Northern Irish DUP may back UK PM’s Brexit deal next week



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Northern Irish DUP may back UK PM’s Brexit deal next week

On Saturday, the 16th of March 2019, a Spectator Magazine report revealed that the Norther Irish party, DUP, which had been highly critical to pass PM May’s amended Brexit deal through the UK House of Commons, would likely to support PM May’s third Brexit vote next week, after supporting the Brexit oppositions during the previous two Brexit votes, which experienced landslide defeats for UK PM Theresa May’s Brexit deal, even triggering a vote of confidence for May’s governorship, which a majority of UK lawmakers rejected, saying that the United Kingdom had not yet been prepared for another election within two years, PM May took the office.

According to Saturday’s (March 16th) Spectator Magazine report, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), with ten lawmakers in UK parliament has been leaning slowly towards backing PM May’s amended Brexit deal, after receiving an insurance in the recent past that there would be no separation between Northern Ireland and Britain.

Apart from that, the Spectator Magazine report had also added that a cabinet minister from UK PM May’s Conservative party, who had been in talks with DUP, told the Spectator Magazine that the chances of DUP backing PM May’s Brexit deal were around 60 percent.