Politics & Policy After U.K. Election, The Only 'Certainty' In Britain Is Uncertainty Facebook Twitter Google+ Email June 9, 20172:39 PM ET Frank Langfitt Twitter Facebook Instagram Ballot boxes are emptied to be counted for the general election in Glasgow, Scotland. Andrew Milligan/AP Standing outside 10 Downing St. today, Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May tried to put a brave face on the disastrous results of Thursday's vote. The Two-Way Theresa May Promises 'Certainty' After Queen Approves Plan To Form Government After calling a snap election in April in anticipation of a landslide, she ended up with an electoral train wreck, in which her Conservative Party actually lost its parliamentary majority. It now holds 318 seats. Clinging to power, May said the Tories would form a minority government with the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland, which won 10 seats. "What the country needs more than ever is certainty," she said.