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BBC News app. I will be back in a couple of minutes. Goodbye.

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It is that time of day one we take a look at some interesting weather

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events around the world. There is plenty going on. First we had to

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south-east Asia and the north-east monsoon is going through an active

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phase. So we've seen some heavy rain over recent days and weeks across

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parts of Indonesia, Malaysia, the southern Philippines. More in the

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way of heavy rain over the next few days especially along the Malay

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Peninsula, Vietnam and Sumatra. Further north some snow showers in

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Japan especially around the west coast. On the other side of the

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Pacific, areas of low pressure, both drifting in allegedly north-east.

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Snow showers moving out of California for instance towards the

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midwest. And also this low pressure bringing freezing rain and snow as

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it moves to the north of New York, combined with a strong destructive

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win. For the likes of Montreal seeing destructive weather through

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Tuesday but to the south of that, things looking much quieter. The

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satellite image of Africa shows Becky Ayres about buildings from

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central Africa, we had heavy rain and flooding across Rwanda for

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instance. Those heavy showers will drift slowly affecting Congo and

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Gabon over the next few days and also heavy downpours for South

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Africa and gusty wind along the north coast of Africa. Further north

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for Europe, temperatures on Tuesday morning widely below freezing, and

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ongoing problems with widespread winter fog and passed round. That

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could be slowed to clear where we have high pressure across central

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and northern parts but further south low pressure still lingering in the

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Mediterranean. Looking pretty unsettled on Tuesday for Italy,

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Greece and Turkey. Here we expect further heavy rain showers, snow

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over the hills and blustery wind but further north, high-pressure holding

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on and quite a lot of settled weather on the cards. For the UK,

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looking still quite cold and murky but with high-pressure sticking

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around, relatively dry over the next few days. We could see some dense

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fog on Tuesday across much of England and Wales, so reduced

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visibility during the morning. Further north west last fog but some

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drizzly rain for Northern Ireland and Scotland. Across England and

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Wales the fog gradually lifts and clears away by the afternoon

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allowing some sunnier spells to break through. Around 10 degrees in

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Belfast. And through the middle part of the week, the dry thing

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continues, things brighter with less in the way fog by Thursday. More

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details on the weather for the week ahead right here in half an hour.

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Is an Ros Atkins with Outside Source, these are some of the main

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news stories in the BBC newsroom, President Trump has marked his first

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Monday in office by signing an executive order to pull the US out

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of a giant free-trade deal with Pacific Rim countries including

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China, is also reinstated a ban on providing US federal groups that

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discuss abortion as a family planning option, we will be talking

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about that in a moment. The second appearance of Sean Spicer the White

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House press secretary, this time he took questions and promises good

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relations with journalists after what was perhaps a rocky start. We

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are going to do our best every time, I will come out and tell you the

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facts as we know them and if we make a mistake we will do our best to

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correct it. And the UK's best known woman boxer Nicola Adams is turning

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professional. We will fill you in on that.

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President Trump told us a few weeks back when this Monday would be the

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day that he was able to get on with business and so it has proved, he

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took a big swipe at global free trade and has put a curb on

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government hiring and reinstated a ban on funding for abortion related

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services overseas. We can speak to Barbara live from the State

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Department. Can you explain more about which organisations were

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funded and what work they were doing and where? This is a global order.

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It is about US funded groups that are not allowed under the

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circumstances now to perform abortions or to have any referrals

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or counselling. So no abortion services whatsoever. It has to do

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with women's international non-governmental organisations that

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receive money from the US government. This is something that

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changes with administrations so when Republican administrations come in

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they tend to issue this restriction on funds to organisations that offer

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restrictions and whether Democrats come in they revoke this. So Mr

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Trump was right with tradition in this case, it is often the first

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thing that a president does, to mark down how he or she will approach the

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issue of abortion and how it relates to development aid. I saw one US

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journalist, a well known feminist, no doubt opposed to Mr Trump, saying

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that it will cost women their lives. Can we be that explicit about the

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impact of a withdrawal of funding? I don't know in terms of detail at

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this point but people who offer these services argue that if you

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don't give women this option especially in developing countries

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where abortions are not safe and easy, they'll try to do it alone

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they will die in childbirth. It is the argument of why abortion has

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been made legal in Western countries. So probably you could

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trace some effect that we, it really is an issue that changes from

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administration to administration and it is particularly poignant for

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people like the woman you quoted because just two days ago there was

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a massive rally here and around the country in support of women's rights

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come including abortion, so although it is not unusual for a Republic

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administration to put these restrictions on for development aid

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with regard to women's health it is something that resonates quite

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strongly at this point in the Trump administration transition. As you

