london - British Prime Minister Theresa May has reached an agreement with the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to inform its minority cabinet on an informal basis. That has announced the Press Association on Saturday evening, calling on information from May's bureau. That did not want to respond to the message.
The DUP, which has ten seats in the House of Commons, is prepared to help parliament in the necessary votes to pass on the main lines, but will not form a coalition with the Conservatives.
The British Prime Minister hoped that new elections would refer Labor to anonymity and give her an extraordinary mandate for the brexit negotiations. She was heavily cheated on Thursday. With the help of the Northern Irish Unionists, the party of deceased dominee Ian Paisley, the winged May seems to have a workable majority.