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This is BBC World News Today.

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Our top stories:

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Violent clashes between police

and Islamist demonstrators

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in Pakistan's capital, Islamabad.

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The Government calls

on the army to step in.

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As Egypt buries victims

of Friday's mosque attack,

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investigators say the attackers

were carrying the flag

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of so called Islamic State.

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Well-wishers and relatives are

coming and going, trying to offer

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support and across the country,

Egyptians are struggling to come to

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terms with this attack.

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The row between Time Magazine

and President Trump -

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was it going to name him "Person

of the Year" ?

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And Hollywood star Emma Thompson

leads a march in support

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of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe,

the British-Iranian

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woman jailed in Iran.

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We can all as human beings imagine

what it is like to be separated

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from every loved one for no reason.

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For no reason!

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Hello and welcome

to World News Today.

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We begin in Pakistan -

where the Government has called

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on the army to restore order,

after large protests in Islamabad.

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It's after scenes like this -

clashes between police and hardline

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Islamist protesters.

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The protestors want a Government

minister to be sacked,

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they accuse him of blasphemy.

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Well the violence has

led to 200 people

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being injured at this key highway -

called the Faizabad Interchange.

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Security forces tried

to break up a sit-in there -

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which has been going

on for several weeks.

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The demonstrations have also

spread to other cities

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including Lahore and Karachi.

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The violence

poses a direct challenge

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to the governing party -

the Pakistan Muslim League.

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I've been getting the thoughts

of the BBC's South Asia Regional

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Editor, Anbarasan Ethirajan.

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The Government allowed nearly three

weeks before they sent in hundreds

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of police officers to clear these

hundreds of protesters who are

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blocking a key highway going into

the capital. People have been going

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through huge traffic jams. They are

suffering a lot, and there is a lot

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of criticism of the Government in

the last three weeks. When they

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finally decided to act, the court

was acting them to act immediately,

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to remove these protesters, it was a

little bit too late. The police had

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to retreat, and now they are asking

for the military to help. Also, this

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is now spreading to other cities.

Hundreds of people are protesting in

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Karachi and in Lahore.

Tell us about

these protesters? What do they want?

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The party was formed a you mugs ago.

It was a hardline Islamists party.

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They started blocking this highway a

three weeks ago, saying that they

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wanted the minister to be removed,

because he was responsible for

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changes to the electoral vote, which

gave prominence, which said that the

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last Prophet was Prophet Muhammad in

Islam, because they thought they

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were trying to appease to the

minority. So, they are asking for

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the sacking of the law minister, and

the Government waited for nearly

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three weeks. What is important here

is that Pakistan is going into

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election mode next year, and the

Pakistani Muslim League is already

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lost its leader. It was disqualified

in July for failing to... So, the

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party is going through a crisis, and

now you have this hardline Islamist

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spreading to other parts of Karachi,

and that is what they didn't want,

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but that is happening now.

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The authorities in Egypt say gunmen

who attacked a mosque during Friday

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prayers killing more than 300

people, were carrying

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the flag of the so-called

Islamic State group.

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Up to 30 men surrounded

the building, opening fire

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on worshippers including children.

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It happened in the town

of Beer Al-Abud in Northern Sinai.

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Bir Al Abud.In response,

Egyptian forces have been

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carrying out air strikes

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on some militant targets.

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Our Middle East correspondent

Orla Guerin reports from Cairo.

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Egyptian warplanes take to the skies

to target militants in

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Northern Sinai.

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The army says this is a mission

to avenge the martyrs.

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There has been no claim

of responsibility,

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but according to officials the

attackers brandished flags of the

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so-called Islamic State.

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And here one of their

many victims in the

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General Hospital in Ismailia.

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He is 13.

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He was shot twice in

the hand and in the leg.

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He is not the only

victim in his family.

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In the same ward, his

17-year-old cousin, also

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shot twice, once in the back.

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His mother is looking

to God to punish

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those who brought such torment.

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I hope their hearts will be burned

just like ours, the women have all

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become widowed.

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There are no men left,

they are all gone.

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They are all gone.

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Then she leaned in to whispered

she has been bereaved four

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times over.

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Losing her husband, her oldest son,

an uncle, and a cousin.

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She did not want her son

to know the death toll.

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In another ward, we found doctors

consoling another man

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who was praying with his extended

family when the attackers struck.

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He lost two of his brothers

and two of their children.

