Theresa May: I shed ‘a little tear’ at exit poll

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    The Prime Minister Theresa May has told BBC Radio 5 live that she shed “a little tear” after hearing the exit poll result on general election night.

    In her most honest interview yet about the election campaign, she told 5 live Daily’s Emma Barnett: “When the result came through, it was a complete shock… I felt, I suppose, devastated really.”

    You can hear the interview in full here.

    View the original article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-40594026

    Read more on Mrs May’s interview here.

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