U.K.: What's Next for Brexit After a Historic Defeat in Parliament?

Jan 15, 2019 | 21:28 GMT


Britain's House of Commons overwhelmingly rejected Prime Minister's Theresa May's Brexit plan on Jan. 15, defeating the agreement the British government had negotiated with the European Union 432 votes to 202. Despite the stinging loss, May said she will not resign and promised to hold talks with other parties to find a new plan that the Commons can accept. First, however, she will face a vote of no-confidence from Labour, the main opposition party, on Jan. 16....

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