Oh dear, will the Tory's renege on poor Arlene and the DUP's bribe ?

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As Gerry Adams said after the election regarding the DUP supporting the Tory's, that "it always ends in tears". Arlene was all smiles about this latest wee great victory for unionism, but now the British government has quietly admitted the cash still needs to be put to a vote by MPs before it is paid :) And if it fails, as if things aren't bad enough with Ian junior and his bribes in Sri Lanka, how much damage will this do to the DUP been seen not able to deliver for unionism in it's hour of need ?


"Theresa May suffered a major blow today as it emerged she will need MPs' approval for her £1billion bung to stay in power. The desperate Prime Minister gave the "bribe" to Northern Ireland after losing her majority in the doomed election."


Tories quietly admit MPs will get a chance to block their £1bn bung for the DUP - Mirror Online
 


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As Gerry Adams said after the election regarding the DUP supporting the Tory's, that "it always ends in tears". Arlene was all smiles about this latest wee great victory for unionism, but now the British government has quietly admitted the cash still needs to be put to a vote by MPs before it is paid :) And if it fails, as if things aren't bad enough with Ian junior and his bribes in Sri Lanka, how much damage will this do to the DUP been seen not able to deliver for unionism in it's hour of need ?


"Theresa May suffered a major blow today as it emerged she will need MPs' approval for her £1billion bung to stay in power. The desperate Prime Minister gave the "bribe" to Northern Ireland after losing her majority in the doomed election."


Tories quietly admit MPs will get a chance to block their £1bn bung for the DUP - Mirror Online

You appear to have as little faith in the British Tory Party as your fellow-Dub Edward Carson.
 

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Could this be leading up to Prime Minister Corbyn within a few weeks?
 

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Could this be leading up to Prime Minister Corbyn within a few weeks?
Pigs have a better chance of flying to the moon and back than Corbyn becoming PM its simply not going to happen Corbyn himself will make sure of it.
 

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As Gerry Adams said after the election regarding the DUP supporting the Tory's, that "it always ends in tears". Arlene was all smiles about this latest wee great victory for unionism, but now the British government has quietly admitted the cash still needs to be put to a vote by MPs before it is paid :) And if it fails, as if things aren't bad enough with Ian junior and his bribes in Sri Lanka, how much damage will this do to the DUP been seen not able to deliver for unionism in it's hour of need ?


"Theresa May suffered a major blow today as it emerged she will need MPs' approval for her £1billion bung to stay in power. The desperate Prime Minister gave the "bribe" to Northern Ireland after losing her majority in the doomed election."


Tories quietly admit MPs will get a chance to block their £1bn bung for the DUP - Mirror Online
Perfidious Albion & the Duplicitous DUP/UDA ..... what a combination :roll: ffs...
 

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I suspect that the Tories got some dirt on the DUPed (which wouldn't be that difficult) which is allowing them to get out of the deal.
 

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Perfidious Albion & the Duplicitous DUP/UDA ..... what a combination :roll: ffs...
Yep "it always ends in tears". But Perfidious Albion is finding out that Johnny Foreigner in the EU can't be pushed around. Brexit turning into the greatest fiasco of our life time.
 

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Yep "it always ends in tears". But Perfidious Albion is finding out that Johnny Foreigner in the EU can't be pushed around. Brexit turning into the greatest fiasco of our life time.
Ah they dont have to worry .. they've got "David Davis" on the case .. ffs :shock: lmfao

but yeah, on a serious note, the EU lads aint gonna take any sh1t ... Its hard to understand why so many GB politicians are not backtracking like crazy here .. unreal !!
 

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Ah they dont have to worry .. they've got "David Davis" on the case .. ffs :shock: lmfao

but yeah, on a serious note, the EU lads aint gonna take any sh1t ... Its hard to understand why so many GB politicians are not backtracking like crazy here .. unreal !!
 

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My fave part is that not so long ago the smug DUP was wagging the finger at nationalists, using the 'never trust the Brit government' in relation to the ILA and the St. Andrew's Agreement.
 

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It is a good thing for our Parliamentary democracy that money being spent is put before the House.
 

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I suspect that the Tories got some dirt on the DUPed (which wouldn't be that difficult) which is allowing them to get out of the deal.
Are you suggesting that the British Tory Party would stab their partners in the back ?

That is absolutely outrageous.
 

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Pretty certain it will go through

No one wants another GE right now

-esp the Tories!:shock:
 

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It is a good thing for our Parliamentary democracy that money being spent is put before the House.
:lol: You've turned into a parody of yourself now, Raymondo.
 

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My fave part is that not so long ago the smug DUP was wagging the finger at nationalists, using the 'never trust the Brit government' in relation to the ILA and the St. Andrew's Agreement.
yeah, they're being very quiet I notice :cool:
 

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It's almost as if some on here would be happy if NI didn't get an extra £1bn purely on the basis that it was the DUP who negotiated it.
 

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It is a good thing for our Parliamentary democracy that money being spent is put before the House.
Funny that there was no mention of this or indeed plan for it until Gina Miller hounded it out of them ..... Coalition of Crackpots indeed :roll:
 
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It is a good thing for our Parliamentary democracy that money being spent is put before the House.
Parliamentary democracy? They kicked off a massive power grab last night when they reverted back to Henry XIII laws. If it goes through, ministers can overrule parliament.
Britannia Waives The Rules.
 

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Funny that there was no mention of this or indeed plan for it until Gina Miller hounded it out of them ..... Coalition of Crackpots indeed :roll:
Indeed, although why on earth the job of the opposition is being left to her is a far more worrying issue.
 

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Are you suggesting that the British Tory Party would stab their partners in the back ?

That is absolutely outrageous.
The DUP only care about the "right" type of Ulster Prod not Northern Ireland as a whole no mind the UK as a whole (in fact I would be sure that some of them hold the English in contempt) and are capable of pretty much anything. If the Conservative Party have done what I think they have done I can't really blame them. Even at the best of time politics can be a very dirty business and the DUPed aren't exactly Mr Clean.
 


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