THERESA May tonight saw off Labour’s attempt to kick her out and trigger a General Election – but now the hard part starts AGAIN.
The PM announced talks with opposition leaders as she attempts to thrash out a Brexit deal which can actually work – or prepare for No Deal.
Mrs May survived this evening’s no-confidence vote after the Tories and DUP weighed in behind her to stop Mr Corbyn getting a shot at No10.
She won the support of 325 MPs, with 306 voting against her – a majority of 19.
But she is still no closer to reaching a Brexit deal which Parliament and the EU can accept following last night’s record-breaking Commons defeat.
All Tory and DUP MPs voted to keep Mrs May in office, along with Northern Ireland independent Sylvia Hermon – while all opposition MPs voted against her except three ex-Labour independents.
Speaking outside Number 10 tonight the PM begged Jeremy Corbyn to work with her to deliver Brexit – saying it was time for them to work together.
The PM said she was disappointed that so far the Labour boss has rejected calls to find a Brexit plan that MPs can agree with. But she added: “our door remains open”.
Tonight she had talks with the SNP, Lib Dem’s and Plaid Cymru in an attempt to find a way forward through the deadlock.
But the Labour boss insisted that a No Deal Brexit must be taken off the table first.
It comes just 24 hours after her Brexit deal suffered a humiliating defeat last night.
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