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There was shooting

and people just started

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running, he told us,

some jumped out the window,

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God saved some of us,

but others lost their lives.

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Among the visitors

today, a local leader

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of the Coptic Church,

Christians are regular targets

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in their places of worship.

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Now Muslims have joined them.

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More than 40 survivors of the attack

were brought to this hospital.

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The death toll is

continuing to climb.

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Five of those who came

here have already lost

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their lives.

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Well-wishers and relatives

are coming and going to try and

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offer support, and across the

country Egyptians are struggling to

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come to terms with this attack.

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There is a grief across the country

as the dead are laid to rest.

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The village of Bir

al-Abed, the scene of

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the attack, has lost

a quarter of its men.

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Tonight, hundreds of

families are in mourning.

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Earlier political analyst, Magdi

Abdelhadi joined me in the studio.

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He told me the Egyptian

security forces have a lot

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of work to do to improve.

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It unprecedented, as was just said

in that report, judges have been

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attacked before, and there are

police guards outside most churches

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in the urban centres in Egypt, but

masks have never been the target of

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attack. Whether this is the

beginning of a trend, that would be

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extremely worrying, because the

countries through a stomach full of

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mosques. No state can itself against

this type of terrorism. Some would

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say that this is a failure of

intelligence, why couldn't they

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register that this was somehow going

to happen? However, because it is

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such a break from the pattern of

militancy in Egypt before, one could

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argue that it was very difficult for

them to predict that this would

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happen. Some suggest, that locals in

this particular village have felt

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that there was something coming, and

they aborted it to police --

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reported it to believe, but they

were ignored. It is the question is

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whether the authorities have the

right approach, because it is

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happening at regular intervals.

Immediately after, they launched air

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raids, and their use heavy weaponry,

as many are asking, is this the

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right approach? Is this the way to

fight this kind of militancy. You

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really need insert. That debate is

happening in Egypt and outside. What

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is missing in this debate, not so

much in Egypt, but on the

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international scene, is the role of

the narrative, the ideology that

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justify this kind of behaviour,

which is the right across the Muslim

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world and in western capitals. What

tells young Muslims that it is

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morally justifiable to kill innocent

people in Egypt, in London, in Iraq,

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in the United States, it is that

narrative, a narrative of religious

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supremacy, that if you do so, you

will somehow be rewarded by going to

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heaven, to paradise. That's

narrative is challenged...

You've

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talked about that narrative, what do

you make of Egypt's response to the

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militancy in the country. Do you

think it needs the help of the

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International committee?

Egypt of

course need any help it could get,

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but Egypt's has a strong central

state relatively speaking, if you

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compare it to Syria, or Iraq or

Libya. The leader has experience, he

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has dealt with Islamic militancy,

before. But, because it is an

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ongoing issue in Egypt, and across

the Muslim world, unless you act

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league challenge and debunk and

deconstruct the religious narrative

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that draws upon the text of Islam to

justify violence by killing innocent

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people, Muslims or unbelievers, and

think you will be rewarding for

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that, unless you challenge that's

narrative, I think we are going to

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live with that problem. Time.

-- for

some time.

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The actress, Emma Thompson,

has led a march in north London,

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to support the British-Iranian woman

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe,

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who's been jailed in Iran, accused

of trying to overthrow the state.

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Those taking part have

signed a letter urging

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Iran's Supreme Leader

to release her.

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Alice Hutton reports.

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's

favourite song, imprisoned in Iran

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and unable to sing it

with her own young

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daughter, 200 members

of her

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community in London came out

today to form a protest.

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They were joined by local mum

and Oscar-winning actress

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Emma Thompson, who braved pneumonia

to lend her voice to the protests.

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This is our community and one

of her community has been imprisoned

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without trial, has been separated

from her child more or less for

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19 months.

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The situation is desperate.

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I'm not supposed to be out at all,

but I said to my doctor, "Well,

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I can't not come to speak,

because I am free."

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Together, they marched to the nearby

Islamic Centre of England to

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deliver a letter addressed

to the Supreme Leader of Iran,

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calling for Nazanin's release.

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Really pleased with that,

thank you to our Muslim

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friends in the Islamic Centre.

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One person who did

hear the voices was

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Nazanin herself.

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She rang from prison

in Iran to thank them for

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their support, especially

her husband, Richard.

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Thank you so much.

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I am so grateful.

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I don't think I deserve

it, to be honest.

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It is amazing.

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Thank you for all your support.

