DON’T ROLL OVER: DUP’s Firey Message To May
If Theresa May was hoping for some tea and sympathy from the Democratic Unionist Party following yet another car-crash trip to Brussels then Arlene Foster, the DUP’s leader, poured cold water of that this morning:
The Prime Minister has promised to get legally binding changes. The reaction by the EU is unsurprising. They are doing what they always do. The key question is whether the PM will stand up to them or whether she will roll over as has happened previously. pic.twitter.com/h0UcxLqXj9
— Arlene Foster (@DUPleader) 14 December 2018
It certainly looks like Foster’s patience with May is running out. The bottom two lines where she says the current “difficulty” is of the Prime Ministers “own making” and again where she admonishes May for not listening to the DUP surely indicate a level of frustration which will surely boil over soon enough.
May meanwhile has said that there is more “work to do” but directly contradicting her earlier comments that ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’ she said it is better to leave with a deal:
Theresa May is asked “yes or no” if she would be prepared for Britain to trade on WTO terms under no deal. PM says it’s better to leave with a deal
— Sky News Politics (@SkyNewsPolitics) December 14, 2018
How long the DUP will tolerate the current situation is now very much open to question.
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