DUP

What is a 'confidence and supply' arrangement?
Theresa May at No 10
In Depth

What is a 'confidence and supply' arrangement?

We take you through the ins and outs of Theresa May's balancing act with the DUP
12 Jun 2017
How Twitter reacted to the Tory-DUP government?
Arlene Foster
In Brief

How Twitter reacted to the Tory-DUP government?

Theresa May's decision to go with the Democratic Unionist Party has been greeted with dismay online
9 Jun 2017
What do the election results mean for Brexit?
Theresa May
In Brief

What do the election results mean for Brexit?

Just ten days before EU exit talks are due to begin, a minority government is far from ideal for Theresa May
9 Jun 2017
General election 2017: Election night's best tweets
Twitter
In Brief

General election 2017: Election night's best tweets

Theresa May might be weak and wobbly after a disastrous night for the Tories, but Twitter was as hard-hitting as ever
9 Jun 2017
Hung parliament: World press reacts to May's gamble
Theresa May
In Depth

Hung parliament: World press reacts to May's gamble

From the US to Australia, journalists are having their say on the general election result
9 Jun 2017
General election 2017: Could Corbyn become prime minister?
Jeremy Corbyn, General Election 2017 result
In Brief

General election 2017: Could Corbyn become prime minister?

With a Labour surge among voters and Theresa May struggling, the Labour leader could move into No 10
9 Jun 2017
Arlene Foster: the first woman set to lead the DUP
Arlene Foster
In Depth

Arlene Foster: the first woman set to lead the DUP

Party's first female leader has been described as 'charming', technocratic' and Thatcheresque
17 Dec 2015
Why the DUP could hold the balance of power
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In Depth

Why the DUP could hold the balance of power

The Democratic Unionist Party is ready to do a deal with either Labour or the Conservatives – but at what cost?
29 Apr 2015