© AFP / by Alice RITCHIE | The prospects of Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May have plummeted because of a disastrous election gamble
The government should pass its programme after forming a deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), whose 10 MPs will vote with the 317 Conservatives in the 650-seat chamber.
But May’s personal authority has been deeply damaged by the election, which she called three years early expecting to win a landslide — only to find herself hanging on by a thread.
The majority of…
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