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King Charles III Coins Revealed by Royal Mint | Newsround

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#Newsround #kingcharles #royalmint #coins Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 The new coins with King Charles' face on them have been revealed, with the new 50p coin due to enter general circulation within weeks. All other coins, from the 1p to the £2, will be available from the start of next year. The image looks slightly different to what we will be used to - not just because of the new figure, but also because King Charles is facing left the opposite way to his mother the Queen. The image shows him without a crown, which is also unlike the Queen. The full inscription surrounding the King's image reads "CHARLES III • D • G • REX • F • D • 5 POUNDS • 2022", shortened from Latin, which translates to "King Charles III, by the Grace of God, Defender of the Faith". The new coins and banknotes, featuring Charles' face, will be added to the ones we already have circulating. That means they will join the pool the money currently being used around in the UK. Charles replaces his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, to become the first king on British coins since 1952. But people will still be able to carry on using current money featuring the late Queen, so those 27 billion coins will still be accepted in shops. There will also be two new coins designs - on a 50p and a £5 coin - to celebrate the Queen, charting her journey from a young monarch to a long-standing head of state. A memorial coin range to commemorate the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth, including the £5 Crown, will be put on sale by The Royal Mint on Monday. The Royal Mint make all our coins, and update them when there's a new monarch, or every few years to keep them up to date. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

London Marathon happening THIS Weekend 🏃‍♀️ | Newsround

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#Newsround #londonmarathon #minimarathon Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 The London Marathon is a huge event which takes place on Sunday 2 October this year. Up to 50,000 runners are expected to take part in the 26.2 mile marathon. However, it's not just adults who have been getting involved. Lots of children have also been taking part in an event called the mini London marathon in schools including one primary school in Kingston, London. The students at the school have been using the mini marathon to raise money for an important cause. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Where did EMOJIS come from? | Newsround

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It's that time again, where we all give our dusty phones that much needed update. Good news with this one, we get new emoji. The new emoji have arrived as part of Apple's iOS14.5 update, and include a variety of new expressions and even more diversity. The update now allows users to customise races between couples in the couple emoji. Emoji are regulated by the Unicode Consortium, which is an independent body that oversees the creation of emoji . They approve the designs for each company, including Apple, Google, Samsung and Twitter who then go on to create their own versions of approved emoji. But where did emojis comes from and who invented them? Shanequa has been finding out... #Newsround #Emoji Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here: 🤍 Here we have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website. For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer: 🤍 For more news stories visit our website: 🤍

Hurricane Ian: Millions in Florida and Cuba Lose Power | Newsround

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#Newsround #hurricaneian #florida #cuba Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 The hurricane brought wind speeds of 150 miles per hour, flooding and damage to buildings and cars as it moved across the Caribbean to the United States yesterday, but it has now slowed down significantly. Hurricane Ian has left millions without power across the US state of Florida and the Caribbean country of Cuba. The storm was upgraded from Category 3 to Category 4 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale – a measure of how strong a hurricane is. On Wednesday, the wind reached speeds of up to 150 miles per hour along Florida’s south west coast, bringing flooding and damage to buildings and roads. There was a power outage across the entire country of Cuba, leaving 11 million without access to electricity. In Florida, more than 2.2 million households are also without power. US officials have said that blackouts will continue until the storm has passed and fixes to the network can be made. By 11pm in Florida (4am UK time), wind speeds were reported to have slowed a lot to 90 miles per hour. Hurricane Ian has now been downgraded to a category 1 storm, meaning it is not as strong or as dangerous as it was when it was category 4, but it is still a threat. This satellite image shows Hurricane Ian just off the coast of Cuba moving towards Florida. As a result of the stormy weather, Nasa has delayed a mission to the International Space Station. The crew were originally meant to launch from the east coast of Florida on Monday, but Nasa says this will now be pushed back to 4 October at the earliest. “Mission teams will continue to monitor the impacts of Ian on the Space Coast and Nasa's Kennedy Space Center in Florida and could adjust the launch date again, as necessary,” the American space agency said in a blog post. All Thursday's flights from Jacksonville International Airport have also been cancelled. The town of Fort Myers Beach was one of the worst affected areas in Florida. The area was almost completely underwater due to flooding, with cars seen floating by in the water. More than 2.5 million people in Florida were told to leave their homes and stock up on essential supplies. US President Joe Biden has warned Florida residents to stay safe and follow all warnings and advice from authorities. People have been moved to shelters in schools and other buildings to stay safe. Some schools in Florida have been forced to close and move their lessons online. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

