Friday, June 9, 2017

British PM May reaches deal with Northern Ireland party

Northern Ireland's Democratic Union Party said it reached a deal with Britain's Conservative Party to keep Prime Minister Theresa May in power.

DUP leaders said talks through the night on Thursday were driven by their desire to keep Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn from becoming prime minister. In Thursday's parliamentary election, the ruling Conservative Party won 318 seats, eight short of a majority; support from the 21 Parliament members of the DUP, regarded as Britain's most socially conservative party, would cement May's status to continue leading Britain's government.

The Labor Party now has 261 seats in Parliament.

Both sides stopped short of calling the deal a coalition. The DUP, a small but now influential political party, said it would consider a "confidence and supply" agreement by which it would provide support in the House of Commons to the Conservatives in exchange for enactment of some of its policies...

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