UK Prime Minister Theresa May will meet the leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) here on Tuesday seeking support to form a Conservative minority government, the media reported.
May's Conservative Party, which failed to win a majority in an election last week, has been holding talks with the DUP on securing the support of its 10 members of parliament to pass legislation.
"I'm the person who got us into this mess and I'm the one who will get us out of it", she said.
Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster has tweeted that discussions with British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party are "going well" and that she hopes for a conclusion soon.
May has said that the party, with its 10 crucial MPs to make up a majority in the House of Commons for the Conservatives, will have no veto on key policies.
The PM told the backbench 1922 Committee on Monday a deal with the DUP would not affect power-sharing talks in Northern Ireland or LGBT rights.
She reiterated that any deal between her party with the Conservatives was not bad news for devolution in Northern Ireland.
Some have also called into question the United Kingdom government's role as a mediator in the Northern Ireland peace process, with a possible DUP presence in the executive potentially leading to bias during a political vacuum in the region.
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Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said the government was not looking at a formal coalition but would seek assurances that the DUP would vote with May "on the big things".
However, senior minister Damian Green has said the speech, which sets out the Government's programme, could be delayed if a deal is not reached in time.
David Davis, the chief minister for Brexit, and Boris Johnson, the foreign minister, have done their best to dampen rumours of an uprising, with Davis calling them "the height of self-indulgence" and Johnson telling a whatsapp group of MPs to get behind the prime minister.
He told Sky News: "The Prime Minister spoke with, I thought, great authority and also she was generous in acknowledging that the result was not what it should be".
She will have to manage conflicting demands from within her own party, including a proposal for business groups and lawmakers from all parties to agree a national position for Britain's most complex negotiations since World War Two.
Brexit Minister David Davis insisted the government still aimed to take Britain out of the European Union single market in order "to take back control of our borders". "They may well discuss aspects of Brexit but the main focus will be on counterterrorism", May's spokesman said on Monday.
Macron and May are also expected to discuss the need for closer cooperation at the European level to fight terrorism, which they discussed at the G7 in Italy and at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels late last month.