British Prime Minister Theresa May's government survived a no-confidence vote in the House of Commons on Wednesday, in a narrow vote of 325 to 306.
The vote followed party lines. Conservatives and the DUP supported May; Labour, the Liberal Democrats, the Scottish National Party and others opposed her government.
May later pledged to identify and pursue a way forward "that can secure the backing of the House."
The vote comes a day after British lawmakers rejected a draft divorce deal to leave the European Union by a margin of more than 200.
May now has until Monday to present her plan on how to proceed and convince skeptical MPs.
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author: J. Badde