May's lost her majority and I think will inevitably resign. The issue is that I don't think there is anybody remotely charismatic to replace her. They don't have a Cameron or a Blair that I can see. In addition to that, I think the Tories are now fundamentally distrusted on Brexit, social care and health. The young I don't think will ever vote for them and will presumably increase their numbers at the next election now they know they can make a difference. The Tories also have lost some of the elderly support they have had for some time. The slim majority the Tories have I think will come back to bite them. I wouldn't be surprised if the Queen's speech gets voted down by some of their own MPs and a vote of no confidence is tabled. It only takes a few MPs to dissent. This puts them in a rather unstable position and I'm not sure the DUP will help in the long term. Another election is therefore inevitable, much sooner than five years I think. So, where do they go from there? I can't see a clear route and I think another election will happen soon, where the Tories may get utterly wiped out.