Theresa May’s two closest aides quit after election debacle Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill have been blamed for Theresa May’s awful campaign
Prime minister Theresa May’s two closest advisers, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, resigned today after taking responsibility for the poll debacle for the Conservative Party which lost its majority in the House of Commons. Timothy and Hill, considered part of May’s inner circle of confidants as her joint chiefs of staff, quit their Downing Street top jobs after coming under fire as the duo responsible for convincing May to call a snap general election with claims that she was assured a landslide victory. According to reports, May had been given an ultimatum by her own Conservative party colleagues that the…
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