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Reporting from Washington, I'm Jane O'Brien.

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as Iraqi special forces finally reach the city.

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It's been two years since so-called Islamic State took control.

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Our correspondent is on the front line.

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Rocket propelled grenades have been incoming.

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In the US, it's a week to go until election day and the race

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but it all hangs on the battle-ground states.

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I'm in Charlotte, North Carolina, a state that both sides desperately

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want to win, and which is getting lots of visitors this week.

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And what impact will Brexit have on the Ireland-UK border?

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We've a special report from the Emerald Isle.

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And we look at the high numbers of musicians

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We begin in Iraq where two years after the humiliation

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of being driven out by so-called Islamic State,

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The assault on Iraq's second largest city is now in its third week.

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It's involved hundreds of troops in heavily-armoured vehicles,

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A team of special forces has seized control of the symbolic state TV

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building in the eastern Mosul district of Kukjali -

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the first important building to be captured since the offensive began.

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Our international correspondent Ian Pannell and

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cameraman Darren Conway are embedded with Iraqi special forces

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on the front line, from where they sent this report.

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Slowly and relentlessly, the territory of the so-called caliphate

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is being taken back. It is almost two and a half years since the

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motives for able to cross these planes, with ease, and now it's the

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turn of Iraqi special forces. We have heard a sound of Ed, close to

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the city over Brazil, it is sniper fire coming in from Islamic State.

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-- the city of Mosul. They are responding, trying to stop the

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shooting from coming in. Few expected that they would advance

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this far, this farce. But the closer they get to Mosul, so the resistance

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only grows. We are now literally just a few hundred meters from the

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outskirts of Mosul with counterterrorism forces, coming up

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against significantly stronger resistance than we have seen in the

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last few days. Constantly hearing the sound of rounds coming in,

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rocket propelled grenades as well as automatic weapons fire, tanks, heavy

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weapons, and they are targeting a number of buildings where they think

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Islamic State is based, before it is then safe to move on into Mosul.

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Thought to be more than 1 million people trapped between the warring

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parties, with nothing but a white flag for defence. Many fear that a

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mass civilian exodus might lie ahead. This is the moment that the

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troops entered the outskirts of Mosul. It is hard to exaggerate how

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dangerous this day was. Islamic State fighters on the skyline barely

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seem to care that these troops were advancing. But that does not mean

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they are not prepared to defend the city, or fight to the death. The

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advance forces have been moving through the outskirts of Mosul for

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the last few hours, and met incredibly stiff resistance. We have

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seen a number of Isis fighters moving around. Carrying rocket

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propelled grenades. There have been incoming attacks. And a lot of

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gunfire. The ground is treacherous. It is laced with IEDs and it

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illustrates how hard and difficult this final stage of the battle is

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going to be. This is just day one, inside Mosul. This is the road that

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the troops must now take, leading to the centre of the city. A dark and

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dangerous route into the heart of the caliphate of Islamic State.

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Hair raising stuff from the front line of the battle for Mosul.

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Here in the US, there's now a week to go before polling day

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in one of the most unconventional and hostile presidential elections

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And today, the race to the White House

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One poll has put Donald Trump just ahead of Hillary Clinton

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But the key to winning this election lies in the battle ground states

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and that's where my colleague, Katty Kay is now.

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There are about half a dozen of these states. Why, in particular,

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are we watching North Carolina? Critical to watch North Carolina. It

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has 15 electoral college votes. That will be handy for anyone trying to

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get to deal with a 70 and win the White House. It is also a swing

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state and has voted Republican- Democrat- Republican in the last

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dozen collections. It is a real battle ground. Everyone is here,

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Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, they are all

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coming into North Carolina. It is getting lots of attention. All of

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the battle ground states are key, and our North America and editor

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John Sobell has more on how the battle is playing out. -- Sopel.

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both launched

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They've been going at it nonstop ever since.

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Today Donald Trump was in Pennsylvania.

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Hillary Clinton is now on her way to Florida

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This is where the marathon turns into a sprint as the candidates

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that will determine this election. So what are the key swing states?

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They are Florida, North Carolina in the south

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and Ohio and Pennsylvania in the industrial north.

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For Donald Trump to have a path to victory

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But successive polls suggest Hillary Clinton

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has comfortable leads in North Carolina and Pennsylvania.

