Senior UK Cabinet ministers offer support to prime minister

Senior UK Cabinet ministers offer support to prime minister”

"She is going to need cross-party support beyond the DUP", he said.

Boris Johnson, the pro-Brexit Foreign Secretary who is viewed as one of the most likely potential challengers, responded to speculation that he was plotting a leadership bid with a newspaper column calling on his colleagues to rally behind May. This is not political gamesmanship - it's got to work, it's got to actually deliver on what people asked for: "control of borders, control of laws, control of money, and it's got to deliver a decent economic outcome and protect security".

"They want to see government providing that certainty and stability", she said. The most senior ministers stayed in post, while May was forced to bring back into the Cabinet one of her long-term political foes, Michael Gove, to appease an angry Conservative Party. "I believe that's important". The government prepares the speech for the monarch, and reportedly it had two versions ready before the election; one to be used in the case of a Conservative majority, and one for an outright Labour victory.

Scotland's Nicola Sturgeon said, "Supporters of a so-called hard Brexit have been left dead in the water by British Prime Minister Theresa May's failure". He said a new election might be necessary later this year or early in 2018.

The talks re-start on Tuesday, but all the indications are that the DUP will eventually sign up, in return for big extra funding for Northern Ireland.

The disastrous showing at the polls has also cast a cloud over May's vision for a "hard Brexit" from the E.U. - in which Britain would leave Europe's single market and customs union - raising the prospect that a more pragmatic approach, prioritizing close trade links over controlling immigration, might be on the cards.

The move might offer hope to Conservative lawmakers who have criticised her style of government.

MPs and ministers also feel they were treated disdainfully by May's two chiefs of staff, Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy, who resigned over the weekend as the PM tried to make concessions.

"We have been given an instruction by the British people, given a decision by the British people".

Speaking this lunchtime, Sir Keir said: "Sometimes I think that in the campaign we got too far down in the weeds of the difference between access, full-access and membership".

Theresa May is facing a mounting revolt from her own party over plans to form a minority government with the DUP amid fears that it could put the Northern Ireland peace process at risk.

However, an election poster for the 2010 vote has been widely circulated online contradicting the DUP's desire to jump into bed with the Tories.

"Our position is clearly set out, it is clearly set out in a number of places and there has been no change to that", May's spokesperson said on Monday.

Mr Davis told Radio 4 today: "Some elements of the manifesto will be pruned away".

Other Conservative MPs have raised concerns about the DUP's opposition to gay marriage and abortion.

The DUP itself was at the center of a bloody sectarian divide during Northern Ireland's Troubles - a conflict involving rival paramilitary groups and the British Army which claimed more than 3,000 lives over 30 years.

Airbus, the aerospace giant, has laid out non-negotiable demands to the government on Brexit, including freedom of movement of their workers and maintaining regulatory harmonization with the European Union, warning that if the demands aren't met production will be shifted overseas. "It is clear to me that Parliament will want to assert its role in a way it did not before".

Large global banks in London plan to move about 9,000 jobs in the next two years to financial centres that will stay in the European Union, including Frankfurt, Paris and Dublin, so they can continue selling their services across the bloc after Brexit, according to a Reuters' tally of job warnings.

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