Jean-Claude Juncker has said that he hopes Britain's shock general election results will not impact Brexit negotiations.
The President of the European Commission said: "I do strongly hope that Britain will stay ready to open negotiations. As far as the Commission is concerned, we can open negotiations tomorrow morning at half-past-nine.
"So we are waiting for visitors coming from London. I hope that we will not experience a further delay in the conclusion of these negotiations."
Theresa May is expected to receive a frosty reception when she meets the 1922 Committee later. But what do we know about the group?
The Prime Minister appointed her former leadership rival as Environment Secretary as she confirms her new top team.
He insisted he would be backing Theresa May as leader and has warned MPs to "calm down and get behind the Prime Minister".