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Theresa May survives no confidence vote after humiliating Brexit defeat in Commons

Daily Record Wednesday, 16 January 2019
Theresa May survives no confidence vote after humiliating Brexit defeat in CommonsThe Prime Minister is now expected to push a Brexit deal through Parliament after MPs voted in her support.
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May's Brexit agreement was defeated in the House of Commons the day before.

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