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Student funding in England -

the Government prepares to launch

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a review into the entire system

for over 18s.

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The cost of university courses -

and the way they're paid for -

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will be looked at, amid calls

for maintenance grants

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to be reintroduced.

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They probably need to come back

on a means-tested basis

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and they need to come back

at a level enough to allow students

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to focus on their studies and pay

their way on a day-to-day basis.

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We'll be looking at the political

battle over education

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after Labour's election pledge

to scrap tuition fees.

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Also on the programme tonight...

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The family of the murdered MP Jo Cox

pledge to support her husband

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Brendan after he admits to

inappropriate behaviour with women.

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And the Bafta goes to... Three

Billboards.

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,

Missouri is the big

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winner at the Baftas.

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And heading for Wembley -

Rochdale stun Spurs

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with a last-minute FA Cup equaliser.

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Good evening.

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Theresa May says the government

will look at "the whole system

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of student funding" as part

of a review into education

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in England for those over 18.

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In a speech tomorrow,

the Prime Minister will acknowledge

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concerns over tuition fees and say

they leave many graduates

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"questioning the return they get".

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The focus on the cost and scope

of higher education comes

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after Labour's election pledge last

year to scrap tuition

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fees in England.

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Our education editor,

Branwen Jeffreys, reports.

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This is one of two jobs

Marrakesh is holding down.

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She's in her first

year of university.

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The loan for living

costs isn't enough.

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Throughout the process of applying

to uni I was thinking,

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this is so unfair, I'm getting

a lower maintenance allowance

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and I'm going to have to work

several jobs in order to live.

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Sheffield Hallam has lots

of students from ordinary families.

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For Alice, that means she worries

less about tuition fees and more

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about just getting by.

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Last year I budgeted for about £50

a week and that was still too much

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to live on so I have to bring that

down to about £30 and that

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is still not enough.

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Every so often I might have

to ask my parents for help.

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If they can just give me £20

for food, for basic food.

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Up to 6.1% interest

is charged on student debt.

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An average £5,800 of interest

charges before leaving university.

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In total, it's about £57,000 of

borrowing for the poorest students.

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After 30 years, any unpaid

loan is written off.

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But by 2021, there could be £160

billion of outstanding student debt.

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It's the poorest students in England

who end up borrowing the most.

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Because they can't rely on the Bank

of Mum and Dad for living costs.

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So altering the system isn't simple.

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If you just lower tuition fees,

you help the richest,

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unless you also put more money

into maintenance support.

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This review will also cover higher

technical education.

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Theresa May will warn

against an outdated attitude

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which favours the academic

university route at the cost of some

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of the skills the economy needs.

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The government also wants more short

degrees, more part-time study.

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But universities say grants

for living costs are the priority.

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They probably need to come back

on a means tested basis

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and they need to come back

at a level enough to allow students

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to focus on their studies

and to pay their way

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on a day-to-day basis.

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In Wales, young people face

a different prospect.

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They'll have to borrow

for £9,000 tuition fees

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but from this autumn,

poorer students get

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generous living support.

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At least £8,000 a year

they won't have to repay.

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Making their future debt look quite

different from England.

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So for the poorest student

in England, the average level

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of debt will be around £50,000.

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In Wales, the average level of debt

will be closer to 27 to £30,000.

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So about 60% of the same level

of debt across the two

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Home Nations and that is

a very significant difference.

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Universities in England

want a secure future.

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Students, a fairer deal.

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But with economic uncertainty ahead,

the government's review

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has little wiggle room.

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Branwen Jeffreys, BBC News.

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Our political correspondent,

Alex Forsyth, is here with me.

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We're in the middle of an intense

period of Brexit with these

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speeches, why talk about education's

Theresa May is under pressure on two

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France, the Labour pledged to scrap

fees which proved popular with

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younger voters and facing criticism

from her own MPs about any lack of

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domestic policy, not enough vision

beyond Brexit so tomorrow we get

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this big speech about post-18

education and Theresa May will talk

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about the need to improve vocational

and technical training but crucially

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will announce a big review of the

whole system of student funding,

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acknowledging serious concerns about

value for money and student debt.

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She will admit the market between

universities is not working, most

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charge maximum fees for all courses,

she will say this is creating the

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most expensive system in the world

but what can the government do? It

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will not match the Labour pledge to

scrap fees because it believes

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graduates who benefit should pay

towards them instead of everybody so

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whenever this review comes up with

something any year, shorter courses

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or different fees, by comparison

that could end up looking like

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tinkering.

