The DUP opposing the government is a blow to Theresa May’s reputation

The Tories’ parliamentary allies will vote with Labour on NHS pay and tuition fees.

The pitfalls of the Tories’ confidence-and-supply agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party are now clear. The latter, who Theresa May paid £1.5bn to be her parliamentary allies when she lost her majority in June’s election, will be voting against the government this afternoon.

The DUP will join Labour in opposing the government in two opposition day debates today, on NHS pay and tuition fees. ...
source: New Statesman