It’s time to acknowledge that the DUP doesn’t always say no

Glee at the humiliation of the DUP ignores its attempts at conciliation in pursuit of an agreement that works for this island

27th October, 2019

The DUP has had its comeuppance – and oh, how we’re all enjoying it. British politics finally has something it can unite around, writes columnist and Conservative politician Daniel Finkelstein in the Times: “We can all agree that we have had enough of the Democratic Unionist Party.”

The DUP is “notorious for its apparent devotion to Mammon”, writes Susan McKay in the Guardian. Its approach to Brexit has been “completely cynical”...

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