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Theresa May has reached out to opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, urging him to "do a deal", and people had a fair share to say.

Writing in the Mail on Sunday, May asked Corbyn to "put our differences aside and to agree to a cross-party deal", noting:

To the leader of the opposition, I say this: Let's listen to what the voters said in the local elections and put our differences aside for a moment. Let's do a deal.

Her public letter comes after the local elections on Thursday, which resulted in poor numbers for both parties.

Both Labour and Conservative have been in talks for over a month in a bid to broker a Brexit deal that can secure majority support in parliament.

It seems like these talks are the last resort for May, who has been accused of leaving the country in a "prolonged political limbo".

Many people seemed to agree, taking to Twitter to voice their opinions.

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