DescriptionBritish PM Theresa May calls for an early #GeneralElection on June 8, saying the country needs stability before #Brexit negotiations. ''It is a recent and reluctant decision,'' May said in an urgent statement that followed a routine Cabinet meeting. ''I will move a motion in the parliament tomorrow.'' Underlining the opposition of the other parties, and their attempts to block the Brexit decision, May complained about lack of unity in parliament. ''At this moment of enormous national significance there should be unity here in Westminster, but instead there is division,'' she said. ''The government has a plan for Brexit that will allow the UK to regain control of its laws and borders... This is the right approach.'' May has opposed the idea of a snap election since she came in the office following the resignation of her predecessor David Cameron.UK opposition Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn says he welcomes the decision to call early national elections.