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May’s Brexit deal has been overwhelmingly rejected by MPs by 432 votes to 202, a majority against of 230
Labour calls vote of no confidence after deal is rejected
May says she will not quit even after heavy defeat
May’s Brexit deal has been overwhelmingly rejected by MPs by 432 votes to 202, a majority against of 230 Labour calls vote of no confidence after deal is rejected May says she will not quit even after heavy defeat

LONDON (Reuters)(AIWA! NO!) – British Prime Minister Theresa May will give a statement from Downing Street shortly after 2200 GMT, her office said on Wednesday, after she survived a parliamentary no confidence vote.

May has proposed immediate talks with other party leaders in an attempt to break the deadlock on a Brexit divorce agreement after her plan was heavily defeated by MPs on Tuesday.

Reporting by Alistair Smout; editing by Costas Pitas

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