BBC News at One (Thursday 22nd July 2010) – Part 1

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Here then is Sophie Raworth presenting the BBC’s One O’clock news.
Headlines:
The death of the G20 protest Ian Tomlinson who died in April 2009
Two British servicemen killed in Afghanistan
The BNP leader Nick Griffin will not participate at the Buckingham Palace garden party
BBC undercover investigation about veterinary surgeons
Treasure hunter found some roman coins in a Somerset field
Another historic day of the international cricket, Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan claims his 800th wicket for the final ball of his test career.
Nick Miller has the weather
(C) BBC, 2010
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