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1.6 million people are living in dangerously low quality homes. and arm to arm, i can put them to the walls- — michael lives in this tiny rundown bedsit in south london. he's been here for five years. one bed, one chair, and a broken toilet. it is completely moulded off. got little perfume things just to get the smell the damp away, you know, that's a definite because every time i come here, all i can

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Diamond Hands The Legend of WallStreetBets

i remember texting my dad. i was like, ok,this is the top for sure. so i soldeverything after he did that. so by the skin of my teeth,i escaped that. i mean, this $8 millionis kind of like-- i'mlike just eating scraps that are left overfrom a massive battle. i think i'm a really smallfish in a very crazy event. i'm just opportunistic. - i put $40,000 in and walkedaway with over $1.6 million. my last day at workwas on friday. - ok, so after a few weeks,i was just like, fuck it. and i cashed out and i wentstraight into crypto. so that's all ido now is crypto. - i lost money. director: say more. say more. - nothing. i lost money.

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BBC News

open. officials suspect organised crime was behind the theft of the coins which have an estimated market value of 1.6 million euros. police are now examining links between this robbery and other heists in german museums in recent years. {iii in german museums in recent ears. .., , in german museums in recent ears. _, , ., in german museums in recent ears, , ., ., " years. of course we are working with colleagues _ years. of course we are working with colleagues in _ years. of course we are working with colleagues in berlin - years. of course we are working with colleagues in berlin and - with colleagues in berlin and dresden _ with colleagues in berlin and dresden because you may have noticed — dresden because you may have noticed there may be parallels with the — noticed there may be parallels with the art theft in the green belt with— with the art theft in the green belt with the jules and in a museum _ belt with the jules and in a museum with a maple leaf gold coin _ museum with a maple leaf gold coin. whether there are connections, we cannot yet say. the missing coins which date from around 100 bc were unearthed in and are considered a realjewel by the european archaeological community and all they want is for them to be returned in one piece. to the world cup in qatar — another big shock. on tuesday, it was saudi arabia beating argentina —

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BBC News

are making their voices heard. german police are investigating potential links between the theft of hundreds of celtic gold coins this week and other heists from the country's museums. the coins, with an estimated market value of 1.6 million euros, were snatched from a bavarian museum in the early hours of tuesday.emer mccarthy reports. the remnants of a brazen heist. it took thieves just nine minutes to snatch nearly 500 celtic gold coins from a museum in a bavarian town. the archaeologists - in a bavarian town. the archaeologists hope - in a bavarian town. tie: archaeologists hope they are preserved in their original state will eventually reappear. they're so well—documented it can be determined any time they come from this quaint treasure. nearby internet cables were cut just before the break in. that meant an alarm is not triggered when the museum door was forced

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Panorama

boy died because of prolonged exposure to mould. 1.6 million people are living in dangerously low quality homes. michael lives in this tiny rundown bedsit in south london. he's been here forfive rundown bedsit in south london. he's been here for five years. one bed, one chair, and a broken toilet. it one bed, one chair, and a broken toilet.— one bed, one chair, and a broken toilet. it is completely moulded off. _ broken toilet. it is completely moulded off. got _ broken toilet. it is completely moulded off. got little - broken toilet. it is completely i moulded off. got little perfume things just to get the smell

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Breakfast

emotional to watch, and he was obviously moved by the emotion from 70,000 people at old trafford. what a sound they made, and he was awesome. he a sound they made, and he was awesome-— a sound they made, and he was awesome. , ., ., awesome. he will be on the sofa tomorrow _ awesome. he will be on the sofa tomorrow looking _ awesome. he will be on the sofa tomorrow looking back _ awesome. he will be on the sofa tomorrow looking back on - awesome. he will be on the sofa tomorrow looking back on an - awesome. he will be on the sofa - tomorrow looking back on an amazing week, and looking at the fundraising page as we speak, it is £1.598 million. so almost £1.6 million. later in the show we will be talking about how that money will be spent and how it will benefit mnd patients almost immediately, actually, in terms of both treatment but then research as well, looking into the future. that is coming a little bit later on. it is notjust the rugby league, the men's and the women's finals. it has been an incredible weekend for wheelchair rugby, with england's men winning the rugby league world cup, after beating france 28—24 in manchester. later this morning we'll be joined by three of the champions on the sofa, so to get us in the mood, let's relive that thrilling game.

