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Sam Gyimah both of whose parents are Ghanaian won Surrey East for the Conservative party with 59.6% of the vote and Kwasi Kwarteng both of whose parents are Ghanaian won Spelthorne for the Conservative party with 57.3% of the vote.

There had been doubts cast over her leadership after she paid a heavy price for her gamble to overturn the UK's Fixed Term Parliament Act and call a snap general election ahead of the fixed time-frame it would have been held in 2020.

"The talks so far have been positive".

Sky News sources said the Conservatives had issued the statement "in error" and the DUP had not yet reached any agreement with the Tories.

She obtained Queen Elizabeth's approval to form a new government and will ally Conservatives with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, which won 10 seats.

Mrs May's move to reach out to the Democratic Unionists could have a profound impact on her approach to the European Union talks as they favour a "soft Brexit" and the maintenance of an open border between Northern Ireland and the Republic.

Conservative Party chief whip Gavin Williamson met DUP leaders in Belfast on Saturday to negotiate a deal, details of which are to be discussed Monday at a Cabinet meeting, reports Efe news. Some say her failure means the government must now take a more flexible approach to the divorce.

What's becoming clear, though, is that May's Tory party is on the brink of another bitter round of infighting over Brexit, with pro-Europeans now feeling they have a chance to change the direction of policy. There's a possibility of voting it down it and we're going to push that all the way.

His team is preparing an alternative Queen's speech to challenge her right to govern.

But a dismal campaign has left the Prime Minister fending off a mutiny in her own party. This is still on. I wouldn't go that far at this stage, but I think life is going to become very hard for Theresa May and the euro skeptics who want Britain to pull out of the European Union.

"May fights to remain PM", headlined the Conservative-supporting Daily Telegraph headlined, while the Daily Mail said: "Tories turn on Theresa".

"She's got to form a consensus", lawmaker Anna Soubry, a former minister who wanted to keep the U.K in the European Union, told the BBC.

But the Sunday Times said Johnson had been pressed by five Cabinet colleagues to oust May.

"Nearly 13 million people voted for us to do it".

"We need a national living wage that reflects underlying economic conditions and the ability of different industry sectors to absorb increased staff costs". "Boris is the only option with the liberal values, Brexit credentials and popular appeal".

May sought to frame the campaign around Brexit, but two terror attacks put scrutiny on her record of cutting police numbers, turning to the debate back to austerity, which Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn promised to end.

A couple of hours after May's statement, the DUP leader and Northern Ireland First Minister Arlene Foster confirmed her party had started talks with the Conservatives about bringing "stability" to the United Kingdom.

"I had wanted to achieve a larger majority but that was not the result that we secured".

But Labour's shadow chancellor John McDonnell told ITV's Peston on Sunday that full single market membership was not "on the table" and would be seen by voters as not respecting the referendum result.


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