twice she has suffered big defeats. And the two times she's been sitting.
Also not on Tuesday night, where a historically large majority in the 149 mps rejected the prime minister's agreement with the EU for the second time in just two months, May opened, that she will leave the post as prime minister.
instead, she confirmed in the minutes after his defeat of the british parliament house of commons that she will fight on for a proper divorce with the EU in the coming days.
Policy - 12. mar. 2019 - at. 20:22 Disaster for May: Brexitaftale defeated
I continue to believe that the best outcome will be if the Uk can leave the EU in an orderly way, says May in the house of Commons immediately after the vote on Tuesday night.
Theresa May has, however, promised that the government will follow the european parliament's decision, if they, for example, choose to vote for a 'no deal'-brexit.
May stressed last night, to vote, to be held in Westminster on Wednesday, is free, which means that also her own regeringskolleger can vote according to their beliefs.
Quite attention-grabbing, the uk government has not a central position, whether it is for or against a 'no deal'-brexit in the forthcoming vote.
There is no real precedent in the british parliament, where a prime minister has been defeated two times in key votes without stepping back.
in Fact, the evening's majority, with 149 votes over in history as the fourth largest defeat of a sitting prime minister. The record is also Mays.
At the first vote the majority was against the May, namely, on the entire 230 votes. Thus May have minimized the damage by 81 votes.
Many have in recent days wondered if Theresa May was about to throw in the towel, but her statements immediately after Tuesday night's defeat does not suggest that it is in her thoughts. Instead the plan is now in the first place, to hold tomorrow's 'no deal'-vote.