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).


Thank you for reading The Straits Times

You have reached one of our Premium stories. To continue reading, get access now or log in if you are a subscriber.

What is Premium?