NASA Spacecraft Crashes into Asteroid 🛰 | Newsround

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#Newsround #nasa #spacecraft #asteroid Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 US space agency Nasa has successfully crashed a spacecraft into an asteroid, to try to force it to go in a different direction. The test mission happened 11 million km (7 millions miles) away in space, on a target called Dimorphos. The asteroid isn't on a path to hit Earth and this test won't accidentally make it head this direction either. Nasa's aim is to find out if it is possible to change the course of an asteroid or space rock in case it is needed in the future. The space agency said they won't know if they've successfully managed to change the asteroid's course for a few weeks yet, but they're happy the crash worked according to their plan. What is an asteroid? An asteroid is a small rocky object that orbits the Sun These become meteors when they burn up in the Earth's atmosphere They come in lots of different sizes. Vesta is one of the biggest at 530km (330 miles) in diameter - that's bigger than the distance from London to Paris! Tom Statler from the Nasa Dart Mission said: "It is just a test, it is a test on an asteroid that is not a danger to Earth. There is nothing we can do to it to make it a danger to Earth. "We're doing it now when we don't have to in order to develop the capability to deflect an asteroid if we ever should need to in the future." Speaking about the mission, Dr Lori Glaze, the director of planetary science at the space agency, said: "We're embarking on a new era of humankind, an era in which we potentially have the capability to protect ourselves from something like a dangerous hazardous asteroid impact. What an amazing thing; we've never had that capability before." What is the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (Dart) mission? Nasa's Dart mission wants to see how difficult it would be to stop a big space rock from hitting Earth. It happened in the early hours of Tuesday morning UK time (27 September) far, far away from the Earth - so there's no need to worry! Lots of people watched the impact happen, and will be keeping an eye on what happens afterwards through huge telescopes, including the James Webb Space Telescope. Scientists think that the impact should change the speed of the rock which will then help to change the path it's travelling on. This is just a theory for now, which is why it's being put into action - to see whether the theory works! They're hoping the high-speed collision (around 20,000km/h) into the 150m-wide Dimorphos will change its orbit around a much larger asteroid, called Didymos, by just a few minutes every day. A small cube sat called LiciaCube has been following the mission from a safe distance, and will beam back the data over the next few days. In four years time, there will be a follow-up mission to Dart organised by the European Space Agency (Esa). This mission is known as Hera. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Climate change: YOUR QUESTIONS answered | Newsround

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We know climate change is a really important issue for lots of you - and a complicated and worrying one too. A recent report by the United Nations showed the challenges that humans face in dealing with it and warned that not enough is being done. We asked you to get in touch with YOUR questions about the report and climate change generally. Here's BBC science and environment correspondent Victoria Gill to answer them. #Newsround #ClimateEmergency Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Eurovision 2023: Liverpool or Glasgow? | Newsround #shorts

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#Newsround #eurovision #glasgow #liverpool #shorts Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 The list of cities in the running to host the Eurovision Song Contest has been narrowed down to the final two - Glasgow and Liverpool. This means the singing competition will definitely be held in either one or the other, after it was decided that they were the best options of all the cities that had put in bids to host. They were selected from an original list of seven UK locations, which included Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Sheffield. The BBC has said that both Glasgow and Liverpool had "the strongest overall offer" of the group, revealing that the winning city will be confirmed "within weeks". A total of twenty UK cities made a bid to host the international singing contest, after 2022 winners Ukraine were unable to host due to the ongoing war with Russia. As the UK came second in the 2022 Eurovision Song Contest, they were given the opportunity to host on behalf of Ukraine. This will be the first time the UK has hosted the competition since 1998! While the UK will be the location of the contest, the BBC is keen to emphasise that winners Ukraine will be a key part of the celebrations. BBC director general Tim Davie said the event would be "a true reflection of Ukrainian culture alongside showcasing the diversity of British music and creativity". The Eurovision Song Contest has been held every year since 1956. Last year it attracted 161 million viewers - that's more than two and a half times the entire population of the UK! The host city will need a venue that can hold up to 10,000 spectators - that's a lot of people! What do you think of the final two chosen cities? Which city do you think should host Eurovision? Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

How to make dinosaur poo! 💩 | Newsround

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#Newsround #dinosaur #dinosaurs #howto Have you ever wondered what life was like when dinosaurs roamed the planet? Well a new series takes a look back at late cretaceous age 66 million years ago, to see how dinosaurs lived in our seas, skies and on land. Presented by Sir David Attenborough, Prehistoric Planet series used CGI and even filmed in real-life locations to create the series and follow the lives of dinosaurs millions of years ago. The team Prehistoric Planet may have used CGI to create the dinosaurs, but what about their poo? Well, TV producer Paul Thompson came to Newsround HQ to teach Nina how the team made their own dino poo. The film crew wanted to show Deinocheirus, a huge herbivorous dinosaur that "would have been fantastic at distributing nutrients all over his habitat through his poo", according to Paul. This is hard to show, as Deinocheirus is extinct so the team created their own dino poo for the show. The made-up poo was created for a mix of brown sauce, peanut butter, water, marmite, seeds, spinach, chocolate sauce and wheat biscuits. The measurements are a bit flexible, but you mix them all together, blend and there you have it! With thanks to Apple TV. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

How does a tiger go to the DENTIST? | Newsround explains

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Tigers - they're majestic, powerful and have some pretty big teeth - but what happens when they get toothache? We went to visit Elton, a tiger at Woburn Safari Park, to see him get a check-up from a pretty special dentist. But the big question is - will he get a sticker for being brave? Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel! Here we have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. New videos released every week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website. For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer: 🤍 For more news stories visit our website: 🤍 Don't forget to subscribe - 🤍

Why are So Many Swimming Pools Closing? | Newsround

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#Newsround #swimmingpool #reports Summer is a time when lots of people are inspired to have a go at swimming to either learn a new skill, or cool off from the day's heat. However, there have been concerns raised about the number of swimming pools closing around the UK. Swimmers across the UK have lost access to 65 public pools in the last three years. The BBC found that between 2019 and 2022 one in six local authorities had seen at least one pool close, on either a permanent or temporary basis. The West Midlands and Scotland have seen the most closures, with the West Midlands being hit the hardest. The region saw the number of pools fall from 105 to 97, while in Scotland it decreased from 219 to 211. The pool closures have led to fears that opportunities for people to learn how to swim are becoming increasingly limited. Swimming pools in some areas have seen their doors shut for good, while others are currently closed for refurbishment, but with no fixed reopening date. There are also some pools which are now only available for private hire, or which can only be used by swimming clubs. When it comes to the pools which have remained open, many are also experiencing lifeguard shortages and problems with getting chlorine for the water. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Why are they SO SATISFYING? | POP ITS | Newsround

