UK Election was Theresa May’s Personal Defeat

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Britain’s Conservatives lost their majority in general election. No party managed to secure an outright majority of seats in the House of Commons, meaning that Westminster will have its second hung parliament in the last seven years.
Shorn of the 326 desired mandates, the Conservatives will have either to engage in talks to form a coalition government or to opt for a parliamentary minority government. However, the latter will fail to deliver stable rule.