Thought agreement with DUP almost a fact
london - The Conservative Party of British Prime Minister Theresa May appears to be on trial with the Northern Irish Party DUP. The BBC reported Tuesday that the parties agreed to the agreement and could probably seize the agreement within 24 hours.
May and DUP leader Arlene Foster delivered an appointment to the London Prime Minister's office for more than an hour on Tuesday. Foster later confirmed that the negotiations went well. She expressed the hope that the talks can be completed soon.
May needs support from the ten DUP parliamentarians because its party has eight seats short of a parliamentary majority. Not all conservatives are excited about the planned cooperation. For example, former Prime Minister John Major expressed his doubts as he fears of potential negative consequences for the Northern Ireland peace process. Major wondered whether the government in London could still be seen as a neutral party if the unionists gave support.
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