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Do you Pop It? Or should we drop it? Loads of us are popping it at the moment, with more 2.5 billion people watching Pop It videos on video sharing platform, TikTok. The Pop It has replaced the fidget spinner as the must-have item on playgrounds all over the UK. Watch Rickys report to find out why they've become so popular! #Newsround #PopIts #FidgetPoppers A Pop It is a fidget toy where users repeatedly pop dimples in and out - similar to bubble wrap. It's an endless cycle because, after you've popped out all of one side, you just flip it over and start popping again. The Pop It has become really popular on TikTok, with the hashtag #PopIt getting more than 2.5 billion views.Toy stores in the UK have taken note of the growing trend by buying millions of Pop Its for their shops. Hayley Dolman, senior buyer at The Works, told Newsround: "We've seen phenomenal sales, selling thousands every week." "We knew this would be a real trend even though our stores were closed at the start or the year. In early February we air freighted stock in." Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here: 🤍 Here we have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website. For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer: 🤍 For more news stories visit our website: 🤍

What is the COST OF LIVING Crisis? | Newsround

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#Newsround #CostOfLiving #Explainer #martinlewis We got the money saving expert Martin Lewis 🤍MoneySavingExpert.com to help us explain this! You've probably heard people talking about a 'cost of living' crisis and the problems it is causing recently. But what does it actually mean? Well, it's basically about the price of things around the world and how much money people have to spend on the things that they need - like food, fuel and family life. For a variety of reasons prices are going up and, although governments say they are trying to take action to make things easier, for many people it means that tough choices are having to be made about how to spend their money. Why are prices going up? The rising cost of things is known as inflation. That's when, over time, prices rise and how much you can buy with your money falls, so people demand to be paid more in wages, which means it costs companies more to pay people to make things, which then pushes up how much they cost to make and the prices rise... and so on. The effects can be seen in lots of things including rising energy prices, rising food prices, strikes by train staff, fuel protests by drivers and even problems at airports. It's not just happening in the UK, it's happening all around the world. Energy prices are a good example of this. Energy prices have an impact on pretty much everything - from heating homes, to transporting goods and keeping factories in production. When they rise, the costs of everything rises and those costs have been passed down to ordinary people's bills. The Resolution Foundation - an organisation which provides advice and ideas on improving living standards - is warning that the Ukraine conflict is making the situation even worse. "The crisis in Ukraine has increased both the scale of price rises, but also the degree of uncertainty about their levels and duration," the Foundation's report says. There have also been other shortages of goods like building materials and computer chips, which has created problems. Businesses are are passing on these extra costs - higher energy, petrol and transport bills - to customers. Since the coronavirus pandemic and the UK leaving the European Union, some companies have struggled to recruit people for certain jobs and they have offered higher wages to attract them - however, the cost of these increased wages has been passed down to the customer too. All of these factors play into the same result - prices going up. 'Struggles' People struggling with the soaring cost of living are cutting back on food and car journeys to save money, according to a BBC-commissioned survey in June 2022. More than half (56%) of the 4,011 people asked had bought fewer groceries, and the same proportion had skipped meals. Many people have cut spending on clothes and socialising too. So what's the problem? Well, as prices go up, not everyone's pay or benefits are going up at the same time or by the same amount. If someone's pay or benefits aren't going up at the same time as prices, then the money in their pocket doesn't go as far and buying things gets harder. The same also goes for places like schools who find the money they have to spend doesn't buy them as much stuff as it used to. The worry for governments and charities is that it means more people not being able to turn the heating on as much as they'd like, eat as healthily as they might, and having to go to charities or foodbanks for help. The UK's Office for National Statistics found that half of adults it surveyed said they had bought less food in the last fortnight due to higher prices. Asda and Tesco have also reported customers cutting back on how much they buy. What is being done to help? The UK government has made various announcements about the help it is offering but many charities say what's being done isn't enough to help those that need it most and there have been warnings that prices could keep rising. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

