British Prime Minister Theresa May barely clung to power Wednesday after a disastrous rejection of her ‘Brexit’ proposal by the UK Parliament; with legislators voting to keep May by a razor thin 325 to 306 margin.
“Despite the reprieve, May faces a huge struggle to find a way out of her country’s Brexit impasse. She has until Monday to come up with a new blueprint for Britain’s exit from the European Union,” writes the NY Post.
“The opposition Labour Party could try to oust her government again in the hope of triggering snap elections before the scheduled Brexit date,” adds the author.
May’s Brexit proposal was harshly rejected this week by members of her party and the opposition; raising serious questions over the UK’s impending divorce from the European Union in the coming weeks.
Read the full report at the New York Post.