DUP plans to vote with Labour on NHS pay and tuition fees

13 September 2017 @16:07 | The Guardian
Junior party in May’s minority government to vote with Corbyn – the first time its MPs will have broken with Tories since election deal The Democratic Unionist party is planning to vote with Labour on NHS pay and tuition fees during opposition day debates on Wednesday, the Guardian has learned. The party’s MPs will vote with Labour in favour of a “fair pay rise” for NHS workers and against the government’s rise in tuition fees – the first time they will have broken with the Conservatives since their deal after the election. continue...


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