After winning her no-confidence vote, Theresa May has been meeting MPs and opposition parties.

The PM saw off a bid to remove her government from power by 325 to 306 votes, the day after her plan for leaving the EU was rejected.

Afterwards, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn refused to join talks unless the threat of a no-deal exit was ruled out.

The PM said she wanted to approach discussions in a "constructive spirit".

She is to publish her new plan on EU withdrawal to Parliament on Monday with a full debate and a key vote on it scheduled for January 29.

Watford MP Richard Harrington said: “Of course, the Government won the confidence of Parliament last night.

“I have always said that Theresa May is best person to lead us through these negotiations and deliver on the referendum result.

“I’m afraid the Labour party are yet to come up with a plan or a clear position on Brexit, with Jeremy Corbyn still refusing to engage in talks with the Prime Minister.

“I really welcome the fact the Prime Minister is listening to MPs from all sides of the house to try and reach a consensus.

“I am optimistic that we will be able to find a way forward, with a Brexit deal that will not only win the support of MPs, but also the people of the UK.

“My priority is protecting jobs and prosperity for my constituents, and so I would like to see the Prime Minister ruling out a ‘no deal’ at this stage.

“The best option is for us to leave in an orderly way with a good deal, providing businesses and EU citizens living here in the UK, with the certainty they need.”

Other MPs have also come forward, David Gauke, MP for South West Hertfordshire said: “Very pleased with result.

“It is now for all MPs to work constructively to find a way forward.”

MP for Hitchin and Harpenden Bim Afolami said: “I’m glad the Prime Minister and the Conservative Government have won the confidence of the House of Commons.

“This vote has cleared the air, and now we can focus on what matters – preventing a no deal outcome whilst delivering on the result of the 2016 referendum.

“That’s what people voted for, and the Prime Minister has my full support in securing that objective.”