The Brexit vote was delayed by Theresa May. What might happen next?
"I think we're beyond the stage where a little bit of unicorn dust on the political declaration is just not going to swing it for her," one expert said.
LONDON — In the maelstrom of uncertainty engulfing Britain, this week was supposed to bring some clarity on Brexit.
No such luck. At the 11th hour, Prime Minister Theresa May pulled the plug on one of the most eagerly awaited parliamentary votes since the British public opted to leave the European Union in a 2016 referendum.
Then on Wednesday, some of her party's lawmakers sought to oust her. She survived a no-confidence vote, but suffered a serious blow to her authority. May also appears no closer to finding a solution for her country.