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That is why, in the battle to get the keys for this place,

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the FBI intervention may have given Donald Trump momentum,

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it hasn't decriesively shifted the race.

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Hillary Clinton is still winning where she needs to.

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I was calling to see if we still have your support

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Leaving polls to one side, you also need a ground game.

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Here too in conventional terms Hillary Clinton

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This is her team working in another swing state, Nevada.

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She has far more staff, far more offices, even more money.

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have the infrastructure Donald Trump may not

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the Republican nominee in the race to become

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It's worth underlining in many states

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that early voting has already started via postal ballots or

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It's estimated that around 24 million Americans

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On a nationwide average, that's around 20% of the likely

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But that number is obviously far higher

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in early voting states, many of them key battlegrounds.

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The figures of registered Republicans and registered Democrats

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going to vote shows a slight edge for Hillary Clinton.

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In trying to explain this race, American

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political pundits have used the phrase of a British Prime Minister

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from the 1960s - Howard Wilson's comment

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that "a week is a long time in politics."

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In this helter-skelter white knuckle ride, indeed it is.

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And who knows what's going to happen next?

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Jon Sopel, BBC News, Washington.

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It certainly feels like a very long time indeed. Let's get more run the

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state of the race in North Carolina, and I'm joined by Susan Roberts,

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Professor of politics at Davidson College. How is this race looking at

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the moment in North Carolina? It is looking very tight. There was an

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opinion poll today, only going through Saturday of last week and

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Thursday, showing the race neck and neck, 44-44. Since then we have had

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the revelation about the e-mails. It still shows to be about a 4-5% lead,

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and I don't know who to trust and if you look around, North Carolina has

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had, just six blocks from here, six weeks ago, the shooting of an

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unarmed black man in Charlotte. There has been so much going on that

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we don't know how much some of these things are going to affect turnout.

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Why is North Carolina such a critical battle ground state in

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2016, in this race? Because it has kind of a perfect storm, Mullany 's,

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African-Americans, rural, urban, suburban divides, and things that

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make it very desirable, even ideological. Something that North

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Carolina is, that you have had a series of pieces of legislation that

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have had an ideological divide, such as HD two, the bill for Governor

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McCrory, and that has created a lot of tension in terms of where do you

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stand on positions about gay rights, access to abortion, voting rights.

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It is a testing ground for some very liberal - conservative device. It

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has become Ground Zero in America's cultural wars in the context of the

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selection. Lots of visitors coming to North Carolina this week. Barack

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Obama is one of them. Is he coming to try and increase that turnout

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amongst African American voters, do? I think he wants to increase turnout

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among African-Americans and all around the state. If you look at

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Hillary Clinton, she's gone to the states where you have Mullany alls,

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college educated, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, and this is where the

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Democrats have their national convention four years ago, so she is

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very familiar with Charlotte. She will be trying to get the

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African-American vote out, because it is 22%, give or take, of the

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voting block here in North Carolina. It is an important building block to

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get out those African-Americans in early voting as well. The issue of

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race, as a professor suggested, came to a forefront in Charlotte a couple

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of months ago after an African-American man was shot dead

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by police. What looks like a peaceful financial city exploded and

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race riots, and race is still an important election issue in this

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campaign, as I learned when I went to speak to a local pastor.

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For those of us who have been Christians for a long time,

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here's a question, why does Jesus save us?

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Derwin Gray is a former NFL player who gave up football for faith.

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He opened the Transformation Church in 2010, on Super Bowl Sunday.

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When you're preaching, you're telling your congregation

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That makes some people mad!

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Because in America we have idolised politics, and particularly

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with the religious right in the 80s, they did a phenomenal job

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of shaping that Republicanism is equivalent to following Jesus.

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Pastor Derwin knows the trials of being black in North Carolina.

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Two years ago he was pulled over by police with his son in the car.

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A policeman got behind us, put on his high beams

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for over a mile, and then pulled us over and asked us,

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Now, I'm a grown man, with grown children.

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You don't ask a grown man what he's doing here.

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I'm an American citizen who paid taxes for your job,

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on the freeways that I'm driving, I paid taxes for.

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I'm driving home after preaching the gospel.

