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video 18 December 2014 UK, France
Calais erects 12 mile steel fence to stop migrants - video

Authorities install a 12 mile long steel fence in Calais to tighten security and restrict migrants from trying to cross the Channel over to Britain, as the world marks International Migrants Day.

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video 17 December 2014 UK
Can e-cigarettes help you quit smoking? - video

A new study claims that using e-cigarettes can significantly help cigarette smokers quit, or at least cut down.

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video 17 December 2014 World, Japan
Snowstorm hits northern Japan - video

Heavy snow and damaging winds have battered Hokkaido in northern Japan. Up to 70cm of snow has fallen, with wind gusts around 80mph, cancelling 420 flights and leaving thousands without electricity.

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video 16 December 2014 UK, Scotland
'English votes for English laws' plans unveiled - video

The Commons leader, William Hague, spells out to MPs a series of options for meeting the prime minister's pledge of "English votes for English laws".

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video 16 December 2014 UK
Collapse of oil price 'net beneficial to UK' - video

Andrew Bailey, deputy governor of the Bank of England, tells Channel 4 News that a 45 per cent drop in oil prices is 'likely to strengthen growth in the UK economy.'

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video 15 December 2014 UK
James McAvoy: a question of class - video

Two stage revivals, both set in the 1970s but with relevance to the state of Britain today - Jon Snow talks to Ayub Khan Din, the writer of East is East, and actor James McAvoy.

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video 15 December 2014 UK
Care crisis: more young people homeless - video

Charities are warning that cuts to local council spending are leaving more and more 16 and 17-year-old youths homeless.

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video 15 December 2014 UK, United States
Torture: Guantanamo detainee 'beaten over 300 times' - video

Guantanamo detainee Shaker Aamer has information "that is devastatingly bad" for the George W Bush administration, says Clive Stafford Smith, founder of legal pressure group Reprieve.

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video 14 December 2014 Culture, United States
Tim Burton on Farage, feminism and the US dream - video

Director Tim Burton tells Jackie Long Nigel Farage "should live in the 1950s", for suggesting women breastfeeding in public to "perhaps sit a corner", as he discusses his new 'feminist' film Big Eyes.

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