Britain's best-selling Sun newspaper said senior members of her party had vowed to get rid of May, but would wait at least six months because they were anxious that a leadership contest now could propel Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn into power. Jeremy Corbyn, the Labor Party leader often dismissed (even by many in his own party) as an ineffectual ideologue, galvanized younger and working-class voters with an egalitarian message of "For the Many, Not the Few". But in one of the most sensational nights in British electoral history, a resurgent Labour Party denied her an outright win, throwing the country into political turmoil.
She seems secure for the immediate future, because senior Conservatives don't want to plunge the party into a damaging leadership contest. Although some results are still being counted, the final Conservative tally is expected to be 319, down from 331 in the last election in 2015.
A weakened May has chosen to forge ahead and cling to power by trying to cobble together a minority government with the tacit support of the ten members of Parliament of the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland.
"She's staying, for now", one Conservative Party source told Reuters.
India crushes Bangladesh by nine-wicket, enters final
Dhawan picked up from where he had left off against South Africa , cutting and driving through the offside with delight. Michael Atherton says India look "well primed" for the ICC Champions Trophy final against Pakistan at The Oval .
British Prime Minister Theresa May's two chiefs of staff have resigned in the wake of the Conservative Party's disastrous election result. She had hoped to boost the Conservatives' majority in Parliament and get a stronger mandate in negotiating the Brexit from the European Union.
British Prime Minister Theresa May risks losing her position to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn following her Conservative Party's poor performance at the just concluded election.
She said: "I have wanted to achieve a large majority". The party has called for a second vote on whether Scotland should separate from the United Kingdom.
The pro-European Liberal Democrats, who have campaigned for a second European Union referendum, were projected to increase their number of seats from nine, but their former leader Nick Clegg, who was also a deputy prime minister from 2010 to 2015, lost his seat.
Beaten Bangladesh need to get mentally tougher says Mortaza
He went on to say, "We all know what happens and what not, and I can't tell you how they have won the games, I can't name them". India versus Pakistan is seen as the clash of titans and a classic match that all cricket lovers would look up to it.
But despite jubilation among Mr Corbyn's supporters at bloodying Mrs May' s nose, Labour MP Chris Leslie said the party should not pretend it achieved a "famous victory". The Conservatives are forecast to win 314 seats, followed by Labour with 266 seats.
"But you've got to convince them of your credibility and that you can move from protesting about the government to being in government".
Reports indicate she has struck a confidence and supply arrangement with the ideologically similar DUP.
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