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Theresa May will be holding talks with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in a bid to break the Brexit deadlock.
The DUP's Sammy Wilson has said his party have not been "sidestepped" by the PM in Brexit negotiations. It comes after it emerged that Theresa May will be holding talks with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in a bid to break the deadlock. DUP Brexit spokesman Wilson said of the negotiation: "I suspect it will fall on its face just as everything else she has tried to do in the past has fallen on its face". Mr Corbyn said he welcomed the PM's "willingness to compromise to resolve the Brexit deadlock".
The DUP will not be supporting the alternative Brexit model Common Market 2.0, the party's Sammy Wilson has said.
The DUP will not vote for the PM's Brexit deal even if she presents it to the Commons "a thousand times", says Sammy Wilson.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson says his party will not be "threatened" into voting for the government's deal.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson says his party will not be "threatened" into voting for the government's deal. On Wednesday, Theresa May blamed MPs for the failure to ratify an agreement in order for the UK to leave the EU on 29 March. Sammy Wilson said he believed the PM was trying to threaten Parliament. The East Antrim MP also said his party had not asked for cash as part of negotiations.