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But we fit a particular profile, and the sad part is,

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I've got to look my 13-year-old son in the eyes and say,

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"put your hands on the back of the driver side seat,

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You look him in the eyes, "yes sir, no sir".

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So I didn't respond with what was in my heart, I

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Derwin opened his church specifically to get

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A lot of Christians in the south, in the primaries,

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Yeah, and you know, that's the great thing about these United States

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of America, is that we're free to vote our conscience.

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So for those in our congregation who wear the Trump shirts,

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I give them a high five and love them, because what brings

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us together is greater than what divides us.

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They have an American right to vote for Hillary or Mr Trump.

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Derwin's office is a tribute to his two passions,

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No pastor office is complete without a football.

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You have to take the claims of the Bible true.

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North Carolina is changing fast, with newcomers shaking up

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It makes for a beautiful mixture, but with mixture there is always

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conflict, which requires humility, which requires love,

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and requires standing in the shoes of the other.

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Race, obviously an important issue in North Carolina. But, is it the

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same everywhere, or how the candidates fighting lots of

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different races in these battle ground states? Every area has its

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own concerns, but I would say that in most states I have been to

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recently, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, the predominant

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issue is the economy and jobs, and that is where Donald Trump seems to

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have some success, particularly amongst poorer workers whose jobs

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have moved overseas, all who live in manufacturing areas were factories

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have closed, and they are fed up with politicians who have not done

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anything about it, we think, you know what? We're not sure that

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Donald Trump can make manufacturing grape again, but we're prepared to

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roll the dice and give it a go, because if we keep electing the same

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type of people, and they think Hillary Clinton is the same type of

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politician as they have elected four years, they will continue to have

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the same problems. That is where a lot of Donald Trump's support this

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coming from in the States. It is really about jobs. What the of this

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one opinion poll that puts him one point ahead of Hillary Clinton? How

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should we interpret that? The series of opinion polls we've had in the

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last few days sure that this race is tightening. Some of that was to be

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expected in the final week of the campaign, that some voters would,

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and the Republican Party. Some of it is fallout from the e-mail

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investigation. On that point in particular, it is worth pointing out

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that that same opinion poll, one week before the 2004 election put

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John Kerry ahead, and he went on to lose, and the same opinion poll put

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Mitt Romney ahead, and he went on to lose. It is not always the most

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reliable of opinion polls, is more reliable to look at the trend of

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opinion polls and that shows the race tightening, but Hillary Clinton

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still ahead. And of course anyone trying to predict what happens next

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in this campaign is an idiot. Thank you.

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Now a look at some of the day's other news.

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Italy is continuing to suffer aftershocks after two

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earthquakes on Sunday, that damaged medieval towns

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and churches and left thousands homeless.

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The national geology institute said that tremors

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One of them, with a magnitude of 4.7,

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was reportedly felt as far away as Rome.

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Turkey has dismissed European Union condemnation of the arrest

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of senior journalists at a leading opposition newspaper.

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The EU said that, in terms of press freedom,

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the detentions had crossed a "red line".

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The Prime Minister of Turkey said that red lines were of no importance

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and that Turkey would not take any notice.

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When Britain leaves the European Union its only land

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border with an EU state will be between Northern Ireland

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What sort of controls might there be and how will it affect trade?

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Our special correspondent, Allan Little, has sent

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To understand Ireland's Brexit anxiety,

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go to the farms of its rich and fertile pasturelands.

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They sell more than half of what they produce

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A falling pound has already made their milk

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Now, there's the prospect of a new border separating them

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Like, we have a huge market, 50 miles from where we stand

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here now, and if we can't supply that market without tariffs,

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it's not good, like, it's very worrying talk or prospect.

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Once there were Customs controls between the UK and Ireland,

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but those border posts disappeared when both countries joined

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the European Community together in 1973.

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This is what that border crossing looks like now,

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you can drive down this road without even noticing that

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you've left one country and entered another,

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but soon this will be the edge of the European Union.

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Down there, migrants from 26 other countries will still be

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able to come and live and work and claim benefits,

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but not if they walk up there, into the United Kingdom.

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If you have no border controls here, how do you police that?

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Northern Ireland's biggest party, the Democratic Unionists,

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Their emphatic British unionism seems reinvigorated

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by their sense of having seized back a lost UK sovereignty.

