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World Business Report

through businesses, and so our latest confidence index has predicted a recession, and when the us gets worried about recession, they start ratcheting back capital investment, hiring plans and everything else so this becomes a concern because it can actually create a recession by ratcheting back to the spending. the all of this is coming through in sort of a circularfashion here to coming through in sort of a circular fashion here to our projection that there will be a recession in the us by the end of 2022 and carried over into 2023. and you can see more of that interview on talking business with aaron heslehurst this weekend. you can catch that on the bbc news channel at 1530 on saturday here in the uk, and in the rest of the world on bbc world news. to asia now, and the heir to south korean tech giant samsung, jy lee, has received a presidential pardon for his bribery and embezzlement conviction. it will allow him to return to running the company.

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BBC News

wind across scotland, northern ireland, into northern england and the far north of wales into the early hours. temperatures generally sitting at an overnight low of eight celsius. tomorrow, a band of cloud sitting across northern england and north wales, bringing the odd, isolated shower. that slips south quickly, increasing cloud for a time but then sunny spells behind it. across scotland, northern ireland and northern england, some showers but fewer than today, remaining windy in the far north with temperatures at a maximum of 23 celsius. this is bbc news. i'm samantha simmonds. the headlines at 1530. six new claims of inappropriate behaviour by former deputy chief whip chris pincher have emerged — days after he was suspended as a tory mp, after allegations he groped two men. russia says it now controls the whole of the luhansk region

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World Business Report

we do — not months to clear even when we do eventually have a ceasefire and peace breaks out. we also — ceasefire and peace breaks out. we also know about ukraine and russia being major exporters of food to the rest of the world. just again for viewers around the world, just describe how important is the sea of azov for global trade and what are the concerns of this isn't resolved soon.— the concerns of this isn't resolved soon. ukraine and russia are _ resolved soon. ukraine and russia are of _ resolved soon. ukraine and russia are of course - resolved soon. ukraine and russia are of course but i russia are of course but ukraine _ russia are of course but ukraine is a major exporter of grain— ukraine is a major exporter of grain to — ukraine is a major exporter of grain to the world and they were — grain to the world and they were speaking to a contact recently _ were speaking to a contact recently and egypt and he was telling — recently and egypt and he was telling me that grain prices have — telling me that grain prices have quadrupled in the last few weeks — have quadrupled in the last few weeks so — have quadrupled in the last few weeks so it is clearly not being _ weeks so it is clearly not being able to get the grain out asa being able to get the grain out as a major problem going forward _ as a major problem going forward and you can see this playing — forward and you can see this playing out in the weeks and months _ playing out in the weeks and months ahead, the longer this goes _ months ahead, the longer this goes on. — months ahead, the longer this goes on, the more increasingly difficult — goes on, the more increasingly difficult it — goes on, the more increasingly difficult it is going to source those — difficult it is going to source those real supplies, particularly in the middle east and africa where there is an awful— and africa where there is an awful lot _ and africa where there is an awful lot of russian and ukrainian grain. and you can see more of that interview with guy platten, secretary general, international chamber of shipping, on "talking business with aaron heslehurst" this weekend on the bbc news channel at 1530

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BBC News-20220110-15:15:00

years and many broken promises this is an important and welcome step. and you can watch that statement from michael gove here on the news channel at 1530 this afternoon. the headlines on bbc news... novak djokovic says he's pleased and grateful that he's won his appeal against a decision to refuse him a visa to enter australia. he's now back on the tennis court ahead of the australian open. the housing secretary is to update mps on his plans to make builders pay for the removal of unsafe cladding from low—rise buildings in england. labour welcomes the move but says it's very late. the last seven years have been the hottest the world has ever seen according to new climate data. the prime minister, borisjohnson, says he welcomes a decision by virgin mobile 02, whose users will not face roaming charges this year. two of the uk's four biggest networks — ee and vodafone — are reintroducing roaming charges for customers travelling

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World Business Report-20220325-05:43:00

forwards over the coming couple of years, and to be honest with you, the price is right now are such that oil companies around the world are actually making pretty healthy profits. the actual operating costs of the facilities in canada are actually relatively low and so if we went back to normal levels that wouldn't be a problem but at the end of the day, we all know that oil has to go down. and viewers on bbc world news can see more of that interview with canada's natural resources ministerjonathan wilkinson. the first airing in the uk is on the bbc news channel at 1530 on sunday and in the rest of the world at 1230gmt on saturday. stay with us on bbc news, still to come: and as the adoption of electric vehicles take off, is the infrastruucture, keeping pace? applause