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are with us from the State Department, who is in charge there

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at the moment? There is someone in charge. The number three, Tom

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Shannon. He's from the previous bet in the station, he is a career

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diplomat. He is holding the fort until a new Secretary of State is

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confirmed. We expect a vote shortly in the Senate foreign relations

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committee about a nominee, Rex Tillerson. It is almost certain he

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will be approved despite some senators had misgivings, they seem

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to have come around and said they will support him at least on the

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Republican side which is enough to get him through, and as the

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committee confirms, there will be a vote on the full Senate floor we

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expect sometime this week. Barbara Plett-Usher, live from the State

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Department, thank you. Barbara will be filling us in from there over the

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next weeks and months. More about Donald Trump.

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The White House has reiterated that immigration will be a top priority

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In the United States, there are hundreds of thousands

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of young people who were brought into the country illegally

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The now FORMER President Obama gave them the right to work

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and study there legally, but Mr Trump has vowed

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19-year-old Reuben is dreaming big. Taking the subway to his job in the

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office of a New York lawmaker, he plans a future as a politician.

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Smuggled here from Honduras by his mother when he was five, he came out

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of the shadows in the last administration granted him temporary

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legal status. I felt happy, I felt comfortable, I felt I am finally

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being accepted in this nation for who I am and what I am doing. This

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honours student and star of high school debate classes seized the

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chance to work and go to college. He doesn't know what the future holds

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now under President Trump. What would it mean for you personally if

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your work permit was taken away? I would say my voice would be taken

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away, and my dreams shattered. Marie came to the USA from Guinea as a

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child and Boston legal status as a teenager. She is worried that the

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new president might abolish or work permit which enables to be a

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barrister in Brooklyn and audition for acting roles. What is it like

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being in limbo not knowing what President Trump will do? For me

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personally it is a little scary but I'm not a person who believes in

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giving in to fear. What to do about Reuben and Marie and the hundreds of

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thousands of people across America is one of the first big test is for

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President Trump. He was elected to take a tough stance on immigration,

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he said there would be a solution that makes people happy and proud.

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What does that mean in practice? Reuben hopes that President Trump

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will see how invested he and others are in this country. I asked them

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not to deport people. I asked them to see the good in this programme. I

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asked them to see that we are the future of this country, that we are

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the leaders of tomorrow. While Marie who has auditioned for a part in a

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movie longs to be a US citizen. If there is a path to get there I think

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a lot of us are willing to do the work, just give us the chance and we

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will show you. All they can do now is wait to lose their dashed to

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learn their fate, dreaming of making it in Manhattan, hoping not to be

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sent back to the undocumented worker of -- the twilight world of the

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undocumented immigrant. Some big news about Formula 1 to open the

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sport coverage, the UK number one will play Serena Williams, that

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sounds good. Very tasty indeed, how great to see a British player in the

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quarterfinals of the Australian Open. Johanna Konta has been in

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scintillating form in this tournament, has not dropped one set,

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she beat Ekaterina Makarova of Russia to make the quarterfinals

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where she will play Serena Williams, a 22 grand slam champion and the

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number two seed. But you know what, she has a secret weapon. And this

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would be in the form of her coach, Wim Fissette. He is a new coach for

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Jo but the last four people he coached beat Serena in important

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competitions, Kim clusters, Sabine Lisicki in Wimbledon, Simona Halep

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in 2014 and Victoria Azarenka last year in Indian Wells. He hopes that

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he can coach Johanna Konta and she can beat Serena as well. Johanna

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Konta has been open about this and says it will be a tough match but

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says Serena Williams is not unbeatable. So a mouthwatering one.

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The men's draw is equally exciting because without Andy Murray or

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Djokovic this one has opened up. Romantic tennis fans are hoping for

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a potential final between Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. It could

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still happen. Nadal booked his place in the last eight. He is a 14 time

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grand slam champion. He beat Gael Monfils three sets to one in a

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hard-fought match but ease in the last eight when he faces Milos

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Raonic of Canada now. He is the top right seed still in the competition.

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Of course he has been blighted by injury in recent years and so has

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Roger Federer. This is his first competitive tournament since

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Wimbledon six months ago, he's been struggling with a knee injury, he

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the 17th seed in this competition, a 17 time grand slam champion, the

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next player he faces is Michelle Zverev of Germany who beat Murray a

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couple of nights ago. We will see if these two men can reach the final.