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But they believe that the border can,

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With the political willingness from both the British

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to borders of the past, that they would never see a return

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we're actually quite relaxed about it.

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But we're not ignoring the fact that there are issues

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that need to be worked through, but they are entirely surmountable,

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In the Republic they're not reassured by this sunny optimism.

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For one option is for Ireland to bow to the realities of geography

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and to allow the UK to place its Border and Customs controls

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You're asking for an independent state, the Republic of Ireland,

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to impose and work British migration law at its ports and airports.

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I mean, that's really what you're saying.

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Which you're kind of saying - well, we don't really think

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you're an independent country, it's just a kind of figment

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I think, as an Irish person, you feel pretty angry about the fact

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that something really profound has been done to Ireland without

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Ireland having featured at all in the discussion.

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Ireland has forged its modern identity as an independent nation

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in Europe, but the powerful gravitational pull of its larger

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One of the many unforeseen consequences Brexit.

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It's been one of the big topics in the world of music this year -

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why are so many major stars having mental health problems?

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A survey by a UK charity suggests three-quarters of those working

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in the industry have had anxiety and panic attacks.

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Our Entertainment Correspondent Colin Paterson reports.

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I went missing for about ten minutes trying to escape the venue.

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I tended to do worse off the road than on the road.

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At home, I'm in a bit of my own company, which I'm not so good at.

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The only thing that bothers me is I have dealt with 25 years

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of this and everybody treating me like a crazy person.

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It is a great source of amusement and entertainment,

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and we live in a world where "crazy" is a term of abuse.

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Many of the big names in music have spoken

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This year, former One Direction member Zayn Malik made headlines

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for cancelling a number of solo gigs due to extreme anxiety.

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# We're gonna let it burn, burn, burn...#.

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In July Ellie Goulding postponed shows after panic attacks.

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New research today claims to show just how common a problem this is.

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The survey suggests more than 70% of professional musicians

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That figure is almost repeated when it comes to depression.

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While we are very concerned about the findings,

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because of the pressures on those that are uniquely placed

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within the industry, we were not unduly surprised this

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pressure led to issues of anxiety, depression and mental health.

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These students learning how to make it big in the music business

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appreciate that even those at the top have their struggles.

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All I want to do is little session gigs, and just play.

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But I would hate to be like a household name.

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How robust do you have to be in this industry?

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Just keep your head with what you want to do,

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It is a problem that there are so many people

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You just hope for yourself that will not happen to you.

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But the next generation of potential stars are being given

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classes on how to help them deal with the issues.

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Initially, when you start out, little things can seem

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If you are challenged and they constantly want more,

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Now the industry as a whole is being challenged to work out

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how to tackle these mental health problems, which it's claimed affect

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but elections used to be quite festive affairs here in the US.

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And in the battleground state of North Carolina, one bakery

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is reviving a centuries-old recipe used to celebrate the occasion.

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You could say they're hoping to make America cake again.

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An election cake is a Colonial era cake and it's a celebratory cake

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that was once attached to voting places and polling sites

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In some of the original recipes that we found, there would have

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been 30 quarts of flour, so you can imagine

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That would have been only one of the components of this cake.

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Election cake was really intended to feed a lot of people, the masses.

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You want to make sure that it's very bubbly and very active.

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Make sure that you beat the butter very, very well.

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You want to add the eggs one at a time while you continue

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We reduced the mixer to low speed so it doesn't over-mix the flour.

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This is the final step, getting a tough cake.

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carefully folding in the booze- soaked fruit and the sherry.

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The most important part in baking is to really be present,

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just want to attend to every process.

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It's a cake that takes at least a day, sometimes two days to make,

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and so if you can give it the proper time it needs,

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you will get a really beautiful,

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OWL is a female-owned and led business and since the cake was once

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baked by women who couldn't vote, we thought it was an interesting way

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to show how gender dynamics have shifted over time.

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And that electoral process was something that was celebrated.

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There is a lot of bad feelings around this election and

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I think that we forget how lucky we are to live in a country

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where there are presumably peaceful elections.

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From me Jane O'Brien and the rest of the team goodbye.

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As we have arrived in November we have flicked a switch with the

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weather. It is much colder, and

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