DUP kingmakers for the Conservatives - what impact will that have on talks to restore devolution here?
Arlene Foster will meet with Tory leader Theresa May tomorrow, with a deal expected to be agreed on the DUP propping up her government.
Arlene Foster will meet with Conservative leader Theresa May tomorrow, with a deal expected to be agreed on the DUP propping up her government. It will see them support the Conservatives on a "confidence and supply" basis, joining them to vote down votes of no confidence and support things like the budget. But the DUP have a reputation as tough negotiators - what will they get in return? And will it be for the benefit of everyone or Northern Ireland and more to the benefit of the DUP and their voters? What do you think should be their top priorities in tomorrow's talks? Stephen got the views of former DUP MLA and Culture Minister Nelson McCausland and Andree Murphy, columnist for Andersonstown News.
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