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The liberal former Belgian prime minister is a proponent of much closer integration with national governments giving up more powers to Brussels.
"We have yet to see any detail of the discussions between the DUP and Tories", she said.
Any extra money for Northern Ireland under a Conservative-DUP deal at Westminster should also lead to more cash for Wales, say Welsh ministers.
"Discussions are going well with the government and we hope soon to be able to bring this work to a successful conclusion", Foster tweeted.
Ministers have already said that the Queen's Speech may have to be set back from its scheduled date of next Monday, June 19, because of the ongoing negotiations.
Speaking straight after a meeting with DUP leader Arlene Foster, the Prime Minister praised the increased diversity in the chamber, noting the record number of LGB MPs as well as the record number of BME MPs, disabled MPs and female MPs.
"We enter these talks in a positive fashion, we are first and foremost unionists and therefore we want to secure the union".
In return, the DUP is expected to seek more investment for Northern Ireland and a strong commitment to ensuring that the Border remains frictionless after Brexit.
Commenting on the proposed DUP-Conservative deal, Sinn Féin MP Elisha McCallion said her party's priority was "defending the Good Friday Agreement, protecting our public services and establishing an executive based on equality and respect".
Sinn Fein's Michelle Gildernew (Fermanagh and South Tyrone) raised concern about an alliance, saying: "This new arrangement is very unsettling and people are concerned and wary of what it may mean, and what promises will be given or promises extracted from Theresa May".
May made clear the Brexit negotiations would begin next despite uncertainty.
"It's passing quicker than anyone believes..."
On Monday, the European Commission insisted it was "fully prepared and ready for the negotiations to start" the process.
But in an article for the Financial Times, the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier has warned the United Kingdom that there is "no time to waste" to get the process - which has 18 months to run - under way.
"The door of course is still open as long as Brexit negotiations have not been concluded", he said.
- Britain is welcome to change its mind and stay in the European Union, but it should not expect to keep getting its EU budget rebates or complex opt-outs from EU rules, the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator said on Wednesday, June 14, Reuters reports.
"We haven't negotiated, we haven't progressed. The current uncertainty can not continue", he said on Twitter.
The Prime Minister has been forced to make assurances to members of her own party on LGBT rights, after prominent interventions from out politicians.
May faces a hard balancing act.
But May faces a hard balancing act: Divisions over Europe helped sink the premierships of Margaret Thatcher, John Major and David Cameron, and many of her lawmakers and party membership support a sharp break with the EU.