Sanders 'Delighted' by Corbyn's Success in UK Election

In this situation when British political dynamics is undergoing major changes, May has chose to strike a deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), raising many eyebrows and dividing the party's opinion vividly. The currency has been highly volatile in the last year, from $1.50 a year ago before the Brexit vote to below $1.18 briefly in October.

"It will be hard to govern and it could mean another election later in the year".

Theresa May and her governing Conservative Party look to be bound for a awful finish. We want to end austerity and invest in this country and that's what we're going to do.

He faced intense opposition from the right-wing tabloid press and from the Evening Standard, newly edited by former Treasury chief George Osborne, a Conservative Party stalwart.

General elections in the United Kingdom must be held at least every five years, however, unlike in the U.S., Britain's constitutional law (there is no single constitution document) allows for elections before the five-year mark if a two-thirds majority of Parliament votes in favor of holding them. The magazine's political editor informed us in March that "Jeremy knows he can't do the job". "Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as result of "no negotiations", Tusk wrote on Twitter.

The Conservatives are traditionally more popular than Labour when it comes to security, but May suddenly found herself on the back foot after terror attacks occurred in Manchester and London, leaving 30 dead and around 150 injured.

Britain's opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Sunday there could be another election this year or early in 2018 after the vote on Thursday produced no clear victor. But the Tory party has only itself to blame: They should have known from European history that nativism, nationalism and populism have a short shelf life - just as, seemingly, Ms.

"It serves her right".

May had called the snap election with a view to increasing the narrow majority she had inherited from her predecessor David Cameron.

Dogus sharply closed the gap on the sitting member of parliament from Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives in the Cities of London and Westminster constituency - home to Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament and the British capital's financial centre.

Newspapers reflected the political tumult, with headlines such as "Britain on a knife edge", "Mayhem" and "Hanging by a thread". The party's leader Paul Nuttall has stepped down.

SNP leader and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said it had been a disappointing night for her party, which lost seats to the Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats.

The probability of a clean divorce from the European Union, a so-called "hard Brexit", can play out in different ways.

As the dust settles, one issue will become the focus for investors: whether Britain is more or less likely to retain privileged access to the EU's single market.

As he expected, Dogus, a Kurdish restaurateur who organizes the British Kebab Awards, was defeated in Thursday's general election.

But British parliamentary elections are a very different beast from US elections.

"It creates another layer of uncertainty ahead of the Brexit negotiations", said Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at OANDA currency traders. All she had to do was to robotically repeat the mantra "strong and stable government" and rely on faux-left media gatekeepers to smear Corbyn, McDonnell and co as "terrorists" and "extremists", and a Tory landslide was guaranteed. The Economist, no friend of Corbyn's, conceded that he "fought a strong campaign against all expectations".

Eight people were killed near London Bridge on Saturday when three men drove a van into pedestrians and then stabbed revelers in an area filled with bars and restaurants.

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