May will create broader consensus on Brexit

Theresa May and the leader of Northern Irish party Democratic Unionist Party, Arlene Foster, will meet in Downing Street Tuesday to continue discussions to form a national government.

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday in a speech to fellow Conservatives MPs that she wishes to build a broader consensus around the UK's plan to exit the EU.

MPs from the opposition – and also some from within May's own party – have said that May's failed attempt to secure a strong majority in the election which took place last week revealed that voters were against her plan for a clean break with the EU.

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