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Prime Minister Theresa May Survives No Confidence Vote

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Prime Minister Theresa May Survives No Confidence Vote

Prime Minister Theresa May Survives No Confidence Vote

According to Business Insider, British Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a motion of no confidence in the Parliament.

A day after the British Parliament rejected the UK's withdrawal agreement from the EU, ministers called for a vote of no confidence against Prime Minister May's government for their handling of Brexit.

But the political deadlock over Brexit will continue, as Prime Minister May's government will remain in office.

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