Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May, visits the scene of a tower block which was destroyed in a fire disaster, in north Kensington, West London, Britain June 15, 2017. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to put her program to Parliament next week, a sign of confidence that talks on propping up her government will conclude in a deal and end days of uncertainty since she lost her majority.The start of Parliament has been delayed since last Thursday's election, a gamble May took to strengthen her hand in talks to leave the EU but which has left her scrambling for a deal with the euroskeptic DUP to keep her in power.May does not necessarily need a firm deal from the DUP before opening Parliament and might hope that she would receive the necessary backing anyway.The source said the talks to leave the European Union would not be delayed, removing the question mark over the negotiations being derailed by May's lack of a parliamentary majority lost in an election she did not need to call.
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