The Report: What can we expect from Theresa May's Brexit Deal?
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has survived a vote of no confidence. A vote of no confidence , lets members of parliament decide whether they want the government to continue and could trigger a general election.
However, The opposition party Labour motion, was defeated by a 19 vote margin of 325 to 306. Mrs May has held talks with the other parties, including the Liberal democrats and the Scottish National Party on Brexit. However, Labour has so far refused to take part, unless the Prime minister rules out a No Deal Brexit. So, what does the future hold for Britain and British politics?
Dr Alan Wager
Research Associate for The UK in a Changing Europe