Thank you.

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The family of the murdered Labour MP

Jo Cox have pledged their support

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for her husband after he admitted

behaving inappropriately with women

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and stepped down from two roles

at organisations set up

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in her memory.

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Brendan Cox has denied assaulting

a woman in the United States in 2015

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but admitted behaving in a way that

caused women 'hurt and offence'

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when he worked for the charity

Save the Children.

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It's confirmed that he was suspended

from his role there in 2015

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and resigned before a disciplinary

process was completed.

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Robert Hall reports.

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Jo Cox, Labour MP and mother-of-two,

was murdered in her constituency

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during the run-up to the 2016 EU

referendum - shot and stabbed

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by a far-right extremist.

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In the months after her death,

the public rallied in support

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of her family and, in particular,

her husband, Brendan,

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who set up two charities -

the Jo Cox Foundation

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and More in Common.

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Today he announced his resignation

from both following allegations

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of inappropriate behaviour a year

before his wife's murder.

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The claims in a Sunday paper

are linked to alleged incidents

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at Harvard University

in Massachusetts and while Mr Cox

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was working for the charity,

Save the Children.

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In this case he is said to have

penned a staff member to a wall

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while making sexual comments.

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Mr Cox says the claims

are a massive exaggeration.

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The statement continues...

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Labour backbencher Jess Phillips,

a friend of Jo Cox, said her widower

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was right to stand back

from the charities.

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I'm not defending his actions,

I am trying to think

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about this person who I know,

and my friend, who is not here,

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and make sure that there

is a change in the future.

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I don't defend any

of this behaviour.

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Jo Cox's sister, Kim Leadbetter,

stood with Brendan Cox at the end

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of the murder trial.

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Today she said it had been another

very difficult day for the family

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but they would support Brendan Cox

and they respected him

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for admitting past mistakes.

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No one from Save the Children

was available to speak to us today

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but in a statement the charity said

staff safety and welfare

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were priorities and that

all complaints were dealt

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with in accordance with its

internal procedures.

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That was what had happened in 2015,

when Mr Cox was suspended

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and the disciplinary process began.

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He had resigned before that

process was complete.

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The statement does not say

whether Save the Children told

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police about the assault claim.

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This lawyer specialising in cases

of alleged abuse believes

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things need to change.

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There should be a legal requirement

on the part of any employer

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to report allegations of a sexual

or indecent nature

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to the authorities.

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That way, matters can be properly

investigated and dealt with, rather

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than having them short-circuited.

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Tonight, Jo Cox's family say

they are supporting each

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other and are unwavering

in their determination that nothing

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will cloud her legacy.

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Robert Hall, BBC News.

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Israel's prime minister,

Benjamin Netanyahu, has launched

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a scathing attack on Iran,

calling it the 'greatest

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threat to our world'.

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In a speech in Munich he accused

the Iranians of seeking to dominate

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the Middle East through terror

and warned that Israel would act

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if Tehran tests its resolve.

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Iran's foreign minister

dismissed the speech as not

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worthy of a response.

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Lyse Doucet reports.

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In a volatile Middle East, hostility

between the Islamic Republic and the

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state of Israel has long been a

dangerous fault line. Israel views

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Iran as its greatest enemy,

denouncing its landmark nuclear deal

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with world powers as neither -- the

stand-off runs along the border with

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Syria, where Iran holds growing

sway. The Prime Minister came to

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Munich to use this pre-eminent

security conference as his stage.

No

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doubt, Mr 0-hours contract will deny

Iran's involvement in Syria. Iran

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also denies it committed an act of

aggression against Israel last week,

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that it sent into our airspace to

threaten our people. Well... Here is

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a piece of that Iranian drone. What

is left of it after we shot it down.

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These were the first images of the

drone Iran is accused of sending

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into Israeli airspace. Israeli jets

retaliated. Targeting Iranian assets

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in Syria for the first time. But

Syrian fire brought down an Israeli

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warplanes. The first time in decades

its combat aircraft was shot down by

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enemy fire. Today, and Iran's

Foreign Minister took the stage, he

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did not mention the Israeli by name.

You were the audience for it

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cartoonish circus.

Then he fired

back with barbs of his own.

