British Prime Minister Theresa May survives parliament’s no-confidence vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a no-confidence vote sparked by the crushing defeat of her Brexit deal, weeks before the UK reportedly leaves the European Union.

May emerged victorious in parliament’s first no-confidence vote in a British government in 26 years, by a 325 to 306 margin, a majority of 19.

The British Prime Minister was on Tuesday dealt the heaviest drubbing by parliament in modern British political history with 432 votes to 202, over the divorce terms she reached with Brussels.


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