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Thank you everyone from the bottom

and top of my heart, I really

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feel the love.

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Nazanin can feel loved,

that is the most important

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thing, that's what keeps us going.

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With fresh charges and the new court

date next month, this is a time of

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great anxiety for

the Ratcliffe family.

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Today was all about local support

and showing that Nazanin

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might have dual British-Iranian

citizenship, but it is this

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that she calls home.

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Let's take a look at some of

the other stories making the news:

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The Libyan coast guard says more

than 30 migrants died

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when their boat sank near Garabulli,

east of the capital, Tripoli.

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They say they rescued about 60

people who were clinging

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to the remains of the vessel.

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Bangladesh says Rohingya Muslim

refugees who go back to Myanmar

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will initially have to live

in temporary camps,

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because most of their villages

have been burnt down.

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The arrangement will cause concern

in the UN, which has already warned

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of the dangers of returning

the Rohingya to

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"confinement and ghettos".

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Bangladesh's Foreign Minister says

aid agencies will be involved

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in the repatriation process.

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Stay with us on BBC

World News, still to come:

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All the sport news -

including, Lionel Messi ends

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months of speculation -

he extends his contract

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with Barcelona.

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He caught the imagination of the

world. The first of a new generation

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of leaders. The prime there is

resigning before leaving number ten.

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He told her cabinets, if they find

the old world.

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Violent clashes in the Pakistan

capital. As Egypt buries victims of

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Friday's mosque attack,

investigators say that the attackers

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were carrying the flag of the

so-called Islamic State.

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Time Magazine is disputing US

President Donald Trump's account

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of how he rejected a request

for an interview and photo

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shoot ahead of its Person

of the Year issue.

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On Friday, Mr Trump tweeted that

Time had called to say

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he was "probably" going to be named

Person of the Year.

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He said 'probably was no good'

and that he 'took a pass.'

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But Time later said the president

was incorrect about how

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it makes its choice.

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The magazine tweeted:

'TIME does not comment

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on our choice until publication,

which is December 6.'

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Jeff Mason is the White House

Correspondent for Reuters

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and joins me now from Washington.

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Thanks for being with us. What do

you make of this row, who do you

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think is telling the truth? Well,

it's hard to weigh in on who is

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telling the truth, particularly

because TIME has not given any of

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the details. Adding we can look at

the way that Trump has treated, and

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in this particular case, it seemed

that he was upset. They had not said

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that he was definitely Person Of The

Year. This is a president who very

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publicly does not like dealing with

light, and whether that be a slight

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from a magazine, or a slight from a

world leader, if he feels it is

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negative, he fights back. That is

what he has done here. Timer will

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name their personal year on the 6th

of December, what does it mean...

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There have been previous presidents

who have won it, what does it mean

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to win its?

I think it is a high

honour, and is an important

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designation, and there have been

world leaders, and important public

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figures, who have got that over the

years. That said, it is just a

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magazine. We not talking about the

Nobel peace prize. It's important,

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but perhaps, the president is giving

a little bit more weight to it than

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some others would. That said, he

does give a lot of weight to it. He

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does like having the attention that

comes with something like a

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designation of Person Of The Year.

If you feel that there is a question

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about that, you will make those

feelings known.

Indeed, he did win

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it last year. He was on the cover

last year. What did you make of it

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then?

I think he was very pleased.

He made a big deal of it then, I do

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think he probably would have made a

big deal of it again, this year, if

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it had happened again. I think it is

important to note that getting the

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Person Of The Year it's not

necessarily a high honour. There are

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people in that list to have become

part of that Liz -- not necessarily

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for good reasons. That said, perhaps

being the most influence a person,

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and there is no doubt that he has

been influential, both in the United

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States and globally.

President Trump

does like to paint himself as an

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antiestablishment figure. Does this

have anything to do with a rejection

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of that?

I don't know. That's a good

question. I think it is a piece of

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two years and how he acts. I think

he uses Twitter to go after

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organisations, to go after people,

to go after leaders. He had become,

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because of his Twitter use, really

be most transparent resident of the

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United States in modern history. We

always know what you're thinking, so

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whether that is strategic, or

whether it is a venting process for

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him. Sometimes I think it is a bit

of both, it is integral to his ears.

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As a person and that a leader.

Jeff

Mason, White House corresponded for

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writers. Thank you.

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Katherine Downes has all the sport.

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On a busy day of football

in the English Premier League,

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Chelsea came from a goal down

to take a point in the late

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kick-off at Anfield.

