'Significant progress' in Theresa May's talks with the DUP

That could solve problems for Northern Ireland, where even May's pro-Brexit prospective allies want to keep the island's land border open to avoid disrupting a 20-year-old peace in the troubled province.It could also allay fears of disruption to complex supply chains for manufacturers, but a customs deal on goods would do little to help London's big banking and insurance industries, which face exclusion from the EU-regulated market in services.Finance industry chiefs told Reuters they were pushing ahead with plans to shift staff and operations to the continent since they could not afford to wait for details of an orderly Brexit deal and had to be prepared for talks breaking down.In another sign of economic actors taking decisions based on a view Britain will be isolated from its neighbours, a medical charity said the number of nurses from European Union countries registering to work in Britain - a key part of the healthcare workforce - had dropped 96 percent since the Brexit referendum. The Conservatives are considering an arrangement in which the DUP backs May on the budget and her confidence motions in return for policies favorable to Northern Ireland - a situation that could lead to huge benefits for a small part of the United Kingdom.

Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) leader Arlene Foster and deputy leader Nigel Dodds speak to the media at Stormont Castle ahead of talks aimed at restoring powersharing in Northern Ireland, in in Belfast, Monday, June 12, 2017.

Talks between Theresa May and the DUP over a deal that would prop up the Conservative government have been "constructive" and are "going well", according to Arlene Foster.

May desperately needs the DUP's 10 seats to pass legislation. "We are ready as soon as the United Kingdom itself is ready", he said.

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May is under pressure to take on a more cross-party approach to Brexit talks. The Evening Standard, edited by ex-Treasury chief George Osborne, is reporting that Cabinet ministers have initiated talks with Labour lawmakers.

Even the idea of an alliance is complicated, however.

Foster's rivals in Northern Ireland, such as Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams, have objected.

'Any deal which undercuts the Good Friday and other agreements has to be opposed by progressives'.

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The stakes for May are high.

A failure to gain support from the Northern Irish party would risk the Queen's Speech being voted down next week, and Mr Corbyn has said Labour will be pushing hard for that outcome.

"If that's not possible, the Labour Party stands ready to offer strong and stable leadership in the national interest".

He added: "The Government has actually acted in good faith and I think again this is just being, trying, looking for something with which to attack the Government and what they should do is to concentrate on the realities of the situation".

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In an interview with a group of European newspapers, Barnier lamented that it was already three months since May had formally triggered the two-year process of Britain leaving the European Union. "I can't negotiate with myself".

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