Theresa May forced to drop triple-lock pension reform in DUP deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May signed a deal on Monday with Northern Ireland’s small Democratic Unionist Party to support her minority government in Parliament, securing the votes needed to push through legislation for the U.K.’s exit from the European Union.

Support on other cases by the DUP will be decided as it crops up, the statement reads.

Of course, the fact that the Government is following the small print of Barnett will not be enough to assuage its critics – and we all know what the deal is really about anyway.

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