Formal negotiations are due to begin soon, but the snap election has left Theresa May weakened. What happens now?

Theresa May took the fateful decision to launch the EU exit process on 29 March. Less than a month later she called a snap election in a bid to improve her negotiating hand. Instead, she now finds herself in office, but not in power, a humiliated figure who has lost credibility at home and abroad. Despite the disastrous result, the prime minister says the government will begin Brexit negotiations this month as planned.

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