Prime Minister Theresa May has won a vote of no confidence tonight by 325 to 306.

Rebel Conservatives and the DUP voted to keep Mrs May in power despite an overwhelming vote against her Brexit deal last night.

The Prime Minister lost by 432 votes to 202 yesterday, the largest defeat in history for any Prime Minister.

Speaking after tonight's win, she said: “I do not take this responsibility lightly. And my government will continue its work to increase our prosperity, to guarantee our security, and to strengthen our union.”

“We must find solutions that are negotiable and command sufficient support in this House.”

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn criticised the PM’s administration, describing her government as “zombie like” and saying she “should do the right thing and resign.”

Mr Corbyn is supported by several MPs from the Liberal Democrats, Green Party, the SNP and Plaid Cymru.

He said: “The Prime Minister has consistently claimed that her deal, which has been decisively rejected, was good for Britain's workers and businesses… she should have nothing to fear by going to the people.”

In response to the vote, Mrs May said she would continue to work to deliver on the solemn promise to the people of this country to deliver on the result of the referendum and leave the European Union.

Mrs May reaffirmed her promise to give MPs another vote on Monday and return to the House of Commons.

She added: “I stand ready to work with any member of this House to deliver Brexit and ensure that this House retains the confidence of the British people.”

Had the Prime Minister not won the vote of no confidence, she would have been expected to resign.

Parliament would then have had 14 days to convince the Queen to form a new government, otherwise a general election would have been called.