One of the standout figures in the General Election campaign has been the out leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson, who led the Conservatives into second place in Scotland gaining 12 seats, including out MSP Ross Thomson in Aberdeen South.
The poll forecast the Scottish National Party (SNP) would win 34 seats, the center-left Liberal Democrats 14, the Welsh nationalist party Plaid Cymru three and the Greens one.
In a short statement outside her official residence in 10 Downing Street, May said she would form a government "that can provide certainty and lead Britain forward at this critical time for our country".
Even if May remains at the helm of the next government, she will have to negotiate a Brexit agreement that will have little chance of getting through the House of Commons, as all other parties (including even Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, on which her next government would have to rely) want a relatively soft Brexit.
Michael Geary, a fellow at the Wilson Center think tank, said: "The Conservatives will remain the biggest party and will mostly likely govern alone albeit with DUP support from the backbenches".
The ruling Conservative Party stands to lose its parliamentary majority, potentially triggering another political quake in the United Kingdom and fueling lots of uncertainty about the country's future Brexit negotiations.
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The Labour leader vowed to fight his Tory rival's attempt to run a minority government in an interview with the Sunday Mirror. May's gamble, extraordinary for there was no need to call a snap general election, has considerably reduced her authority and this will present problems in negotiating a clean exit from the EU.
Theresa May's Conservatives, who anticipated an increased number of seats throughout the General Election campaign, find themselves the largest party in Parliament, but without an overall majority.
When May, back in April, at a time when polls showed her trouncing Labour by a 20-25% margin, called a snap election for June 8 (after earlier promising that she would not do such a thing), the Labour establishment figured it would turn out a disaster and finish off Corbyn as party leader.
"We set out to consider the issues that are the key priorities for the British people", she said.
But that is far from the victory sought - and there are already questions about whether the British electorate were rejecting May's "hard Brexit" approach to leave the European Union whatever deals were made over the divorce.
The result also prompted criticism of May from within her own ranks as well as from the opposition.
"The mandate she's got is lost Conservative seats, lost votes, lost support and lost confidence", he said. After all, it was a Conservative Prime Minister who introduced same-sex marriage in England and Wales and, in 2015, his bold decision was rewarded at the ballot box.
"This will allow us to come together as a country and channel our energies towards a successful Brexit deal". "I said at the start this election was wrong".