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The Prime Minister is now facing a battle to get the business through the Parliament on Saturday, with the DUP of the Opposition.
the DUP Deputy leader Nigel Dodds Mr Johnson accused of getting "too zealous far from a deal at any price".
the President of the European Council Donald does not exclude the Tusk, an extension of the Brexit period, when the members rejected it.
the President of the EU Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, said earlier: "We have a deal, so why should it be an extension. "
But his Brussels colleagues were more cautious, with Mr Tusk said he would "advise" the leaders of the EU member States on a possible extension, if one was requested, the the UK.
Mr Johnson has repeatedly insisted that Britain leave the EU at 31. October, and he exhorted the members to "come together" and "get an excellent deal over The Line ".
He added: "Now is the moment for us to Brexit made and are then brought together in the work, the building of our future partnership, I think that can be incredibly beneficial both for the UK and for the EU "
In a statement, the democratic Unionist Party , said the government relies on for support in crucial votes,: "These proposals are not, in our view, a positive effect on the economic well-being of Northern Ireland and to undermine the integrity of The Union . "
The Deputy DUP leader Nigel Dodds criticised Mr Johnson told Bbc News : "If he had kept his nerves and she found Out - he would, of course, have a better concessions, which kept the integrity of the economic and constitutional, UK. "
he said he expected a "massive vote" against Mr Johnson's offer on Saturday in The House of Commons and the DUP is expected to play "a decisive role" in the amendment to the legislation.Can Boris Johnson wins the vote?
There are currently 287 vote Conservatives. The Prime Minister must rebellion only among them.
Then, if the DUP is not his thing, he will need the support of the 23 former Conservative MP, currently independent. Most of them will probably support The Deal , but not all.
This is still not enough, though, so the clock will also need the support of Labour members and ex-Labour independents. In March, when MPs voted on Theresa May 's offer for the third time, five Labour supported members, as well as the two ex-Labour independents.
This Time , it is probably a bit higher than that, because several members have said they would back a deal.
All this the vote is still very close. And Yes, it is possible some members could do without, to, makes it even more difficult to predict the outcome.What is the offer?
What has changed?The DUP said the objections
In a statement, the Democratic unionists, Northern Ireland -the main East-West trade route would still be under EU customs regulations, "notwithstanding that Northern Ireland remains part of the UK customs area".
"All the goods a customs-check regime are subject to would, regardless of their final determination," added The Statement , and The Plan for a common EU - /UK-Committee would give the EU will be liberated to be a "veto" on the goods of, customs duties or not.
"That's not acceptable, within the inner borders of the United Kingdom ," the DUP said.
"Some progress" has been made on democratic consent for The Deal , it went on, but the idea that The Assembly vote on the new rules, which could be gained by a "simple majority" against the Good Friday agreement, which needs the support of both unionists and nationalists.
While Boris Johnson has a deal in Brussels, which he did not absolutely have a offer in Westminster may have.
The DUP is not prepared to the package, because it it does not give a right of veto over the new customs arrangement, it could threaten the fears of Northern Ireland , its position in the United Kingdom .
the Team, Johnson hopes that by presenting this as a choice between Mr Johnson deal and no deal, the DUP buckle.
But the DUP is not flashing light, and if it is, the signs are that Mr Johnson defeated could be on Saturday, when The Party could be on 10 votes decisive.
The triggering could be Benn, so a long delay, and could encourage some opposition MP to trigger a vote of no confidence, paving the way for General elections.
It is a gigantic rings on Saturday.
the deputies elected to the additional seats in the lower house on Saturday to discuss next steps.
the deputies passed a law in September that requires that the PM is to request an extension to 19. October, when the Parliament is not agreed, a deal, or backed up to leave without a deal by that date.
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