BBC News 24
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In the last few days, we have seen around 450-500 around the airport, south of Mosul, seeking shelter in a safe place. They have left with very little things with them and they are traumatised and they are in need of lots of support. What sort of conditions are people living under? Yesterday we visited a place where these 450 people arrived to and families there have taken people into their own houses.
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We can go live to Westminster and our reporter Sara Hajibagheri. Some Labour MPs will be worried if they have small majorities in an unstable party. I contacted all 26 Labour MPs with a smaller majority than 2,500 in the last general election and asked them what should have been a simple question - given the result in Copeland, does Jeremy Corbyn still have your support as party leader? They were reluctant to go on the record one way or the other.
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The Daily Mirror, tumble drier company Whirlpool accused of snubbing pay-out plea. Where are you starting? A story about exports. I love the idea that we now export more gin than beef, 450 in beef and £500 million with gin and going to so many countries around the world.
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There are 12 million diesel cars on the roads and with that comes pollution. According to government estimates ten to 30,500 people died in the UK from nitrogen dioxide levels. -- 23,500.
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There are 12 million diesel cars on the road. The problem is nitrogen dioxide, which government figures estimate kill some 23.5 thousand people in the UK each year. -- 23,000 500.
BBC News 24
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But you don't, clearly. We must make clear that we have those answers and we must keep working at it. You keep repeating that, when people in Copeland are listening... You keep asking the same question. You say you have to work at things but this was a major by-election for you in a seat you've held for 35 years, albeit the majority is 2,500.
BBC News 24
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Theresa May has said winning the Copeland by-election was an "astounding victory" for the Conservatives. It's the first time a party in government has taken a seat in a by-election for 35 years. Labour had held Copeland since 1935, but the Conservatives overturned a Labour majority of more than 2,500. The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn described the defeat as "very disappointing" - but he said he wouldn't be standing down.
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Bentleigh Court has been evacuated. It is hoped residents will be allowed to return this weekend. And Suffolk police have been overwhelmed with calls. We have dealt with over 800 999 calls and then on top of that nearly 500 101 calls.
BBC One East
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Some companies say they lost thousands of pounds as traffic on roads in Suffolk ground to a halt. Tonight 2,500 homes are still without power. Debbie Tubby reports. The orange army of Network Rail, felling trees which threaten to collapse on to the rail lines.
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