It wouldn't be very strong and stable to be getting rid of people, or basically changing anything at all.
I was thinking today they should probably take a week or two then have another election. The Tories still did okay if you consider this was the kind of result people expected from Cameron against Milliband and "Tory-lite". If May had gone up against that she'd have probably done better.
Considering they ran with a shit leader, a shit campaign and a shit manifesto, if they spent a few weeks with the spin doctors coming up with something better that they could sell and May showed some humility and showed her face and had a manifesto with some juicy lies in it then they could do alright.
Labour would probably end up the saying the same things they were saying for the last few weeks so people may get a little bored of it whereas the Tories would be churning out something new.
They could spin the line that a hung parliament won't do for Brexit and they could have some positivity. From what I'm imagining, a loose DUP backing in a minority government isn't going to last for the long term and all she's going to do is fail at some stage in the future and she and the Tories will look weak, then they'll have to go through an election against a well prepared Labour party (I would imagine right now the party is probably skint) with a consistent message and a stable shadow cabinet all on the same page and they'll probably lose. A big factor seemed to be the audacity of calling a "vanity" election we didn't need but you could argue now with the situation we're in a decisive election was needed.
If people are willing to forgive Jeremy Corbyn for his left wing lunacy, inability to wipe out cities with nuclear weapons, open door migration, bankrupting the public finances, Queen hating, Hamas and IRA friendships and losing the support of his entire parliamentary party in the space of 4 weeks, I think people will forgive Theresa May for being a bit wooden if she turns up and says the right things. Considering how high her ratings were before the election and how big the poll gap was people are clearly willing to accept a terrible Tory government.
They'll be too scared to chance it though. They'll cling on and pray it doesn't fall apart. I'm hoping it does obviously and they'll get wiped out at whatever election comes next.