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The Queen’s Speech: what was included, what was left out, and what happens next?<\/h3>\r\n

by Jamie Leich<\/h5>\r\n

The Brexit Queen’s Speech? For months we\u2019ve been told to expect a \u2018Brexit Queen\u2019s Speech\u2019 \u2013 an agenda so focused on Brexit that all other legislation becomes secondary. Whilst domestic legislation has not been neglected altogether, with Bills on tackling domestic abuse, reforming the courts, and a consultation on social care, this Queen\u2019s Speech was […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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Post-Election analysis<\/h3>\r\n

by Jamie Leich<\/h5>\r\n

As we take stock of last week’s shock General Election result and the pieces fall into place, Interel has provided an analysis of events over the last few days and look at what is likely to unfold in the coming days and weeks. You can read our full analysis here<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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General Election Morning Update<\/h3>\r\n

by Jamie Leich<\/h5>\r\n

Summary of the night The UK has a Hung Parliament. Forecasts suggest the Conservatives have just enough MPs to form a working majority provided they can elicit support from the DUP, forming a coalition or electoral alliance. Theresa May\u2019s position as Prime Minister is in doubt following a catastrophic gamble which looks set to end […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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A Labour Government: the first 100 days<\/h3>\r\n

by Michael McLaughlin<\/h5>\r\n

In the eventuality of all possibilities tonight, we take a look at what a potential Labour Government might look like in its first 100 days. Leadership Jeremy Corbyn has been asked a lot about his leadership qualities in recent days, repeatedly saying that his current Shadow Cabinet will form the next government, perhaps with some […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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The five scenarios we could wake up to after the General Election<\/h3>\r\n

by Jamie Leich<\/h5>\r\n

Right now, filed somewhere in a Civil Service cabinet in Whitehall, is a folder containing several envelopes, all detailing the different scenarios that could come from the General Election result. Although Interel has not yet been tasked with running the Government, it is worth going through what the different scenarios could be, and what their […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n

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End of the campaign, election night and key constituencies to watch<\/h3>\r\n

by Kenneth Pritchard<\/h5>\r\n

As we enter the final stage of the General Election campaign, a synchronised sigh of relief was let out from journalists, pundits and politicos in Westminster. Whoever said six weeks was too short for a General Election campaign could not have predicted the roller coaster, we as a country, were about to embark on. The […]<\/p>\n<\/main>\r\n <\/a>\r\n <\/article>\r\n<\/div>\r\n