UK

Union of Tories and Ulster Unionists

26.06.2017

The British Conservative Party (Tory) has concluded a coalition agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) from Northern Ireland, which will allow the Conservative government to avoid a vote of no confidence and have the necessary majority to adopt the most important bills, including the country's budget. Despite the fact that the Conservatives won the early elections on July 8, 2017, they did not have eight votes to get an absolute majority in the parliament, which allows the government not to fear a vote of no confidence.