The Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote of no confidence.
Embattled Mrs May faced a “rebellion” after enough Tory MPs requested a vote of no confidence to trigger a contest.
Despite 15% of her parliamentary MPs deciding they had no confidence in her, the Prime Minister has clung on to power for now.
Tory MPs voted 200 to 117 they had confidence in Theresa May as leader, a majority of 83.
To little fanfare, chairman of the Conservative’s 1922 committee, Sir Graham Brady, announced the result of the vote.
Following the announcement, party members and MPs cheered in apparent congratulation for the PM
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