5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 14th January 2020
Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 14th January 2020

5. Indian born Microsoft boss Satya Nadella has spoken out about India's controversial new citizenship law.

The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has been criticised as it is seen as discriminating against Muslims.

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4. The US has reversed its decision to brand China a currency manipulator as the two countries prepare to wind down their trade war.

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3. The US has warned the British government it "would be madness" to use Huawei technology in the UK's 5G network.

A US delegation presented the UK with new evidence claiming to show security risks posed by using the Chinese firm.

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2. Britain’s economy grew at its weakest annual pace in more than seven years in November, raising expectations that the Bank of England will cut interest rates later this month.

Looking at the three months to November, which smoothes out some volatility, the economy grew by 0.1% versus poll forecasts for a 0.1% fall.

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1. The government is to consider cutting air passenger duty on all domestic flights as part of a plan to save regional airline Flybe from collapse.

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