The British Prime Minister, Theresa May preclude a re-election. A parliamentary election was "not at this time" in the national interest, said May during the weekly question hour in the Parliament on Wednesday.
On the question of whether you could rule out a second Brexit Referendum, she said: "I think we should respect the Referendum in 2016 has taken place." At the time, a slim majority of Britons voted for the country's exit from the EU.More about
Brexit Theresa May must vote
Distrust of The Prime Minister must still be on Wednesday evening, a vote of no-confidence to your office as leader of the conservative party in government. May should lose the vote of no-confidence, no longer would keep her Post as Prime Minister. (dpa)