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Breakfast

we have _ so much. it is amazing. i feel like we have got— so much. it is amazing. i feel like we have got a similar sort of connection to what kevin has with robert _ connection to what kevin has with robert which is something very special— robert which is something very special and you don't see that very often _ special and you don't see that very often. . , ., ., special and you don't see that very often. . i. ., , special and you don't see that very often. . ., , special and you don't see that very often. ., y., ., , i'm often. can you get to bed soon? i'm auoin often. can you get to bed soon? i'm going straight _ often. can you get to bed soon? i'm going straight to _ often. can you get to bed soon? i'm going straight to bed _ often. can you get to bed soon? i'm going straight to bed after— often. can you get to bed soon? i'm going straight to bed after this. - going straight to bed after this. yotr're — going straight to bed after this. yotr're not _ going straight to bed after this. you're not going _ going straight to bed after this. you're not going to _ going straight to bed after this. you're not going to see - going straight to bed after this. you're not going to see much. going straight to bed after this. | you're not going to see much of sunday which is fair enough. thank you so much. it's been brilliant to meet all of you. thank you. kevin mack must fund raising is up to £1.6 million. sunday with laura kuenssberg is on bbc one at nine o'clock this morning. let's find out what she has in store. morning, laura. sunday morning you have these amazing sportspeople on just before you come to me and ifeel exhausted and the world cup kicks off later today stop excitement about the

