THERESA MAY SURVIVES NO-CONFIDENCE VOTE AFTER BREXIT DEFEAT

Jan 16, 2019

By Bob Komsic

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Theresa May has narrowly survived a vote of no-confidence in Parliament the day after the British prime minister suffered a crushing defeat on her proposed plan to exit the European Union.
(Reuters)
The House of Commons voted 325-306 to reject an opposition motion, which, had it been successful, almost certainly would have forced a general election.
But with the no-confidence motion having failed, attention now turns to whether May can come up with a Plan B by Monday.
The prime minister vows to have one that could win Parliamentary approval but does not offer any specifics.
There’s also growing speculation May could seek to postpone the March 29 deadline for Britain to leave the European Union and will ultimately have to compromise with the Opposition Labour party.
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