The outspoken no-deal Brexiteer and European Research Group chairman appeared at a Democratic Unionist dinner at the Tullyglass Hotel in Ballymena last night.
The guest list also included prominent Brexiteer and co-founder of the Leave.EU campaign, Arron Banks.
Banks praised the DUP as “fundamental” to Brexit, claiming if it was delivered, it would be “because of the DUP”.
But the only elected Tory in Northern Ireland said he would expect Rees-Mogg to have supported his own party, rather than another.
Councillor David Harding said he understood that the chairman of the Northern Ireland Conservatives “will be having a word” with ees-Mogg about the matter. Continue reading Tories question what Rees-Mogg was doing at DUP dinner
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Members of Parliament, led by Stuart McDonald, have tabled an Early Day Motion to raise awareness and call for an end to the Home Office profiteering from children’s right to citizenship. This already has cross-party support from Conservative, DUP, Green, Independent, Labour, Liberal Democrat, Plaid Cymru and SNP parties. Continue reading HOME OFFICE: STOP BLOCKING MIGRANT CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
Last night, the DUP voted with the government to defeat a Labour amendment on the Offensive Weapons Bill. It’s a reminder that, although they’re set to vote against the Brexit deal, the DUP remains the government’s confidence-and-supply partner. The New Statesman has found that “even to overcome Labour’s EEA rebels, you would need 21 Conservative MPs to vote for another referendum”. And just nine Tories have declared their support for a public vote so far. Continue reading BREXIT: ‘A Car Crash’ Or Birth of British Posterity
DUP will ‘review’ confidence and supply agreement if Theresa May’s Brexit deal passes parliament
|AIWA! NO!|DUP leader Arlene Foster has said her party will “review” the confidence and supply agreement with the Conservative Party if Theresa May’s Brexit deal passes parliament.
Mrs Foster, appearing on The Andrew Marr Show the day after the DUP conference in Belfast, said there were no circumstances under which her party would support the current deal.
“There is very much a border down the Irish Sea as a result of this and that’s way we can’t support this deal,” she said.
Continue reading BRITISH PRIME Minister May Says The DUP Says ‘The Confidence & Supply Agreement’ Remains In Place