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With many of us now accustomed to working from home, some dream of quitting the rat race altogether, for what they hope will be a simpler life in the country.
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From Brexit to coronavirus: Scotland’s changing political landscape - BBC Newsnight
As May 2021's Holyrood elections edge closer, how are Brexit and the pandemic playing into the changing Scottish political landscape?
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The difficulty of international Covid-19 comparisons - BBC Newsnight
As #Covid19 cases rise again, how can we compare figures internationally when no two countries have the same testing regime?
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Coronavirus: Lockdown child sexual abuse 'hidden by under-reporting' - BBC Newsnight
A significant drop in the number of child sexual abuse cases reported to police during lockdown masks the true extent of what's happened to vulnerable children, police chiefs say.
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Coronavirus: How are care homes gearing up for a potential rise in infections? – BBC Newsnight
After being hit so badly at the beginning of the Covid pandemic, how are care homes protecting themselves from the possibility of a second spike?
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UK Border tensions: Anti-immigration protests on the rise – BBC Newsnight
As increasing numbers of migrants attempt to reach the UK in small boats, anti-immigration protests targeting asylum seekers have begun to rise.
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A proposed law giving Boris Johnson's government the power to override parts of the Brexit agreement with the EU has passed its first hurdle in the Commons. Subscribe to our channel here: goo.
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Melania Trump has 'a transactional marriage', says ex-aide Stephanie Winston Wolkoff - BBC Newsnight
In her only UK broadcast interview, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff - Melania Trump’s former friend and aide - joins Newsnight's Kirsty Wark to discuss her relationship with the First Lady and her new
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Tory rebellion looms as PM imposes stricter Covid restrictions - BBC Newsnight
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said "we must act" to avoid another lockdown as virus cases rise in England.
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Children 'should be banned from unregulated care homes' - BBC Newsnight
The government should ban placing under-18s in care in unregulated homes amid concerns over sexual and criminal exploitation, the children's commissioner has exclusively told #Newsnight.
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Ex-US ambassador ‘does not regret’ Trump criticism - BBC Newsnight
In an exclusive interview the UK’s former Ambassador to the US, Sir Kim Darroch, tells Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis he does not regret criticising Donald Trump in briefings later leaked to the media
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Fake feedback: Sellers ‘using one-star reviews to harm rivals on Amazon’ - BBC Newsnight
Between September 5 and 6, Amazon removed 20,000 fake positive reviews from its platform, but it is fake one star reviews that are now thought to be the new front of feedback forgery.
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What happened to Boris Johnson’s ‘oven-ready’ Brexit deal? - BBC Newsnight
Is the government getting ready to tear up a treaty its already signed to get the Brexit it wants?
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HS2: Could a lasting shift towards home-working make it obsolete? - BBC Newsnight
As construction work on HS2 officially begins, are infrastructure projects like high speed rail the boost the economy needs or is it a relic from a pre-Covid era?
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Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid’s Tale and The Testaments, discusses her work, the upcoming US election and how Covid19 has changed us with BBC Newsnight’s Kirsty Wark.
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The Scottish government is to set out its plans for a second independence referendum in a draft bill at Holyrood.
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Coronavirus: Is mass testing the answer? - BBC Newsnight
Some say that if we're going to live with #Covid19 but reduce the chances of continued lockdowns, mass testing is critical. But how straightforward is it?
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Coronavirus: How much is it costing and who will pay? - BBC Newsnight
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has told Tory MPs there won’t be a “horror show of tax rises with no end in sight”, but with the UK cost of the pandemic already at approximately £190 billion, how does the
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Will Young sits down with Kirsty Wark to discuss 'gay shame', the impact it's had on his life and the release of his latest book, To Be a Gay Man.
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US Election 2020: Could law and order secure Trump a second term? - BBC Newsnight
As Donald Trump visits Kenosha, is he looking for a peaceful solution to racial violence or trying to sew division for political gain?
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600,000 leaseholders unable to sell homes with cladding - BBC Newsnight
New regulations brought in after the Grenfell tragedy require safety checks for thousands of buildings with cladding, but many of those who live inside are now struggling to sell their homes until
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Coronavirus: The 'reasonable worst case scenario' this winter - BBC Newsnight
A leaked government report suggests a "reasonable worst case scenario" of 85,000 deaths across the UK this winter due to Covid-19.
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When will Britain’s workers return to the office? - BBC Newsnight
As the British summer holiday draws to a close, next week students return to school in England but when will workers be back to the office?
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Who is accountable when things go wrong in government? - BBC Newsnight
The Department for Education’s permanent secretary, Jonathan Slater, has been sacked after the exams row, as the PM Boris Johnson calls for ‘fresh leadership’.
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US Election 2020: Can Trump unite America and win a second term? - BBC Newsnight
Voters in America will decide on 3 November whether Donald Trump remains in the White House for another four years. But what is the Republican strategy for President Trump’s re-election?
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Beirut explosion: Lebanon's generational divide - BBC Newsnight
The Beirut explosion, and the corruption believed to be behind it, reignited fury among the younger generation against its sectarian leaders. So will the port blast finally galvanise change?
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What will happen when the Chancellor turns off the furlough tap? - BBC Newsnight
France has extended its furlough scheme to 24 months and Germany is expected to follow suit.
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How are schools preparing to re-open in September? - BBC Newsnight
Boris Johnson has said the risk of contracting coronavirus at schools across the UK was ‘very small’. As schools re-open across the country, what's the safety plan for students and staff?
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On 4 August, a massive blast devastated the Beirut port area.
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Could there be a Covid surge in homelessness? - BBC Newsnight
The evictions ban will be lifted on 23 August in England, as Shelter warn nearly a quarter of a million people in England have fallen into rent arrears since March. Could we see a Covid surge in
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