Kevin Meagher: Theresa May’s DUP love-in won’t last
For May and Foster it makes sense to keep their arrangement low key
I vividly recall the early hours following the 2010 British general election. I was sitting in Shaun Woodward’s constituency office in St Helens slumped in a broken swivel chair, trying to get someone else’s computer to boot up so I could run the rule over the DUP’s manifesto.
It was 4am. The drubbing Labour had been expecting in these, the dog days of Gordon Brown’s government wasn’t quite as severe...
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