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spitfire's graceful lines. he began the project in 2006 and, bit by bit, from airframe to avionics, he and his wife, kay, spent 11 years making it down the years. down the years, steve did try and buy a spitfire, but was often outbid. one already made would cost between £2 million and £4 million. the civil aviation authority has cleared steve's plane to fly. it may be a replica, but this is one man's tribute to an iconic original. duncan kennedy, bbc news in hampshire. you have been watching newsday. a reminder of our american —— reminder of our main news. ukrainian president says troops are making rapid and powerful advances against russian forces. , , ., forces. it his nightly video address. _ forces. it his nightly video address, he _ forces. it his nightly video address, he asserted - forces. it his nightly video address, he asserted in i forces. it his nightly video | address, he asserted in the last week alone, dozens of settlements have been

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soon after reaching baidoa. he is buried here beside the family's makeshift camp. i cannot agree for my son. there is no time, she says. i need to find work and food to keep my other children alive. listening to her is 11—year—old son, the mention of his brother too much for him. one family among millions now wrestling with drought, war and our climate emergency. andrew harding, bbc news, baidoa, somalia. let's take a look at some other stories in the headlines. the uk prime minister will use a major speech on wednesday to defend her approach since taking office. liz truss is expected to say that whenever there is change, "there is disru ption". she is facing mounting pressure from some within her party over a refusal to commit to increasing benefits in line with inflation.

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jessica schneider on exactly what the former president's lawyers are asking for and perhaps significantly which justice they're asking. jessica, what more do we know about what the former president is seeking from the court? >> right now they've filed an emergency request at the court, anderson, even though they've waited two weeks after the 11th circuit ruled on this. now we're finding out that the justice department has one more week to file its response. trump's team here, they're asking for very limited relief. basically what they want is the special master to get access to these 100 classified documents that he's been blocked from reviewing ever since the 11th circuit ruled and crucially here, if the special master regained access, that would mean that trump's legal team would also get to see the classified documents. that's something they've long been angling for. what trump's team is arguing, they say the 11th circuit didn't have the jurisdiction to act when it did. now they want the supreme court to step in. notably, this request from trump's team does go directly to justice clarence thomas, but that's actually because he

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oversees all petitions that come in from the 11th circuit and it's likely here that justice thomas will refer this to the full court to decide this issue. but, you know, anderson, we've seen trump appeal to the supreme court several times in the last few years with little success. you know, it was just earlier this year that the justices allowed the january 6th select committee to get access to trump's white house records, notably justice thomas dissented from that. back in 2020 they ruled that he couldn't block his financial documents from prosecutors in new york. this was filed as an emergency order. the justices could potentially rule pretty quickly after the doj responds to this early next week on tuesday. >> what does it mean for the justice department's investigation, the handling of the documents? >> it won't have any effect because notably trump's team are not asking the supreme court to stop the doj from using the 100 classified documents. doj's probe should continue as

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documents from the archives, he's lost all those. this one looks set up to also be a loser, but i just want to caution, we just don't know and we haven't seen -- we haven't seen what will probably be several days of arguments unfolding on paper, at least. >> david, do you think this legal strategy by the former president is a delay tactic basically? >> yeah. i mean, anderson, you know, the president's famous for three ds. deny, delay and distract, right? this is delay. it's a -- the next step to the 11th circuit ruled. there's only one place to go. as joan points out, this is a very, very narrow, legal technical question in which his lawyers can make a straight-faced argument in front of the court without getting sanctioned and have a leg to stand on. but at the end of the day, as joan points out, the supreme court is probably not going to rule in his favor. you know, it's put up or shut

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up. listen, the district court judge, even if trump wins, if she gets access to these documents, she may not rule in his favor. she may not like what she sees. it may be all classified documents and may be very upset. even if it goes his way in the court here, it may not go his way ultimately. >> joan, how do you think the justice department is going to rule? >> they have dug in. it's laid out arguments over several chapters of this including, you know, to essentially support what the 11th circuit has done. i suspect what it's going to do is going to lift key passages from the 11th circuit's ruling saying, you know, look, this court thought it out. we're at a stage of the litigation that this is not time for the supreme court to intervene and essentially just replay its original arguments and the arguments that we saw from the 11th circuit which really, you know, point by point took apart key issues of the

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you meanfamine spreading? famine spreading. but drought is not the only challenge. somalia is at war. a long fight against an islamist insurgency is limiting access to many vulnerable communities. fatima 0mar managed to escape from the conflict but her ten—year—old son died of hunger soon after reaching baidoa. he is buried here beside the family's makeshift camp. "i cannot grieve for my son." "there is no time," she says. "i need to find work and food to keep my "other children alive." listening to her is her 11—year—old son. the mention of his brother is too much for him. 0ne family among millions are now wrestling with drought, war and our climate emergency. andrew harding, bbc news, baidoa, somalia. let's take a look at some other

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bobulinski came to them 11 days before the 2020 election that you could not get a witness more credible than he is. they knew that what he was saying was correct about the influence peddling scheme. >> thank you for saying that about his bravery. his courage gives the rest of us heart. i am grateful for that and for you. miranda divine, thank you. we are out of time. here is sean. i agree with both of you. very courageous on tony's part. great interview. tonight the biden administration is obsessed with racial inequality. , kamala harris remains locked into her belief that people of cover should receive florida hurricane relief funding first. kanye west meanwhile is calling black lives matter a scam. one prominent democrat is now re-upping her calls to defund and dismantle the police. but first tonight, we only have

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merely to let the special master review documents. but my question would be, how is the special master going to get documents if they don't give it to him? it's kind of convoluted. >> obviously the court can decide whether or not they want to take this up. they don't have to. clarence thomas has requested that the doj responds to trump's filing by 5:00 next tuesday. i mean, how do you think court is going to respond to this? >> i think they're going to respond by upholding the 11th circuit. trump has not had this sort of record of success with scotus as he thinks he deserves to have. this is legal technical issue that they don't rule on the basis of a cultural issue, religious beliefs. and remember, they're going up against an attorney general who's a former court of appeals judge, as well as the 11th circuit court of appeals. i think supreme court will uphold the 11th circuit. >> so myles, trump's team in this filing also talked about

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but it is too slow. the things we do now, we needed to do three months ago. so in reality, we are behind. i think something catastrophic will happen in this area. by catastrophic, you meanfamine spreading? famine spreading. but drought is not the only challenge. somalia is at war. a long fight against an islamist insurgency is limiting access to many vulnerable communities. fatima 0mar managed to escape from the conflict but her ten—year—old son died of hunger soon after reaching baidoa. he is buried here beside the family's makeshift camp. "i cannot grieve for my son." "there is no time," she says. "i need to find work and food to keep my "other children alive." listening to her is her 11—year—old son. the mention of his brother is too much for him. 0ne family among millions are now wrestling with drought, war and our climate emergency.

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