london - British Prime Minister Theresa May and the Northern Irish Party DUP may not know until next week whether they have reached a political agreement. Sources within the DUP tell the BBC that it's 'inappropriate' due to the fire in a London tower flat to go out on Wednesday with the news.
These sources emphasize that the two parties are about to conclude an agreement on tolerance support for the Conservative Government. Due to the delay, the presentation of a final agreement can be expected until next week. According to UK broadcasting, this may also delay the brexit negotiations.
Due to the fire in London's residential tower, tens of thousands of people were injured on Wednesday night. An unknown number of people also came to life.