UK, Theresa May Seeking Political Support From Northern Ireland – DUP Leader In London For Talks

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As MPs return to Westminster, leader of Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party Arlene Foster has touched down in London for talks with UK Prime Minister Theresa May. DUP support is needed to get the Queen’s speech passed through Parliament. “We enter these talks in a positive fashion. We are, first and foremost, Unionists, and therefore we…


 


 


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