Published: Fri, June 09, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

United Kingdom election 2017: constituency-wise results

United Kingdom election 2017: constituency-wise results

The last constituency yet to declare Kensington is thought to be on a knife edge, after a third count was ordered.

"We need a government that can act", EU Budget Commissioner Guenther Oettinger told German broadcaster Deutschlandfunk.

Another election-Britain's fourth national poll in little more than two years-may be on the way.

Mr Corbyn led his party to win millions more votes - an extra 10 per cent of voters - compared with Ed Miliband in 2015. Far from extending her majority as predicted, May lost it altogether.

The attacks have left Britain on high alert.

She fought the campaign claiming she was best placed to secure a good deal in its divorce from the European Union - but voters did not appear to agree.

There is also strong evidence Britain's youth has been energized by Corbyn's democratic socialist campaign in the same way US Senator Bernie Sanders electrified young Americans during the Democratic primaries past year. "Let's put our minds together on striking a deal". He was deputy prime minister of the United Kingdom from 2010 to 2015 in a coalition government with the Conservatives.

May had unexpectedly called the snap election seven weeks ago, confident of sharply increasing the slim majority she had inherited from predecessor David Cameron before launching into the Brexit talks. In the end, amid high turnout, her Conservative Party lost its majority.

Brexit talks were scheduled to start on June 19 but could now be delayed, a source of major uncertainty and concern for investors.

The Labour Party campaigned against Brexit in the referendum but now says the result must be honoured, and is aiming for a "close new relationship with the EU" with workers' rights protected.

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In Northern Ireland, all 18 seats have declared , the DUP taking 10, Sinn Fein seven and an independent candidate one. "Well the mandate she's got is lost Conservative seats, lost votes, lost support and lost confidence", said Cobyn.

Corbyn said the result means "politics has changed" and voters have rejected Conservative austerity.

He repeated calls for May to resign.

The earliest the United Kingdom could hold a General Election would be the Autumn.

Her opponents also took issue with her refusal to take part in a televised debate with other party leaders. "Politics is not going back into the box where it was before".

Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry said Labour "could form the next government" and would attempt to do so as a minority government if results allowed, rather than seeking to form a coalition with other progressive parties like the Lib Dems.

If all options fail there will be a second election and the country will start the whole process again.

Results will come in over the next few hours for all 650 seats in the House of Commons.

"Without a government, there's no negotiation", he said Friday morning by phone on Germany's Deutschlandfunk radio.

German EU Energy Commissioner Gunther Oettinger said: "With a weak negotiating partner, there's the danger than the negotiations will turn out badly for both sides".

May's self-characterization as a "bloody hard woman", willing to walk away from Brexit negotiations with no deal, likely contributed to the youths' revolt against the established order.

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May experienced a gradual slide during the campaign period, in which a wide gap between the Conservatives and Labour narrowed. Among the casualties was Alex Salmond, a former first minister of Scotland and one of the party's highest-profile lawmakers.

However, he said he was skeptical to conclude that "Britons' sovereign decision on Brexit has been cast into doubt in any way".

"These are discussions that will be long and that will be complex".

Discussions between the British government and the European Union are formally set to begin later this month.

The snap elections called by British Prime Minister Theresa May, to strengthen her party's power and give her a direct mandate to take the country through Brexit, concluded on Thursday.

British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered a major blow in the ongoing United Kingdom elections after it failed to maintain its majority in the parliament thus directing a hung parliament.

The first major deadline for a new government is June 13, when parliament meets for the first time. One party needs to win at least 326 to secure an overall majority.

May looked tense as she was resoundingly re-elected to her Maidenhead seat in southern England.

The Democratic Unionist Party, which increased its representation at Westminster from eight to 10, signalled it was ready to discuss working with the Tories on issues such as Brexit and keeping the United Kingdom together.

The Brexit minister conceded that the government's approach to Brexit would have to change.

In a night of surprises, former Liberal Democrat leader and deputy prime minister Nick Clegg lost his seat to Labour.

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Sheriff Demings described Neumann as a "disgruntled employee" who had a "negative relationship" with at least one of the victims. The victims are Robert Snyder , 69, Kevin Lawson , 46, Brenda Montanez-Crespo, 44, Kevin Clark , 53, and Jeffrey Roberts , 57.

She is regarded as having performed well during the campaign, which was marred by deadly attacks in Manchester and London. As home secretary, Rudd is in charge of the police and security services and helped lead the response to the attacks.

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