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FOX Friends First-20211220-10:51:00

>> it's a gift for their parents as well. >> my son, he wants to come and work. he loves to work. he'll tell you work, work, work. >> i got to witness the magic of navarro farms firsthand with my daughter, valentina. it's valentina's turn to meet santa. look, who is that? >> ho, ho, ho, merry christmas. you want santa to give you a present? >> she got a navarro farms. you guys are so sweet. thank you, santa. ho, ho, ho, merry christmas. >> hey, guys, that was just the most amazing experience. these are very god-centered people. they prayed for this to happen. i think that our viewers have more than exceeded their expectations. i mean, it was at 1530, now it's

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MTP Daily-20211119-18:49:00

>> it still goes on -- >> turn some of that. over here. see if i can throw him a question live. one second. >> yes. not at all. i mean, if they didn't convict the police officer for his dirty that shot my nephew in the back several times, we had hopes because this is a jury of 12. but when you have the guy who is presiding over the whole thing puts his hands on the scale and allows this young man to walk out, he gave him a pass. he didn't allow evidence in. if somebody said they were going to kill somebody with an ar-1530 days ago and they do it 30 days later, that's good evidence. if somebody shows the cowboy sign and goes into a bar at 17 and throws it up again, you know his ideology. they talk about harming african americans. they talk about harming minorities. and he acted it out. now, you tell us why he got a

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BBC News-20210926-10:20:00

into coalition talks. so it is going to be an exciting day today and potentially a lot of uncertainties over the next few weeks and possibly few months. over the next few weeks and possibly few months-— over the next few weeks and possibly few months. ., ,, , ., . few months. thank you, damien. well, we are going — few months. thank you, damien. well, we are going to — few months. thank you, damien. well, we are going to be _ few months. thank you, damien. well, we are going to be bringing _ few months. thank you, damien. well, we are going to be bringing you - few months. thank you, damien. well, we are going to be bringing you all- we are going to be bringing you all the live results and analysis in our german elections new special programme later on sunday. we will be live in berlin from 1530 gmt as germans vote to decide who will succeed angela merkel. detectives investigating the murder of sabina nessa arrested a have man on suspicion of murder. the london primary school teacher was attacked and murdered after going to meet a friend. 0ur correspondent gave me an update. she was walking to a local pub, thejourney update. she was walking to a local pub, the journey should update. she was walking to a local pub, thejourney should have update. she was walking to a local pub, the journey should have only taken five minutes but she never arrived. she was attacked in a nearby park. this morning here in london we had a statement from the metropolitan police, they say they've arrested a 38—year—old man on suspicion of her murder. he was detained in east sussex at about

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BBC News-20210926-11:17:00

country, they can go on. thank you very much indeed for that. we are going to be bringing you the results live. we will bring you analysis on these elections in a new special programme, that is coming up later in the day at 1530 gmt, live from berlin. that is help boss for london time. thank you, david. see you later. the deputy labour leader angela rayner has refused to apologise for describing consort to limit conservatives as scum. she made the comments at the party conference. she said she would only apologise if the prime minister apologise if the prime minister apologise for controversial comments he has made in the past. let's go to our political correspondent 22. —— helen catt. they were made at reception last night and she referred to conservative ministers as a bunch of scum, homophobic, racist, misogynistic. sir keir

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BBC News-20210926-02:10:00

we will be bringing the life results and analysis and our german elections news special on sunday. you canjoin roz adkins and his guests in berlin from 1530 hrs gmt as germans vote to decide who will succeed angela merkel. icelanders have also been voting in election that could see a record number of parties enter parliament. the new government is also likely to be a coalition, but analysts say that fracturing of ice on�*s political landscape could lead to lengthy talks on forming the new administration. the election campaign is focused on health care and environmental issues at the centreleft pushing for more funding. covid rules have been used in the netherlands with social distancing is no longer required and nightclubs can reopen for the first time since the pandemic. the corona pass will be required for access to catering and entertainment

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