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Tonight at Ten: They used punishment beatings to keep victims in line.

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11 people from one family are convicted over modern day slavery.

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Members of the Rooney clan lived a life of luxury,

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while their workers were paid little or nothing at all.

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Police described the conditions some of their captives had to live

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They were living in caravans that were dirty.

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Many had to use the wood as a toilet and some

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were living in stable blocks, with animals.

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The convictions come after one of the biggest ever investigations

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His advisors are pursuing diplomacy, but President Trump maintains

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America is "locked and loaded", ready to deal with North Korea.

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We'll either be very, very successful quickly,

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or we're going to be very, very successful in a

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The cannabis factory inside a nuclear bunker.

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Three men are jailed, after drugs worth ?1 million are seized.

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And a seven-goal thriller at the Emirates - as Arsenal beat

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Leicester in the first match of the new Premier League season.

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And coming-up in Sportsday on BBC News:

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We're live at the World Athletics Championships with the latest

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from the London Stadium, and the rest of the

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11 people from one family in Lincolnshire have been convicted

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of involvement with a modern day slavery ring.

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It follows one of the biggest police investigations of its kind.

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The Rooney family ran a driveway resurfacing company,

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and targeted vulnerable homeless people as workers.

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But their victims were paid little or no wages, and suffered punishment

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They were also housed in squalid conditions that detectives described

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Our correspondent Judith Moritz reports

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Fathers, sons, cousins across the generations,

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11 members of one family, whose cruelty has

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The Rooneys were the masters - this is where they kept their slaves.

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They were forced to live in these caravans in squalor

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and in filth, conditions not fit for human habitation.

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Whilst those who controlled them lived in comfort and luxury.

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The Rooneys had many victims, including this man, whose

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interview has been re-voiced to protect his identity.

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I've been on and off the streets for years, drugs and alcohol.

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I haven't seemed to be able to get settled.

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Sometimes I have flashbacks, and, you know what I mean,

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The Rooneys were flashy with their money, going on holidays

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to Barbados and paying for cosmetic surgery.

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By stark contrast, the 18 men they kept as slaves lived

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One man was held for quarter of a century.

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Patrick Rooney was one of those posing as a respectable

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But in reality, the family used slave labour, forcing vulnerable men

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One customer, who has asked not to be identified,

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They weren't treated as civilised at all.

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They were treated as if they were subhumans.

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There was no machine to strip the old tarmac off, nothing.

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And it was extremely hard work for them, I'll give them that.

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They didn't have any breaks, anything.

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All they got was we made them a few cups of tea,

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They were delighted to get a cup of tea, because I knew

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and they knew that they weren't going to get anything else.

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In contrast, the family lived lavishly.

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This expensive funeral for one relative showing their wealth.

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In the local Lincolnshire community, it didn't go unnoticed.

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The people they were preying on were the most vulnerable.

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They made a lot of money out of them, and the stories

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I was hearing about big wodges of cash.

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Bringing the 11 family members to book has taken several years.

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The police needed to win the trust of victims,

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The clothes they were wearing were terrible.

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When we took them to the reception centre, one individual used

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an entire bottle of shampoo to make himself feel clean.

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To how they are now, in employment, going to college, they're reunited

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It's absolutely heart-warming and amazing to see the transformation,

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They preyed on the homeless and the desperate, offering

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But there was no dignity in this - only lives exploited and destroyed.

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President Trump tonight further ramped up the rhetoric

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Concerning their nuclear and ballistic missile programme, he said

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Kim Jong-un would truly regret it and regret it fast, if Pyongyang

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took any military action against America or its allies. Mr Trump had

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already tweeted that the US was locked and loaded, if North Korea

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chose to act unwisely. Russia and Germany have called for both sides

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to calm. From Washington, our correspondent Nick Bryant reports.

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After fire and fury comes "locked and loaded" -

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not the title of some Hollywood summer blockbuster,

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but the words of America's commander in chief,

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describing his country's state of military readiness.

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These are the latest pictures of B-1 bombers stationed in Guam,

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the motto of this squadron - "Fight tonight."

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President Trump reminded people of that

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He's deploying social media to fire off warning salvos.

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"Military solutions are now fully in place, locked and loaded,

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Hopefully, Kim Jong-un will find another path."

