By Christian Smith
The Queen’s Speech might be delayed following Theresa May humiliating defeat at the polls.
The Speech, where the government sets out its legislative programme, was to be held on June 19, eleven days after the election. However, The BBC has now reported that it would delayed “for a few days.”
Mrs May who called a snap election, despite saying she wouldn’t, failed to get a majority. She is now being propped up by the Democratic Unionist Party, DUP.
But there are now fears that a deal between the Conservatives and the DUP could be voted down, causing a vote of no confidence against Mrs May. This could lead to a new general election.