The British special forces soldier enters the building in Nairobi, Kenya, carrying his modified colt Canada rifle.

Pictured: The moment lone hero SAS trooper stormed into Kenyan hotel and exchanged fire with Islamist terrorists who slaughtered 21 – then helped free terrified survivors

British Prime Minister Theresa May during a debate on a motion of no confidence, in the House of Commons in London on Jan. 16, 2019.

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It may be useful for U.S. officials to read this dystopian tale before they sit down with Chinese officials to discuss trade matters. A government that treats its own people this way is unlikely to have greater respect for trade partners.

It may be useful for U.S. officials to read this dystopian tale before they sit down with Chinese officials to discuss trade matters.

Theresa May survives no-confidence motion by 19 votes.

Theresa May survives vote, but Britain remains in Brexit deadlock