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And again tonight he wrapped up the rhetoric even further with this

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verbal broadside aimed at the North Korean leader.

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This man will not get away with what he's doing, believe

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And if he utters one threat in the form of an overt threat, which,

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by the way he has been uttering for years and his family have been

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uttering for years, or if he does anything

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anyplace else that an American territory

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or an American ally, he

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As the government of Japan deployed missile interceptors to guard

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against North Korean rockets, international leaders essentially

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I'm firmly convinced that an escalation

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of rhetoric will not contribute to a solution of this conflict.

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TRANSLATION: When a fight has nearly broken out,

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the first step away from that dangerous threshold should

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be taken by the side that is stronger and smarter.

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Amidst this verbal brinkmanship, it's emerged the Trump

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administration has been secretly talking to North Korea

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about Americans in prison there, and deteriorating relations.

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The news came as America's Defence Secretary emphasised diplomacy.

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You can see the American effort is diplomatically led,

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it has diplomatic traction, it is gaining diplomatic results.

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And I want to stay right there, right now.

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The tragedy of war is well enough known.

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It doesn't need another characterisation beyond the fact

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Holiday-makers on Guam, the island North Korea has

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threatened with missiles, still seem unfazed.

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It would take just 14 minutes for a North Korean missile to reach them.

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But amongst the beach reading this morning,

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a fact sheet from the Guam government, warning not

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Nick, is there a strategy underpinning President Trump's tough

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rhetoric? I think this week we've seen a pattern. I'm not sure you can

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describe it as a deliberate strategy. It's this. You get these

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incendiary warnings from Donald Trump, using alliterative language.

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This that has been improvisational at times and has taken his A by

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surprise at times. From other members of this administration you

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have seen more measured language, language that focuses on diplomacy.

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It's worth pointing out at this very moment Donald Trump is meeting his

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top two diplomats, his US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and his UN

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ambassador Nikki Haley. There's been an element of good cop, bad cop.

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It's also reminded some people of what President Richard Nixon used to

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call the madman theory. New plant in the mind of your adversary the

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notion that you are unpredictable, that you are volatile, that you are

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willing to do anything, that you are willing to take the military option,

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in order to frighten them in order to make them back down. Now, there

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are some mainstream Republicans who think that makes sense. But there

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are others who think that is very dangerous, because one

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miscalculation, one mistake, one act of misplaced bravado, and you could

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have a war. Nick Bryant, thank you, at the White House.

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The steel company Tata has been given the go-ahead

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to separate its UK pension scheme from the rest of the business,

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which will help tens of thousands of the firm's workers.

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Staff voted earlier this year to accept less generous pensions,

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in return for investment to secure jobs.

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The move is expected to clear the way for a possible merger

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Our correspondent Wyre Davies reports now from Port Talbot.

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Tata Steel had warned for years that its UK business was under

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threat and it wanted to radically reduce pension benefits to workers

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or face the prospect of having to close it Port Talbot plant.

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For months, employees who stood to lose thousands of pounds

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from their retirement plans, have been meeting to

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All of a sudden you're coming to the end of your working life,

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you have two years left and you have to work another seven years

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in order to get what you've worked your entire life

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for without any penalties, and they feel cheated.

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You think you're going to be secure when you're 60, 65,

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and now they've taken that away from you.

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The ?15 billion British Steel pension scheme is one

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Around 130,000 members will be affected and the new plan would see

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current owners Tata paying ?550 million into the

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The scheme will also get a stake of one third of Tata's UK business

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Workers who sign up to today's proposal will have

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Other options include transferring into a personal pension scheme.

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Or they can stay with the old British Steel

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scheme, which is backed by the Pension Protection Fund,

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and that's the really controversial part, because that's normally only

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available to companies that have gone out of business.

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The Pension Protection Fund is there to protect the members,

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not the companies themselves, so I think the issue that everyone

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has is why should they be allowed to join the PPF,

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because the liability is with Tata Steel worldwide,

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which has plenty of cash, as we know.

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Although this agreement does protect workers' pension plans,

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it also makes the company, Tata Steel, much more attractive

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And with the German steel giant ThyssenKrupp waiting in the wings,

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there will be renewed concerns about future job losses and even

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closures at some UK steel plants, including Port Talbot.

