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Britain looked even more divided on Monday as results from the E. U. election began trickling in based on projections the two parties with the most votes couldn't be further apart put no deal brexit back on the table nine two found his brakes epoxy his stormed to victory a massive success and missed six weeks after the party was founded but in second place of the Liberal Democrats every vote for the Liberal Democrats is a vote to stop brexit dot slept Britain's two largest parties trailing behind in the polls the ruling conservatives alone calls for one of the worst results in a nationwide election ever to have the opportunity to serve the country I love to reason may has already announced he's stepping down as prime minister saying it was a matter of deep regrets that she couldn't deliver brexit there was a poster of happened in March label also faced a crushing defeat losing ground to the lib dems who is staging a comeback in British politics after years of being relegated to the sidelines they even one labor leader Jeremy Corbin's home constituency in London the results will likely push may successor to go for more decisive split from the block wall bumping up the heat on Corbin to come out explicitly for a second referendum meanwhile found is saying he wants a place at the brexit negotiating table he warned the country is on the cusp of a major upheaval if we don't leave on October the thirty first then the schools using for the brexit party today will be repeated in a general election and we are getting ready for it the live dens greens and change U. K. or explicitly pro review what combined still a few percentage points behind the brexit policy the on set and see from the E. U. white vote odds to three years of turmoil in person beginning with the referendum , which it voted to leave by in now a margin the one thing most kind agree on is the brexit will shape the future of the kingdom for generations to come