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They will be helping to make a statement in Melbourne and prove

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that they are not posted yet! That should be quite something. Now a

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quote from Bernie Ecclestone coming he says he's proud of the business

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that he built in the last 40 years and all he has achieved with Formula

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1. He says he is sure that Chase will execute his role in a way that

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will benefit the sport. Can you translate? Bernie has been in charge

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of motorsport for 40 years. He was a team owner before he became the

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supremo, the de facto chief executive, in charge of the

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commercial rights of the sport, hugely successful at that. His

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position was under threat as soon as the new owners were linked with

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Formula 1, they asked him to step down today, he's been such an

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integral part of the paddock figures and left his mark on the sport. He

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says he's been asked to step down by the new CEO and they have confirmed

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that today. Good to talk to you. That was live from the BBC sports

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Centre. Another great sports story. Nicola Adams is the UK's

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best known woman boxer - she's a two time Olympic boxing

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champion - and today she announced She's signed with

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promoter Frank Warren. That's worthy of note

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because as Katie Gornall notes - Frank Warren admits he's not been

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an advocate of women's boxing in the past and he's now

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"eating humble pie." It is interesting because you have

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you ever see and mixed martial arts long putting women and men on a

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relatively equal footing and boxing is behind on that. Let's see if this

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goes some way towards fixing it. Nicola Adams explains the decision.

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It was a very difficult decision, the thought of making history again,

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becoming triple Olympic champion, we have never had one before in Britain

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so it was tough but there are also goals in the professional ranks to

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achieve, becoming a world champion and European champion, there are so

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many goals to achieve in the professional ranks, raising the game

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again and just hopefully trying to make women's boxing on a par with

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the men's. I'm sure she will go far, that is Nicola Adams.

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The New England Patriots will play the Atlanta Falcons

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It's the ninth Superbowl for the Patriots -

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They beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 36-17.

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Here's quarterback Tom Brady talking after the game.

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I would say we should enjoy this, you never know if you will get these

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opportunities in life, and fortunately, this team has the

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opportunity and now we have to try to take advantage. It takes a lot of

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people and a lot of hard work over the course of many months. This did

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not start at 640 tonight, it started in April. In a few minutes time will

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turn to a story we've been covering every day for weeks, the situation

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in the Gambia, former President Yahya Jammeh finally accepting

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defeat and leaving the country. There is confusion over whether

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millions of dollars are missing or not. Our correspondent was at the

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airport to see that plane take off. UK Government scientists are warning

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that overcooked potatoes, toast and crisps could increase

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the risk of developing cancer. The Food Standards Agency says

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a potentially harmful compound called acrylamide is produced

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when starchy foods are roasted, fried or grilled for too long

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at high temperatures. However, cancer research charities

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have questioned the evidence. Our Health Correspondent Dominic

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Hughes has the details. This story has been one of the most

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read on the BBC website all day long.

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A nice slice of toast or a crisp roast potato.

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But do they really carry a risk of causing cancer?

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Concerns lie with the chemical acrylamide, caused by cooking

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starchy foods like potatoes, bread, cakes and biscuits.

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Now, a major public health campaign by the Food Standards Agency,

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building on years of research, says studies in mice suggest

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The FSA says while the risk in humans is hard to judge,

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it makes sense to think about how much we are exposed to.

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To be precautionary and to enable people to help make decisions

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for themselves, it would be good reason for them to reduce the amount

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So what exactly is the danger posed by acrylamide and how does it

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compare to other factors that might cause cancer?

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4% of all cancers in the UK are thought to be linked

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to drinking too much alcohol, 5% are associated with being

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overweight or obese, and an estimated 19% of all cancers

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are caused by exposure to tobacco smoke.

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When it comes to acrylamide, the chemical that's produced

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in burnt toast, well, there is no proven link

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to cancer in humans, and that has led some experts

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to suggest there is no real danger to public health.

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I think there is a risk that public health advice like this which can't

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put a number on either the current harms or the benefits of people

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changing their behaviour is, could be damaging to people's trust

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in that public health advice because it is important what we eat.

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Obesity is linked to 18,000 cancers a year in this country.

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And it would be a shame if people became sceptical

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And scepticism, too, from some cafe customers today

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A prudent precaution or an overreaction?

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The advice, if you want to take it, is to bin the burnt toast.

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Ros Atkins with Outside Source from the BBC newsroom. Our lead story

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involves President jump at the beginning of his first full week in

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the White House, he has already signed an executive order to

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withdraw the USA from an international trade deal from

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several countries including China. If you are watching outside the UK

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it is world News America next with analysis from Jon Sobel on the

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opening days of the tramp administration. In the UK next is

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the News at ten with doctors pioneering the use of a small MRI

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brain scanner to be used on premature babies, they have been

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speaking to Fergus Walsh of the BBC. Let's do as we've done every day for

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the last couple of weeks, turn to the Gambia in West Africa.

