Who’s the coalition of chaos now? Moment Corbyn attacks Theresa May as Parliament returns
A failure to gain support from the Northern Irish party would risk the Queen’s Speech being voted down next week, and Mr Corbyn has said Labour will be pushing hard for that outcome.
Despite the ongoing fallout from the election, the Prime Minister called on MPs to “come together in a spirit of national unity”.
After she welcomed the appointment of the new Speaker, the Prime Minister urged MPs to recognise “we all want to see a Britain that is stronger, fairer and safe and secure for our children and grandchildren”.
She said: “As we face difficult challenges ahead, let us come together in a spirit of national unity to keep our country safe and build a stronger, fairer, and more prosperous future for everyone in every part of our United Kingdom.”