BREAKING: UK Election: Opposition Labour beats Theresa May
The UK snap election called by Prime Minister Theresa May has shocked the author of the outing. May against her expectations failed to lead in the parliamentary election where the opposition Labour led by Jeremy Corbyn has chalked up about 316 House of Commons seats, against Mayâ€™s over 260 slots.
Although the Labour Party has not got the required clear mandate to command a majority in the parliament, but the sluggish outing of Mayâ€™s party had led to calls that she steps down as the PM, a goading she has been unwilling to yield to.
Observers reason that Mayâ€™s trouncing by the opposition is a signpost to the Brexit outcome of June last year which UK seems not have taken as reality or a road its willing to travel before the final severance of ties with EU.