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  • Government approves first new coal mine for thirty years
    A controversial coal mine in Cumbria has been approved by the government - despite concern from environmentalists that it undermines attempts to tackle climate change. Also on the programme: Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is promising new laws against strikes. And 25 people linked to the Reichsbürger movement are being held in Germany on suspicion of plotting to overthrow the government.
  • Michelle Mone takes leave of absence from House of Lords
    Conservative peer Michelle Mone is taking a leave of absence from the House of Lords with immediate effect. Baroness Mone is at the centre of controversy over her alleged links to a firm awarded £200m of PPE contracts. A Labour motion, calling for the documents to be produced, passed the Commons unopposed this evening. We hear from the chair of the Public Accounts Committee Meg Hillier. Also on the programme: Latvia has shut down an exiled Russian TV station - calling it a threat to national security. And we hear about the brutal murder of four university students in the small US town of Moscow in Idaho.
  • Haiti is in the grip of gang violence
    The UN says Haiti is on the verge of the abyss - we report from an island in the grip of horrific gang warfare. Also on the programme: Labour promises sweeping constitutional change, but will their proposals work?
  • More rail strikes announced after union meets Government
    Travellers are facing yet more disruption in the run-up to Christmas after unions announced further strikes affecting road and rail. Talks to avert industrial action are continuing. We hear from a union representing rail staff that met with the government today. Also on the programme: Health officials say six children in England and Wales are now known to have died after developing a severe form of the bacterial infection, Strep A. And with some two million roaming the streets of New York, do you have what it takes to be the city's chief rat catcher?
  • Cyril Ramaphosa under pressure over Farmgate scandal
    Also tonight: Spain investigates a series of letter bombs and a surprise choice for the greatest film of all time

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