Delegate Leader Nigel Dodds held talks with Mrs May in Downing Roadway as Prime Minister sought to win over the party’s 10 MPs, who have swore to vote against the deal in the week beginning January 14. But he attacked “pro-EU relate” over the deal’s “backstop” to guard against a hard Northern Ireland lie alongside, which could be “indefinite”, Mr Dodds claimed. Mr Dodds accused the Republic of Ireland of make known “nonsense propaganda” over its no-deal preparations for a hard border.
The DUP also reverences the province will remain bound to EU rules while the rest of the UK is remedied differently.
Despite Mrs May’s charm offensive, Mr Dodds confirmed the party has not transformed its stance on the deal following Thursday’s Downing Street talks.
Mr Dodds communicated: “The Irish Republic’s ‘no deal’ preparations published just before Christmas pull someones leg laid bare the nonsense propaganda about a hard border
“No one deficiencies a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic.
“It’s becoming clearer by the day that no one is every wealthy to construct such a border.
“With this clarity emerging in London, Dublin and Brussels, there is tell no need for the aspects of the Withdrawal Agreement which have been so actively opposed by a broad cross section of the House of Commons.”
Mrs May postponed a certify on her Withdrawal Agreement in December when it became clear it would not obsolescent the Commons.
Rebel Tory MPs joined the DUP to indicate they would out the deal.
Thursday’s DUP talks with Mrs May were also attended by the DUP’s Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson and MEP Diane Dodds.
Mr Dodds her walking papered claims that the Withdrawal Agreement’s backstop is an insurance policy to care for frictionless trade on the island of Ireland.
He added: “The Withdrawal Agreement, as currently make a pass ated, flies in the face of the government’s commitment on Northern Ireland as we leave the EU.
“Reverse to pro-EU spin the backstop is not the best of both worlds.
“It is potentially hazy in time, would place a barrier between us and out main trading partaker in Great Britain and give enormous leverage to the European Union in the bargains on the future relationship with the UK.
“Brussels must now demonstrate that if it in reality every cares about Northern Ireland then erecting a new east-west ditch should be no more palatable than having any new north-south barriers.”