Tonight America's closest ally in chaos. Eyes to the right, 202, the nose to the left, 432. After the British Parliament overwhelmingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa Mays divorce deal with Europe. But I asked members on all sides of the house to listen to the British people who want this issue settled.
Her future once again in doubt. I have now tabled a motion of no-confidence in this government. The public voted to ditch the EU, its largest trading partner in what's known as brexit. May has been trying to hammer out the details with a March 29th deadline approaching. Brits are now unsure how or even if they'll leave the EU but tonight May insists she's pushing ahead with brexit.
They once again held out on him when he asked to leave the army.
The forum should hammer out rules for a joint "crisis management mechanism" between the 27-nation bloc and Russia that could be both civilian and military in nature, Merkel said.