British conservatives gave Mae a five-year mandate to work with the Prime Minister
LONDON, June 12 — RIA Novosti, Denis Voroshilov. Tory MP expressed “solid support” Theresa may as Prime Minister and party leader, despite the failure last June 8 parliamentary elections, said the Vice-Chairman of the steering Committee of the Conservative party Charles Walker.
Monday, may held several meetings with party members and with the steering Committee. As reported by the British media, the participants, the main outcome was the agreement may begin a dialogue about the failure of “hard” Brexit with those who support integration with Europe.
“I admire the fact that Mei at the last meeting, took full responsibility for the campaign. The parliamentarians expressed her solid support… we are expecting five years of the conservative government,” said Walker in an interview with Bi-bi-si.
Earlier, some politicians and the media do not exclude that may deprives a party of an absolute majority in Parliament, under pressure from critics to resign as Prime Minister. At the moment, there are no assumptions supporting these statements.