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>> Is this strong and stable Prime Minister?>> Determined to form a government despite a disastrous result in the snap election that she asked for. British Prime Minister Theresa May off to Buckingham Palace, asking Queen Elizabeth for permission to stay in power. And is in talks with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, who secured ten seats.
>> We will enter a discussions with the Conservatives, to explore how it may be possible to bring stability to our nation at this time of great challenge.>> Reuters UK Political Correspondent William James explains how this agreement could work.>> So the DOP have said that it's more likely they will support a deal on an issue by issue basis.
So this wont be formal coalition of the type that we had in 2010, it will be on a vote by vote basis in the House of Commons. The two parties are quite well aligned, they're a pretty good fit for each other and they usually vote in the same direction anyway.
But the DOP will be running the house together because this is going to give them huge negotiating power when it comes to issues that directly affect them. That's border issues in Northern Ireland, and also it is budget issues.>> The PM's plan was to strengthen her hands in Brexit negotiation, due to start in just ten days time.
But in one of the most sensational nights in British electoral history.>>
When May announced this snap election back in April, Paul's predicted she'd massively increase the slim majority she'd inherited from predecessor David Cameron.
She certainly didn't achieve this. But that isn't going to stop the Prime Minister, who's determined to carry on, regardless.>> Now let's get to work.