Theresa May survives vote of no confidence but is 'mortally wounded' politically
British Prime Minister Theresa May lives to fight another day after she survived a vote of no confidence brought against her by her own Conservative Party members.
May won by 200 to 117 votes. The motion came on the back of 48 Conservative Party members voicing their displeasure in her Brexit policy.
EWN UK correspondent Gavin Grey who is following the story believes that May is mortally wounded after a third of her party looked to unseat her.
May heads to Brussels for a summit with European leaders who have made their Brexit boundaries clear and will not budge.
They (EU) said that they have offered their Brexit deal and that is that.Gavin Grey, EWN UK correspondent
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