It is time to put own interests aside and find a solution to Britain's way out of the EU.
so says the british prime minister, Theresa May, on Wednesday evening, after she survived a mistillidsafstemning in the british parliament.
- The british people will have that we go ahead with brexit. The agreement with the EU was rejected by the parliament - with a big margin.
- Now, the honourable members have said, what they will not. Now we need to work together to find out what they want.
- It is time to put own interests aside, says Theresa May.
She is disappointed that the Labour party, the largest opposition party, is not willing to negotiate.
May says she Wednesday have already had discussions with three other parties in the opposition.
- I am disappointed that the leader of the Labour party not willing to negotiate, but our door is open, says Theresa May with regard to Jeremy Corbyn.
Wednesday's mistillidsafstemning ended with 325 members in parliament supported Theresa May, and 306 voted against.
the prime minister got the support of his conservative party colleagues and the northern ireland party Democratic Unionist Party (DUP).
the Vote came on top of Tuesday's vote on the text of the agreement, which the EU and Theresa May negotiated last year.
It contains the terms the Uk might leave the european cooperation.
Brexitaftalen was on Tuesday voted down with 202 votes for and 432 against, and it got Jeremy Corbyn from the Labour party to demand a vote to test the confidence in Theresa May.
In december, was May also the center of a mistillidsafstemning.
The time, however, it was only in the conservative parliamentary group, and here did she also frisag.
the Uk is to leave the european UNION 29. march.