Theresa May still holding on after key aides RESIGN after election fiasco

11 Jun

Timothy also rejected the idea that the Tories had failed at the election, as he pointed out that they had won almost 14 million votes. However, he did admit that Mrs May’s failure to secure a majority was “disappointing”. 

Ms Hill also released a statement on Conservative Home and said: “I have no doubt at all that Theresa May will continue to serve and work hard as Prime Minister – and do it brilliantly.” 

They have now been replaced by former Tory MP and housing minister Gavin Barwell, who lost his Croydon Central seat in Thursday’s election. 

Announcing his appointment, Mrs May said: “I’m delighted that Gavin Barwell accepted the role as my chief of staff. He will bring considerable experience of the party to the post. “

As I said yesterday, I want to reflect on the election and why it did not deliver the result I hoped for. Gavin will have an important role to play in that.

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