"We don't adopt [DUP's] views, we don't adopt their policies," Davis said, when asked about the DUP stance on these matters.
According to the broadcaster, Davis stressed that the DUP position on these issues would not lead to any changes in the law of the United Kingdom, where both abortion and same-sex marriage are legal, except in Northern Ireland.
Arlene Foster, the DUP leader said in 2016 that she would not want the 1967 act legalizing abortion in the rest of the United Kingdom to extend to Northern Ireland. Foster has been the first minister of Northern Ireland since January 2016.
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