The former Labour MP for Basildon and the party's leader in the House of Lords, Baroness Angela Smith, has said she's concerned for the future of the Good Friday Agreement.
It's after the Conservatives failed to win a majority in last week's general election and Theresa May said she would form a government with the support of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
Baroness Smith worked in the Northern Ireland Office for several years and said: "My great worry is that the Good Friday Agreement, which underpins all the changes and peace in Northern Ireland, is going to be very difficult.
"It is compromised by the government doing a deal with the DUP."
However she said there seemed to be very little appetite from Tory MPs to go to the polls again:
"Looking at the Conservative MPs and hearing what they've had to say over the weekend, a lot of them aren't very keen on having another general election.
"Some of them in Essex who went into this election with big majorities, came out with very small ones."