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21/09/2010

All the main news from the UK and around the world with Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden.

More than 200 deaths a year could be prevented if young drivers were banned from our roads at night or from carrying passengers of their own age, according to public health experts about to meet in London. Terry Jones tells us about the death of his 16 year old daughter Louise in a car driven by a newly qualified 18 year old in Ebbw Vale.

There are concerns over the readiness of the athletes' village at the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, with the opening ceremony just under a fortnight away. Team England calls for improvements.

And we meet the security guard who's just had his 52nd rejection letter - after applying to be manager of football sides including Manchester City, Millwall and Argentina.

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