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Theresa May making a statement to the House of Commons on Monday ahead of the crunch Brexit vote next week.

Theresa May resists pressure from Cabinet rebels and orders her MPs to vote down amendments that would stop a No Deal Brexit

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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Theresa May survives no-confidence motion by 19 votes.

Theresa May survives vote, but Britain remains in Brexit deadlock

And it is very difficult to take back power from a bureaucracy set on keeping it. Pass all the laws you like, win every election, and you still may not get what you want. Ask the British.

Not the people — nor, quite often, their elected representatives.

High-vis yellow vests will be donned again in less than 24 hours.

Tomorrow’s Yellow Vest violence set to be worst so far – and its spreading

The result of the no-confidence vote is to create more uncertainty ahead of a vote on May’s withdrawal agreement.

The prime minister survived a no-confidence vote, but Britain is sliding into a constitutional crisis.