Following suggestions that Boris Johnson would do the "bare minimum", his spokesman says government will press on with domestic policies whatever happens on Brexit.
Party splits burst open as MPs urge Labour leader not to fall into Boris Johnson’s December 12 election “trap”.
The Northern Irish party's 10 votes give the prime minister a much better chance of passing his legislative agenda on Thursday.
In one incident, Lord Stone of Blackheath told a young woman sending him a document on upskirting legislation he hoped it would “contain photos”.
Confidence and supply deal with the Tories will be torn up if the Northern Irish party refuses to back the government's legislative agenda.
Brexit spokesperson Sammy Wilson accuses prime minister of thinking DUP MPs "can't read" the deal and work out its impact on Northern Ireland.
Nick Boles' plan comes amid fears that hardline Brexiteers are pushing for an effective "no trade deal" Brexit at the end of the transition period in 2020.