Northern Ireland can get £300m from Brexit deal: Bradley
David Purdue: Blackmail in any language and not right. Corruption to core.
Robert Gardiner: I won’t believe it until I see it written on the side of an Ulsterbus.
Patrick Joseph: Does she think the DUP can be bought? That they are some kind of pound-hungry politicians? Who does she think... oh, wait...
Steve GolemboskiByrne: That’s just for Paisley’s next summer holiday.
Lesley-Ann Gray Kneale: More bribery from this useless government.
Patrick Joseph: Lesley-Ann Gray Kneale, well, it worked before.
Gavin Taylor: Bribery and corruption at its very best.
Patrick Joseph: Gavin Taylor, they obviously know with whom they are dealing. Charlie Clarke: Ironic that £109m of it is coming from EU funding. The EU might want a refund.
Nicholas Trelford: Charlie Clarke, some of the money is used in the Republic, which will be staying in the EU.
Colin Bracken: Charlie Clarke, ironic, really when it’s UK money coming back rebranded as EU money.
The DUP don’t care about the people here, so this won’t work.
Wesley Scott: If it’s not going your way, throw money at it.
Patrick Joseph: Wesley Scott, you seeing the pattern too?
Wesley Scott: Patrick Joseph, oh, yes.
Brendan Lemon: I would say that it’s more of a bribe than a catch. Alison Falloon: Bribery and corruption from the top. Government and politicians should set an example. Not worth voting for any of them.
Liz Lyness: What does it matter? No Stormont, so no money getting used. If they spent as much time focusing on Stormont as they do on Brexit, things might get better here.
David Coleman: Don’t think you can start buying the people again.