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Theresa May accepts 'difficult time' for party after disastrous local election results

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Theresa May accepts 'difficult time' for party after disastrous local election results

Theresa May accepts 'difficult time' for party after disastrous local election results

Prime Minister Theresa May was confronted with anger from her own party after local election results which she admitted were “very difficult” for the Conservatives.

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