Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a confidence vote of Conservative MPs.
She won the vote 200 to 117, meaning a large chunk of her own MPs voted against her.
That equates to a whopping 37% of May’s own parliamentary party who have no confidence in her.
This shatters her authority: a huge number of Tory MPs simply no longer have faith in the Prime Minister.
Jacob Rees-Mogg responded by saying that May should resign. More than 100 of his Conservative colleagues clearly now agree.