Queen's Speech: South east MPs reveal views on whether PM would 'last two years'

No more grammar schools, no mention of fox hunting - and no robes, and no horse and carriage either. Yesterday's Queens Speech was a 'low-key' affair. The emphasis was on Brexit, but the deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists that would guarantee the Conservatives an easier ride over the next few years, wasn't mentioned. MPs from the south east were aware the chances of the Government completing a full five-year term were slim. Our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby bas been speaking to some of them.