The Democratic Unionist Party has said there are “still issues to be talked about” with the administration as Theresa May keeps on attempting to win support for her Brexit bargain.
Mrs May is relied upon to take her withdrawal assention back to the Commons one week from now for a third vote.
It comes after MPs this week dismissed her arrangement and casted a ballot to postpone Brexit.
The DUP, which has twice casted a ballot against the assention, said it stayed in discourses with the legislature.
A DUP representative denied reports that additional cash for Northern Ireland had been a piece of the discussions, in spite of the contribution of Chancellor Philip Hammond in discourses on Friday.
The gathering has recently casted a ballot against the arrangement over worries around the Northern Ireland stopping board – a protection approach to keep up an open outskirt in Ireland.
The 10 cast a ballot given by the DUP, which props up the administration, are believed to be vital to the leader verifying her arrangement.
A DUP party representative stated: “We are in talks with the administration to guarantee Northern Ireland isn’t isolated out from whatever is left of the United Kingdom as we leave the European Union. As opposed to certain reports, we are not examining money.