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Thai PM survives parliament no-confidence move

Armed with whistles and flags Thai demonstrators took to the streets of Bangkok for another day. But despite the biggest protests since the violence in 2010, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra easily survived a no-confidence vote in parliament. Yingluck's Pheu Thai party dominate the chamber and voted it down. The vote however has done nothing to defuse tensions. On Wednesday hundreds of protesters stormed government buildings and ministries hoping to shut them down and paralyse Yingluck's government. Hundreds stayed overnight.. Their tactics seemed to be working with Yingluck. (SOUNDBITE) (Thai) THAI PRIME MINISTER YINGLUCK SHINAWATRA SAYING; "We understand that this (seizing of government offices) is symbolic of their movement. I'm pleading with the protesters to stop doing this because our administration still needs to operate."(SOUNDBITE) (Thai) THAI PRIME MINISTER YINGLUCK SHINAWATRA SAYING: "We (government and protesters) need

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