Theresa May pledges a new government based on 'certainty'


May fell short of the eight seats needed and will now have to rely on the DUP's 10 MPs to pass legislation.

Mr Corbyn believes that without an outright majority Mrs May's position is vulnerable and he intends to oppose the Queen's Speech and table a "substantial amendment" in an attempt to bring down her administration.

"It will work to keep our nation safe and secure by delivering the change I set out following the appalling attacks in Manchester and London".

The DUP, which increased its number of seats to 10, said it was working on a deal with the Tories whereby it would support them on a vote-by-vote basis. "What's happened is, people have said they've had quite enough of austerity politics, they've had quite enough of cuts in public expenditure, under-funding our health service, under-funding our schools, our education service, and not giving our young people the chance they deserve in our society". "Now lets get to work", she said.

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Hundreds of people marched towards Downing Street in protest of Theresa May's "hateful" alliance with the socially hardline Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).

On the doorstep of her official Downing Street residence, May said she could rely in parliament on the support of her "friends" in Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party after her governing Conservatives failed to win a majority.

While always striving for the "best deal" for Northern Ireland and its people, Foster said her party would always have the best interests of the United Kingdom at heart.

DUP leader Arlene Foster has said her party is entering into discussions with Theresa May about forming a new government. We have worked well with May. The alternative is intolerable. Sinn Féin, however, has strongly called for this on numerous occasions.

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The DUP is concerned that any arrangement by which Northern Ireland could remain in the European Union, a key demand of the rival Sinn Fein Party, could potentially split Northern Ireland from the rest of Britain.

Being a pro-union party, the joining up of forces may affect May's hopes for achieving a hard Brexit.

The early restoration of the Executive in Northern Ireland is also a priority.

In return for shoring up the Tory majority the party has demanded considerable more resources for Northern Ireland, more influence and involvement in trade deals. The leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron, said May "should be ashamed" and should resign "if she has an ounce of self respect".

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She also reaffirmed her commitment to leaving the European Union.