What happened on the day of the Queen's funeral? | Newsround

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#Newsround #cbbc #uknews #bbcnews Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Queen Elizabeth II was laid to rest on Monday 19 September, with funeral services taking place in Westminster Abbey and at Windsor. It took place 11 days after her death, with world leaders, the Royal Family and more than a million members of the public in London to say goodbye and pay their respects. Ricky and Shanequa were there following the events of the day at Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, as well as the service in Windsor. They also had the chance to speak to many of you who have come to take part in the historic day. Thousands of people, including world leaders and members of the Royal Family, came to Westminster Abbey on Monday to celebrate and reflect on the life of the Queen. People in London waited on the streets to watch her funeral procession. In the morning, guests started to arrive at Westminster Abbey for the funeral service. The building is more than 700 years old - it dates back to the 13th century. World leaders were invited to the service, including US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, and royal families from all over the world. Guests wore black as a mark of respect for the Queen, or special uniform if they were involved in the military. The Queen's coffin was taken through Westminster Abbey. On top of the coffin was her royal crown, and her special orb (the gold sphere with a cross on top) and sceptre (the golden staff next to it), which are hundreds of years old. The funeral was broadcast across the world from Westminster Abbey, with billions of people estimated to have watched coverage of the service. Brothers Prince William and Prince Harry followed behind the King into Westminster Abbey. The Queen was their Grandmother - and their dad King Charles made William the Prince of Wales when he became King. Prime Minister Liz Truss gave a special reading for the Queen. After the service, people sang "God Save the King", welcoming Charles in to his new role. He was made King when Queen Elizabeth died, on September 8th. Members of the public watched the service from outside, where it was shown on a large screen. Thousands of people waited on the streets in London to watch the procession go past after the funeral. After the service, the Queen's coffin was moved across London to Windsor Castle. The procession was lead by the army, the police, and the special royal guards. The guards have been watching the Queen's coffin during the lying-in-state in Westminster Hall, 24 hours a day. The Royal Family was in the procession, following in a car behind the hearse. A hearse is a special car which carries a coffin - it's taking the Queen to Windsor Castle. People lined the streets to wait for the procession to go past - some people waited overnight to get their spot. A special service, called a committal service, was held later in the day in St George's chapel in Windsor Castle. This is where the Queen is going to be buried, and her husband Prince Philip was buried here last year. Guests from the service in Westminster Abbey were taken to Windsor Castle in large coaches. Windsor Castle is nearly 1000 years old - it dates back to 1070. King Charles saluted as he entered Windsor Castle. He became King when Queen Elizabeth died on 8 September. The Queen's corgis - Muick and Sandy - were walked into the special service in St George's chapel. They were looked after by royal staff. After the service in Windsor Castle, the ceremony continued at a special service for Queen Elizabeth's close family, where she was buried. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

King Charles III: What can we expect from the new King? | Newsround

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#Newsround #uknews #bbcnews Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 The UK has a new monarch after Queen Elizabeth II died on 8 September, aged 96. From now on, the Queen's eldest son will be known as King Charles III. His wife Camilla becomes the Queen Consort, which is a term used for the spouse of the king. Queen Elizabeth II's reign was longer than any other British monarch, lasting 70 years. It means not much is known about what sort of King Charles will be, and what life will be like with him as the head of state. However, we do know about some big moments of his life that have taken place, which may give some insight into how things could be in the future. King Charles was born on 14 November 1948 at Buckingham Palace. He was the first child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh went on to have three other children after Charles. Princess Anne was born in 1950, Prince Andrew was born in 1960, and Prince Edward was born in 1964. The King's childhood was different to most people in the UK. From the moment he was born, he was one of the most famous people in the world, and it was expected that one day, he would be King. Charles' attended Cheam School, a boarding school in Berkshire, as a child. It was the same school his father had gone to when he was a young boy. He went on to study at Gordonstoun School in Elgin, Eastern Scotland, and then studied archaeology and anthropology before later switching over to history at Cambridge University. He also spent a term at Aberystwyth University. Charles became Prince of Wales at a ceremony in Caernarfon Castle in 1969. Prince of Wales is the title given to the next in line to the throne. 1981 saw a big moment in his life. He married Lady Diana Spencer at St Paul's Cathedral. She then became the Princess of Wales. Prince Charles and Princess Diana went on to have two children - Prince William, who was born in 1982, and Prince Harry, who was born in 1984. Charles wanted his two boys to have as normal a childhood as possible, something he felt he didn't really have himself. But then came a difficult period in his life. Prince Charles and his wife Princess Diana struggled with marital issues, and they decided to get divorced in 1996. However, that wasn't the only hardship to come. A tragedy that shocked the world followed, when Princess Diana died in a car crash in 1997 at the age of just 36. Despite the difficult moments in his life, there have also been positive ones too. Charles found happiness in his second marriage in 2005 to Camilla, who is now Queen Consort. Charles was also proud to see his two boys grow up, and have families of their own. Prince William married Catherine in 2011 and they have three children, while Harry married Meghan in 2018 and went on to have two children. However, recently, Charles has had a strained relationship with Harry, who is no longer an active member of the Royal Family. The King has always been passionate about issues such as the environment and climate change. Charles first spoke publicly about his concerns over pollution and plastics and their impact on the natural world in 1970 and was outspoken on these topics at a time when concerns over environmental issues were not widely accepted and were often ridiculed. "Global warming, climate change and the devastating loss of biodiversity are the greatest threats humanity has ever faced," Charles said at the time. In an interview in February last year, Charles spoke of protecting the natural world for future generations. "We know day by day, we are rapidly destroying the fabric of the natural world for ourselves, for our children and grandchildren," he said. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

