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Government whips overcame the rebellion by a dozen Tory lawmakers -- reportedly issuing last-ditch threats it would prompt a no-confidence vote in the prime minister -- by just seven votes.
After two years of wrangling with her Conservative party, May finally presented her plan this month for economic ties with the EU after Brexit, sparking outrage among hardliners in the party.
Brexit: Ex education secretary Justine Greening backs new Brexit vote as eurosceptics pressure Theresa May
Former education secretary Justine Greening, who opposed Brexit, said May's plan to follow European Union rules on trade in goods without being able to influence them was "the worst of both worlds".
Theresa May went on to defend her controversial new White Paper for Brexit, which has shaken up her government with high-profile Cabinet resignations.
Trump started his trip Wednesday by blasting Germany for falling well short of its NATO spending.
With several MPs turning face after the controversial Brexit White Paper within her own Conservative party, PM May sought to win over President Trump after Britain exits from the European Union.
Trump said, May's plan would "probably kill the deal" as it would mean the US "would be dealing with the European Union" instead of the UK.
Prime Minister Theresa May said her plan to keep close economic ties with the EU once Britain leaves the bloc next March was 'principled and pragmatic'.
US President Donald Trump today said he was not sure that Britons had voted for the Brexit plan presented by Prime Minister Theresa May, which has triggered a British cabinet rebellion.
US President Trump, British PM Theresa May get Croatian jerseys ahead of England FIFA World Cup semi-final
Trump was given the number nine jersey of striker Andrej Kramaric, while May received the number 10 jersey of Croatia captain Luka Modric.
Even after receiving a number of resignations, the British Prime Minister promise an orderly departure from the European Union (EU).
The extra deployment will take the total number of British troops in the country to around 1,100.
May was forced to carry out a reshuffle of her top team after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis both quit over differences with her over Brexit.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit minister David Davis resigned within hours of each other, denouncing a plan that the cabinet had only agreed on Friday.
In a two-page letter to Prime Minister Theresa May, the leading Brexit supporter said that while he initially accepted the government's proposal, it now 'sticks in the throat'.