UK politicians say they do not know if the Queen's Speech can be delivered on time because of post-election talks between the Conservatives and the Democratic Unionist Party as the former hashes out a deal to secure the backing of the Northern Irish party in a bid to stay in power.
The Queen’s Speech is scheduled to take place on Monday 19 June. It is written by the government and presents an outline of its planned legislation for the next parliamentary session.
Steven Cameron, pensions director at Aegon, said: “Without a clear majority, the government is walking on egg shells as it decides how to pursue manifesto policies.
“Above all else, the legislative timetable for the next two years will be dominated by Brexit negotiations and the Great Repeal Bill, but a weakened hand means key planks of the Conservative manifesto are now less likely to feature.”
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