The Express tonight writes that DUP held “good talks” with British ministers today as they sought more assurances on the backstop, ahead of Theresa May’s deal being voted on by MPS for a third time next week.
DUP held talks over the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal, amid suggestions Northern Ireland could be offered more money. Chancellor Philip Hammond was one of the senior ministers in the meeting, which lead to speculation by MPs that the government may be thinking about setting aside more money for the DUP as part of its “confidence and supply” agreement.
You can read the article here; Is TIDE TURNING for May? DUP considers BACKING PM’s deal at third vote
Source: The Express