Monday, 12 June 2017

Will Farage figure in a Conservative-DUP deal?

                                Reports indicate that Nigel Farage may be given a government position in a Conservative--DUP deal.   Karen Gilchrist digital reporter with CNBC.com has reported on this.   Senior DUP figures have asked for this according to reports.  they suggest that Farage be given a role in the Brexit negotiations. @_karengilchrist.   Other reports are that Ruth DavidsonMP is upset at the role of the DUP in negotiations with the Tories.  She has 13 MPs in Scotland and threatens a breakaway Scottish group. Clearly she is at odds with the position of the DUP on same sex marriage.
the DUP is totally opposed to same sex marriage as being contrary to the Bible.
                   Tony  Blair has become involved and reports indicate that he has even suggested that the DUP being involved with the Tories could violate the terms of the Good Friday Agreement.  Blair has even suggested that the terms of the Agreement may have to be altered.  So does Blair not accept the DUP  MPs to be part of the UK  House of Commons?   Are we as unionists not permitted to exercise our rights as UK citizens according to Mr Blair?

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