Israel

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uses aggression as a policy. Against

its neighbours. And once somebody,

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the Syrians have the guts to dine

one of the planes, it is his -- it

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is as if a disaster has happened.

This disaster marks a dangerous new

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turn in Syria's destructive

conflict. Tensions have been

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multiplying in recent weeks. Russia,

United States and Turkey all have

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their own forces the ground, all

fighting on different front lines.

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Even before this dramatic war of

words, this year 's security

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conference was overshadowed by fears

there could be an all-out war in the

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Middle East, drawing in powerful

players like Israel and Iran. Nobody

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wants to see a confrontation but the

risks are clearly great and growing.

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Survivors of Wednesday's shooting

at a Florida school are organising

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a national march on Washington

to demand tighter restrictions

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on gun ownership.

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They say they're determined

that the shooting will be a turning

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point in the US national

debate on guns.

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14 students and three members

of staff were killed in the attack.

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It was carried out by a 19-year-old

using a semi-automatic rifle

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he'd bought legally.

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Two cars drove into a pedestrianised

part of Leeds city centre today

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during an attempted robbery.

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One was used to ram the front

of a shop, believed to be part

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of an attempt to steal

Rolex watches.

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No-one was injured in the attack,

which was filmed by passers-by.

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The suspects, wearing balaclavas,

did not manage to break

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into the premises and drove

off shortly afterwards.

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The Home Office has said it can't

issue a medical cannabis licence

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for a six-year-old epileptic chid,

despite calls from his family

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and a group of MPs.

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Alfie Dingley, who's

from Warwickshire, regularly

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suffers violent seizures.

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A cannabis-based treatment

he received in the Netherlands

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improved his condition,

but it's illegal in the UK.

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Charlotte Gallagher has the story.

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Six-year-old Alfie Dingley has

a rare form of epilepsy and suffers

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up to 30 violent seizures every day.

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To go through that once

would be traumatising,

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but we're going through it sometimes

every 7-10 days, and it's just

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absolutely horrendous.

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Last September, the family moved

to the Netherlands so Alfie could be

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prescribed medical cannabis oil.

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His parents say he went 24 days

without having a seizure.

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They've now moved back to the UK,

but cannabis oil is illegal

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in Britain, so they want

the Home Secretary Amber Rudd

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to give Alfie a license to use it.

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It's thought this drug works

with nerve receptors in the brain to

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help control seizures.

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But the Home Office

has ruled it out.

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They say...

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A group of MPs want

the Home Secretary to make

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an exception for Alfie.

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If we can find a way for her around

the regulations that exist,

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and we believe that we can,

she can issue a license to make sure

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that Alfie can get this medicine.

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Alfie's family have vowed

to continue their battle,

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saying you've got to fight

for your kids and we want to know

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that we've done everything we can.

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Charlotte Gallagher, BBC News.

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With all the sport,

here's Ollie Foster

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at the BBC Sport Centre.

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Tottenham are the form team in the

Premier League and just a few days

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ago drew against Juventus in the

Champions League, but today, in the

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last 16 of the FA Cup, they were

held by the lowest ranked team left

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in the competition, Rochdale. Holly

Hamilton reports. The life of a

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Spurs fan, after the intensity of

Touraine and the wonder of Wembley,

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the backdrop for their FA Cup fifth

round was Rochdale. By the did not

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rule out the red carpet for the

meeting, they didn't rule out

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rule out the red carpet for the

meeting, they didn't rule out a

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brand-new pitch. The hosts were out

of the blocks quickly, the first

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real chance from the captain, easily

gathered by the Spurs keeper.

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Rochdale's top goal-scorer would not

miss the opportunity of getting a

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goal against the Premier League

giants. 1-0! Putting his side 1-0 up

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before half-time. After the break

Lucas Morrish showed we Spurs were

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willing to part with £25 million for

him. He levelled the score line. A

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draw would mean a replay but don't

let that ticket to Wembley yet. Step

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up, who else, Harry Kane. The

Premier League's top goal-scorer

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gave the visitors a few moments of

relief that this was not the end of

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Rochdale's journey. With seconds

o'clock, Steven Davis scored the

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equaliser. Would you believe it?

What was until a few days ago a

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field of mud, today is a field of

dreams.

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field of mud, today is a field of

dreams. England's cricketers have

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finished their T20 tri-series with a

win against New Zealand but it

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wasn't enough for them to reach

Wednesday's final against Australia.

