New Delhi:17/1:(odiannews):Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday survived a no-confidence motion by a majority of 19 and set in motion the process of rebooting her approach of government to Brexit after the withdrawal agreement was rejected by the House of Commons on Tuesday.
Conservative rebels and the 10-member Democratic Unionist Party that voted against the agreement voted in support of May during the no-confidence motion brought by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. The motion was rejected 325 to 306 after a six-hour debate.
May said after surviving the motion: “We must find a solution that has sufficient command and support of the House. I will start meeting senior parliamentarians and party leaders from tonight in a constructive spirit to identify ways to secure endorsement of parliament "