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I was talking to Srinivas and I was like, "Will we be safe in this country?" I was so worried. I think that the hate crime will be more open now. Will it be safe for us to go to the mall, will it be safe for us to go to the office? He hugged me like this and he said "don't worry, we should be OK.
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The environmental protection agency is quite high on the list, but that only has a budget of around $8 billion a year, so they will have to make some very deep cuts across a number of federal departments to really try to come up with this huge injection of cash for defence. Staying in the US, an American man accused of murdering an Indian immigrant has appeared via closed-circuit television before a judge in Kansas.
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To give you some background here, the US already spends just under 600 billion dollars on defence every year already. That is more than the next seven countries spend on their defence altogether. So there is already a huge budget.
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But, as ever, our Weather Watchers have captured it for us. And you'll notice here that Monday ended on quite a wintry note across parts of Scotland. When you see the big picture, you will understand, I hope, just why we've got such a variety of weather on offer at the moment - low pressure never very far away.
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They have no idea where they are taking us. I think for the sake of jobs, prosperity, businesses, it is important to pass this amendment and I therefore wish to divide the house. But when it came to the vote, peers rejected the amendment to keep the UK in the single market.
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My criticism is for my party leader. Because I think he will be judged by history as being on the wrong side of this argument. Of forcing us to do something in the Labour Party that we do not actually in our hearts really believe in.
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We need to continue to trade as freely as possible with the EU. Though we have to leave. And for that reason we are not able to support this amendment. What I would ask is that those of your Lordships who, like me, voted to remain stop fighting the battles of the campaign but come together to help us think of ways we can continue to thrive, trade and overcome these challenges.
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Notably in its coverage of all services. But almost half of British trade in goods and services takes place in the European market. Almost half. And it should be an absolute priority therefore for us to secure the continuity of that trade we already have.
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Nobody is arguing, I don't think, I've never met anybody who says we shouldn't have access to do business with the single market. In the same way as they will want to do business with us. The question is whether we want to be members of it. They've accused my right honourable friend the Prime Minister of opting for a hard Brexit.
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I think that the hate crime will be more open now. Will it be safe for us to go to the mall, will it be safe for us to go to the office? He hugged me like this and he said "don't worry, we should be OK." "We should be OK." Just days after the attack, Austins Bar and Grill has reopened. Police are now investigating whether the two men were targeted because of their race.
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He has promised to protect Social Security and Medicare. We will have more on that just a little later on in the programme. Staying in the US. An American man accused of murdering an Indian immigrant has appeared via closed-circuit television before a judge in Kansas.
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The US already spends $600 billion on defence every year, that is more than the next seven countries altogether. He is suggesting $54 billion more. As you said, he is looking at spending that money from other government spending which he wants to cut. So, a number of Federal departments and foreign aid. Now, it is unclear which departments will be cut, that will be fleshed out later.
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Bidding, we should remind ourselves, hasn't even begun for the 2020 six World Cup, it is still being discussed, but the US is the front runner for it and these issues around the travel ban, which of course has seen a number of people from different nationalities theoretically barred from entering the US, watch or even to play in the World Cup.
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So not physically enough in this game. It was... I thought it did make it easier for us, the change in manager, the preparation was easier because it was clear what will happen. So a very emotional game.
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It had gone ahead of that. We heard from the report that businesses are being hit hard and consumer spending has been hit hard. We really saw the impact during this. We will get a clear indication in a few hours. We will watch those numbers. Thank you for joining us.
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I believe that there would be some transient impact only in the short run. However, in the medium and long run, there would be the informal and formal economy. Therefore, India's GDP could become even bigger. That was the Finance see on the economy, particularly in these fourth-quarter figures? Well, the figures that will be released later today will actually give us a clear indication as to what has been the impact of this exercise, because these figures are for the months of October to December, 2016.
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For us, one season gone is a big deal. I lost nearly $1000. Now, even though prices are going up again, I cannot produce more vegetable. This is another big field where the farmer could not harvest it. When agriculture is hit, it is bad news for the country.
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They just want the best price. Even those who are not Chinese, this trading market has Indian owners, told us they sell on to the dominant Chinese export of cobalt, CDM.
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Miles away, on a different site, this man shows us the cobalt tunnel he has dug with three of his friends. It is physically tough work. They removed all this rock by hand, over nearly four months.
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Monica is the youngest worker in this group, at just four. Even those barely able to walk have lost their childhoods to mining. Natalie is 12 years old. "My Fingers hurt", she tells us.
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Let's take a look at some of the day's other news. Donald Trump's first budget will include a proposal to increase US military spending by $54 billion. That would be a 10% jump on the current amount. Here's how the President plans to fund the increase. This defence spending increase will be offset and paid for by a finding greater savings and efficiencies across the federal government.
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The fact is the greenhouse gas emissions have nothing to do with clean air. Carbon dioxide is a naturally occurring trace gas necessary for life on Earth, it is not a pollutant and the Waters of the US which would expand federal jurisdiction dramatically over swamps.
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Sure, which are very important to the future operations of power stations across the US? Yes. So I think, yes, it will take some time to withdraw and rescind some of these rules but I think that that is.