BREAKING: May talks with DUP crumble as party feels ‘taken for granted’

The right-wing DUP, which have controversial views on same-sex marriage and abortion, are believed to have been trying to secure a series of concession for Northern Ireland. 

These are thought to include no hard border between NI and the Republic, access to the customs union and investment in Northern Ireland. 

The ‘confidence and supply’ agreement is on the rocks following more than a week of negotiations with the DUP leader, Arlene Foster, with no agreement reached. 

More to follow . . .

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