Prime Minister Theresa Could has received a vote of confidence in her management of the Conservative Occasion by 200 to 117.
Mrs Could is now immune from a management problem for a 12 months.
Talking in Downing Road, she vowed to ship the Brexit “that folks voted for”.
However she mentioned she had listened to the issues of MPs who voted towards her and could be preventing for adjustments to her Brexit deal at an EU summit on Thursday.
Mrs Could mentioned she had a “renewed mission – delivering the Brexit individuals voted for, bringing the nation again collectively and constructing a rustic that basically works for everybody.”
The prime minister received the boldness vote with a majority of 83, with 63% of Conservative MPs backing her and 37% voting towards her.
The BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg mentioned the consequence was “under no circumstances comfy” for the prime minister and a “actual blow” to her authority.
The arrogance vote was triggered by 48 of her MPs offended at her Brexit coverage, which they are saying betrays the 2016 referendum consequence.
How have Conservative MPs reacted?
Jacob Rees-Mogg, who led requires the boldness vote, mentioned it was a “horrible consequence for the prime minister” and referred to as on her to resign.
Andrew Bridgen, who voted towards Mrs Could, mentioned it was “big alternative missed to reset our Brexit negotiations with a brand new prime minister” and there was a danger of “stalemate” in Parliament.
However former senior minister Damian Inexperienced mentioned it was a “decisive” victory for the prime minister, which ought to enable her to “transfer on and get on with the job in hand”.
Cupboard minister Chris Grayling mentioned: “This has hardly been a joyful day for the Conservative Occasion nevertheless it has voted very comfortably that it desires her to remain, desires her to take us via Brexit.”
The consequence was greeted by cheers and applause from Tory MPs because it was introduced by backbench Tory chairman Sir Graham Brady.
The prime minister nonetheless faces a battle to get the Brexit deal she agreed with the EU via the UK Parliament, with all opposition events and, clearly, dozens of her personal MPs towards it.
What are the opposition saying?
Labour frontbencher Rebecca Lengthy-Bailey mentioned: “This deal that she has on the desk is not going to get via Parliament.”
She mentioned Labour would desk a no-confidence movement that every one MPs – not simply Conservatives – will be capable to vote in once they felt they’d an opportunity of profitable it, and forcing a basic election.
The SNP’s Stephen Gethins urged Labour to “step as much as the plate” and name a vote of no confidence in Mrs Could, accusing the federal government of “enjoying video games with individuals’s lives”.
DUP deputy chief Nigel Dodds mentioned his social gathering, which helps preserve Mrs Could in energy, was nonetheless involved concerning the Irish backstop plan, which most MPs have been towards.
“I do not suppose this vote actually adjustments something very a lot by way of the arithmetic,” he advised BBC Information.
However he mentioned the DUP wouldn’t help a no-confidence movement in Parliament at this stage.
PM pledges to not battle subsequent election
Mrs Could earlier vowed to battle on to ship her Brexit deal, which she argues is the one choice for leaving the EU in an orderly means on 29 March.
However in a last-minute pitch to her MPs earlier than the vote she promised to face down as chief earlier than the following scheduled election in 2022.
Whereas “in her coronary heart” she needed to battle one other election as chief, she realised her social gathering didn’t need her to. Nevertheless, she resisted calls to place a agency date on her departure.
If she had misplaced the boldness vote Mrs Could would have been pressured to face down as Conservative Occasion chief, after which as prime minister.
However she is now anticipated to journey to a summit in Brussels on Thursday to proceed attempting to steer EU leaders to alter the deal – they’ve beforehand mentioned it can’t be renegotiated.
The result of the vote was welcomed by Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz, who mentioned avoiding a no-deal exit from the EU was their “shared purpose”.