GENERAL ELECTION 2017

British Prime Minister Theresa May waits for the results to be declared at the count centre in Maidenhead early in the morning of June 9, 2017, hours after the polls closed in Britain's general election. Prime Minister Theresa May is poised to win Britain's snap election but lose her parliamentary majority, a shock exit poll suggested on June 8, in what would be a major blow for her leadership as Brexit talks loom. The Conservatives were set to win 314 seats, followed by Labour on 266, the Scottish National Party on 34 and the Liberal Democrats on 14, the poll for the BBC, Sky and ITV showed. / AFP PHOTO / Geoff CADDICK (Photo credit should read GEOFF CADDICK/AFP/Getty Images)

Theresa May To Stay As PM After Deal With Democratic Unionist Party

Theresa May is set to stay on as Prime Minister under a deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to keep the Tories in power, sources have confirmed to HuffPost UK. The Ulster part...
Theresa May, U.K. prime minister and leader of the Conservative Party, speaks at a general-election campaign event in Slough, U.K., on Tuesday, June 6, 2017. After the London and Manchester attacks, Theresa May says that only she can be trusted on the issue and accuses opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn of sympathizing with terrorists in the past. Corbyn retorts that May was in charge of internal security for six years before becoming prime minister and failed to make Britons any safer. Photographer: Gerry Penny/Pool via Bloomberg

UK Election 2017 Exit Poll Result Shock Predicts Hung Parliament, Theresa May To Fall Short Of Overall Majority

Theresa May will fall short of an overall majority, the shock general election exit poll has predicted. According to the BBC/Sky News/ITV poll conducted by NOP/Ipsos MORI released at 10pm on Thursday,...