UK government wins key parliament vote on programme | Reuters

LONDON British Prime Minister Theresa May won backing for her policy programme with a slender parliamentary majority on Thursday in the first major test of her authority since the June 8 election. May won the vote by 323 votes to 309 votes. (Reporting by Elizabeth Piper, editing by David Milliken)

Reuters June 29, 2017 22:48:19 IST
UK government wins key parliament vote on programme
| Reuters

UK government wins key parliament vote on programme
 Reuters

LONDON British Prime Minister Theresa May won backing for her policy programme with a slender parliamentary majority on Thursday in the first major test of her authority since the June 8 election.

May won the vote by 323 votes to 309 votes.

(Reporting by Elizabeth Piper, editing by David Milliken)

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