WHO IS LIZ TRUSS? | NEWSROUND

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#Newsround #PrimeMinister #LizTruss Liz Truss has been chosen to become the next prime minister of the UK. This is all you need to know about the UK's next Prime Minister! She was voted for by members of the Conservative Party to replace Boris Johnson who stepped down as leader in July. Over 140,000 party members voted for either between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, with Truss winning by more than 20,000 votes. She will be the third woman to become UK prime minister, after Margaret Thatcher in 1979 and Theresa May in 2016, all three being Conservatives. "Friends and colleagues, thank you for putting your faith in me to lead our great Conservative party, the greatest political party on Earth," Ms Truss said following her win. "As your party leader, I intend to deliver what we promised those voters right across our great country." Liz Truss was born in Oxford in 1975 to her mum, a nurse, and father who was a maths teacher. At just seven years old, she played the UK's first female prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, at her school's mock general election. But she didn't have much luck and remembers: "I jumped at the chance and gave a heartfelt speech at the hustings, but ended up with zero votes. I didn't even vote for myself." As a child her family moved to Glasgow in Scotland and then to Leeds. She went to university in Oxford where she studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics. After studying she became an accountant, but then moved into politics becoming Member of Parliament for South West Norfolk in 2010. But Ms Truss started her political career as a Liberal Democrat, a different party, switching to join the Conservatives during her time at university. She also campaigned for the UK to stay part of the European Union but switched to supporting Brexit when a majority of people voted to leave the EU in 2020. Ms Truss went on to argue that Brexit provided an opportunity to "shake up the way things work". Her supporters say it is a good thing that someone can change their mind, but her critics say it shows that she hasn't got any strong beliefs. Foreign Secretary is one of the most important jobs in government - it is the person in charge of the UK's relationship with other countries. During her time in the job, Ms Truss aimed to change the Northern Ireland Protocol, which affects how goods pass between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK following the UK's exit - or Brexit - from the European Union. She wanted to make it easier for goods to pass between the UK and Northern Ireland, by scrapping parts of a deal that the UK government made with the EU in 2019. She was strongly criticised by the EU for this, saying that it was wrong for the UK government to change its mind so soon after reaching an agreement. Many people in Northern Ireland also want the protocol to stay. But others, particularly in the Conservative Party, supported Liz Truss' position. They argue that the protocol doesn't work and needs to be changed. As Foreign Secretary, Ms Truss helped to secure the release of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori - two British-Iranian nationals arrested and held in Iran. When Russia invaded Ukraine earlier this year, Truss reacted strongly, saying all of Vladimir Putin's armed forces should be forced out of Ukraine. But she then faced criticism going against government policy - by saying that she supported people from the UK who wanted to fight in the war for Ukraine. "I will deliver a bold plan to cut taxes and grow our economy. I will deliver on the energy crisis, dealing with people's energy bills, but also dealing with the long term issues we have on energy supply. And I will deliver on the National Health Service," she said after being appointed as the next prime minister. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Queen Elizabeth II's coffin arrives in London | Newsround

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WATCH FULL EPISODES 👉 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO CBBC 👉 🤍 Queen Elizabeth II died in Balmoral on 8 September, her coffin then travelled to Edinburgh where there was a solemn procession through the streets ending in a service of thanksgiving and a vigil at St Giles' Cathedral. Thousands of people lined the streets and queued through the night to show their respect to Her Majesty in Edinburgh and London. The Queen's coffin travelled in a special car, called a hearse, from Balmoral Castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh on 11 September. After being at Holyroodhouse overnight it was carried out to the hearse by Royal guards for the start of the procession. The car carrying the coffin drove very slowly out of the courtyard as people walked beside it. King Charles III and his brothers Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, and their sister Princess Anne, walked behind their mother's coffin. The procession made its way along the Royal Mile - one of the most famous streets in Edinburgh. Thousands of people lined the streets to get a glimpse of the coffin and take a picture as it went past. This girl was there to see the Queen's coffin pass by. She brought a Paddington Bear toy and a corgi toy with her. And there were some real corgis in the crowd too wearing cute neckerchiefs. The Queen loved animals and had several corgis. These people had a good view of the procession from their windows. The procession ended at St Giles' Cathedral where a service celebrating The Queen's life took place. British prime minister Liz Truss and Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon attended the service of thanksgiving for the Queen. King Charles III and his siblings led the vigil for their mother, the Queen, at St Giles Cathedral. King Charles' wife Camilla, who is now Queen Consort, attended the vigil. She wore a thistle broach. The thistle is the national flower of Scotland. People queued through the night to be able to see Her Majesty's coffin and show their respect for the late Queen. This is what people have been waiting for. Members of the public are able to walk past the Queen's coffin and see the King standing vigil. Her coffin will stay there until 5pm on 13 September so people will be able to pay their respects to her. The Queen's coffin is covered in a flag called the Royal Standard and the Crown of Scotland and a wreath of white flowers has been placed on top of it. These people wanted to see the Queen's coffin before it moved to London. After people had paid their respects in Edinburgh, the Queen's coffin was flown in a special RAF plane to London on 13 September. The plane was a special RAF C17 aircraft, also known as the Globemaster. Princess Anne, the Queen's daughter, travelled in the plane with the coffin. King Charles and Camilla, the Queen's consort, returned to Buckingham Palace with the Queen's coffin. Large crowds waited outside Buckingham Palace to see the Queen's coffin be driven past. It will be moved on Wednesday afternoon to Parliament's Westminster Hall, where the Queen will lie in state for four days before her funeral on 19 September. For more fun, CBBC games, shows, quizzes and great makes! 👉 🤍 #CBBC #newsround #bbcnews #uknews

TIKTOK Magician DAN RHODES tricks Martin! | Newsround

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🤍Dan Rhodes is one of the top young magicians in the UK with over 7 MILLION followers on TikTok and over 4.5 MILLION ON YOUTUBE. Martin caught up with him to see how good his sleight of hand really is... Martin REACTS to his first live magic card trick! It's fair to say, he was impressed! #Newsround #Magic #DanRhodes #TikTok Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

One of last letters from the Queen received by nine-year-old | Newsround

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#Newsround #cbbc #bbcnews #uknews #royalfamily Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Nine-year-old Lois has said she is "flabbergasted", after receiving one of the last cards sent by the Queen. Lois, who is from Hampshire, sent a poem to Queen Elizabeth II in June to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee this summer. She said the Queen "was like a grandma to all of us" and decided to write the poem because during "all of her years of reign she's done so many things" for everyone. The letter replying to Lois was sent from Buckingham Palace and the date on the envelope says Wednesday 7 September. Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral Castle on Thursday 8 September, aged 96. Lois told the BBC that she was "speechless" when she opened the letter and feels "happy that she has received a piece of history". Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

HAPPY 9th BIRTHDAY PRINCE GEORGE 🎉 | Official Photo | Newsround #Shorts

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#Newsround #PrinceGeorge #Birthday #Shorts It’s Prince George’s 9th birthday today and here is his official photo taken by the Duchess of Cambridge aka Kate Middleton. The Royal Family and his Great Grandma Queen Elizabeth II will be celebrating his birthday today. George is the son of Prince William.

