Who’s a bloc of disharmony now? Moment Corbyn attacks Theresa May as Parliament returns

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A disaster to benefit support from a Northern Irish celebration would risk a Queen’s Speech being voted down subsequent week, and Mr Corbyn has pronounced Labour will be pulling tough for that outcome.

Despite a ongoing fallout from a election, a Prime Minister called on MPs to “come together in a suggestion of inhabitant unity”.

After she welcomed a appointment of a new Speaker, a Prime Minister urged MPs to recognize “we all wish to see a Britain that is stronger, fairer and protected and secure for the children and grandchildren”.

She said: “As we face formidable hurdles ahead, let us come together in a suggestion of inhabitant togetherness to keep the nation protected and build a stronger, fairer, and some-more moneyed destiny for everybody in each partial of the United Kingdom.”

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