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The competition heads to Peterborough, where Charlie Ross ignores his own advice and the red team fails to pay heed to Thomas Plant's words of wisdom.

Meanwhile, Tim Wonnacott travels to Exeter, where he visits the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (subtitles) (repeat)Jules Hudson helps a couple with a £600,000 budget search for a country home in Dorset with the potential to generate income.

The findings will fuel concern about immigration to the United Kingdom which is still running at near record levels despite falls in the past year.

Theresa May has promised to cut immigration to 'sustainable' levels, ensuring the number of arrivals is in the tens of thousands.

Now, I suppose, it is we who have regular elections based on lies.

So maybe Trump and the Arab autocrats will get on rather well.

The study found that asylum applications in the UK fell by 7 per cent to 30,600 last year, the first drop since 2010.

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