Final push for May’s deal as indicative votes fail and PM vows to quit

Theresa May speaking in the Commons on 27 March

Theresa May is urging the DUP to do what they were paid £1 billion to do, and prop up the government’s Brexit position in Parliament, as the numbers in favour of her deal look increasingly close. With her pledge to Tory backbenchers yesterday evening that she will quit if they back her deal, May is wanting to have a third vote on Withdrawal Agreement as soon as tomorrow. The DUP are still scared of the non-existent threat of the Union being torn apart by the backstop mechanism.

Surely they must come across now, Gerry says. There is not much time left and we need a new leader…

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