The first round of formal negotiations on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union will begin on June 19, it has been confirmed.
David Davis, who leads the Department for Exiting the European Union, says in a joint statement Thursday that the decision comes after discussion in Brussels.
Since her gamble on a snap election failed a week ago, May has come under pressure from some in her own party to change her approach to Brexit talks.
The Queen's Speech, a formal ceremony during which the queen reads out the government's plans for the new legislation term, will be held Wednesday. The talks must be completed and endorsed by parliaments by the end of March 2019.
Liberal Democrat MP Alistair Carmichael said: "The Conservatives can not go from weak and wobbly to business as usual in three days".
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Meanwhile, a Conservative source told Reuters talks with the DUP have been very positive and constructive so far with broad agreement on some principles, but they are not putting a time frame on when a deal will be done.
The ITV presenter has been led to believe that the DUP is "100 per cent committed to the United Kingdom leaving the Single Market AND the Customs Union" - having preferred to use its bargaining power to press for plans to introduce means-testing for the winter fuel allowance and scrap the pensions triple lock to be dropped.
The Prime Minister triggered Article 50, the legal process for leaving the European Union, on 29 March.
"Theresa May must immediately create a cross-party joint cabinet committee to negotiate Brexit".
Foster said talks with May would continue into next week.
Mr Barnier is due to report back to leaders of the 27 other EU states on Thursday to review progress ahead of a two-day summit of the European Council attended by Theresa May which starts later that day. "It's our dominating theme today and will remain so over the weekend as bodies are recovered and we start to get a sense of the scale of the tragedy".