Theresa May has said she is "disappointed" Jeremy Corbyn has yet to take up her offer of talks on Brexit, after surviving a no-confidence vote called by the Labour leader.
Speaking in Downing Street, the prime minister said her door "remains open" to Mr Corbyn, who has called on Mrs May to rule out a "no-deal" Brexit before he will hold talks with her.
The PM's address came after she survived an attempt by the opposition to oust her, prevailing by 325 votes to 306 - a majority of 19.
Mr Corbyn tabled the motion of no confidence in the immediate aftermath of the PM's Brexit deal being overwhelmingly rejected by MPs on Tuesday.
Conservative MPs who voted against their leader on her EU Withdrawal Agreement then rallied around her, along with the DUP, to see off the opposition's attempts to remove Mrs May from Downing Street.
"I believe it is my duty to deliver on the British people's instruction to leave the European Union. And I intend to do so," the PM said outside Number 10.
"So now MPs have made clear what they don't want, we must all work constructively together to set out what parliament does want.
"That's why I am inviting MPs from all parties to come together to find a way forward. One that both delivers on the referendum and can command the support of Parliament.
"This is now the time to put self-interest aside."'
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