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On the ground in Uganda, our reporters uncovered how Chinese telecom giant Huawei is providing surveillance tools that African governments use to stifle dissent. Video: Clément Bürge.

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Experts in the care sector are warning that the UK's new immigration rules will add to an existing crisis over recruiting staff to care for the elderly and disabled.

In England it's estimated there are already 112,000 job vacancies in care homes and home care.

From January 2021 the UK's new immigration rules mean that most overseas care workers will not earn enough to qualify for a work visa.

The government insists that care companies will be able to recruit enough people from within the UK.

Huw Edwards presents BBC News at Ten reporting by social affairs correspondent Alison Holt.
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Candace Cameron Bure is known as the "Queen of Christmas," but it's not just the movies that helped her earn that regal title. She's also partnered with the Salvation Army for their "Rescue Christmas" campaign to encourage people to donate online during a year with more people in need - and fewer of those iconic red kettles.
Congresswomen-elects Nicole Malliotakis and Rep. Michelle Steel discuss creating the 'Freedom Force' in order to take on the progressive 'Squad.'

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