DUP-partijleidster Arlene Foster and vice-chairman, Nigel Dodds, met Johnson and his team Wednesday in a back room of the British parliament. The meeting would be forty minutes have lasted. What exactly was discussed, seeped out to the press, but according to observers it is a new evidence that the press May continue to increase.Read also party members saw plenty of the legs of May after ‘painful’ brexittop
The DUP has May has previously warned that the agreement that her party has with the government (the DUP gives gedoogsteun since June 2017) at the end of the parliamentary year “to be refreshed”. Foster refused recently to say whether they still have confidence in May when she talked it was addressed after a meeting with Michel Barnier, brexithoofdonderhandelaar of the EU.