opposition Labour Party's left-wing leader, Jeremy Corbyn, was electorally toxic. The election results show that British voters were concerned about the possible repercussions of a hard Brexit, including lower public spending. None of them were "Jeremy" or "Corbyn".

When the world has started calling the Conservatives as "shambolic" and "chaotic", Labour party is being described as "energetic" and "inspiring" for the way the members campaigned for the UK Elections. "That's enough to go". "And make way for a government that will be truly representative of all of the people of this country". The legal question of whether Article 50 is revocable has not yet been determined, but most legal scholars (and indeed those who drafted it), take the view that it is.

May's majority in parliament until the snap election was only held by 17 seats, but now she is at a considerable disadvantage. Theresa May won a total of 318 seats out of 650 in the UK Elections 2017 while the Labour Party managed a good 261 seats. The BBC reports that the Tories lost 12, while Labour-the party of Corbyn-gained 29.

Earlier on he said that his "positive" campaign had "changed politics for the better", whatever the final result. The opposite happened as she lost her majority and undermined her own authority as prime minister. "Time for everyone to regroup".

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"We don't know when Brexit talks start", Tusk tweeted.

George Osborne, the former finance minister who stepped down at the election, told ITV that the results were "catastrophic" for his party. "We have less than two years to negotiate the exit.so we should not waste any time now". On the other hand, they've got enough problems on their plate already, and they do want to deal with Brexit. Though the electorate appears to still favor some form of Brexit, the results of Thursday's vote ultimately undermine May as she prepares to take on hardened European Union negotiators in Brussels.

Ryssdal: Yeah, well help me understand then Stephen, why the electorate that voted for Brexit a year ago - and granted it was close, 52 to 48 - but a year ago, they voted for it, and now they've denied Theresa May the stronger mandate for that Brexit.

German conservative Markus Ferber, an European Union lawmaker involved in discussions on access to European Union markets for Britain's financial sector, was scathing. She didn't specify how her Conservative Party would "work together" with the Northern-Ireland-based party. She will present a formal program, also known as the Queen's Speech. "That's what we have seen tonight".

The broadcaster said Sturgeon was "disappointed at the SNP losses".

General elections in the United Kingdom must be held at least every five years, however, unlike in the U.S., Britain's constitutional law (there is no single constitution document) allows for elections before the five-year mark if a two-thirds majority of Parliament votes in favor of holding them.

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