British voters dealt a stunning blow to Prime Minister Theresa may, destroying the parliamentary majority and prompting calls for her resignation.
With the highest number of votes, the party may win a majority of seats, but not enough to manage without the support of minority parties. The result also pushes the UK for a renewal period of political turmoil, and negotiations with PACSICOM can be delayed, and personal power may destroyed. In Conservative circles has already been mentioned that she may have to resign less than a year after taking office, David Cameron, who resigned after the referendum Brekzita.
Mei promised to bring the country out of the EU single market and Customs Union, radically changing Britain's relationship with one of the largest trading partners. Corbin said that early results showed that Mae has lost the mandate and urged her to resign.
May has been criticized for the fact that he had made several turns on social security. She was unpopular because of controversial proposals about who should pay for the cost of care for the elderly. The Prime Minister, Theresa may, intends to introduce "a tax on dementia".
In turn, its opponents have decided to refuse to participate in televised debates with other party leaders.
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