How to Keep Your Pets Safe in the Hot Weather | Newsround

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#Newsround #Pets #Sun This how to tutorial video by Rory the Vet from Pets Factor tells you everything you need to know about keeping your pet safe in a heatwave. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Queen Elizabeth II Obituary | Newsround

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#Newsround #uknews Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has died at the age of 96. She spent 70 years on the throne, after being crowned on 2 June 1953, meaning she ruled Britain for longer than any other King or Queen in history. During her time as Queen, lots of things changed in Britain. But one thing that never changed was her strong sense of duty to the UK and the Commonwealth. Queen Elizabeth II will be remembered as a Queen who spent her life keeping the promise she made when she was first crowned - to serve her people and her country. Here, we take a look back at her extraordinary life. When Elizabeth was born in London on 21 April 1926, she wasn't actually supposed to be in line to become the Queen. Her uncle Edward was King, and the rules meant that if he had children, they would one day succeed him. However, when Elizabeth was 10 years old, her life changed forever. Edward gave up the throne and, on 12 May 1937, her father took over to become King George VI. This meant she would be Queen when he died. As a young princess, her life was dominated by World War Two. Her parents decided not to send her younger sister Margaret and her to another country for safety, but instead they lived out the war at Windsor Castle. It was living through these difficult years that her sense of public duty started to shine through. She helped to keep people's spirits up by broadcasting messages of hope. In 1940, she gave her first speech on the radio at the age of just 14. In it, she sent her best wishes to children who had been evacuated from Britain to keep them safe from the war. On her 21st birthday, she broadcast a message, saying: "I declare before you that my whole life - whether it be long or short - shall be devoted to your service." During this time, Princess Elizabeth had also fallen in love with Philip, Prince of Greece. They married on 20 November 1947 - two years after the war had ended - and huge crowds celebrated their wedding around the country. The couple received more than 2,500 wedding presents from all over the world and 10,000 telegrams of congratulations. They would go on to have four children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward. In the early 1950s - not long after she had married Philip - the King's health was not good. When Elizabeth was just 25, her father King George VI passed away and her life would change forever. When Elizabeth became Queen in 1952, she did not just become the Queen of Great Britain. A big part of her role was being head of a special group of countries called the Commonwealth, which includes Australia, India, Jamaica and Canada. At the start of her reign, just eight countries were part of this group. By the time she passed away, she had increased membership of the Commonwealth to 54 countries. Another part of her job was to offer guidance to politicians here in the UK. She used to meet with the prime minister every week to be consulted on the biggest issues of the time. Throughout her reign, she worked with 15 different prime ministers. As Head of State, though, she had to remain completely neutral when it came to politics, so you would never hear her give a political opinion about anything. She was also required to open Parliament every year - a very grand ceremony and one she considered to be very important. She only missed this event three times in her reign: in 1959 and 1963, as she was expecting children and in 2022 when she missed it for health reasons. Another annual duty was to deliver a Christmas message to the nation. She also held the titles of Head of the Armed Forces, and Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England. On top of all of this, she had links with more than 600 charities and organisations, which worked towards different goals. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

FG-ASUU Face Off, MPC Decision, Hurricane Ian Wreaks Havoc + More | News Round

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Biff And Chip Behind the Scenes | Newsround

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#Newsround Behind the Scenes of CBeebies latest show Biff and Chip, based on the best selling children's books. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Who is Vladimir Putin? | Newsround

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Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Vladimir Putin is the President of Russia, and has been the country's leader for more than 22 years. He has been in the news a lot recently because of his decision to invade the country of Ukraine. President Putin has led Russia for a long time, but he's quite a controversial figure and opinions about him are very divided - both in Russia and around the world. Some see him as a strong, charismatic leader who has worked hard to earn Russia a place alongside some of the most powerful countries in the world. Opinion polls in Russia often say how popular he is among his people. But critics think he leads by force, that he has taken away many people's freedom, and disagree with how he runs Russia and deals with world affairs. So, who is this leader? And why do so many people have such different opinions about him? We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world. We hope this explainer video helps you understand who he is more. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍 #Newsround #Russia #VladimirPutin #Putin #Ukraine #Conflict

Ukraine: What's happening to child refugees? | Newsround

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#Newsround #Ukraine #Russia #War #Refugees It's been more than two months since Russia invaded Ukraine and war in the country began. An estimated 11 million Ukrainian people have now left their homes, according to the United Nations. Some have moved to different areas in Ukraine, while others have fled to neighbouring countries like Poland - which has received the largest number of refugees. Newsround reporter Jenny has travelled to Poland to meet Ukrainian children and to hear their stories of escaping the ongoing conflict and their hopes for the future. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Happy News: Stories to make you SMILE | Newsround

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It's time for some HAPPY NEWS! Nazia has this week's happy news and it's fur-packed with cute animals, snow and cheeky antics! Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here: 🤍 Here we have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website. For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer: 🤍 For more news stories visit our website: 🤍

Friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man saving the city from grime! | Newsround