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It was a former Chelsea player who

opened the scoring for Liverpool -

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Mohamed Salah with his 15th goal

for the Reds in just 20 games.

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But the champions didn't let up -

Willian came off the bench

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after scoring twice in midweek,

and equalised with just

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over five minutes to go.

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Incredible scenes.

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Unbelievable attitudes of both

sides, it was so intense.

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After a week like this,

which we both had,

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after the trips we had to do,

and the journey, so,

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it was one of the better

draws I saw in my life.

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We must be pleased, because we went

to the next round, in the Champions

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League, and then, this was the third

game to play away, and we won

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against West Brom, in the midweek,

and a good draw against Liverpool.

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We have to continue in this way.

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Manchester United are within five

points of neighbours City -

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who didn't play on Saturday

but still lead the table.

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Jose Mourinho's side have won every

home game this season.

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It was a routine 1-0 victory today -

an unfortunate deflection off

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Lewis Dunk that gave his goalkeeper

- Matthew Ryan - no chance...

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Ashley Young happy to take

credit after drilling

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the shot at the defender.

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City have a Sunday

fixture at Huddersfield.

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Elsewhere Tottenham were held

to a one all draw by managerless

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West Bromwich Albion at Wembley.

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Newcastle were beaten 3-0

at home by Watford..

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There was a stoppage-time winner

for Crystal Palace against Stoke.

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No goals between Swansea

and Bournemouth.

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Go to BBC.com/football for details.

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And out the Ashes. England will

resume in just over two and a half

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hours from now, with a lead of just

seven runs. Here is our sports

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correspondent.

The first two days of

these Test match were pretty much

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level pegging, you have to say that

Australia now have the edge at the

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end of Day three. England are 33-2,

at the close, a lead of just seven

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runs. They lost two wickets in a

torrid vinyl session. Alistair Cooke

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and James Vince both out. Captain

Joe Root were stuck on the helmets,

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frankly he is OK, but it was a

difficult closing hour. They had

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started early on in the day well,

they took three early wickets. They

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looked to be heading for a lead, but

then a brilliant innings from Steve

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Smith, 141, not out, he guided

Australia with a little help from

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Pat Cummins, who's scored an

important 42. Australia edging

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ahead, thanks to a stunning

performance from Steve Smith. They

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will now feel that they have the

advantage going into day for. If

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they can get Joe Root's wicket

early, they have got a strong chance

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of winning this Test match.

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Finally Lewis Hamilton's hopes -

of ending the Formula One season

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with a win have taken a blow.

0:23:470:23:49

He's been beaten -

by his Mercedes team-mate -

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in qualifying for the

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

0:23:510:23:53

Valtteri Bottas smashed the track

record at the Yas Marina circuit -

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to claim the top spot on the grid

by more than one tenth of a second.

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It's just felt really good in the

car, and the lap was really good, so

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that was enough, so I'm really

happy.

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I was up a tent and a half, and I'll

lost that in turn five or six. By

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the way it as been an incredible

year. 'S great to see so many

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British flag. I appreciate it.

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And that's all the sport for now.

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Australia has criticised a proposal

for trade after Brexit -

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warning that it could limit

their access to the UK markets.

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It's been suggested that Britain

and the EU should split existing

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quotas on the amount of goods

from around the world

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that can be imported

without incurring full tariffs.

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How things are at the moment is

there are tariffs on imports coming

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in from countries like

the US, India, Canada,

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China, which are outside the EU.

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The charge in effect is to stop

countries importing goods too

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cheaply and harming manufacturing

and other industries for countries

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within the EU.

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Some goods, such as lamb

from New Zealand, gets a

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slightly reduced rate, tariff rate

quotas which allows a certain amount

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of particular goods to be

imported at a reduced rate.

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The plan is for when we leave

the EU for that to

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continue, but the quotas

will be divided.

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With the example of lamb,

60% will go to other EU countries,

0:25:170:25:22

40% will come to the UK as it does

just now, we will carry on as

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normal and everyone will be happy,

except they're not.

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The countries importing

those goods say this is a

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chance for us to import

more to the UK.

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Should the market in the rest

of Europe fall away, it will be

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affected for any reason, we are not

getting the flexibility and the room

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to do that, we shouldn't

have to have this.

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And plenty more Brexit.

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Don't forget you can get

in touch with me and some

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of the team on Twitter -

I'm @alpapatel.

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