Record rejection of Brexit deal leaves Theresa May with limited options

LONDON - British Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to remain in office after Parliament in London rejected her deal for Britain's departure from the European Union by a margin of 230 MPs against her in the 650 member-strong House of Commons, the biggest and most humiliating defeat ever recorded by a British government.

But Britain's opposition Labour Party has already tabled a motion of no confidence in the Cabinet, which will be voted upon later on Wednesday (Jan 16).

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