Theresa May’s government survived but BREXIT is unclear


The House of Commons voted 325-306 in favor of the government and against the motion. “I do not take this responsibility lightly and my government will continue its work to increase its prosperity, guarantee our security and to strengthen our union. And yes, we will also continue to work to deliver on the solemn promise we made to the people of this country to deliver on the result of the referendum and leave the European Union, “she said. May invited opposition leaders to meet with her individually, beginning as soon as Wednesday night. The no-confidence vote came a day after May’s Brexit deal, negotiated with E.U. leaders, was voted down 432-202, the largest defeat for a sitting government in the history of the House of Commons.


The future for BREXIT is still extremely uncertain. The PM announced a statement about the next steps for BREXIT on next Monday. Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable said in a statement that the vote marked “the beginning of the end of BREXIT.” “With Parliament in deadlock, it is time to go back to the public,” he said, a reference to calls for a second referendum. However, “[revoking Article 50] would mean staying in the European Union, failing to respect the results of the referendum and that is something that this government will not do,” Theresa May sustains.


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