In an ITV interview on Tuesday, the Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) lawmaker Sammy Wilson said that “confidence and supply arrangement does not oblige DU to sign up to Brexit deal ‘death warrant’.”
Wilson noted that they feel under “less pressure” to support PM’s deal now that the Parliament is doing its own thing.
“Happy just to let Brexit spiral into No Deal. Not sure the optics of this are quite as simple as PM might hope,” he added.
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