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The I reports on comments from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who's insisted he will lead the party into 2020. The Telegraph reports that Theresa May is expected to announce an end to the free movement of new EU migrants once Article 50 is triggered. The Times says that the Prime Minister is preparing for the Scottish government to call a second independence referendum once Brexit negotiations begin. The NHS has lost more than half a million documents in five years, that's the lead in the Guardian.
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We've had reports of that happening as well within Mosul. It is an incredibly complex sort of operating environment when it comes to these divisions within the Iraqi community. At the moment people are relieved to be getting out of Isis controlled territory.
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He said he'd remain as leader and that Labour must unite to win. Critics, though, say the defeat shows Labour is failing to appeal to the electorate. Our political correspondent Carole Walker reports.
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Adam Wild reports. For Tottenham, this is a time for building. Knocked out of Europe at their temporary Wembley home midweek, but it is here this team's foundations have been laid. White Hart Lane, a much happier home. Fitting, then, that once again it was one of their home-grown stars shining brightest.
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Our political correspondent Carole Walker reports. Mr Corbyn, do you still think you're the man to rebuild Labour? We're doing great here, thank you very much. I'm looking forward to my speech today. Jeremy Corbyn insists he won't give up the struggle.
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Adam Wild reports. For Tottenham, this is a time for building. Knocked out of Europe at their temporary Wembley home midweek, but it is here this team's foundations have been laid. White Hart Lane, a much happier home. Fitting, then, that once again it was one of their home-grown stars shining brightest. Spurs fans call Harry Kane one of their own. Well, today, he wasn't content with just one. His second came with little over half an hour played.
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Alberto Salazar has been under investigation since allegations about drugs use at his American training base were made by the BBC's Panorama programme in 2015. Mark Daly had that story and he reports now. Can there be a one-two for the Salazar group? It looks like it as Mo Farah takes gold for Great Britain. He's the coach and mastermind behind Britain's Sir Mo Farah and his four Olympic gold medals.
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He said he'll remain as leader and that Labour must unite to win. Critics, though, say the defeat shows Labour is failing to appeal to the electorate. Our political correspondent Carole Walker reports. Mr Corbyn, are you the man to rebuild Labour? Jeremy Corbyn insists he won't give up the struggle.
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But the Department of Health in England says it has no plans to make it illegal at the moment. Gerry Jackson, BBC News. A £17 million investment for Britain's artificial intelligence and robotics industries has been announced by the government. It's estimated the sector could add billions of pounds to the UK economy by 2035, as our business correspondent Joe Lynam reports. There may well be a time when robots like this are accepted as part of our everyday life.
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They say it's not about forcing people to quit, but rather about helping them. Robyn Dwyer reports. Cigarettes on the ward are now firmly in the past. But smoking isn't forbidden in all English hospital grounds. Now health officials are calling for a 'truly tobacco free NHS'.
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Recent research shows just one in ten hospitals is enforcing a ban on smoking outside health service buildings, and Public Health England is urging all hospitals to offer patients help to quit. Gerry Jackson reports. More than a million smokers are admitted to NHS hospitals in the UK every year. Many hospital trusts in England have already banned smoking, but enforcing it isn't always easy, and Public Health England says much more needs to be done to achieve a tobacco-free NHS.
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Durham-born Neil Fingleton was an actor and stuntman, bringing his extraordinary 7 foot, 7 inch height to roles like the 'king of the giants' in Game of Thrones. Public Health England is calling for a smoking ban on all NHS hospital grounds. They say it's not about forcing people to quit, but rather about helping them. Robyn Dwyer reports. Cigarettes on the ward are now firmly in the past.
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Officers were called to the city's Drumlanrig Drive this morning to reports of the death of a 32 year old man and 43 year old woman. A 42 year old man has been detained in connection with the deaths and inquiries are ongoing. Detectives say a man found dead at a house in Renfrewshire had significant injuries.
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I'm Richard Pallot. A man is fighting for his life and four people are in hospital after a car veered off the road and ploughed into a group of pedestrians. The driver was arrested at the scene in Catford on suspicion of drink driving by a passing off-duty police officer. Charlotte Cross reports. It was shortly after 8 o'clock this morning that It was shortly after 8 o'clock this morning that the car, reportedly a black Mercedes hit five pedestrians here in Bromley Road in Bellingham.
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A major search operation continues for a man who fell from cliffs in Angus. Police were called to the Arbroath cliffs yesterday afternoon to help find the 18 year old. Marelle Wilson reports. It's believed the teenager was walking along the cliff side with family members when he fell into the water.
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Mark Daly reports. Can there be a one-two for the Salazar group? It looks like it as Mo Farah takes gold for Great Britain. He's the coach and mastermind behind Britain's Sir Mo Farah and his four Olympic gold medals.