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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 26, 2017 11:40 am

http://news.sky.com/story/dup-and-conservatives-make-confidence-and-supply-deal-10927704

The DUP has signed a deal with the Conservatives to support Theresa May's minority government.

Sources close to the negotiations say about £1bn in "new money" has been made to Northern Ireland's largest party in exchange for support from its 10 MPs on key votes in the Commons.

The agreement was signed inside Downing Street by Tory chief whip Gavin Williamson and the DUP's Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, while party leaders Theresa May and Arlene Foster watched on.



Speaking inside Number 10, the Prime Minister said: "As we set out at the beginning of the talks, we share many values in terms of wanting to see prosperity across the UK, the value of the union, the important bond between the different parts of the United Kingdom.

"We very much want to see that protected and enhanced and we also share the desire to ensure a strong government, able to put through its programme and provide for issues like the Brexit negotiations, but also national security issues.

"So the agreement we have come to is a very, very good one, and look forward to working with you."



Say what you like about the DUP, they're not daft (unlike Sturgeon and co). That's a fantastic deal they've got for Northern Ireland.

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Post  Lamplighter on Mon Jun 26, 2017 12:13 pm

EAT YER HEART OUT, CORBYN!!!! YOU AIN'T GONNA BE PM TODAY!!!! LL yaydance thumbsup
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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 26, 2017 12:29 pm

No, he's not, and unless something unforeseen happens, by the time the next election comes round, Corbyn and his cronies will have been exposed for the lying scumbags they really are.

Also - neither the Lib Dems nor the SNP are likely to try to bring down the government, for all their noise. It would be political suicide to inflict yet another election on long-suffering Brits. And now everyone knows who to vote for to get the remaining SNP MPs out - most of them are hanging on by the skin of their teeth.

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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 26, 2017 12:37 pm

Incidentally, something is being overlooked in all the hoo-ha over the DUP's domestic social policies - both Sinn Fein and the SDLP are in broad agreement with them.

Their economic policies are actually fairly sensible, and include getting rid of the BBC licence. They also seem to have saved Mrs May from her own folly, by persuading her to abandon the Dementia Tax and other vote-losers.

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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 26, 2017 12:43 pm

https://order-order.com/2017/06/26/deal-done-may-hands-dup-1-billion/#disqus_thread

Arlene Foster drives a hard bargain, especially considering the Tories didn’t need a formal deal for the government to survive. £ rising on the news…

UPDATE: You can download and read the deal in full here. Additional details of UK government financial support for Northern Ireland have also been released. It is intended to last for the entire length of the parliament…

UPDATE II: Key details:

+ £400m for Northern Ireland infrastructure

+ £150m for superfast broadband

+ £100m for immediate health and education pressures

+ £200m for health service transformation

+ £50m for mental health

+£100m for relieving deprivation


A very sweet deal indeed - might be an idea to put Ms Foster in charge of Brexit.

I suspect she has considerably more backbone than most UK politicians having seen her father crawling around their kitchen floor covered in blood, having been shot in the head by Corbyn's IRA chums.

And then the school bus she was on was blown up by Corbyn's IRA chums.

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Post  Lamplighter on Mon Jun 26, 2017 1:50 pm

Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones said the Conservative-DUP deal "all but kills the idea of fair funding for all nations and regions".

"It is outrageous that the prime minister believes she can secure her own political future by throwing money at Northern Ireland whilst completely ignoring the rest of the UK," he said.

Ian Blackford, the Scottish National Party's leader at Westminster, said it was a "grubby deal" that "summed up how little the Tories care about Scotland".
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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:04 pm

Ian Blackford, the Scottish National Party's leader at Westminster, said it was a "grubby deal" that "summed up how little the Tories care about Scotland"

I can't really comment on Wales, but within hours of the last Brexit vote being counted, Sturgeon was running round with her hair on fire, doing her best to undermine the UK government.

Looks like going to Brussels and Berlin in search of allies to wreck Brexit wasn't such a good idea after all - it's a pity Sturgeon didn't have half the political skills Ms Foster clearly has, or we too might have had a nice little windfall in return for behaving like grown-ups.

The Scottish Leave vote was 1,018,322.

The SNP vote in the recent General Election was 977,569.

I think that demonstrates the scale of her screw-up?

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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 26, 2017 3:48 pm

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Says she who did a grubby deal with the Greens to prop up her minority government so she could cling to power and foist an unwanted second referendum (hopefully abandoned) on us.

Oh, and who also did a grubby deal with the Greens so they only put up three candidates in the General Election, thereby saving the SNP from being all but wiped out.

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Post  Sabot on Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:42 pm


I am not happy about this alliance, but probably nothing else to be done. And fortunately it is none of my business anyway.

Dear God that the Tories would need to depend on people who ultimately destroyed Irish Catholics.
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Post  bb1 on Mon Jun 26, 2017 8:11 pm

Thing is, Sabot, both the SDLP and Sinn Fein share similar views on social matters to the DUP - Catholics aren't really known for being keen on either abortion or same-sex marriages. Those are a matter for Northern Ireland, not us.

