Downing Street and the Democratic Unionist Party say they are still in discussions over a possible deal to secure support for a Minority Conservative Government.

On Saturday, downing street announced a deal had been agreed in principle – but both sides then issued statements saying talks were ongoing.

The Tories need the support of the DUP’S 10 MPS for a Commons Majority.

No 10 described it as a “confidence and supply” deal rather than a coalition.

Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure after Thursday’s General Election left her without a majority.

Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn told the Sunday mirror he could still be Prime Minister.

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, meanwhile, dismissed reports of a Tory Party Leadership bid as “tripe”.