Theresa May to meet DUP leader Arlene Foster to secure minority government deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet with the leader of the Democratic Unionist Northern Ireland (DUP) Arlene Foster to negotiate an agreement to form a minority government led by the Conservatives. It will be Foster’s headquarters to eliminate conditions of party support and have agreed to vote with the Conservatives in the House of Commons policies to obtain bills.
Mayo said the party, with 10 crucial deputies to constitute a majority in the House of Commons for the Conservatives will not have veto rights over key policies. The DUP should make a better economic deal for Northern Ireland, the central factor in any deal, officially termed “Trust and Supply Agreement.”
“We are entering the talks positively, we are mainly trade unionists and that is how we want to ensure unity. But we approach these talks with the national interest of the heart,” Foster said before the meeting.
Last night, May 1922 has faced members of the hard disk committee of the final part of his party amid a brewing rebellion over the net after his bet to call a General election that failed, leaving conservatives eight seats to the majority.
She would have apologized to conservative parliamentarians accepting personal responsibility for not having won an absolute victory and relinquishing the parliamentary majority she inherited when David Cameron became leader after Brexit referendum last year. “I get into this mess, and I’m going to leave,” May’s party MPs said.
Meanwhile, Parliamentary Affairs will start today as the House of Commons will elect a new president and the House of Lords will begin asserment. After attending a cabinet meeting, followed by his meeting with the head of the DUP at Downing Street in May since traveling to Paris to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron.
Joint plans will be announced from social media companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google if they fail to remove the extremist content from their websites.
“We are united in our utter condemnation of terrorism and our commitment to eliminate this evil,” May said before his visit.
The two leaders will hold bilateral dialogue to attend an international football match against France vs England.
Hopefully an ally of Macron before the official opening of the Brexit negotiations, which should take place next week. It is expected that the Brexit negotiations with the European Union (EU) to start on Monday, have been postponed until next week.