The British Parliament has rejected the Brexit bill, but it has also defeated the motion of no-confidence. Is there a mechanism in place for the PM to merge these two votes so that if you don't vote for the Brexit bill, you are automatically voting for no-confidence?
I understand that even if this were a possibility, maybe nobody would want to do it, but is it a technical possibility? Is there a system in place that allows/forbids motions to be interdependent? If so, can the merge be done solely by the Prime Minister or does it require a majority in Parliament?