The DUP have put an end to Mrs May's bout of madness over Dementia Taxes and winter fuel allowances, and won a huge payday for all of Northern Ireland - that's the sort of thing good politicians are supposed to do.

It's not ideal, but it solves a lot of problems, and frankly, I find the DUP a lot less scary than Corbyn and his IRA chums.

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Post  Sabot on Mon Jun 26, 2017 8:52 pm

bb1 wrote:Thing is, Sabot, both the SDLP and Sinn Fein share similar views on social matters to the DUP - Catholics aren't really known for being keen on either abortion or same-sex marriages. Those are a matter for Northern Ireland, not us.

The DUP have put an end to Mrs May's bout of madness over Dementia Taxes and winter fuel allowances, and won a huge payday for all of Northern Ireland - that's the sort of thing good politicians are supposed to do.

It's not ideal, but it solves a lot of problems, and frankly, I find the DUP a lot less scary than Corbyn and his IRA chums.

Yar. All good stuff, no doubt.

I tend to keep my opinions on Ireland to myself, mainly because they wouldn't go down well. But any fool who would depend on some Protestant Party needs a reality check.
They will bleed her dry.. And she will live to regret this. It will never be worth whatever she thinks she might gain.
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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:24 am

I wouldn't worry too much, Sabot, Sinn Fein will simply perform yet another contortion if they get a sniff of Perfidious Albion's £££££££££££,


Sinn Fein collapsed the executive earlier this year after demanding Mrs Foster resign over her role in a renewable energy scandal.
Mrs Foster will now enter talks with Sinn Fein warning the republican party will only be able to help spend the new cash from Westminster if it agrees to her staying on.
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams said: 'The price of today's DUP-Tory deal is DUP support for continued Tory Austerity and cuts to public services.
'It provides a blank cheque for a Tory Brexit which threatens the Good Friday Agreement.'
Mr Adams signalled Sinn Fein could eventually support the deal but warned 'the devil is in the detail'.



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4638970/May-meets-DUP-leader-Arlene-Foster-Downing-Street.html#ixzz4lBVu22UY
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I have never yet worked out how Adams and co reconcile refusing to take their seats, with being more than happy to take large sums of money from the parliament they profess to despise.

But politics is a dirty game, and so far, the DUP has played it much better than our idiot Sturgeon. And it's not as if the DUP hasn't been courted by other parties:

https://order-order.com/2017/06/26/nigel-dodds-threatens-publish-labour-correspondence-dup/

NIGEL DODDS THREATENS TO PUBLISH LABOUR’S 2010 AND 2015 CORRESPONDENCE WITH DUP

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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 27, 2017 8:58 am

Dublin fails to have hysterics:



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Post  bb1 on Tue Jun 27, 2017 2:59 pm

So, Sturgeon's bottled it, as was widely predicted:

The first minister says today the Scottish government will “reset” the plan on indyref2.

Nicola Sturgeon confirmed to the Scottish Parliament today a delay in her plans to hold another referendum on independence – but refused to rule it out entirely.

The First Minister told Parliament that the SNP had a “mandate beyond doubt” to hold a second vote, despite their losses at the election earlier this month.

Ms Sturgeon said that the initial plan of holding a referendum at the end of the Brexit process, in the Autumn of 2018, had been replaced by plans to bring forward legislation for another referendum at that time, with a future date to be determined.


Read more at: http://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/nicola-sturgeon-resets-indyref2-plans-1-4487869

Yada yada yada. This has been inevitable since her deranged conduct within hours of the Brexit vote.

I suppose it's too much to expect that she will now try to sort out the mess she's made of Scotland?

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Post  bb1 on Wed Jun 28, 2017 5:01 pm

http://news.sky.com/story/tory-mp-reveals-people-were-told-to-stab-her-during-general-election-10930165

A Tory MP has revealed swastikas were daubed on her posters and people were urged to "stab" her during the General Election.

Sheryll Murray, who was re-elected as MP for South East Cornwall earlier this month, told the Commons of the "intimidation" she suffered in the run-up to the 8 June vote.

She suggested "good people" may be put off standing for election to Parliament unless action is taken.

During Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday, Ms Murray said: "Over the past months I've had swastikas carved into posters, social media posts like 'burn the witch' and 'stab the c'.

"People put Labour Party posters on my home, photographed them and pushed them through my letter box. And someone even urinated on my office door."

Ms Murray claimed the abuse she suffered during the General Election campaign "hardly" represented "kinder, gentler, politics" - a slogan of Labour's Jeremy Corbyn when he stood for the leadership of his party.
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Post  Lamplighter on Wed Jun 28, 2017 8:22 pm

Public sector pay cap under review, No 10 suggests.

The limit on public sector salary rises could be reviewed, Downing Street has signalled, as a Labour attempt to scrap the 1% cap was defeated in Parliament.

Two cabinet ministers have said the five-year cap may be reconsidered while the PM's spokesman suggested the autumn Budget could herald a change of course.

Downing Street later sought to dampen down the speculation, insisting current government policy had not changed.

And MPs rejected a Labour motion urging immediate change by a majority of 14.

The government won the vote on the issue, the first of the new Parliament, by 323 votes to 309.

