Theresa May survives vote, weakened and with an exit date
By seeing off a revolt by her own MPs, British Prime Minister Theresa May has once again proved her ability to survive a political crisis – but in the process acknowledged her time in office is limited.
May responded to a no-confidence vote with a passion she reserves for when her back is against the wall, defending her Brexit deal and warning that ousting her could derail the whole process.
She said she had devoted herself "unsparingly" to delivering the 2016 vote to leave the European Union and was "ready to finish the job".
Thu Dec 13 14:16:00 EAT 2018