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It was a thriller in Hamilton as

they won by two runs but they needed

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a bigger margin of victory. They

came close but there were no medals

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won for the British team in South

Korea today, although Lizzy Yarnold

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did receive her skeleton goal. From

Pyeongchang, here's our Sports

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Correspondent Andy Swiss.

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From a dry ski slope in Sheffield

to an Olympic final.

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James Woods has long made

the extraordinary seem effortless,

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and once again how he rose

to the occasion, as he tricked,

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flipped and leapt his way

right into contention.

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COMMENTATOR: What's he got for us?

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CHEERING.

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You can hear what the

crowd think of that.

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What a run by James Woods!

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He came here with such

high hopes for a medal,

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will that be enough?

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It seemed it might be.

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Second place for Woodsy...

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And with just a few left to go

he was still in bronze,

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before America's Nick Goepper

snatched away his medal.

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So close.

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It's a game of perfection,

and it's not just that,

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you've got to go above

and beyond technical difficulty.

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That was insane.

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Meanwhile, it's emerged speed skater

Elise Christie suffered soft tissue

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damage in her crash yesterday.

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Her boyfriend posted this...

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With her next event on Tuesday,

it's a race against time.

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But for others,

there was celebration.

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Lizzy Yarnold receiving her

skeleton gold medal.

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Her historic success, she told me,

was still sinking in.

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It was a big goal four years ago

to try and be the first

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British Winter Olympian

to retain my title.

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It was scary to say it,

but now it's rolling off

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the tongue a bit more.

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I'm just so proud that it

all came together.

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And with team-mate Laura Deas

collecting her bronze,

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a picture-perfect podium

for British sport.

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Andy Swiss, BBC News, Pyeongchang.

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Day ten starts in the next hour or

so, skating, sliding and skiing

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across the BBC of course but the BBC

Sport website will guide you through

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the night.

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The best of British film-making

talent has been honoured

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at the Baftas this evening,

with many of the stars

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using the spotlight to highlight

the sexual harassment scandal

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which has gripped the industry

in recent months.

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The big winner of the night

was Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,

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Missouri, which won in five

categories, while Gary Oldman

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was named best actor for his

portrayal of Winston Churchill

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in Darkest Hour.

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Here's our arts editor,

Will Gompertz.

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This report contains flash

photography.

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photography.

The Baftas 2018, part

awards ceremony. Part platform for

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protest. The drag -- black dress

code represents a stand against

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harassment and inequality the

workplace. Definitely a different

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field this year, people are coming

to celebrate film-making at its

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finest but this is a more sombre,

serious mood with the Time's Up

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campaign and it changes the

emphasis, tonight is not just a case

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of who will win what but who will

say what? Who will capture the

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spirit of these times in the way

Oprah Winfrey did at the Golden

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Globes? The answer was a winner of

the leading actress award, Francis

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McDormand, they give a mischievous,

potent acceptance speech.

I have a

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little trouble with compliance!

APPLAUSE.

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But I want you to know that I stand

in full solidarity with my sisters

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tonight in black. And I also want to

say that I appreciate how well

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organised act of civil disobedience.

Power to the people.

She won for

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playing Mildred Hayes, are furious

straight talking mother in Three

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Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

I started a database, everyone is

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born, stick him on it and as soon as

he did something wrong,

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cross-reference, make sure it was a

match and then kill him.

The

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American set British film was a big

winner with five Baftas including

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Best Supporting Actor for Sam

Rockwell. Best original screenplay

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for the London born Irish writer and

director, Martin McDonagh.

And the

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top award- Best film. What most

proud of with this film in this

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Time's Up year is this is a film

about a woman who refuses to take it

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any more, and she has always refused

to take any.

Then the leading actor,

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complete with a dig at the Oscars.

And the winner is... Francis

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McDormand... Just kidding! The Bafta

goes to Gary Oldman.

Gary Oldman one

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for his portrayal of Winston

Churchill in Darkest Hour.

You

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cannot reason with a tiger when your

head is in its mouth!

I am so

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grateful for this incredible honour.

Thank you. Allison Janney got Best

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Supporting Actress as the

hard-bitten mother in the biopic, by

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Tania.

How old are you?

She is a

soft four. TMO Del Toro won best

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director for The Shape of Water on

what was a slightly disappointing

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night for this hotly tipped movie.

Maybe it will be a different story

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at the Oscars in a fortnight.

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