london - The British Prime Minister Theresa May tries to get the tolerated DUP on Tuesday so that she agrees with the deal that almost closed Monday on the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland. The Northern Irish DUP set foot on the plan to allow Northern Ireland access to the European internal market, leaving May home empty-handed.
'The DUP holds this government in power and we should not underestimate their political position,' said former minister of Brexitzaken David Jones against The Guardian.
The Northern Irish border is not the only stumbling block in the negotiations. The EU and Great Britain also do not agree on the influence of the European Court of Justice after the Brexit and the position of EU citizens living in the country.