After the vote, May said what the United Kingdom needed now "more than anything else, is period of stability", suggesting she doesn't intend to heed calls from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn - and others within her party - for her to step down.
"I think its quite possible there'll be an election later this year or early next year, and that might be a good thing, because we can not go on with a period of great instability", he told the BBC's Andrew Marr on Sunday.
"I genuinely think that the people of this country. have had enough of this stuff, I think what they want is. for us to get on, deliver Brexit and deliver on their priorities and Theresa May is by far the best person, and she's the best-placed person to deliver that".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said the government did not have any credibility to go forward and the Labour Party would do what it could to stop it, including by voting down the Queen's Speech.
For instance, Menon said, some pro-EU Conservative legislators may wait until the Brexit legislative program comes to Parliament to start attacking it.
They quit Saturday after becoming a focus of blame for the Conservatives' election disaster.
The tone of Brexit talks, tentatively scheduled to begin in just 10 days - and even May's own position - are now up in the air. However, the Labour Party has managed to hold on to those key seats as well.
Where does DUP stand on Brexit?
Earlier today, May's joint chiefs of staff Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill resigned amid intense Tory criticism in the wake of the snap election which backfired spectacularly.
But several members of Northern Ireland's DUP have come under fire after making homophobic comments. Despite this, I believe it will be possible to put together a majority government fast and to finally start talks about Britain's exit from the European Union after many a postponement.More news: Djokovic set to take break after defeat
The Times of London said in an editorial that "the election appears to have been, among other things, a rejection of the vague but harshly worded prospectus for Brexit for which Mrs".
The DUP has repeatedly used a controversial Stormont voting mechanism - the petition of concern - to prevent the legalisation of same-sex marriage, despite a majority of MLAs supporting the move at the last vote.
Some senior Tories have made the removal of Hill and Timothy a condition for continuing to support May, who has vowed to remain prime minister despite the Conservatives' losing their overall majority in Parliament.
The Labour Party has received a whopping 40% vote share.
"Our two parties have enjoyed a strong relationship over many years, and this gives me the confidence to believe that we will be able to work together, in the interests of the whole United Kingdom", she said.
"I just can't see how she can continue in any long-term way".
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The Mail on Sunday reported that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was set to launch a bid to oust May, while the Sunday Times said five cabinet ministers were urging him to do so.
Steven Jaffe - a consultant to the Board of Deputies of British Jews - wrote in the Jewish News on Friday that on Middle Eastern-related issues, the DUP - which won 10 parliamentary seats in Thursday's election - would be a "friendly and positive influence for Israel".
"The prime minister has spoken with me this morning", Foster said. Could you tell us a little bit about the Democratic Unionists?