General Election 2017: Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid hit out at Theresa May over Hung Parliament as Robert Peston reveals she will NOT resign after Conservative loss

Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid hit out at Theresa May on Good Morning Britain [ITV]

It was announced on Friday morning that the Conservatives had won the vote without a majority, with Labour getting over 200 seats, resulting in a Hung Parliament.

Piers and Susanna hosted Good Morning Britain this morning just as the results came in.

The presenters are on hand for coverage across the morning, with usual daytime TV cancelled.

Loose Women, This Morning, Lorraine and Jeremy Kyle have been taken off air in a  change to schedules.

Prime Minister Theresa May will not resign after the General Election according to ITV [Getty]

Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid grilled MPs over the Hung Parliament on Good Morning Britain [ITV]

Piers and Susanna have spoken to a number of members of parliament about the surprising results, with no clear winner.

While some jumped to Theresa’s defence, others were not sure where this left the UK.

It was then claimed by ITV’s Robert Preston that, despite calls, Theresa May would not be standing down as Prime Minister.

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Piers and Susanna hit out at the Conservative leader, stunned by her decision to stay in power.

Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid hit out at Theresa May after she apparently decided not to resign as Prime Minister [ITV]

Piers called her a “bottle job”, while Susanna grilled guests over the Conservatives’ “loss”.

Susanna said: “She promised a strong and stable government. You can’t describe this as strong or stable, it’s not even majority.”

She added that Theresa had “failed to deliver,” adding she was “nowhere to be seen” throughout her campaign. 

Piers then asked one of her team to “name one good thing she’s done during her campaign” in a heated chat.

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May will stay as Conservative leader according to reports [Getty]

Susanna went on to describe Conservative’s loss as “catastrophic”, while MPs continued told defend her.

Theresa May has yet to make a statement following the election results, while it’s thought she will not resign.

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