UK PM disappointed by ministers’ voting

British Prime Minister Theresa May's office said she was disappointed ministers did not vote with her on Thursday after lawmakers backed a plan that would make it harder for her successor to force through a no-deal Brexit.

The statement issued by Downing Street said Ms. May's successor will take this latest development into account when forming a new government. It comes after Members of Parliament voted 273 to 315 to accept a House of Lords amendment intended to prevent a no-deal Brexit by stopping a future Prime Minister suspending Parliament.

Source: VOV5