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It is that time of the night of the BBC News Channel look at what the

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papers were big tomorrow. With me are Laura Hughes,

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political correspondent at the Daily Telegraph,

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and journalist and political Lost at about. Let's have a sneak

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preview now, this says that Anthony Scaramucci's sacking has left the

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White House reeling, that breaking story tonight they did well to get

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that on the front page. The Times carries a picture of England's Test

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cricket win against South Africa. The president also features on the

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front page of the Daily Mail but they lead that Currie with news that

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pupils as ages 11 they lead that Currie with news that

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pupils as ages 11 could have lessons in breast-feeding. The match carries

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the story of the Royal Marine jailed for 18 years after building bombs

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for the continuity IRA. The Daily Telegraph has doctors warning that

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Staton 's are being needlessly described the millions people simply

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because of their age. And the sun has an intriguing story about

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Facebook shutting down and artificial intelligence experiment

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after two robots began talking in a language only they could understand.

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I know the feeling. That story freaks me out.

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LAUGHTER But, let's start with the eye newspaper macro, the story broke

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around 830, eight o'clock but you can imagine the turmoil in some

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newsrooms trying to get back on. Anthony Scaramucci is sacked as

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Communications head after farmer 's terror raid leaves the White House

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reeling. -- foul-mouthed Thai raids. It really was foul-mouthed you

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couldn't repeat any of it. It was also general tally coming in as the

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new chief of staff and he clearly, Anthony Scaramucci is not as

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capacity. They are different characters Kelly is extremely

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serious. He is a military general. He took a dim view to Anthony

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Scaramucci and took a dim view of Anthony Scaramucci saying he answers

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to the president and doesn't go through general tally. Not the way

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should be run in the White House. In ten days this man got a steam job,

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lost his wife because she walked out on him, had a baby a week ago. But

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was never the Bath centre text message to Mr strange wife saying

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congratulations and then was sacked in the most public way. Quite a

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fortnight. The official position of the White House that he wants to

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give John Kelly the new chief of staff a clean slate. A clean state.

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Anthony Scaramucci hadn't even started his job so it is all bit

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bizarre it is chaos if you look at what is actually happening in

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American politics it is hard to see what is actually happening in

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American politics because any health care were pawns get wiped out by

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these ridiculous stories about personnel in Trump's top team it is

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almost as if he enjoys the power play it's like a board of chess and

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his playing people feature about watching it happen. He is the boss

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and he should stand in and saying no more.

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There were reports that Trump enjoy Anthony Scaramucci's outburst. I got

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back from the States yesterday and watching this all unfold when you

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were over there is very different, the Obamacare vote was the massive

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story, all of this chaos if Bafta at the popularity rises popularity is

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very low across the population but amongst Republicans and Trump people

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who actually voted for him is still rock solid which is extraordinary to

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the rest of the world. You should go over there, Lawler, a lot more

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interesting than the politics here. Speaking of which... The Telegraph

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says speed of movement will end this the Downing Street announcement

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trying to rest... -- freedom of movement. It is silly season, the

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Prime Minister is on holiday, Philip Hammond is technically in charge and

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apparently he's saying that things will go on as things do now after

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Brexit which is upsetting Liam Fox and Boris Johnson he wants to see

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free movement ending. But Philip Hammond is saying big panic it is

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all going to be OK we will face things input that is not what a lot

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of Baxter is voted for which was taking back control and ending free

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movement on the day of the leaving. Within the move to another story and

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they have loads of things to say about that it's very interesting. As

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Lola said it is silly season. There is of a port that Amber Rudd is

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meeting representative of WhatsApp in California what is she saying

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about WhatsApp only benefiting terrorists? It is the end and

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encryption, some people say that is the point of WhatsApp I would say it

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is not the reason most people, I wouldn't care of my WhatsApp

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messages, they are very boring, I wouldn't care if the secret services

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were spying on them she does say it hinders the fight against terrorism

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but it is something she said many times before and the legal issues

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are difficult and silicon Valley companies have huge amount of money

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to pay lawyers to stab anything changing so I think this is more the

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show then anything is going to change. I know a lot of generalist

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like using WhatsApp and other service providers with encryption

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because it allows them talk freely about investigations and MPs. All

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MPs have their WhatsApp groups. People who once privileged, speaking

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of which I was moved to The Sun one of the number of tabloids who

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continue to pour on the so buyer pays which is about a Channel 4

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documentary and the debate is about whether the document is ethically

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right or not. How is the position that journalists, editors are often

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putting, is there a line you can cross with it comes to someone's

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pussy being invaded for a story? Samak with were sold -- somebody's

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privacy being in invaded. Diana chose to speak candidly, her brother

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tried to stop her from getting these tapes back and it is a question of

