Prime Minister Theresa may has signed an agreement with Arlene foster of the Democratic unionist party of Northern Ireland about support in Parliament. Reported by the BBC.
Under the agreement, over the next two years Northern Ireland will be allocated 1 billion pounds, and a minority government Theresa may receive the support of the unionists.
Mei and foster have agreed to adhere to a single rigid position against Brexit and implementation of the strategy using a 2% of GDP in the defense sector.
The elections of 8 June 2017, the conservatives lost their majority in the House of Commons, receiving 318 of 650 parliamentary seats, thus losing 12 seats. Theresa may has refused to resign because of the elections and the negotiations with the unionists were supported by the formation of a minority government.
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