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On Victoria Craig Good Morning I to Canada where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau narrowly won a second term in a bitterly fought election campaign Mr Trudeau swept to power four years ago promising quote sunny ways but this time around he failed to inspire as many voters he will lead a minority government after his Liberal Party failed to secure any seats in the country's economically frustrated Western prairie provinces including Saskatchewan Alberta the latter of which has struggled with low oil and gas prices and high unemployment for the last several years the BBC's Chris Buckler reports from Montreal they chanted Justin Trudeau's NAM victor in election that saw his reputation buttered and his political career threatened his Liberal Party no longer has a majority in parliament but he ruined means prime minister you are sending our liberal team back to work back to Ottawa with a clear mandate we I will make life more affordable we will continue to fight climate change we will get guns off our streets and we will keep investing in the loss of seats suggests some Canadians did it their fee it's shaken and Mysterio do was seen as the golden boy of Politics awesome multiculturalism in Canada for years ago in this election old pictures emerged with the space blacked up and the Conservative leader Andrew Scheer reaced quest enough to question about the prime minister's humbling over corruption scandal and that's why when we formed government I will hold a judicial inquiry into his scandal get to the bottom wii commence led to a chance that would probably on more appropriate at a rally for President Trump in Canada's near neighbor aw well we're GONNA get to the bottom of the scandal coming from the Conservatives we've seen a lot of like nasty campaigning a lot of like fear mongering and lies spreading and it's been something that's never really been seen quite like this before in Canadian politics so by really proud about how the liberals have handled that and taxes Mr Tito's supporters may see him as white lights but there are signs this election has left him scarred and my message tonight is that the strength of our democracy is not only Andrea she does concession speech was rudely interrupted on television by Mr Trudeau decided not dewitt to celebrate his success made a donation just so you know what you're seeing here this is very unusual visual normally procedure is to listen to one leader finish before the next begins that is not the case so a nasty campaign now develops into a state election night victory speech here we go the Conservatives did make gains and those who worked in the Liberal Party Campaign New Justin Trudeau count ignored that's the BBC's Chris Buckler Reporting Montreal there let's do the numbers back here in the UK the pound is down slightly as the prime minister hopes to persuade members the parliament today to approve his Brexit Bill in three days in order to leave the EU on the thirty first of this month but opposition parties say they need more time for proper scrutiny to the streets of Bolivia this morning where another election results favoring an incumbent is fueling discontent among citizens the South American nation isn't the only country experiencing rising levels of unrest in the last several months we've seen street protests breakout Ebanon Hong Kong even the UK Jacqueline Steck Lindbergh at the University Amsterdam says that's because the protest mentality of the nineteen sixties has made a comeback and this time it's fueled by deepening social divides these types off issues they are rooted in traditional social pitches in society between the haves and the half knots at Luna also Hong Kong is related to central and peripheral thirty so it is really about independence are the protesters learning from each other yes so in addition to getting inspired by others they also learn about the issues about what it is you can get really mad out take for instance the metoo movement or black lives matter but also in terms of how to protests what strategies work during the demonstrations people are in contact with each other before social media yeah death was really really hard but now they can come together or disperse at places that they know that the police is it's not now it's one thing for protesters to take to the streets to show their dissatisfaction on a range of issues and to push for change but is there any evidence that these protest US actually make a difference that there's anyone on the other side hearing that and an acting it's very very hard to single out defects of one Angle protest or campaign there is one researcher in the United States who in the eighties histories search showed at around thirty percent of the movements accomplished part of our goal or their goals so it is he's a rather effective way of citizens to influence politicians because the other way is via elections well in general they take four years and in elections in general about multiple issues so protests give you the opportunity to focus on one single issue that you deem important rather than waiting for the next elections Jacqueline van stickler from the view university in Amsterdam. Thank you thank you finally diamond. Giant beers is losing more or less term as customers increasingly consider lab-grown jewels quarter production is down fourteen percent do mine closures and weaker market demand in London. I'm Victoria Craig with the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service this marketplace podcast supported by Alpha Trader Alpha trader is a weekly investor focused podcast produced by seeking Alpha that will dive into the most impactful market news and set the stage for upcoming markets events hosted by Aaron Task Stephen Alpher every Tuesday new episodes include discussions with market experts on topics that are relevant active traders who are seeking Alpha."