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Is the Government on the slippery road to opposition? With the news that the motion to lift the NHS wages cap went unchallenged, how can they cling on to power for  the short term,never mind a full parliament. Will the DUP grow into their kingmaker roll? This is the question we should be asking, as they grow in confidence, will their demands grow too?

The Tories are embarrassed by the DUP. It seems that it's the DUP are picking and choosing motions, which, is their right and that the grubby little deal could be showing cracks. But where does this leave the rest of us that are passengers in this rudderless ship. The Tories should have a plan for the country, but how can they, when they don't know if it will pass through parliament. We therefore hang on, in fact cling on, till the inevitable happens and we have another general election. In the mean time I welcome the wage cap removal!

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