5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Wednesday 6th November 2019
Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
06:20, 6th November 2019

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Wednesday 6th November 2019

5. A Boeing whistleblower has claimed that passengers on its 787 Dreamliner could be left without oxygen if the cabin were to suffer a sudden decompression.

John Barnett says tests suggest up to a quarter of the oxygen systems could be faulty and might not work when needed.

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4. U.S. imports from China have fallen by $53 billion through the first nine months of the year, compared with the same time period last year whilst U.S. exports to China are down $14.5 billion over the same time frame.

But on a relative basis, the U.S. losses look more severe: U.S. exports to China are down 15.5% compared with the same period a year ago, a bigger drop than the 13.5% fall for Chinese imports.

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3. Small British manufacturing firms are their most pessimistic since just after the Brexit referendum in 2016 as they face political uncertainty at home and trade wars abroad, according to The Confederation of British Industry.

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2. British new car registrations fell by 6.7% on the year to October according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

However alternatively fuelled vehicles reach record 9.9% market share.

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1. Campaigning in the general election will officially begin today, after Parliament was dissolved in the early hours of the morning.

Boris Johnson will see the Queen at Buckingham Palace later to mark the start of the election period in the run-up to the 12 December poll.

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