Prime Minister Theresa may is not going to resign. She plans to work on forming a government on the basis of the Conservative party. About this in his Twitter said journalist BBC News Laura Kuenssberg.
Laura Kuenssberg (@bbclaurak)
09 June 2017, 06:30
Citi Group analysts, according to Reuters, earlier suggested that Mae will retire after the tories lost a parliamentary majority.
The leader of labour’s Jeremy Corbin also called on the Prime Minister to leave his post.
On the morning of Friday, June 9, became known preliminary results of early parliamentary elections, according to which the conservatives under the leadership of Theresa may lost the majority in Parliament. For the formation of the government they have to form a coalition.
The initiator of the early election itself was the British Prime Minister. She explained the idea of a desire to stop the opposition of the opposition parties procedure Brexit.
The decision to withdraw Britain from the European Union was adopted by referendum on 23 June 2016. The rejection of EU membership was supported by more than half of voters.