A senior Conservative politician Sir Paul Beresford MP has said that he expects the country to face another election in October.
The MP said: “If we have a hung parliament then I think we are going to be back here in October. We are likely to be entering a period of political turmoil that we have not had in this country for some time.
“It is going to be very difficult and the Europeans will all be there watching and waiting to see what is going to happen. The country voted for Brexit and that is reluctantly what we now have to go for.”
The Conservatives have formed a government with the DUP, a party aligned as opposed to same sex marriages and they take an anti abortion stance.
Over 500,000 people have signed an online petition calling on the Tories not to do a deal with Northern Ireland’s DUP.
The poll hosted by Change.org also calls on Theresa May to resign as Prime Minisiter following the General Election which resulted in a hung parliament.
“Theresa May should resign. This is a disgusting, desperate attempt to stay in power,” the petition reads.