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Its long-term leader Yahya Jammeh finally gave up

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Now, new President Adama Barrow's team is claiming eleven million

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These claims, however, have not been verified.

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Within the period of two weeks alone, nearly 500 million Dalasis

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were withdrawn by the former president, the government

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That's a lot of money, considering that we spend

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about 200 million Dalasis on required expenditure

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relating to payment of civil service and so forth.

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I needed some help sifting through this story.

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Earlier I spoke to Alastair Leithead in the capital Banjul -

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he worked through these claims with me.

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We just had a statement in the last hour from the President's

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And he said that they had charged the Inspector General of Police

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with going round to all the different heads of the civil

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service and requesting information, anything missing, anything wrong.

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And he said he was told by the Central bank that there

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was nothing missing, that everything is open

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as normal and they are working as they would normally do,

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waiting the arrival and the guidance of the new president.

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That seems a direct contradiction to what the new President's aide

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was saying, over in Dakar, that clip that you just played.

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I think what is interesting, in what he said is that

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until we actually get into power and start looking through what is

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going on, we cannot establish whether or not money is missing

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unless someone will forward that it is and in which case it goes

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The police launch a criminal investigation, and then those

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responsible are accused and tried and if found guilty

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Until that point, he was clear to state they cannot make those

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kinds of allegations as an executive.

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And given that the former president has left and given their foreign

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troops in the capital, supportive troops, why

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His spokesman would not give us an answer to that apart from to say

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he wants to make sure the security in place to ensure that

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when he arrives that he has somewhere to live, that is secure,

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and I think really the military, the police that were loyal

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to the former president for so long, I think they're making sure

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that they are now loyal to the new president.

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Perhaps he is a bit nervous about that.

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But the welcome the Senegalese troops got as they drove

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into State House was a welcome fit for a president.

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People were just very happy to see these troops arriving,

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to see really an opportunity that they could actually celebrate

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the fact that their will, as shown in the election, had come to be

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after so much waiting and uncertainty.

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And the fear that there was going to be fighting

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if the former President did not leave the country, I think

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they will be extremely happy if the president arrived.

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But the timings for that, we do not know as yet,

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whether it is going to be tomorrow, the day after, or at a later date.

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I think people here would like to see him sooner rather than later.

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We have heard stories from Kazakhstan and the UK. Next,

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Hungary. It's been holding a day of mourning.

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killed in a bus crash on their way home from a school

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There's been particular focus on the efforts of a teacher

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who saved many people on board but who lost his own

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A country in mourning. Both Hungary's president and Prime

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Minister paid tribute on Monday following Friday's tragic bus crash.

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56 people had been on the bus when it crashed and burst into flames in

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northern Italy. The group were on their way home from a ski holiday,

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the victims mostly students aged between 14 and 18. On Sunday

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Hungary's Foreign Minister said it could take days to identify the

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bodies because of severe burns. TRANSLATION: Once the shock is gone

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the losses become even more tormenting. Based on the reports

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from the scene, the situation has become harder as we begin the most

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painful process, identifying the body. Over the weekend hundreds of

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people attended a candlelit vigil outside the school building, praying

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for the victims, stand by what happened. The first of those injured

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in the tragedy were transferred from Verona hospitals to Budapest to

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continue their treatment. Amongst the survivors a teacher and his wife

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credited with rescuing many pupils lost their own children. It is not

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clear why the bus left the road. In a day of national mourning schools

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and official buildings across Hungary are flying back to egg black

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flags to mark the nation's grief. This is the website of the Dutch

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premier list's party. If you went on it, this is what you would read.

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Let's start with the letter, printed in black for maximum impact, an

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uncompromising message from a man famous for his consensus politics.

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Yahya Jammeh says Dutch people are fed up with those who come and abuse

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the freedoms they sought. While it's addressed to all Dutch people there

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is a clear intended target. And in those accompanying interview he

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talks about the case of a man who applied to be a bus driver but

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refused to shake women's hands. Mr Rutte says that is simply not

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acceptable, to not accept this culture even when it goes against

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someone's religion. The leader of the Freedom Party has tweeted his

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response accusing Yahya Jammeh of trying to deceive the voters before

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March elections. Budget he has accused Mr Rutte. He says the Prime

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Minister is precisely over an asylum tsunami of mass immigration and was

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caught in the manner of open borders. This has given a clear

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indication of two of the major issues expected to dominate these

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elections in less than two months, immigration and the EU. They are

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also being seen as a test of the populist ability to translate poll

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figures into actual votes. And ends this edition of Outside Source. See

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you tomorrow. Bye bye.

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