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#Newsround #EarthDay #EarthDay2022 #EarthDay22 #SpiderMan Jonathan Olakunle is no ordinary man... Since 2004, he has been on a tireless mission throughout the city of Osogbo in Nigeria, picking up litter, sweeping the streets and fighting grime! For a long time his efforts were ignored by the city - but since he started wearing a Spider-man costume - he's started to get all sorts of attention! Shanequa has been finding out more. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Astronaut Tim Peake Answers Questions About Space 🧑‍🚀 | Newsround

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#Newsround #astronaut #spacefacts Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Stories about the universe are interesting and exciting - but have you ever wondered why we actually go up to space? And if there are aliens out there, has anyone taught astronauts what to say if they meet them? We had some pretty big questions so we caught up with the UK's most famous spaceman - astronaut Tim Peake - to get some answers. The European Space Agency (ESA) is opening its doors to the astronauts of the future. For the first time in 11 years, they are asking people to apply for a job that's well, literally, out of this world! They want the next cohort of astronauts to be more diverse than ever before and are "strongly encouraging women to apply, because we are seeking to expand gender diversity in our ranks". Ricky spoke to Tim Peake - the first British astronaut to live on the International Space Station (ISS) - about what he and the team are looking for in future astronauts. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Back to School in Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 | Newsround

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#newsround #backtoschool #scotland It's back to school for millions of pupils in Scotland from today. In the coming weeks, it'll be the same if you live in Northern Ireland, Wales or England. Some of you will be heading back to see your friends and to catch up with teachers you already know in primary school, and some will be making the big step and moving on to secondary school. So from tips on starting at a new school, to the best lunch options, to whether you think your parents should share your uniform photo - Newsround has got all the info you need! Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Cost of Living Crisis: How Are Schools Helping Children? | Newsround

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#Newsround #costofliving #backtoschool #uknews Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Children going back to school have been telling Newsround how the cost of living crisis is affecting them. The cost of living crisis has been caused by the price of things going up, but the amount of money people are getting hasn't gone up as much. For many people it means they have to make tough choices on how to spend their money and what they need to cut back on. Sometimes it means cutting back on treats or extra activities and sometimes it means having to reduce how much they spend on things like food and fuel. Transport costs like petrol have also risen sharply. Gas and electricity has gone up as well as the cost of food, clothes and other goods and services. Children at one primary school in Dundee in Scotland told Newsround about the changes they have noticed. Like many families, some children have noticed this already. "Mum and dad are like 'put a jumper on because they can't turn on the heaters,'" said one. Another pupil said: "If we're going out we don't get dropped off, we get the bus because we don't want to waste all the petrol for school and stuff." "The internet prices have been going up and it's hard to pay," said another, with one child adding that they are only allowed to use the internet for a short amount of time. As there are a lot of children from families that are on lower incomes, this primary school in Dundee has already got a number of things in place to support its pupils. There is a trolley at the door with essential food items that parents and children can take home, and P7 pupils go round with toast every morning for kids who might have skipped breakfast. Recent research from the Child Poverty Action Group said school activities, school trips and non-uniform days can be a big strain on families because of costs. The primary school that Newsround visited avoids this with free school trips and activities. The headteacher at the school said everyone there is determined to make sure families get the help they need. "We have supported families with heating vouchers or things like onesies so the children are properly dressed for bed so it's warm," she said. The Scottish government told Newsround: "We know this is a worrying time and we're doing everything within our limited powers and finite budgets to help children, their parents and carers. However, most of the key policy levers are held by the UK Government and we continue to call on them to take urgent action." The UK government said it is working to reduce pressure on families. A Department for Education spokesperson said: "We know schools and families are facing increased cost pressures more broadly, which is why we are providing over £37 billion to help households with the greatest need and supporting families through the Household Support Fund." Worried about the cost of living crisis? If there have been changes to your life because there is less money it is okay to feel upset or overwhelmed. Understanding why things are changing can be helpful as well as knowing that lots of people are experiencing similar things. It maybe helpful to talk to a parent or guardian about it. If your health and wellbeing is being affected and you don't know who to talk to call Childline on 0800 1111 or visit 🤍childline.org.uk Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

The History of Pokémon | Newsround

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Pokémon turned 25 on 27 February! That's right it's been 25 years since Pikachu was first introduced in the world, and since then the series has grown to become one of the most successful gaming franchises of all time. In fact, to date, more than 368 million Pokémon video games have been sold worldwide! From the games, to the TV series and trading cards, Pokémon has had a huge influence on the world since it was created. We've been taking a look back at the history of Pokémon to see how it started and how much it's grown in 25 years. So, if you want to be a Pokémon Master... of knowledge... then take a look! #Newsround #Pokémon Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here: 🤍 Here we have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website. For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer: 🤍 For more news stories visit our website: 🤍

Mission to find 100-year-old shipwreck | Newsround

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#Newsround #Endurance #Shackleton Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 A team of scientists has set sail on a very special expedition to find the ship of polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton which sank in Antarctica more than a century ago. The ship called the Endurance was trapped under ice more than a hundred years ago, and now lies under around three kilometres of water. The team will face heavy sea ice, freezing temperatures and extreme weather in the hunt for the iconic ship. With footage courtesy of the British Film Institute National Archive. Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Advice if you're upset by news about the Ukraine war | Newsround

