the Government's loss was expected and virtually all the british media focuses on the loss of historic magnitude. 432 members voted no, of which 118 were Mays own party colleagues, against 202 votes in favour – no government has been so overruled by the house of commons.
The Sun says to a ”crushed” Theresa May in ”the darkest moment in her career” challenges the members of parliament with tomorrow's förtroendevotum – this during the intro of ”No F-ing May”, a svordomsrelaterad pun, that flows better in the original language than the English word " approximate ”No j-vla May”.
dagens nyheter's correspondent, Erik de la Reguera, who are in London to monitor the vote notes on twitter Theresa Mays defeat also characterizes the start of Wednesday's front pages.https://twitter.com/erikdelareguera/status/1085310668264427520
to that Theresa May may be left. The government to some extent due the northern irish DUP, who voted against the Mays Brexitavtal, has announced that they will give her continued support.
the announcement comes from the partikollegan and the former foreign minister, Boris Johnson, who this summer left his post in protest against the Mays agreements. The Sun points out, however, that Johnson's support is only intended to keep Labour away from power.
residing around the Mays overwhelming loss. The newspaper's front page repeat at 23.30 o'clock on Tuesday evening on at least four occasions to the proposal and Theresa May ”shattered” in today's vote and explains how the prime minister ”was betrayed by 118 of their own party colleagues”. Now waiting, according to the newspaper, ”a government at war about how Brexitkatastrofen to be answered”.
Theresa May has it tough even on the Sunday Express, which both call the loss ”mammutartad” and ”gargantuansk” – a wink to the man-eating giant Gargantuas, rewritten in renässansboken ”Den store Gargantuas terrible life” from 1534.
the Magazine highlights, in particular, the opponents ' reactions to today's vote. Partikollegan and brexitförespråkaren Jacob Rees-Mogg ”annihilating” his prime minister on the newspaper's front page, closely followed by UKIP's former leader Nigel Farage, who calls her ”useless”.