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under way, as republican supporters vote for a presidential candidate. and new images of the volcanic eruption in iceland, which has set homes on fire and forced thousands to evacuate. and on newsnight at 10.30, we'll go deeper behind the headlines and speak live to key players on today's big stories, plus a first look at tomorrow's front pages. good evening. as another houthi missile struck a cargo ship in the red sea today, qatar became the latest country to stop its gas tankers from using the route. the disruption to international trade by the attacks in the red sea are dominating this year's annual gathering of business and political leaders in davos in switzerland.

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deemed a potential risk. in freezing iowa, the race for the white house officially gets under way, as republican supporters vote for a presidential candidate. and new images of the volcanic eruption in iceland, which has set homes on fire and forced thousands to evacuate. and on newsnight at 10.30, we'll go deeper behind the headlines and speak live to key players on today's big stories, plus a first look at tomorrow's front pages. good evening. as another houthi missile struck a cargo ship in the red sea today, qatar became the latest country to stop its gas tankers from using the route. the disruption to international trade by the attacks in the red sea are dominating this year's annual gathering of business and political leaders in davos in switzerland.

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speak life to key players on today's big stories. plus a first look at tomorrow's front pages. -- 10.30. good evening. some have waited over a quarter of a century to have their names cleared. hundreds of people wrongly accused of theft and false accounting, while running post offices. well, a new law in england and wales, to "exonorate and compensate" all these people whose lives were ruined is to be introduced after an itv drama questioned why one of the biggest miscarriages ofjustice in british history had not properly been resolved. downing street says it will also work with scotland and northern ireland to ensure victims wrongly accused in those nations are also cleared. scotland's first minister says he agrees with the law change.

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BBC News at Ten

roads are turned into rivers, and even at home wellies are essential. how deep is it? that deep. what's that, six inches? the period betweenjuly and december was the wettest ever recorded in the uk. we'll be looking at why, with our climate editor. also on the programme... the conservative chris skidmore is quitting as an mp over the government's energy plans, triggering a by—election. president biden launches his campaign for re—election, warning that his likely rival, donald trump, poses a threat to american democracy. # don't give up on us, baby. # and the actor who also found fame as a singer — david soul, of starsky and hutch, dies at the age of 80. and on newsnight at 10.30pm, we'll go deeper behind the headlines and speak live to key players on today's big stories.

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from the met office. roads are turned into rivers, and even at home wellies are essential. how deep is it? that deep. what's that, six inches? the period betweenjuly and december was the wettest ever recorded in the uk. we'll be looking at why, with our climate editor. also on the programme... the conservative chris skidmore is quitting as an mp over the government's energy plans, triggering a by—election. president biden launches his campaign for re—election, warning that his likely rival, donald trump, poses a threat to american democracy. # don't give up on us, baby. # and the actor who also found fame as a singer — david soul, of starsky and hutch, dies at the age of 80. and on newsnight at 10.30pm, we'll go deeper behind the headlines and speak live to key players on today's big stories.

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and, how to defy climate change and rising flood waters — one brick at a time. and on newsnight at 10.30pm, we'll go deeper behind the headlines and speak live to key players on today's big stories. plus, a first look at tomorrow's front pages. good evening. there've been hundreds of flood alerts across england today, as heavy rain continued to batter parts of the country. and there are fears tonight the river trent, could come close to its highest water mark on record this century. a major incident has already been declared in nottinghamshire due to widespread flooding, caused by storm henk. the county council is urging residents in at risk areas to prepare in case they need to evacuate, with the environment agency at one stage issuing more

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the charity kidscompany, camila batmanghelidjh, has died. she was 61. double ten! and he finishes it on double ten! _ and britain's luke littler, atjust 16, makes history by reaching the final of the world darts championships. and on newsnight at 10.30pm, we'll go deeper behind the headlines and speak live to key players on today's big stories. plus, we'll take a first look at tomorrow's front pages. good evening. their escape was nothing short of a miracle, from a burning airliner which burst into flames after a collision at tokyo's haneda airport. 379 people were on board the japan airlines airbus a350, with just a handful

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support those bereaved relatives. we know that norfolk and suffolk nhs foundation trust is not able to do that because they are not even able to know which of their patients have died or even how they died. and so many of the bereaved relatives who are in contact with myself and to my co—author of the report have told us that, actually, they feel let down, they feel betrayed. but actually they feel betrayed. but actually they feel betrayed. but actually they feel that the life of their loved ones that didn't matter to the nhs. irate loved ones that didn't matter to the nhs. ~ ., ., nhs. we will leave it there and thank you _ nhs. we will leave it there and thank you very _ nhs. we will leave it there and thank you very much _ nhs. we will leave it there and thank you very much for - nhs. we will leave it there and thank you very much forjoining nhs. we will leave it there and i thank you very much forjoining us as a carrier campaigner and mental health campaigner in ipswich. viewers in the east of england can get more on this story on bbc look east at 6.30 today on bbc one, and nationwide on newsnight at 10.30 on bbc two. a bbc investigation has found that a critical report on a mental health the government says more than

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were reaching their peak, margaret writes that her care staff had just started wearing masks. the 20th of april. it's the first day for masks. and then, 21st of april — all wearing masks. on may the 4th, after a few days of feeling breathless, margaret again writes in her diary. oh, dear — the 4th of may. matron came — 10.30 to 10.45 — and shejust writes, "i have the virus." and that's her last entry. kind of hits you quite hard, really. margaret died in hospital on may the 14th. the following day, the health and social care secretary made this now well—known statement. right from the start, we've tried to throw a protective ring around our care homes. i felt that her care was completely lacking and, when i thought about it hard, i had to take it back

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the 20th of april. it's the first day for masks. and then, 21st of april — all wearing masks. on may the 4th, after a few days of feeling breathless, margaret again writes in her diary. oh, dear — the 11th of may. matron came — 10.30 to 10.45 — and shejust writes, "i have the virus." and that's her last entry. kind of hits you quite hard, really. margaret died in hospital on may the 14th. the following day, the health and social care secretary made this now well—known statement. right from the start, we've tried to throw a protective ring around our care homes. i felt that her care was completely lacking and, when i thought about it hard, i had to take it back to the government because, ultimately, we all put our trust and ourfaith in these

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