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WATCH FULL EPISODES 👉 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO CBBC 👉 🤍 Psychologist Laverne Antrobus tells her tips on what to do if you're upset by Ukraine war news. If you are upset by the news, it's important to know that you are not the only one and it's OK to have those feelings. You can rely on Newsround to tell you the important facts about a story - but some things you hear might be scary or make you feel worried. For more information head to the Newsround website: 🤍 At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website. For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer: 🤍 For more news stories visit our website: 🤍 For more fun, CBBC games, shows, quizzes and great makes! 👉 🤍 #CBBC #Advice #UkraineWar #Newsround

ENGLAND LIONESSES WIN EURO 2022!!! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 | Final Highlights and Fans React | Newsround

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England have beaten old rivals Germany 2-1 at the Euro 2022 final. The Lionesses played in front of a record crowd of 87,192 people at Wembley Stadium in London. The first half remained goalless but both teams scored in the second with substitute Ella Toone of England slotting home the first goal of the match followed by Germany's Lina Magull's equaliser in the 79th minute. It was only in extra time that a goal by sub Chloe Kelly secured the match for the Lionesses and, as the full time whistle blew, history was made! The reaction in the stadium was incredible as joyous England fans and players celebrated the historic win. Well done to all the England Lionesses team! 1 Mary Earps 2 Lucy Bronze 6 Millie Bright 8 Leah Williamson 3 Rachel Daly 10 Georgia Stanway 4 Keira Walsh 7 Beth Mead 14 Fran Kirby 11 Lauren Hemp 9 Ellen White Substitutes: 5 Alex Greenwood 12 Jessica Carter 13 Hannah Hampton 15 Demi Stokes 16 Jill Scott 17 Nikita Parris 18 Chloe Kelly 19 Bethany England 20 Ella Toone 21 Ellie Roebuck 22 Lotte Wubben-Moy 23 Alessia Russo #Euro2022Final #England #Lionesses #Newsround Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Young people across the World remember the Queen | Newsround

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WATCH FULL EPISODES 👉 🤍 SUBSCRIBE TO CBBC 👉 🤍 Thousands of people in London and Edinburgh have been queueing up to pay tribute to the Queen. She was not only the British monarch she was also an important figure for people in lots of other countries. Children from Australia, Ghana and Canada have explained what the Queen meant to them. For more fun, CBBC games, shows, quizzes and great makes! 👉 🤍 #CBBC #newsround #bbcnews #uknews #commonwealth

Why do seasons change the weather? | Newsround | Big Question

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This weeks Big Question is from Zayn, 7, from Reading, who asks: 'Why does the weather change when the season does?' BBC weather expert Owain Wyn Evans has the answer. For more answers to Big Questions click here to be taken to the Newsround website: 🤍 Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here: 🤍 Here we have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website. For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer: 🤍 For more news stories visit our website: 🤍

Minions: the Rise of Gru | Steve Carell Ask Me Anything | Newsround

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#Newsround #MinionsTheRiseOfGru #stevecarell Yes, STEVE CARELL from Minions the Rise of Gru is here doing an AMA from the Newsround viewers. Steve gets asked: What is your favourite Minion? What is the best thing about playing Gru? How would you compare your voicing of Gru from the first Despicable Me to this? Do you ever accidentally use your Gru voice when you're speaking to someone? Are you anything like your character? Have your kids seen Minions? How did you decide exactly how you wanted Gru to sound? Is it hard to speak in Gru's voice? Do you laugh when you say your lines? How has doing this film helped your mental health? How has being Gru changed your life? Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Please visit 🤍bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002 for tips about what to do if you are feeling sad about what you've seen, heard or read. We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

Downing Street Lockdown Party | Why are people talking about it? | Newsround

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#Newsround #10DowningStreet #PMQs Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 Prime Minister Boris Johnson will face questions from other politicians on Wednesday, after the claim that as many as 100 people were invited to an event in the Downing Street garden during the first lockdown. The BBC has been told the Prime Minister and his wife were among about 30 people who attended the gathering on 20 May 2020. Boris Johnson wouldn't say if he was there or not, as he says an investigation is underway. But why is it such a big problem for the PM? Jenny has been finding out more. Here's what you need to know. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

"My eyes start to burn" | Air Pollution in Delhi | Newsround

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#Newsround #ClimateChange #India Schools in Delhi, India, are to remain closed until further notice because of the high levels of air pollution in the city. Children told Newsround what it was like living there and how the air pollution had affected them. The smog has been really bad recently and has been caused by a combination of car and factory emissions, fires being used to clear farmers' fields and recent Divali celebrations. It has become a danger to people's health because of the toxic particles in the air hurting people's eyes and making it harder for them to breathe. The Air Quality Index (AQI) in Delhi is at hazardous levels, which means schools which had only recently opened after Covid-19 restrictions had to shut again on 15 November. All schools and colleges in the Indian capital city, Delhi, closed last week after worsening levels of air pollution. Health officials have asked people to not do any outdoor activity, to avoid getting ill. Welcome to the official BBC Newsround YouTube channel. Subscribe here ➡️.➡️ ➡️ 🤍 We have everything for an inquisitive mind – do you want to know what’s going on in the world? Complex stories explained in a way that makes sense to you? Well, you’re in the right place! At Newsround we bring you news stories which are affecting you and hear your opinion, the latest trends, movie reviews and what you’re doing to help each other and the environment. Want top tips on the latest video games? Want to know more about what’s going on in the world of sport and music? Then you’re in the right place. Why not sit back, enjoy and don’t forget to subscribe so you never miss one of our videos. To watch the daily bulletins head to the BBC iPlayer and to get involved with votes and have your say on a news story head over to the Newsround website ➡️ 🤍 For daily news bulletins visit the BBC iPlayer ➡️ 🤍

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