JUBILANT Boris Johnson will toast his 109 new MPs at a bash in Parliament after his stunning election triumph.
Tory bosses say they have had to order 50 extra bottles of wine because the landslide win gave the PM more members than expected.
Boris Johnson will toast the new MPs at a bash in Parliament
Boris will use Thursdays Queens Speech to unveil a series of measures designed to repay the working-class voters who deserted Labour in their droves to back him.
Details came as behind-the-scenes photos emerged of his celebrations when Thursday nights exit poll pointed to his emphatic victory.
It will include radical new laws for housing tenants to finally bring an end to no-fault evictions, an effective ban on rail strikes and an end to early prison release for terrorists.
On Friday, the PM will take the first fresh step towards his priority of getting Brexit done by holding the historic Commons vote on his EU deal with Brussels.
But last night, Tory sources began to reveal the contents of Thursdays speech, which sets out the Governments legislative agenda for the next 12 months.
More than 11million renters will be protected by the move to repeal section 21 of the Housing Act 1988, which allows landlords to take back properties without needing a reason.
The PM will tell new MPs to use the next five years to relentlessly make his election pledges come true to reward the partys new supporters in the former Labour heartlands of the North.
The Queens Speech will also include a law to stop councils and other public bodies boycotting products from other countries such as Israel.
Mr Johnson will also appoint at least two new members to his Cabinet.
Summing up what the PMs message will be to his new MPs today, a No10 source said last night: The seismic events on Thursday returned Conservative MPs in Bolsover, in Blythe and in Bishop Auckland to name but a few.
“This election and the new generation of MPs that have resulted from Labour towns turning blue will help change our politics for the better.
The PM has been clear we have a responsibility to deliver a better future for our country and that we must repay the public’s trust by getting Brexit done.
He also said they would be building a better Britain for everyone in this country, regardless of how they voted.
He added: Our job is to serve the people of this country, and the peoples government will deliver on the peoples priorities.
Behind-the-scenes snaps show Boris celebrating with girlfriend Carrie on Thursday night
Tory bosses had to order extra booze for the welcome party because the win was bigger than expected
Boris will tell new MPs to use the next five years to relentlessly make his election pledges come true