UK PM May said wants broader consensus on Brexit plan

Westminster has brought us austerity, has brought us hardship, and it has hurt the working class people in our communities, one of their MPs told reporters at a news conference in London.

Reacting to the meeting, Tory MP Julian Knight said that the prime minister had been "humble and steadfast and certain that we have to get on with the job of government and negotiating Brexit".

The chaos has also weighed on the pound, which has plunged nearly two percent since Thursday, and the government may have to delay the announcement of its policy plans to parliament.

It was a surprise move - Gove was sacked as justice minister by May past year after his bid to become party leader forced now-foreign minister Boris Johnson from the race, amid accusations of treachery and political backstabbing.

"Maybe the people of England, Scotland and Wales will begin to learn about the true nature of the DUP, their homophobia, their sexism, their sectarianism and their anti-Irish regressive, politics". "Now is the time for delivery - and Theresa May is the right person to continue that vital work".

British Prime Minister Theresa May was scheduled to meet the leader of a small Northern Irish Protestant party on Tuesday to save her premiership and avoid a second election that would thrust Brexit negotiations into turmoil.

Arlene Foster, the leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, was pictured outside number 10 with her deputy Nigel Dodds.

Before the Government can do anything it must finalise a deal with the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).

They campaigned for Brexit despite the fact that Northern Ireland has the most to lose if there is no amicable deal with the EU.

Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, leaves a cabinet meeting at Downing Street in London.


When asked about the Daily Telegraph article, Michael Gove, a minister who campaigned for Brexit, told ITV: "This is news to me".

She told a meeting of backbenchers that she had got the party into "this mess" by calling the snap election and now "I'll get us out of it".

But "being seen to be the prime minister" could help "shore up her authority at home", according to Colin Talbot, professor of government at the University of Manchester. Sterling's effective exchange rate dropped by 1.4% the day after the 8 June elections, for a total depreciation of 12.2% since the Brexit vote of 23 June 2016. Michael Gove, who challenged May in a bid to succeed David Cameron as leader previous year, is back in the cabinet. And as May contends with the disappointing result of Thursday's election, there are murmurs of mutiny within her own Conservative Party.

May has shown little public contrition for the electoral gamble that backfired spectacularly, but was forced to accept the resignations of her two top aides - reportedly a requirement by cabinet colleagues for allowing her to stay in office.

DUP leaders, Arlene Foster and Nigel Dodds, are now in the Westminister to discuss the possibility of post election ties.

"While there is further to go, if there is one outcome of the election we can all welcome, it is most surely this: that today we have the most diverse and representative Parliament in our history". "The union as I've said before is our guiding star", she said.

DUP leader Arlene Foster has said even though the party opposes same-sex marriage, it is "nonsense" to call the party homophobic.

It is also worth noting that the more trouble for the United Kingdom pound the more attractive the United Kingdom property market becomes to overseas investors.

One possible effect of Brexit is the "hardening" of the border between UK-controlled Northern Ireland and the state of Ireland.


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