THERESA May has been left humiliated by her own DUP partners today as a deal to form a Government in Northern Ireland broke down just 48 hours after she flew to Belfast.
DUP leader Arlene Foster said this afternoon that there was "no prospect" of forming an administration with
THERESA MAY's new Northern Ireland Secretary earned a stinging rebuke from their DUP allies after claiming extra cash negotiated for propping up the PM could still be withheld.
A week into the job, red faced Karen Bradley admitted that her language had been “clumsy” after the awkard gaffe.
THERESA MAY is on course to overturn a Lords vote which would enforce a new Leveson-style inquiry into the media.
The PM yesterday slammed the ambush by Labour and Lib Dem peers on Wednesday night.
Cabinet sources last night revealed they were “fairly confident” of defeating the moves in the
BRITS have been forced to turn to Google to help them understand the political climate yet again in 2017.
Today it’s revealed that the top two most searched ‘What if’ questions on the search engine were to do with June’s election.
And four out of ten were about politics generally.
UPSTAIRS No10 staff were belting out Christmas karaoke songs at their annual bash — but downstairs Theresa May was at her desk waiting for one of the most important calls of her career.
As the music blared out from the grand Downing Street state rooms, the Prime Minister joked:
THE DUP dealt Theresa May a fresh Brexit blow last night by threatening to delay a divorce deal with Brussels for “as long as necessary”.
The clock is ticking down fast to the hard deadline for a deal by Friday, or it will slip into next year and send
THERESA May vowed to get a Brexit deal before the end of the week after Ireland’s leader was last night blamed for the UK and Brussels failing to reach an agreement.
Sources at No 10 branded Taoiseach Leo Varadkar “foolish” for claiming victory over the PM prematurely.
After a day of
ARLENE FOSTER tonight stood firm on the Brexit deal which was scuppered by the DUP - and blamed the Irish government for the collapse of the agreement.
Theresa May has been pleading with the unionist party to agree with her Irish border plans, but the DUP leader snubbed talks in
IRELAND could be given their own seat at trade negotiations between Britain and Brussels in a desperate bid to stop them blocking the new talks.
The “special status” concession plan emerged as EU and British negotiators rushed to hammer out a solution to the Irish border problem and Theresa
BRUSSELS had to know Britain would put nothing more on the table. Theresa May was right to fly out and tell them in person.
It took some nerve, too, given that Jean-Claude Juncker and his toxic sidekick Martin Selmayr are as trustworthy as snakes. It is shameful they are
THERESA May must get Philip Hammond to be more upbeat on Brexit or sack him, say the DUP MPs propping up her fragile Government.
A source in the Northern Irish party say they are “deeply concerned” about his behaviour which they suggest he was “trying to frustrate the negotiating
HEY, guess what? Theresa May has shaken the famous magic money tree and – would you believe it – a whole bunch of money has fallen out.
The cap on public sector pay has been scrapped. First in line for a raise are the coppers and the screws.
The Prime Minister needs the backing of the Ulster MPs to get controversial laws passed
No controversial votes were held in the Commons last week, or will be this week.
The Prime Minister signed a deal with the DUP after the general election disaster
Instead, a very light agenda of routine
News watchers have eagerly been awaiting to see Theresa since the General Election 2017 results came in and when she would be making her trip to Buckingham Palace.
And around 12:20pm today, the Prime Minister made her way out of Number 10 Downing Street in a bold blue skirt suit with her husband Philip May by