Too bad that she didn’t consult with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu who is suffering from a similar mistake.
An updated forecast from the BBC released early Friday morning said that the Conservatives would win 322 seats, four shy of the the 326 threshold needed to form a majority.
The updated forecasts gave the Labour party, led by Jeremy Corbyn, 261 seats.
Exit polls released shortly after polls were closed gave the Conservatives 314 seats, with the Labour party winning 266. The Liberal Democrats won 14 seats in those polls, while the UKIP did not win any. (Arutz 7)
May’s Conservatives have a plurality, not the necessary majority needed and requested to run the difficult task of disengaging from the European Union.
Does this mean a coalition government for Great Britain?