The paper says Mrs May’s best hope is that the DUP can be brought back on board by an accommodation with the Irish government and the EU on the issue – and the group of hard-line Brexiteers, the ERG, can then also be persuaded to back the revised deal.
As a consequence, he is now considering abandoning his plans to step down this summer. They say he disapproves of attempts to bully him into toeing the government line and is thinking of exercising his right to stay on until the end of this Parliament.
Image caption The image of Britain’s EU representative Sir Tim Barrow handing the Article 50 letter to Donald Tusk, the European Council President, features on many front pages. The Times reports hopes of a deal were “marred” by a row over future security cooperation. Image caption The Telegraph shows Sir Tim walking away from the […]
Image copyright Google Image caption The incident took place near the Wharf Road level crossing in Wormley A boy has “life-changing” injuries after coming into contact with overhead power lines at a level crossing. The boy, 15, suffered serious electrical burns and was treated by the East of England Ambulance Service. British Transport Police say […]
Image copyright AFP Image caption Mr Nasralla, 64, is leading a left-wing coalition Opposition parties in Honduras have formally demanded the annulment of last month’s presidential election. It triggered deadly street violence amid allegations of vote-rigging. The main opposition contender, Salvador Nasralla, accused the electoral authorities of tampering with the results in favour of the […]