George Galloway says this period of government is going to be as bad as it was in the 1920s - and, possibly, even worse.
Theresa May failed to win a majority in the general election, leading to the Conservatives and the DUP agreeing a deal to support the minority government.
Galloway, speaking before the deal was finalised, said: "The quality of governance in Britain over the next period is going to be as low as it’s been since the 1920s at the very least - and I may be doing a disservice to the 1920s in that regard.
"The Tories are quite ruthless normally but ponder this - if they bring down Theresa May, the chances are the Queen will say we must have, then, another general election.
"At which point a very significant number of Conservative MPs will lose their seats and at which point the DUP will have to consider, 'will this general election bring to power Jeremy Corbyn?'"
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