Media Coverage Teresa May removes the challenge of Jeremy Corbin to overthrow her government by 325 to 306 votes. its government, which won a vote of no confidence from 325 to 306.
Rebel MPs and DUP – who 24 hours ago voted for Brexit's top-level prime minister's plan – voted to hold her in Downing Street. Labor leader Jeremy Corbin claims that the "zombie" administration of Ms. May has lost the right to run during a six-hour debate on his proposal.
His party has not rejected the possibility of submitting new requests for mistrust. to the vote of confidence
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Responding to the outcome, Ms. May told MPs that she "will continue to work on the solemn promise that people in this country will achieve the results of the referendum and leave the European Union"
She invited the leaders all parties to hold individual meetings with her on their way to Brexit, starting tonight, but urged them to turn to them with a "constructive spirit."
"We need to find solutions that are negotiable and give enough support to Parliament," she added.
But Mr Corbin said that before a "positive discussion" could take place, the Prime Minister should exclude Brexit without a deal.
"The government must remove clearly, once and for all, the prospect of a disaster from the EU and of all the chaos that will come as a result of that," he told MPs.
Ms. May also confirmed her promise to return to the City Council on Monday to give parliamentarians another vote on her plans.
"Parliament has trusted this government," she said.
"I am ready to work with every Member of Parliament to provide Brexit and to ensure that Parliament maintains the trust of the British people."