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The German firm says it wants to consolidate

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European steel-making, but industry experts say Port Talbot

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I think the immediate future for workers in Port Talbot

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Port Talbot has restored its competitiveness.

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It's been helped by the exchange rate of the pound

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Port Talbot has been synonymous with steel-making for 70 years,

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and although only one fifth of the once 20,000 strong

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workforce still work here, today's deal on pensions should

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A brief look at some of the day's other news stories.

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A man has been told he'll serve at least 20 years in prison

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for murdering his brother, and attempting to murder

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his brother's girlfriend on New Year's day.

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Blair Logan, who's 27, admitted killing Cameron Logan.

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Nearly 20 countries have now reported finding eggs

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contaminated with the pesticide Fipronil, which can damage

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Four UK supermarkets have removed egg products from their shelves,

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although it is only dangerous in high doses.

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Lawyers representing a man - arrested in relation

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to the Putney Bridge jogger investigation - have categorically

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denied that he was involved in the incident.

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Eric Bellquist was detained by police trying to find a man

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who pushed a woman in front of a bus.

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He says he can prove that he was in America at the time.

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The results of the Kenyan presidential election have

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just been announced, with the incumbent

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President Kenyatta taking 54% of the vote,

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and the main opposition candidate Raila Odinga winning 44%.

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The President's critics say the election was rigged,

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but as our Africa correspondent Alastair Leithead reports,

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monitors say the poll was largely free and fair.

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Uhuru Kenyatta's supporters knew this was coming.

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Preliminary results had given their man an unassailable lead.

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But first there was an electoral process to follow -

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The result from every county had to be read out,

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before the moment the nation had waiting for.

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I wish to declare Uhuru Kenyatta as President-elect.

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After three days of holding their breath, Kenyans have now

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had confirmation that Uhuru Kenyatta will have a second term in office

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The question now is how the opposition will react in defeat,

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Will they challenge it in the courts?

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Before the results were even released the opposition alliance

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had walked out, repeating allegations

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I think this has been an entire charade.

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They had run a parallel counting centre and claimed discrepancies.

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That the election commission commuter was hacked,

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President Uhuru Kenyatta stepped up to acknowledge his victory

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and spoke about unity, ten years on from the terrible

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I extend the hand of partnership, knowing fully well that this country

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needs all of us pulling together in order for us to succeed.

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These were the scenes in the stronghold of the losing

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candidate Raila Odinga in western Kenya earlier in the day.

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There have already been a few clashes in the slums of Nairobi.

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The fear is these ugly, if isolated protests could spread

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if the opposition decides to call its people

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Tonight Kenya is still holding its breath.

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Three men have been jailed, for turning an underground

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nuclear bunker designed for the Army into the "largest cannabis

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factory to be found in the south of England".

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One received eight years, the other two were sentenced to five.

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All three admitted conspiracy to produce drugs, after several

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thousand cannabis plants with an estimated street value

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Hidden beneath the wooded hills of Wiltshire,

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even today, the bunker remains a secretive, subterranean world.

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Its old antenna and air vents the only sign of its existence.

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But five metres below ground this Cold War sanctuary was transformed

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This was where 4000 cannabis plants were found, spread over two floors.

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The men behind it were Martin Fillery, Plamen Nguyen,

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and Ross Winter, who were jailed today, for admitting conspiracy

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Police say using the nuclear bunker, once owned by the Ministry

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of Defence, meant the gang could exploit its

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This was a highly organised operation, and of course the nuclear

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bunker provided that level of security and covertness

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A secret headquarters for regional government

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150 officials could survive here for a month.

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They found everything from a big-screen TV, to a fish tank.

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And all with the home comforts of an underground world

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where the underworld could go to ground.

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The gang even bypassed the mains meter, ripping-off ?650,000

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All to keep the cannabis growing and drying around the clock.

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In fact, they thought this facility would provide them with the perfect

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Well, first of all you can't see it from the road.

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And the complex itself can be locked up.

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They managed to keep this place a secret for three years.

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It was only when the gang inadvertently opened the doors

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the police were able to finally get in and reveal the industrial scale

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One now consigned, like its Cold War setting, to history.

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Duncan Kennedy, BBC News, at Chilmark, in Wiltshire.

