32comments Share Tweet Share Pin it Share Stumble Email HomeNational/InternationalMichael Fallon: ‘We do not have to agree with DUP views’ BBC News Michael Fallon: ‘We do not have to agree with DUP views’ BBC News National/International By admin Michael Fallon on DUP: “We do not agree and we do not have to agree” with their social views Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog World In Pictures … source Recommended For You God Bless You, Continue To Work admin admin Write For Us Related Posts Norway stops Amazon fund contribution in dispute with Brazil admin Taslima Nasrin Exclusive: Islam Is Not A Religion Of Peace admin 32 Comments Bobby A times are changing… the people are sick to death of lying politians.. lining their own pockets with tax payers money… an era of truth, honesty and integrity is desperately needed.. I don't believe a single word any tory politians says… there just pure evil.. Reply January 13, 2019 Bobby A the torys are finished ,, fallon is lying through his teeth…. how he can sit there and bare face lie, is beyond belief… giving away £1 billion of tax payers money is a massive scandel. ..its a bribe…the torys are a evil cold and heartless bunch… people are starving and dying in this country, and the torys dont give a damn about it… a guess fallon has never been to a food bank… Reply January 13, 2019 Stephen Paul Meet the Tories. Hypocritical, duplicitous, spearheading a government of the second best. Reply January 13, 2019 Illy Boulder Is it wrong to steal back the money the rich stole from the poor Reply January 13, 2019 Josh Rigo OUT OF TOUCH! Reply January 13, 2019 koala1203 DUP? More like DUPed Reply January 13, 2019 Liam Everton "A singleeee dayyy""Me and my senior colleagues" Pompous pricks of West Minister are completely out of touch with the general public. Why the fuck are they in power. Reply January 13, 2019 0 9 jeremy corbynn supports Saudia Arabia, and islamic extremists, He is not bold enough to break human rights laws' to arrest Terrorists cultured by Religious freedom Reply January 13, 2019 J J Cannot stand this character. He attempts to come across as reasonable, but you read between the lines, and it is evident there is chaos in the Tory party, partly his responsibility. Reply January 13, 2019 Illy Boulder boris Johnson, part Jewish de facto frontman for Brexit, Reply January 13, 2019 Benedict Jennings And so spew the experts Reply January 13, 2019 Richard I had the idea that if Labour and the Conservatives are that bothered about a better country for all and Brexit, its a long shot, but why don't they both put there petty differences aside and work together? Reply January 13, 2019 dloverise 'We do not have to agree with DUP views in order to work with them'. 'We do not have to agree with X views in order to work with them'. 'We do not have to agree with Nazi's views in order to work with them'. Cognitive dissonance… ? Why does it matter what you put in X? It shouldn't alter the truth of the statement. Reply January 13, 2019 Matthew Fyson Petition to stop a DUP/Tory coalition: https://www.change.org/p/theresamayout-dupout-nearly-one-million-signatures-winston-brexitjobs-postmanpratt1?recruiter=703772762&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=share_petition Reply January 13, 2019 belfasta Conservatives openly support loyalist terrorist paramilitary forces UDA/UVF/RHC/LVF Reply January 13, 2019 belfasta Theresa may loves her terrorist buddies the UDA and the house of Saudi arabia Reply January 13, 2019 belfasta This is a coalision with loyalist paramilitary terrorist forces from northern Ireland and must be stopped Reply January 13, 2019 OliverUnderTheMoon BZZ! BZZ! I AM THE CONSERVATOR 2000. I COME PRE-PROGRAMMED WITH FIFTEEN DEFAULT RESPONSES. Reply January 13, 2019 leapsplashafrog Bloody east India company employees ain't what they used to be mate Reply January 13, 2019 Tapiwa Nyakabau "The DUP are part of the democratic process now"… you can never trust a tory Reply January 13, 2019 humanityfirstnow The Conservatives are ready to jeapordise peace in NI to save their own skins. Reply January 13, 2019 humanityfirstnow The DUP are not allowed to vote on english laws . EVEL 2015. They can only back the government on Brexit so this is a minority government. The agreement with the DUP goes against the neutrality clause in the Good Friday Agreement. Reply January 13, 2019 Yakkun "How is the Prime Minister?" hahahaha. Reply January 13, 2019 Yasmin If you're bribing people to give you a majority, you're going to have to give them some things they want in return. Reply January 13, 2019 stealth Andy show your spouting that MP, s take a pay cut . just like the rest of us . I don't care about the Euro I want as a tax payer too say your wrong . change what your doing and don't want the same B S . as we always get off the mp, s . Reply January 13, 2019 Dave Brown well said mr fallon Reply January 13, 2019 Rhys Thomas can someone link me to T may's post election interview? Reply January 13, 2019 Christopher O'Grady Proving that posh voices do not mean intelligence, take note passing Americans, idiots talk like this too. Reply January 13, 2019 Rhys Thomas utterly unconnected with the general public Reply January 13, 2019 dashercronin The running cost of Northern Ireland is £20bn a year of which NI contribute only about £9bn in taxes. Why not use that money to fund the NHS. Because of a hung parliament its plus ca change, as under Major, when the peace process was held up and many lives lost unnecessarily because Tory minority government was held to ransom by the Ulster Unionists in the Commons, until Labour kicked the Tories out and the much maligned Blair tied a peace deal up in no time. I can't understand why the British people have to foot a massive bill, year in year out, to keep the Unionists on side in NI. Now the DUP want more money after being caught with their fingers in the till with the Fuel Subsidy Scheme which was massively ripped off to buy them votes. If there is a new election in 6 months, I hope that Labour get an overall majority. Its performance in this election will now convince voters that Labour does have a chance of governing Britain and a Labour vote is not a wasted vote. The UK has had enough of right wing neocon Tory backed market force pseudo trickle down economics which has moved all the wealth of the nation into the hands of the few, who pay no tax, or, very little and does not work for the mass of people who carry the tax burden. Moreover, this wealth has bought elections both here and in the US and created a block of market economy bias in the parliamentary Labour party elite who believe that it will sustain their parliamentary lifestyles. God knows what lobbies they support, support them, which conflict with the best interests of the electorate. This elite has consistently tried to undermine Corbyn. However, Corbyn's message is supported by the Labour Party membership and the election result suggests that the UK electorate is buying into that message. The UK voter isn't fed up with the EU its fed up with falling standards of living brought about by the current economic market economy system. The Tories will now try to do a watered down membership deal with the EU to avoid economic chaos and recession. Why bother? Stay in the EU and do a deal on immigration and not have some half assed "Leave" deal that really just suits the market economists and US and Russian hegemonic interests. Reply January 13, 2019 Ultimo Tiger Labour voters should be very wary criticsing the DUP when Brown relied on them to get 42 days detention passed into law and when he made overtures to them after the 2010 election before the Tories/Lib Dems formed a coalition. Reply January 13, 2019 Paulo101 Wrotten, propagandist windbag. Reply January 13, 2019 Reply Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.