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Investigative reports, breaking news, politics, current affairs and entertainment updates. Plus a look at the Sunday papers. And after 11.00 Five Live Report Scams in the Sunshine State. With a UK/US exchange rate favouring Britons, thousands have bought property in Florida, only to be duped by rogue businessmen. Matthew Chapman reports. Five Live Report repeated at 7.30pm
Eleanor Oldroyd presents a busy afternoon of football that kicks off at 1.45pm with Everton v Reading.
Plus reports from Scotland on the important Scottish Premier League match between Hearts and Celtic. And from 4.00 full commentary on Newcastle's trip to Tottenham. Plus action from the latest round of rugby union's European Cup, reaction to Australia v New Zealand in Hobart. the latest one-day international cricket and news ahead of the World Championship darts final in Frimley Green.
Scams in the Sunshine State. With a UK/US exchange rate favouring Britons, thousands have bought property in Florida, only to be duped by rogue businessmen. Matthew Chapman reports. Producer Kirsteen Knight Repeated from 11am
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