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DUP leader sees no-deal Brexit as 'likeliest outcome' - The Observer
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It’s 2091, the 72nd year of the transition period. The DUP are still refusing to allow checks in the Irish Sea. At school, a small child learns that Brexit was about taking control. But we’re rule-takers”, he says. The teacher sighs and starts to explain: “it began with a bus…
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If somehow we manage to salvage a sovereign Brexit, a large slab of the credit will go to the Ulster Unionists. After threatening to veto the upcoming budget, theyve launched an attack directly on Theresa May. 👍 Support us at
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If the EU is a mafia-style organisation that says ‘if you want to leave we will kneecap you’ then all the better for leaving. @Jacob_Rees_Mogg tells Leave Means Leave rally Britain can handle potential chaos at the Channel ports after Brexit
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So the DUP are threatening to withdraw their support unless May changes her Brexit plans. Several cabinet ministers are threatening to resign over Brexit. What total and completely self-inflicted chaos!
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Brexit has become a horror show under May.
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4/~ Brussels cannot offer anything that the DUP will accept. So the only option as Jonathan Lis says in @guardian is to fool the DUP into accepting the backstop through subterfuge. But theyre not buying it.
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A backstop with a time limit is by definition no longer a backstop. There can be no dilution of the only guarantee we have in this Tory/DUP Brexit debacle.
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You’ve got to hand it to the DUP, they’re playing Theresa May like a fiddle. The Scottish Tory MPs? Supine.
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OBSERVER: Leaked emails reveal DUP Chief ‘ready for no deal Brexit’ #tomorrowspaperstoday
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So Theresa May proposes to use our taxpayers’ money to bribe the DUP into betraying Brexit — and betraying the voters. I don’t think they’ll go for it.
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‘I feel the hand of history on my shoulders, and the hand of Peter Robinson in my pocket.’ Perhaps as she negotiates with the DUP on #Brexit, @theresa_may should remember this from Gordon Brown’s ‘My Life, Out Times’: