Industry embraces May's slim victory over no confidence vote

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Theresa May is now reaching out MPs in a bid to secure her position and negotiate a deal that gets Parliament's approval amid ongoing uncertainty over the next steps, after the prime minister barely survived a no confidence motion by 19 votes. The support of the 10 members of the DUP allowed May to survive the no confidence motion pushed by Labour. She is set to publish her revised plan on leaving the EU to Parliament on 21 of January with a full debate and the key vote on it scheduled for the 29 of January. May's last night slim victory followed an overwhelming defeat on Tuesday i...

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