Tory-DUP to Form Minority Government, Two of May's Closest Aides Resign

  • British Prime Minister Theresa May succeeded in striking a deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on Saturday to stake claim of a minority government. However, her closest aides in the party ­- Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill – resigned after sustained criticism within Tory against the failed election campaign that cost May-led Conservative party the majority. Uneasy silence prevails among the Conservatives, fuelling speculation that the days are numbered for Theresa May as British PM. A renowned newspaper’s poll found that 48 per cent people want Theresa May to resign against just 38 per cent who want her to be at office.

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