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PM`s party loses majority as UK polls produce hung parliament

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 PM`s party loses majority as UK polls produce hung parliament

Britain`s Conservatives have lost their majority in a snap general that has resulted in a hung parliament.

With just a handful of seats left to declare, Thursday`s poll shows gains for the opposition Labour Party.

This is seen as a humiliation for PM Minister Theresa May, who chose to call the election to try to strengthen her hand in talks with the EU on Brexit.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urged her to resign, but she said her party would "ensure" stability in the UK.

With a handful of seats left to declare, Thursday`s poll shows gains for the opposition Labour Party.

This is seen as a humiliation for PM Minister Theresa May, who chose to call the election to try to strengthen her hand in talks with the EU on Brexit.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn urged her to resign, but she said her party would "ensure" stability in the UK.

In a welcome development, three Bangladesh-origin Brittons returned to the British Parliament in the crucial snap general election over Britains exit from the European Union.

The three are Tulip Siddiq, Bangladesh premier Sheikh Hasina`s niece, Rupa Huq and Rushnara Ali.

A latest report says Theresa May has struck a deal with the Democratic Unionists that will allow her to form a government--a possibility that struck many with dismay, as they fear political volatility in the country that already faces uncertainty ove Brexit dilemmas and recurrent terror strikes.

The prime minister was expected to see the Queen later in the day on Friday to confirm that a deal is in place and she commands majority in a coalition to return to her seat.

 

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