British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has reportedly seen off a vote of no confidence in parliament on Wednesday, brought after MPs overwhelmingly rejected the Brexit deal.

Main opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn called the vote after Tuesday’s crushing defeat for May over the EU divorce agreement — but her Conservative MPs rallied behind her and the government won the confidence vote by 325 to 306, staving off the threat of a general election

Theresa May comfortably won the no-confidence vote, by a majority of 19. The vote came after a debate which saw Jeremy Corbyn accuse her of leading “a zombie government”.

Tom Watson, the deputy Labour leader, closed the debate with a powerful speech saying May does not “possess the necessary political skills, empathy, ability, and most crucially the policy, to lead this country any longer”

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