Enda Kenny has warned the British Prime Minister that nothing should happen to put the Good Friday Agreement at risk.
The outgoing Taoiseach spoke with Theresa May by phone this morning and expressed concern about the deal she proposes to make with the DUP.
He’s also suggested that she meet with Leo Varadkar as soon as possible to discuss Brexit and the lack of a Northern executive.
There’s a fear that any agreement between the DUP and Conservatives could undermine Westminster’s impartiality in the peace process.
Meanwhile, the DUP leader’s insisted her party will act in the national interest if it agrees a deal to prop up the Tory government.
Arlene Foster says negotiations are ongoing – she’ll meet Prime Minister Theresa May in London on Tuesday for talks.
It seems Downing Street jumped the gun yesterday by announcing an agreement had already been reached.
Mrs Foster says nothing’s been agreed.