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May to form 39government of certainty39 with DUP backing Majority


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Theresa May says she'll form minority government with 'friends and allies' in the DUP

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Theresa May to form new government with help of DUP

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Theresa May welcomed back to 10 Downing Street

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... Majesty the Queen and I will now form a government. A government that can provide certainty and lead Britain forward at a critical time for our country.

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