LONDON – British prime minister Theresa May has a motion of censure of a group of members of parliament from her own Conservative party survived. The majority of the 317 members of parliament left the Brexit hotly contested May not fall. The Conservatives voted 200 for the prime minister, and 117 voted against her.
The result means no end to the ’Brexitchaos’, but May hold for the time being the control of the government. According to the rules of the Conservative party and the parliamentarians for a year now not a motion of censure. May itself promised prior to the vote that they stand for the next parliamentary elections, to withdraw as party leader.
That vote is in may 2022 on the agenda. Within the Conservative party prevails fear that the left-wing radical leader of Labour, Jeremy Corbyn, head of government is chosen.
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