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"The talks so far have been positive. Discussions will continue next week to work on the details and to reach agreement on arrangements for the new parliament," it said. It was another humiliation for May, and a sign that the socially conservative DUP, with its strong focus on Northern Ireland's specific political complexities, will not necessarily be a compliant partner for her minority government. The DUP statement put Downing Street on the back foot, prompting a carefully worded response in the early hours of Sunday. That said May had "spoken with the DUP to discuss finalizing" a deal in the coming week. "We will welcome any such deal being agreed, as it will provide the stability and certainty the whole country requires as we embark on Brexit and beyond," the Downing Street statement said. Many critics, including Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, have expressed concerns over the DUP's stances against gay marriage and abortion, among other issues. Others have also said a Conservative-DUP deal could endanger Northern Ireland's peace settlement, which relies on the British government being a neutral arbiter between those who want the province to remain in the United Kingdom and those who want it to become part of the Republic of Ireland. "There has been a lot of hyperbole about the DUP since Thursday, a lot of things said, a lot of people who really don’t know what we stand for," DUP leader Arlene Foster told Sky News on Sunday morning. "Just to be clear, we will act in the national interest. We want to do what is right for the whole of the UK and to bring stability to the government of the United Kingdom." The Conservatives won 318 House of Commons seats in Thursday's election, eight short of an outright majority.