BREAKING: Queen’s Speech PASSED, Labour amendments FAIL


The Queen’s speech has been passed showing a vote of confidence in the government

The Queens speech has been passed.

The government won with a majority of 14 votes.

The amendments that call to end cuts to police and fire service, the public sector pay cap and give emergency and public services a pay rise were not passed.

The Conservatives have formed an unofficial coalition government with the Democratic Unionist Party, otherwise known as the DUP.

It’s reported that the government will give Ireland an extra £1 billion for its co-operation.

Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, believes he will be Prime Minister within 6 months saying the Labour party is ‘the government in waiting’.

We’ll update you as more news follows

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