British Prime Minister Theresa May has no intention of resigning after her Conservative Party lost outright majority in Parliament on Friday, Sky News reported, citing unnamed sources.
May’s gamble in call an early election backfired spectacularly. According to Sky News projections, Conservatives were expected to win 315 seats, while the opposition Labour Party was expected to garner 261 seats. To have majority in the House of Commons, a party would need to hold 326 seats.
The Conservatives held 330 seats in the last Parliament, compared with 229 for Labour, 54 for the Scottish National Party and nine for the Liberal Democrats. Read more at Fox News.