Theresa May suffers defeat in Brexit vote: With only six weeks to finalise EU deal, Britain faces political instability
Friday, 15 February 2019 The defeat is symbolic rather than binding but shows how weak May's hand is as she tries to secure changes to her divorce deal from the EU in order to win backing for it in Parliament. It is likely to leave EU leaders wondering whether May can win support for any kind of Brexit deal, given Britain's political instability.
According to CNN, British Prime Minister Theresa May was dealt another humiliating defeat Thursday as lawmakers voted against the latest incarnation of her Brexit plan.
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