Sunday Mirror columnist John Prescott says the PM has lost all moral authority after joining with the DUP and has weakened her hand in Brexit negotiations.
And she was right. Because that’s May’s new Government.
She must rely on the support of 10 Democratic Unionist MPs – a party with close links to loyalist paramilitaries and which opposes abortion and gay marriage.
May also needs the support of Scottish Conservatives led by a married lesbian. And it doesn’t stop there. Her MPs are still bitterly divided between those who want a hard or softer Brexit.
And she will now have to factor in DUP demands for an EU customs union deal – something May and Boris are opposed to.
But, most worryingly, the DUP deal could bring down the Northern Ireland Assembly.
Thanks to Labour’s Good Friday Agreement, which brought peace to Northern Ireland , we have a power-sharing government between Protestant unionists and Catholic nationalists, in the form of the DUP and Sinn Fein .