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increase may be swallowed up. and the obr have _ increase may be swallowed up. and the 0br have said over the next two the obr have said over the next two years— the 0br have said over the next two years that _ the 0br have said over the next two years that we — the 0br have said over the next two years that we are _ the 0br have said over the next two years that we are looking _ the 0br have said over the next two years that we are looking at - the 0br have said over the next two years that we are looking at a - the 0br have said over the next two years that we are looking at a six - years that we are looking at a six to 7%_ years that we are looking at a six to 7% cut — years that we are looking at a six to 7% cut in — years that we are looking at a six to 7% cut in real— years that we are looking at a six to 7% cut in real income - years that we are looking at a six to 7% cut in real income for- years that we are looking at a six to 7% cut in real income for the i to 7% cut in real income for the average — to 7% cut in real income for the average household. _ to 7% cut in real income for the average household. and - to 7% cut in real income for the average household. and what i to 7% cut in real income for the i average household. and what that means _ average household. and what that means is— average household. and what that means is for— average household. and what that means is for most _ average household. and what that means is for most people - average household. and what that means is for most people in - average household. and what that means is for most people in the i means is for most people in the middle. — means is for most people in the middle. that— means is for most people in the middle, that is— means is for most people in the middle, that is a _ means is for most people in the middle, that is a head—butt- means is for most people in the| middle, that is a head—butt may means is for most people in the i middle, that is a head—butt may be we will— middle, that is a head—butt may be we will survive, _ middle, that is a head—butt may be we will survive, but _ middle, that is a head—butt may be we will survive, but what _ middle, that is a head—butt may be we will survive, but what we - middle, that is a head—butt may be we will survive, but what we are i we will survive, but what we are seeing _ we will survive, but what we are seeing that _ we will survive, but what we are seeing that the _ we will survive, but what we are seeing that the very _ we will survive, but what we are seeing that the very hard - we will survive, but what we are seeing that the very hard end, i we will survive, but what we are i seeing that the very hard end, we have _ seeing that the very hard end, we have 7 _ seeing that the very hard end, we have 7 million _ seeing that the very hard end, we have 7 million households- seeing that the very hard end, we have 7 million households wherei seeing that the very hard end, we i have 7 million households where we think the _ have 7 million households where we think the price — have 7 million households where we think the price cap _ have 7 million households where we think the price cap increase - have 7 million households where we think the price cap increase oc- think the price cap increase oc about— think the price cap increase oc about another— think the price cap increase oc about another1.6_ think the price cap increase oc about another 1.6 million - think the price cap increase oc- about another 1.6 million households falling _ about another 1.6 million households falling into— about another 1.6 million households falling into fuel— about another 1.6 million households falling into fuel poverty. _ about another 1.6 million households falling into fuel poverty. there - about another 1.6 million households falling into fuel poverty. there is - falling into fuel poverty. there is a real— falling into fuel poverty. there is a real crisis — falling into fuel poverty. there is a real crisis looming _ falling into fuel poverty. there is a real crisis looming here, - falling into fuel poverty. there is a real crisis looming here, as - a real crisis looming here, as people — a real crisis looming here, as people genuinely— a real crisis looming here, as people genuinely have - a real crisis looming here, as people genuinely have to - a real crisis looming here, as - people genuinely have to choose between — people genuinely have to choose between heating _ people genuinely have to choose between heating and _ people genuinely have to choose between heating and eating - 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and all of those sort of things. those are the kind of calls - and all of those sort of things. those are the kind of calls wel and all of those sort of things. i those are the kind of calls we are getting _ those are the kind of calls we are getting to — those are the kind of calls we are getting to our _ those are the kind of calls we are getting to our advice _ those are the kind of calls we are getting to our advice line. - those are the kind of calls we are getting to our advice line. it - those are the kind of calls we are getting to our advice line. it is i getting to our advice line. it is going — getting to our advice line. it is going to — getting to our advice line. it is going to be _ getting to our advice line. it is going to be tough, _ getting to our advice line. it is going to be tough, there - getting to our advice line. it is going to be tough, there is- getting to our advice line. it is going to be tough, there is no| getting to our advice line. it is - going to be tough, there is no two ways— going to be tough, there is no two ways about — going to be tough, there is no two ways about it _ going to be tough, there is no two ways about it. the _ going to be tough, there is no two ways about it— going to be tough, there is no two ways about it. the next question is from daniel- _ ways about it. the next question is from daniel. i— ways about it. the next question is from daniel. iwill— ways about it. the next question is from daniel. i will come _ ways about it. the next question is from daniel. i will come to - 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Election Night in America

are expected momentarily in one of the key races that will determine control of congress. we're following all of the contests that remain up in the air tonight as the country awaits the final midterm results. let's go to cnn's senior national correspondent sara sidner. she's in phoenix, arizona, maricopa county. sara, what's the latest you're hearing? >> look, we have about 15 minutes before we're expecting to see another significant drop that you will see of votes. in other words, these are votes that have been counted. they were early mail-in votes from friday, saturday, sunday, that have been counted. could be anywhere up to 89,000 potential votes that come in. that isn't a significant number, as you know. about 1.6 million votes in this county. this is the most populated county in all of arizona. so, you've got that situation going on here. there are still election workers of course here.

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BBC News at Six

with the head of the union. in total, 1.6 million public sector workers are voting over whether to strike this winter. in hospitals, that means everyone from cleaners and porters to managers, nurses and junior doctors. but it's notjust health — teachers and university lecturers are also considering taking action. in the private sector, around 200,000 people are already striking. postal workers have so far walked out for eight days this year, while rail workers more than 12 days. inflation is now atjust over 10% and could rise even higher by the end of the year. many people are striking because their pay isn't keeping up with inflation. this year, private sector pay has risen by 6.2%, while public sector pay has risen by 2.2%. but ministers are warning that big pay increases could push inflation even higher.

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