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DUP

On drawings, abbr. for “duplicate.”
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Mrs Foster also claimed she had been told by British negotiating sources that the exact wording of the doomed Brexit deal had been kept from the DUP on the orders of the Government.
The former Tory chairman said there was little prospect of the DUP bringing down the Government.
Senior DUP sources demanded "greater focus" from the PM and said talks had "not proceeded as expected" so far.
A Conservative source said: "Talks are ongoing with the DUP and we continue to work towards a confidence and supply arrangement.
It is thought the DUP is asking for more investment for Northern Ireland as part of the price of its support, and the party also wants the retention of the triple lock guarantee on pensions and winter fuel allowances for older people.
We want to send a powerful message to Westminster that the DUP - a homophobic, climate-change denying, anti-choice party - has no place in our modern and open democracy here in the UK.
Please make sure DUP deal doesn't set back women's rights, LGBT rights, or climate action.
As May's Chief Whip Gavin Williamson sat down for taks with the DUP in Belfast, Mundell told the Sunday Mail there would be no coalition, no offers of Cabinet posts and no adoption of DUP policies.
In fact, the DUP looks after the union of Northern Ireland with Great Britain very much like their old men look after those good suits.
And if they have to put up with the whiff of something not entirely pleasant in order to keep it safe and secure, well, the DUP have strong stomachs.
She cannot escape this by an alliance with the DUP, many of whose policies belong in the 1950s not 2017.
Jeffrey Donaldson, a DUP member of parliament, said the election outcome created the "perfect territory" to secure concessions from the Conservatives.