TIMELINE-Timetable for Britain’s political talks

May 10 (BestGrowthStock) – Britain’s two biggest opposition parties
said they made progress on Monday at talks to reach a
power-sharing deal after an inconclusive election that has left
markets looking for a swift resolution to political deadlock.

Following are meetings scheduled for Monday and the timeline
for the new parliament:

May 10

From 1200 GMT – Liberal Democrat parliamentarians were
meeting party leader Nick Clegg. The Lib Dems have 57 members in
the 650-seat parliament.

1600 GMT – Lib Dem Federal Executive scheduled to meet. The
35-person executive includes representatives of party members
from across the country and spokespeople for its MPs and members
of the upper house.

Any government deal would require the approval of a 3/4
majority of both the parliamentary party and federal executive.

1700 GMT – Conservative members of parliament meet for first
time since election. Party won 306 seats in election, leaving it
20 seats short of a majority.

May 18 – Parliament will reconvene for the first time since
the election. The initial sessions are procedural, with the
commons electing a speaker and swearing in new members.

May 25 – The new government delivers its legislative agenda
in the Queen’s Speech.

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TIMELINE-Timetable for Britain’s political talks