Tuesday October 20, 2020

Shaken Theresa May tells Tories: "I'm sorry"

Under siege prime minister says "I'll reflect on what happened"

9th June, 2017
Pic: Getty

A visibly shaken Theresa May today apologised to fellow Conservatives for a devastating electoral blow that has her on the back foot, forcing her into a loose governing alliance - just 10 days before Brexit negotiations start.

“I’m sorry for all those colleagues who lost their seats and didn’t deserve to lose and of course I’ll reflect on what happened,” May, her voice quavering, said in a press conference....

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