Research shows unionists prefer Brexit over the territorial integrity of the UK

Research shows unionists prefer Brexit over the territorial integrity of the UK

Research shows unionists prefer Brexit over the territorial integrity of the UK

"If Theresa May doesn't take our concerns on board, she may not be the leader to take us through Brexit".

In an explicit threat to the prime minister, DUP sources made clear that they will vote against the government's budget - regarded as a confidence motion - if she agrees to a muted backstop agreement with the EU.

The prime minister will hold an extended discussion on Brexit at the cabinet meeting on Tuesday, the eve of her trip to Brussels, where she hopes to outline a compromise deal on the Irish border.

Should she press ahead with the plans, it is likely the 10 DUP MPs will vote against the deal, as they do not want Northern Ireland to be treated differently from Great Britain.

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At his latest appearance in parliament, where divisions over how to leave the European Union were on display, Raab moved to downplay one of the thorniest parts of the talks - a so-called backstop arrangement to prevent the return of a hard border between the British province of Northern Ireland and European Union member Ireland.

Barnier said customs forms could be completed in advance online and the "only visible systematic checks" would involve scanning bar codes on lorries or containers on ferries or in ports.

A Brexit deal is "within reach" next week, European Union negotiator Michel Barnier said on Wednesday, even as he rammed home his insistence that Britain must accept possible checks on trade between its mainland and Northern Ireland. They know where we stand.

The EU negotiator insisted "checks" would be needed between the United Kingdom and the bloc in future, and they could not happen between Northern Ireland and the Republic.

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Sinn Fein MLA Mairtin O Muilleoir said the comments signalled a "bizarre new low" for the DUP over Brexit, adding: "Never mind the catastrophic impact on our economy and communities across Ireland, none of that matters to the DUP if there's going to be checks on lasagne crossing the Irish Sea".

"That's why the backstop proposed by Barnier is unacceptable to us".

"The reason we signed the agreement was to ensure Brexit", Mrs Foster said on October 1. Asked whether that implied her supporters are ready to "fight and die" for them, she replied: "What I meant by that is that they are deep red - they're not pink". But he stressed: "Brexit was not our choice".

The Tory Brexiteers won't support her Chequers plan for leaving the European Union which could mean she relies on Labour to get Parliamentary approval for a deal, Steve Baker said.

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If 40 of her lawmakers voted against a possible deal, the fate of the government and exit process would depend on the opposition Labour Party, which has indicated it will vote against nearly any deal May might secure.

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