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The Premier League is back, with Arsenal hosting Leicester City

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at the Emirates Stadium tonight, in a seven goal thriller.

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Our sports correspondent Andy Swiss was watching.

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It is back on Friday, an unprecedented start to the Premier

:19:52.:19:57.

League season, but for the fans, that familiar question, could this

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be their year? Amid the summer spending splurge, Arsenal splashed

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out 50 million this man, AlexLacazette, and it took 94

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seconds to show why. That is what you call making and impact. A dream

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start for him and the hosts -- Alexandre Lacazette. Leicester hit

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back. Shinji Okazaki with the equaliser as Arsenal's old frailties

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returned to haunt them. Soon the foxes were in front, Jamie Vardy

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lashing at home. On the stroke of half-time, Danny Welbeck levelled it

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up. Four goals in 45 minutes. Welcome back. In the second half

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Arsenal delivered, Vardy did not. 3-2, four Arsene Wenger the summer

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break a distant memory. But then the craziest of comebacks. Aaron

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Ramsey's flawless finish gave the Gunners hope. Moments later Olivier

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Giroud created an extraordinary turnaround. 4-3 to Arsenal. The rest

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of the season has some act to follow. Yes, as curtain raisers

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though, that was something pretty special. A chaotic clash. Arsenal

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fans for one night at least are on top of the Premier League table.

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Thank you. And the Swiss at the Emirates.

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With just two full days left of the World Athletics Championships

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in London, British athletes narrowly missed out on another medal tonight,

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with Dina Asher-Smith finishing fourth in the 200m.

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It means Sir Mo Farah's gold is the sole medal

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As Natalie Pirks reports, UK Sport's target of between

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Instead, the enduring images of these championships

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from a British perspective, have been of tears and heartbreak.

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You are measured in medals and Mo may end up being our only gold

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medallist, maybe double gold medallist, but he is leaving

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Five years on from London, when you think about legacy,

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you'd have to say probably it's not great.

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A spin and heave. The Hammer does not look the most sophisticated of

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disciplines but Nick Miller is pretty good at it. His third throw

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took him briefly into silver medal contention. But his final throw went

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nowhere. That face of dejection all too familiar. And there was more

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disappointment to come. This long jump did not quite go to plan

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tonight. This was all she could manage. So that is that, another

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medal opportunity gone for Great Britain. It seems they cannot get

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the luck they need right now. Last night, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake

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was the latest Briton to come forth in his event,

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making up a club of the oh so close. Just inches separated

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the likes of Kyle Langford Nevertheless, it now means UK

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Sport's target of six to eight Especially with Greg

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Rutherford injured. It's very, very difficult

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to win medals in athletics Now, other sports, and especially

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with Olympic sports that win a lot of gold medals,

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it doesn't take anything away from their achievements,

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but there's not as many people or countries that participate,

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so this is arguably the hardest sport in the world to win

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major titles in. Dina Asher-Smith carried Jessica

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Ennis-Hill's it at the London Olympics. Tonight she carried the

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crowd's hopes. She broke her foot in February and only started running

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again in June. And Dina Asher-Smith four. Of course, it was for yet

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again, but this was quite an achievement. We have had loads of

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fourth that at same time, loads of those have been people who are so

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young with a decade in them. They may not have got a medal today but

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they will be the ones to watch in championships to come. Experiences

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like this will eventually bring the reward she deserves.

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Our sports editor Dan Roan is at the stadium for us tonight.

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Close but no cigars. That is right. I think it inevitable but when a

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body like UK athletics is in receipt of public money from UK sport and

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yet only has one medal from eight days of home championships to show

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for it, there will be some kind of inquest. Having said that, British

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Athletics are putting a positive spin on this. There have been plenty

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of fourth place finishes and top eight finishes from some very

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promising athletes. And with the long-term target of the 2020 Tokyo

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Olympics that bodes well. And it could improve with the relay and so

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Mo Farah in the final days. There is a growing fear that success in

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recent games may have papered over some cracks when it comes to the

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coaching structure in the sport domestically, and an over defendants

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on the likes of Sir Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Greg

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Rutherford may be overexposed. There could be consequences of the funding

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cut if it stays like this. If it is tough now, it will only get tougher

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when the band Russian team are back. Indeed, thank you.

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Now on BBC One, it's time for the news where you are.

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