Motoring enthusiasts were left stunned this morning as DUP MPs arrived at the House of Commons in ten Bugatti Chirons.
The DUP MPs, whose votes will be crucial to the Prime Minister this week as she presents her Brexit deal for its third time lucky, each stepped out of an identical £2.5m supercar when they arrived at Westminster this morning.
Arlene Foster, who was wearing an exclusive Chanel dress paired with diamond encrusted court shoes and a classic Chinchilla Stroller, told reporters that her MPs were strongly considering voting for Theresa May’s deal this time around.
“We continue to have concerns about the Irish backstop but feel Theresa May has done almost enough to convince us to back her Brexit deal this time,” Foster said.
“When we entered the supply and demand, I’m sorry, ‘confidence and supply’ agreement, we agreed to back the government on a case by case basis.
“I can confirm that over the weekend I have received several cases of 1996 Dom Pérignon Rose Gold and other assurances from the chancellor, and as such, may support the government this week.”
Asked about the £25m worth of automotive excellence parked on Parliament Square the DUP leader responded:
“Well, Brexit is fast moving and we wouldn’t want to be late for a vote now, would we.”