May’s stance on Northern Ireland border issue welcomed by DUP

May’s stance on Northern Ireland border issue welcomed by DUP

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LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa Might’s stance in Brexit talks with the European Union on the problem of Northern Eire’s border was welcomed by the deputy chief of the social gathering within the province backing her minority authorities.

DUP deputy chief Nigel Dodds speaks through the social gathering’s annual convention in Belfast, Northern Eire, November 25, 2017. REUTERS/Andrew Paton

On Friday Might stated she couldn’t comply with any cope with the EU which handled Northern Eire otherwise to the remainder of the UK.

“You solely wants checks between Northern Eire and the remainder of the UK for those who’re having totally different regimes working and totally different guidelines being imposed on Northern Eire in comparison with the remainder of the UK,” the Democratic Unionist Social gathering’s Nigel Dodd stated on Friday.

“That’s unacceptable, the PM has made that clear at present, I welcome that. We stay very focussed on that key essential precedence for Northern Eire,” he stated.

Reporting by James Davey. Modifying by Andrew MacAskill

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