The first big parliamentary test for Theresa May's minority government will come at the end of the month when MPs vote on the Queen's Speech.
So, this will be the first real test for May. She has one week to cobble together government policy and get it approved by parliament before it can be presented by the Queen at the end of the month.
Will May pass this first hurdle? Will the DUP actually bother to turn up at Westminster? They don't usually?