Obama: US needs to spend more to create jobs

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President Obama tells our US sister show "Marketplace" the US needs to spend more on infrastructure to create jobs. And we hear how the BBC's Economics Editor, Robert Peston, fell foul of a ruling which allows people to ask search engines like Google to remove results related to their name or business. And it's that time of year when some half a million people head to Wimbledon for the annual tennis championships. A fair number of those visitors will eat the famous strawberries while they're there. Strawberries are big business in Britain - worth some $1.4 billion a year - so we sent our reporter Elizabeth Hotson to a farm in Kent to find out more.

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