Britain's embattled prime minister has survived a no-confidence vote by members of her own party.

It was a narrow victory, but it allows Theresa May to continue negotiating with European Union leaders, for concessions on her Brexit deal. 

But EU leaders have insisted the agreement is non-negotiable.

So, can her parliamentary victory give May leverage with EU leaders?

Presenter: Imran Kahn


Julien Hoez - policy analyst for Vocal Europe, an online news service.

Thom Brooks - dean and professor of Law and Government at Durham Law School.

Jonathan Lis - deputy director at British Influence.

Source: Al Jazeera News