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The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has survived a vote of no confidence in her government. She's said she's now willing to meet with opposition parties to discuss a way forward on Brexit, but most have called on her to first rule out Britain leaving the EU without a deal. On Tuesday parliamentarians voted overwhelmingly against legislation which Mrs May had negotiated in order to leave the European Union.
Also in the programme: Aftermath of the attack on a hotel and office complex in Nairobi; and IS suicide bombing in Manbij in Syria.
(Photo: Theresa May in the House of Commons after surviving a no-confidence vote; Credit: Press Association)
Special broadcast from Westminster: a day after an historic defeat for the UK government’s Brexit deal. Does anyone have a Plan B? And whats the view from the European Union. Today, the Mrs May faces an opposition motion of no confidence and the clock is ticking towards crashing out of the EU with no deal.
Also on the programme: a report looking at South Africa's education system and we will hear from those caught up in the attack in the Kenyan capital Nairobi.
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Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union has been defeated by 432 votes to 202. Doubt has now been cast on the whole Brexit process. The main opposition Labour party swiftly tabled a no-confidence motion in her government, which will be debated on Wednesday.
Also in the programme: The government in Kenya says security forces have retaken control of a hotel and office complex in the capital, Nairobi, that was stormed by gunmen. Witnesses and officials say several people were killed and many injured.
(Photo: Theresa May; Credit: EPA)
British MPs are beginning a final day of debate on the terms of the country's departure from the European Union.We will be at Westminster assessing what happens next.
Also on the programme: the former president of Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, has been acquitted of crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court; and there has been an attack on a hotel complex in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi -- we will have the latest.
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A Canadian man has been sentenced to death in China for drug smuggling apparently escalating tension between the two countries. Also, Britain’s Prime Minister, Theresa May, urges MPs to look again at her Brexit deal with the EU. And the mayor of Gdansk, Poland has died in hospital, a day after being stabbed at a charity event.
(PHOTO: Robert Lloyd Schellenberg during his retrial on drug trafficking charges in China. CREDIT Getty Images)
Turkey has reacted angrily after President Trump threatened to "devastate" its economy if it attacks Kurdish forces after the US withdrawal from Syria. We look at how capable the US is of doing so.
Also in the programme; why millions of fish have died in Australia - and what Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai does for fun.
(Photo: US President Donald Trump (L) and Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) speak as they attend the NATO summit. Credit: Getty Images)