Brits are set for a chaotic weekend in politics

There are no guarantees in the configuration of a new, British government. Theresa May does not plan to step down, but she is met by opposition from all sides.

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What will the next British government look like and how will it handle its relationship to Europe? In particular the crucial negotiations for Brexit? The questions are flooding in after the UK referendum this Thursday in which Labour experienced a surprisingly positive outcome and the Conservative party was sorely disappointed, although it remains the biggest party in Parliament.

However, it seems clear that the UK's current Prime Minister, Theresa May, will work towards establishing a new government. At 12:30 GMT, May will go to the Queen of England for permission to form a new government, reports the BBC.

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