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is this in the national interest, four doing it make money to the

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public have a right to know or is it too hurtful to her sons? Sio I think

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a lot of broadcasts and journalists in these type of stories get awfully

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holier than thou but if they had been offering these tapes they would

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have jumped at it and grabbed it with both hands. There is the story

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that the BBC remit were going to use the tapes and a good broadcast than

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ten years ago, every newspaper in the world about get their hands on

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these tapes. It is a bit of sour grapes. It's not that disgraceful of

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course their friends would be happy. It is one of those things. The

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extraordinary story of the Royal Marine jailed 18 years after

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building bombs the continuity IRA, what more we learn, Lola? The

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extraordinary scale of the weapons he managed to still await the back

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amount of time I didn't realise that there is only -- this only came to

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light because two members of the public found some of the weapons he

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stored away. It is extraordinary that this was going on and nobody

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noticed. I think the story has wider implications about the peace process

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in Northern Ireland and it reminds us that there are plenty of

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terrorist activities going on in Northern Ireland which we kind of

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forget about, we have no executive and haven't had since January or

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March, depending on how you look at it, there has been nothing to be

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managed only about the DP deal which has incensed and inflamed relations

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over there. I think this story does quite helpfully reminders that it is

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not rosy over there and actually politicians need to get it. Yes,

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let's there are two newspapers I want to show you now, with the same

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story but different takes. Let's start with the times, gives stands

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to almost all men over 60, and there when you look at The Daily Telegraph

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they say Staton 's but that they save do not get needlessly give them

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out. Two very different takes. Yes, they are two different take the

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Telegraph, the line that you have GPs leading real college... Saying

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that we shouldn't give a blanket of medicinal treatment of the

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population that is actually it is quite time consuming and it is

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costly you cannot just get the Staton and you have to go her

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protests, GPs appointments, tests every year and actually... Blood can

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be argued if it gets river cholesterol in save the NHS. They

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say we should focus on those who need the treatment but the allotment

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is let's protect everyone who we can. We'll provide hundreds and

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thousands of heart attacks and we give this medicine to everyone. I

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think the finance angle it's interesting how much money doesn't

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save? Hammers meet the cost to give all of the Staton and the answers

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are not only search because it is a Harvard study that this is based on

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which found that under the current rules 11.8 million men and women are

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receiving or are eligible the Staton therapy which doesn't give us any

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idea of how much it is costing or how much we could save on food cut

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down the eligibility criteria. So, again I think this is a slight...

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Needs for information. Astonishing story of a full page of the Daily

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Mail, astonishing that some people breast-feeding lessons at 11, top

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doctors say it should be taught to schools to girls and boys as well.

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This debate over the benefits of breast-feeding as well as enough.

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Most medical institutions do say breast is best, breastmilk is best,

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it is best for the baby but as anybody who's been through it knows

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it is not easy, my fair sport is actually, it is very surprisingly I

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could imagine Daily Mail being total outrage about the story and actually

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they seem to be reporting it without their usual outrage Wells, the

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statistic that really stuck out the Mito is that British women are the

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worst in the world at breast-feeding, after a year when

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the baby 's-year-old only not put 5% of women or babies are still being

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breast-fed which is the worst in the world. Germany, it is 34, Germany 56

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-- Brazil 56 German 23%, 22% in January compared to half percent

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here. This is an attempt to normalise breast-feeding to that

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debate about whether that is good or should be used or not or whether it

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is right on the benefits? I don't know how children would respond

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about that younger age, I don't remember growing up thinking it was

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particulars stigmatised, we'll Wood do outwardly all the time we've have

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that debate and basically killed the consensus that women should be

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allowed to breast-feed in public places and surely by doing that

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young boys and girls would see it. I don't know if you will remember...

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If you have younger siblings use it to him, I suppose in a way it is

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already normalise. I think the fact that so few women to do it means

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there are fewer women around doing it the those children to see in a

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guess, I have an 11-year-old daughter myself, I can see the

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benefits of her class being told this is totally normal and not

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subject is neglect. It is interesting it's not already on PGCE

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-- PSA G. Everything we took about nonsense because we all go to die

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because robots again to take over the world! Peoples shut off robots

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could they chat in secret codes that nobody understands. It is proper

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scary and not a techie put them interested in artificial

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intelligence and what different is it is going to meet the workforce.

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And all that sort of thing. The fact that they got this result they

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weren't expecting and had to pull the plug on the experiment is

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terrifying. It is. Many thanks for taking you through the paces we got

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through a lot of stories. That was fascinating thank you for watching.

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You never get used to the front pages, and the BBC News website. I

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keep watching. Hello, whilst many showers are

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fading and many places are becoming dry and clear it

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