UK PM Theresa May's plan to recruit Northern Ireland backers to stay in power has raised concerns in Dublin. Her cabinet reshuffle may signal a more open stance on Brexit talks with Europe.
The UK's Brexit Minister David Davis has defended Prime Minister Theresa May after an electoral setback that cast doubt over prospects of a hard Brexit. May will Monday try and convice party MPs she should remain leader.
To move Brexit forward, a different style of negotiation is needed - and compromise is the only option, Labour’s Member of Parliament Chris Bryant tells DW.
The Northern Irish DUP party has reached an "outline agreement" and is continuing talks towards supporting a Conservative government. Prime Minister May intends to start Brexit talks "in the next couple of weeks."
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