Theresa May is trying to reassure parties in Northern Ireland that she can ensure a Brexit deal that shuns a hard territory with Ireland.
In a lecture to business leaders in Belfast, the PM pledged to secure a address the EU that “commands broad support” and a majority in parliament.
The DUP supervisor, Arlene Foster, said the “toxic backstop” remained the problem.
Brussels was “unfortunately turning their face against that” and needed respect for unionism in NI, she added.
Mrs Foster speaking out as the European Commission sanctioned the prime minister will call Brussels on Thursday for talks with its president Jean-Claude Juncker.
This follows a visit by Taoiseach( Irish Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar on Wednesday.
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