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U.K. Election: Lawmakers React to Shock ResultWith only a few straggling constituencies left to announce, the U.K. electorate returned the country a hung parliament early Friday morning, meaning that neither of the two largest parties had secured the 326 seats required for an absolute majority.

The result was an overwhelming rejection of British Prime Minister Theresa May, who had

called the election to strengthen her mandate to negotiate a Brexit deal. During her campaign, M

ay promised a strong and stable leadership in the run up to divorce talks with European leaders, scheduled June 19. But the results delivered a humiliation to May and her Conservative Party. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, by contrast, enjoyed a triumphant night, increasing his partys Commons tally by 31 seats. Politics has changed and politics isnt going back into the box it was before. People have

had quite enough of austerity politics, Corbyn said after winning in his home constituency of Islington Nor

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    World London Police to Deploy Facial Recognition Cameras Despite Privacy Concerns and Evidence of High Failure Rate   Heres how U.K. and E.U. lawmakers reacted to the shock election result: Some Conservatives were predictably dour. Nigel Evans, a lawmaker for Ribble Valley, said his party had shot itself in the head, the BBCs Chris Mason tweeted. Others, the Guardian reported, sought to allocate blame for calling the snap election. Ed Miliband, the former Labour leader who lost to former Prime Minister David Cameron in the 2015 election, questioned Mays mandate to negotiate Brexit. And former U.K. Independence Party (UKIP) leader and Brexit provocateur Nigel Farage had the jitters. Elsewhere in Europe, the E.U.s budget commissioner Guenther Oettinger said the election result cast doubt on whether Brexit talks could begin as scheduled, Reuters reports. Meanwhile, Germany and the Czech Republic urged Britain to form

a government quickly so that talks could move ahead. Michael Roth, Germanys deputy foreign minister told German broadcaster ZDF: We

need to get started on the negotiations as soon as possible because time is ticking.  

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egin receiving our newsletters. If you don't get the confirmation within 10 minutes, please check your spam folder.  Regardless of the question of who will form a government in Britain, time is ticking We have less than two years to negotiate the exit so we should not waste any time now, Roth added, according to Reuters. Dutch Member of the European Parliament Sophie in t Veld suggested that successive failed Conservative gambles Camerons Brexit referendum and Mays snap election had the party resembling a casino. Former Greek finance minster, Yanis Varoufakis, praised Corbyns election gain, saying Last night was one for the True believers. Donald Tusk, the President of the European Council, issued a reminder about the urgency of the upcoming Brexit negotiations. And Manfred Weber, the leader of the European Parliaments European Peoples Party used the occasion to highlight the U.Ks lack of unity relative to the E.U. The U.K. needs a government soon. The date for the beginning of negotiations is now unclear, Weber said in one tweet. In another: E.U. is united, U.K. is deeply split. PM May wanted stability but brought chaos to her country instead. Write to Joseph Hincks at joseph.hincks@time.com.

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