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Several Tory MPs already claimed their principles, which oppose the views of the DUP, wouldn't be changed ahead of the deal being announced.
Tom Tugendhat, MP for Tonbridge, Edenbridge and Malling, wrote on Twitter on Friday: 'I joined a party that introduced equal marriage, backs civil rights and defends freedom of faith.
May needs the support of the DUP's 10 MPs to be able to govern after losing her parliamentary majority in Thursday's general election.
The details of the agreement are not yet known but Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston said it 'simply won't work' if it includes any change to abortion laws or 'dilution' of gay rights.
It was so unexpected—but such a great way to serve it."Since it's October, we had to ask what the Paisley clan is planning for Halloween—and it's positively Pinteresting.
"I saw a picture I have to try: Someone made cheeseburgers and cut little triangles out of the cheese to make them look like jack-o-lanterns." As for costumes, "I'm imagining superheroes—for like the sixth year in a row!
Arlene Foster (centre) yesterday presented her expanded group of Westminster MPs following a successful general election.
They are (from left) Emma Little-Pengelly, Gregory Campbell, Sammy Wilson, Nigel Dodds, Jim Shannon, Mrs Foste, Gavin Robinson, Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, Paul Girvan, David Simpson and Ian Paisley jnr It means the DUP would back the Tories on matters which could force the Prime Minister to resign - for example the Queen's Speech which is considered a key measure of Parliament's confidence in the Government.
There would be no DUP ministers, but the party may sit on the Government side of the Commons - a move which could frustrate centre and left-leaning MPs in the Conservatives.The petition echoed some of the slogans at a leftist demonstration by a few hundred people outside Downing Street on Saturday who chanted: 'Racist, sexist, anti-gay, the DUP has go to go'.