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Hi, I'm Martin and this is Newsround.
Coming up in the next few minutes...
I'm in London where a massive decision has been made
about how the UK will leave the European Union.
This year's Oscar nominations are revealed.
And the miraculous birth of this baby bat.
First up, there's been a really important decision about how the UK
will leave a club of countries called the European Union.
Jenny is live in London for us.
Jenny, what's been going on there?
Hello, I'm outside the Supreme Court, the most important
court in the country.
This morning, 11 judges who work here made a massive decision
about something you might have heard mentioned a lot recently - Brexit.
Today this area has been full of TV cameras,
journalists and lawyers.
There have big crowds of people here too.
That's because this is a topic people feel really strongly about.
So, what's the decision and why is it so important?
Six months ago the UK voted to leave the EU.
How this will happen has been argued over ever since.
So the Supreme Court - where the most important
judges in Britain sit - was asked to make a decision.
About who decides to tell the European Union
that the UK is leaving.
So, Britain is going to tell the EU it's leaving by using
something called Article 50.
And the Prime Minister Theresa May thought it should be the UK
government's decision about when to use it.
But others thought that Parliament - where MPs make and vote on laws -
should do it instead.
And the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish governments also
thought they should have their say.
The Supreme Court has now said that it's just the UK Parliament
which gets to decide about Article 50.
So now all MPs get to vote on it - they are expected to decide
that the UK should start saying goodbye to the European Union.
Theresa May wants that to happen by the end of March.
And don't forget there's loads more info about what leaving
the European Union could mean for the UK and how
it's going to happen.
You can also have a look at Ricky's explanation of all the words
and phrases everyone seems to be using!
Next up, and it's that time again in the world of film -
Oscar nominations are out and everyone will be hoping
to win one of these.
Kubo and the Two Strings is one of the films up
for Best Animated Feature as well as Moana and Zootropolis.
The winners will be revealed at a ceremony in February.
Meet Alice - she's 15 and has trouble seeing,
but now her life has been transformed by Billy,
her very own guide dog.
She's one of the youngest people in the country to be given one.
Here's their story.
It's the new term and there's a new face at this high school
in Nottinghamshire - a very furry one.
Billy the Labrador is just one of around 50 expert pups helping
to guide blind children or those who have problems with
therir sight in England.
I think it's good because I don't have to constantly have
people watching me.
He gives me a bit more freedom.
In the past, guide dogs weren't paired with children
as they were thought to be too much of a responsibility
for a young person.
But now, the rules have changed.
The amount of work you have to do with him and the
responsibility is overwhelming.
But if you put the work in, you get the results out of it.
These two have been together since October
and are getting on just fine.
Having Billy in school just allows her to gain that
independence, build resilience, confidence, and go
through her school life as every other child would.
The school had to create a quiet area for Billy to rest
in and somewhere for him to walk.
And he's been a big hit with the rest of the pupils too.
He's a bit of a poser.
They did say the novelty will wear off but everybody still loves him.
You might have heard of a smart car but this
is a pretty smart bus, it drives itself!
It's just been launched in France.
It will go between two train stations to start.
It'll carry six people at a time and uses sensors to figure
out its surroundings.
Finally, zoo keepers at San Diego Safari Park
are celebrating the arrival of this baby fruit bat.
His mother had problems giving birth, and staff needed to perform
an emergency operation to save him.
The surgery had never been done on a fruit bat before.
That's all from me.
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