Theresa May narrowly dodges the sack as she comes victorious after a narrowly decided no-vote of confidence
There is some good news for Prime Minister Theresa May that she escapes the no-vote confidence in the Parliament. This comes the next day her Brexit deal was historically rejected in the Parliament.
The vote count was 325 to 306 in favor of her. This vote was conducted after the scheduling from Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Theresa May survived two no-confidence-vote in the span of less than two months after the first one was conducted by the MPs of her own party.
Her own MPs may have voted against her deal but was given the support in this voting. The future of UK leaving the EU is still unclear but the newspapers all around the country had their eyes on this voting as they have seen enough negotiations with the EU officials.