The two top aides to British Prime Minister Theresa May resigned Saturday, shouldering some of the blame for an election that proved a disaster for the Conservative Party, a headache for Britain's exit from the European Union - and potentially a fatal blow to May's premiership.
Mays gamble of calling snap polls backfired after the British electorate delivered a hung Parliament, forcing her to seek the support of a small Northern Irish party for staying in power, as the country braces for hard Brexit talks. That means the DUP would back the government on confidence motions and budget votes, but it's not a coalition government or a broader pact. Downing St. says the Cabinet will discuss the agreement Monday.
Gavin Barwell, a former housing minister, replaces joint chiefs of staff Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill. - Parliament returns to elect speaker Parliament reconvenes following the national election to elect a speaker for the lower house, the House of Commons.
Still, May's status remains shaky, at best, after the Conservatives' principal rival, the Labour Party, pulled off a dramatically positive showing at the ballot box Thursday.
HUMILIATED Theresa May has vowed her government would lead Britain for the next five years, despite a disastrous election which robbed the Tories of their majority in Parliament.
Foster said Friday it would be "difficult" for May to continue in her role.
Many of those Conservatives now opposing May are those who wanted to remain in the EU.
"It was a disaster", he said.
For progressives, the Labour party under Corbyn has shown how to regain political relevance. She called the early election with her party comfortably ahead in the polls in the hope of increasing her majority and strengthening Britain's hand in exit talks with the European Union.
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Speaking on the BBC's Question Time, he said: "She is playing fast and loose, on Brexit, on Margaret Thatcher's greatest achievement - the single market". May to "make way" for it to form a government and she also faces criticism over the DUP deal.
In other developments Sunday, the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson issued a statement dismissing reports he was being encouraged to challenge May for her job. The DUP won 10.
The DUP has repeatedly used a controversial Stormont voting mechanism - the petition of concern - to prevent the legalisation of same-sex marriage, despite a majority of MLAs supporting the move at the last vote.
Money for Northern Ireland will undoubtedly be part of their demands, and Mrs May will expect that. DUP leader Arlene Foster told Sky News she would be meeting May in Downing Street tomorrow.
A third sign, inspired by Theresa May's election slogan, said: "As strong and stable as my sign".
The Protestant unionist party also had links with outlawed paramilitary groups during the years of Northern Ireland's "Troubles".
Running a populist left programme, the Labour party tapped into a disillusion and discontent over current politics, perceived as dishonest, disconnected and in the service of the very wealthy.
She arrogantly snorts to Jeremy Corbyn "It's called leadership, try it some time" in Commons debates, this being the main reason why people have turned against her. "May fights to remain PM", said the front page of the Daily Telegraph, while the Times of London said: "May stares into the abyss". "They (the DUP) are going to support us on the big Brexit, economic and security issues facing this country", he said.