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Prime Minister Theresa May Wins Confidence Vote In Parliament

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Prime Minister Theresa May Wins Confidence Vote In Parliament

Prime Minister Theresa May Wins Confidence Vote In Parliament

According to Reuters, British Prime Minister Theresa May's government survived a motion of no confidence.

After Prime Minister May's Brexit deal was voted down by the House of Commons, Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn moved for a vote of no confidence against May.

But his attempt to oust May from 10 Downing Street failed by a margin of 19 votes.

Lawmakers in the Parliament voted 325-to-306 in favor of keeping Prime Minister May's government in office.

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