Labour's amendment to the Queen's Speech, which also called for cuts to the police and emergency services to end, was defeated as the Conservatives and all 10 DUP MPs joined forces to oppose it.

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Post  bb1 on Wed Jun 28, 2017 8:27 pm

Thanks, LL. The Corbynistas will be heartbroken - looks like Jezza isn't going to get to be PM after all.

Though why they ever thought he could be, when he was more than 50 seats behind, is a bit of a mystery. Still, these lunatics never were known for their logical thinking.

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Meanwhile, in Scotland...

http://www.scotsman.com/news/politics/kenny-macaskill-peter-murrell-must-be-more-than-nicola-sturgeon-s-cheerleader-1-4489053

Former Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill has launched an outspoken attack on the SNP’s top official, saying he must be more than “cheerleader-in-chief for his spouse”, Nicola Sturgeon.

In a column for The Herald, Mr MacAskill said that by over-promoting the First Minister, SNP chief executive Peter Murrell had “eclipsed” the party’s other talents and the independence cause.

And he called for a concerted effort to reinvigorate and restore the SNP’s “organisation machine”, arguing that Ms Sturgeon could learn a lot from the Gordon Wilson, the party’s recently deceased former leader.
..etc.

That's the late Gordon Wilson that Ms Sturgeon's clique so insulted when he pointed out what a mess she was making....

I hope she and her husband have kept that helicopter on standby, for when they have to make a dash for their Portuguese villa; sgian dubhs are being sharpened publicly now. Rumour has it that Salmond is enraged that her 'leadership' cost him his seat in Parliament, and now he has time on his hands, rather fancies taking over the leadership again.

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Post  Lamplighter on Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:33 am

Labour seeks to exploit Tory divisions over Brexit

Labour will seek to exploit government division on Brexit today in the final round of House of Commons votes on the Queen's Speech.

Jeremy Corbyn will call for MPs to back a "jobs first" Brexit that delivers the "exact same benefits" as the single market and customs union.

He will hope his amendment to the Government's legislative programme can exploit apparent Tory divisions on whether to prioritise the economy or immigration in the Brexit negotiations.

Labour's wide-ranging amendment also reproduces many of the policies in its manifesto and Mr Corbyn urged MPs of all sides to support it, claiming Mrs May had no mandate for continued austerity.

Mr Corbyn said: "I'm hoping that some Conservatives would recognise that the writing is on the wall for the economics of austerity and the economics of greater inequality.

"I would also hope that the other opposition parties would recognise that what we're saying actually makes good, sound common sense.   More at link

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Post  bb1 on Thu Jun 29, 2017 8:20 am

Does Steptoe seriously think that Tory MPs are going to commit political suicide by voting AGAINST their own party?

Easy to see why he has acheived so little in his decades in politics - he's just a rabble-rouser, nothing more.

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Post  Lamplighter on Thu Jun 29, 2017 8:29 am

bb1 wrote:Does Steptoe seriously think that Tory MPs are going to commit political suicide by voting AGAINST their own party?

Easy to see why he has acheived so little in his decades in politics - he's just a rabble-rouser, nothing more.
He is fixated on turning one of the world's oldest democracies into a totalitarian Commie state and can't see further than the end of his nose. Even if some Tories - and there are a few - disagree with the party line there is no way they are going to vote against it and put themselves out of a job! LL
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I never did like him or his cabal very much, LL. Now, after his attempts to exploit the disaster at Grenfell, rabble-rousing while the building was still burning, I utterly detest him. Scumbag snake-oil salesman, through and through.

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Post  Lamplighter on Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:39 am

Nicky Morgan: Tories should consider replacing Theresa May.

Former education secretary Nicky Morgan says Theresa May should consider standing down by autumn 2018 to allow a successor to sell the Brexit deal.

Mrs Morgan was sacked by the prime minister last year.

Shortly after the election, she said Mrs May should not lead the Tories into the next general election.

Mrs Morgan now says the Conservative party "must not miss the opportunity" to think about its next leader once the Brexit deal is finalised.

Michel Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator, has set a target date of October 2018 for a Brexit deal.

The former cabinet minister was speaking to BBC Newsnight as part of a report into Theresa May's future as prime minister after the vote on the Queen's Speech on Thursday.

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Post  bb1 on Thu Jun 29, 2017 11:05 am

LL, those inhabiting this political bubble seem to have NO idea of just how fed up UK voters are with constant uproar and chaos, while nothing actually gets done.

And it sounds like Morgan (whoever she is) fancies herself as the next Tory leader.

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Post  Lamplighter on Thu Jun 29, 2017 11:14 am

And it sounds like Morgan (whoever she is) fancies herself as the next Tory leader.
Snap, my reaction too!! She seems some kind of a kook, she's make a good bookend with Flabbott!!!!
In December 2016, Morgan was disinvited from a meeting about Brexit at Number 10 after she expressed concerns over Prime Minister Theresa May's £1,000 leather trousers. Following the falling-out, she withdrew from a scheduled appearance on Have I Got News For You, explaining that she wished to "keep a low profile". She was replaced by a handbag, referring to an equally expensive handbag she allegedly owned.
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