london - British Prime Minister Theresa May, with the support of a small party from Northern Ireland, wants to rule further after a painful election defeat, but in her own party, evil parliamentarians are threatening to withdraw support from her. The Guardian newspaper reported on Saturday that ministers and a series of MPs have informed the Prime Minister that they should at least send her two closest advisors and co-workers, Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy.
Hill and Timothy, May's support and sponsorship, are held responsible for the early elections being a departure for the Conservatives. A governor even called Hill and Timothy 'Samples that brought our party to sink. '
May's Conservative Party lost Thursday against expectations in the majority in the British Lower House. And that was ten days before the planned start of negotiations on terminating membership of the European Union. May wanted to start negotiations with extra support in parliament.