Theresa May and Arlene Foster have agreed to a wide-ranging deal that supports the Government in the House of Commons and gives them a slim working majority.
The deal will cost the UK taxpayer £1bn with that money going to Northern Ireland’s devolved administration.
Other Devolved regions such as Scotland and Wales will not receive increased funding as required in devolution laws because the government will class Northern Ireland’s the extra money as grants.
The deal will give The Conservatives a working majority of 13 MPS and it will cover The Queens Speech, Confidence Votes, The Budget, Finance Bills and cash bills that fund public services.
The £1bn deal will also support National Security legislation and Brexit legislation.