With DUP, she has 228, more than enough.
If her traitors force a spill, party goes Remain, stalls Brexit, then DUP, staunchly Union and Brexit, will stop supporting her:
So if she stands firm on Brexit and her leadership, reforms her loonier policies, dismisses those advisors, all should be well for five years.
But to satisfy the DUP, she MUST show some spine and not be a weasel as she has been till now. She personally got back with a commanding majority – all the rest is hysterics.
Corbyn lost this badly. Any normal leader would have romped home over May. DUP leader has said she’s going to enjoy giving Corbyn a right kicking.
So there it is for Tessa – she’s now forced to be hard Brexit, otherwise she’ll lose all.