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Why the DUP’s approach to May’s Brexit deal may be more cautious than you think

It’s ironic that a region ignored in the build-up to the Referendum vote is now the axis of all negotiations which determine the Prime Minister’s success

By Adrianne Peltz  

DUP leader Arlene Foster and deputy leader Nigel Dodds in Westminster, London, following a meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May and Northern Ireland Secretary Karen Bradley to discuss the powersharing impasse.

Betwixt and between, the Prime Minister has survived the attempt to oust her with enough support to secure another 12 months of leadership—yet without enough support from her own Party to see her Brexit deal pass through Parliament. For bystanders, political hacks and the countless businesses reliant on the passage of this bill for clarity, the…

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