Theresa May escapes no-confidence motion

British Prime Minister Theresa May narrowly escaped a no-confidence vote in Parliament on Wednesday by 325 to 306. In the vice versa case she would have ousted from power and paving probably a way to general elections.

United Kingdom is fast approaching the March 29 date when final Brexit to take place, but it is yet not known how things would be done.

A day before Rebel Tory MPs and the DUP rejected May’s Brexit plan by good margin. Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn said she has lost the right to govern.

May said, “…continue to work to deliver on the solemn promise to the people of this country to deliver on the result of the referendum and leave the European Union.”

Starting tonight she would be meeting leaders of all parties individually to find negotiable solutions and get enough support in the House.

Corbyn said Theresa May government need to remove clearly prospect of catastrophe of a no-deal exit from the bloc along with the chaos to come as an aftermath of it.

All the opposition parties supported no-confidence motion of Corbyn.

Earlier, French President Emmanuel Macron said British would ask for extension to negotiate.

EU officials said they can talk to May is there is something new and if she scrubs some of the red lines set by her.

Paul Linus