The Democratic Unionist Party was the bogey man of the 2017 General Election. The left went crazy, calling them racist, homophobic, and everything else.
But this week, it became clear that the DUP could potentially be one of the most important allies in the fight for democracy, and against the European Union.
In an important Parliamentary vote on the Charter of Fundamental Rights, which decided whether we should abandon the EU charter to facilitate Brexit, the DUP saved our bacon. The Labour Party pushed to keep the charter, which would have damaged the Brexit process — but the Brexit side won by just 10 votes.
These 10 votes came from the DUP.
On tonight's episode of The Tommy Robinson Show, I explain why it's important we won this vote, and why I think the DUP is now one of the most important forces in Parliament.