Bristol's first Repair Cafe Nigerian migrants: Why are numbers to Europe 2 days ago   01:48

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Bristol's first Repair Cafe is five years old.

It is a place where people bring their broken things and volunteer fixers will try to mend them for free to stop it from going to landfill.

The founder, Kate Jerrold, has been campaigning all this time for Bristol Waste to take more action on promoting re-use or repair and her persistence has paid off.

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alan bodifa
good idea
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Melano Senserio
I hope that the whole world do that
that's helpful for everyone's happiness
Calon TK
See more news
Moonshine Buck
Always remember the BBC covered up child abuse, protected and employed pedophiles and are more than likely still doing it!
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Michael Haddleton
What is the purpose of the silly music?
Andrew Babbitt
That’s awesome! Good for them!!
Сергей М
Отличная идея! Молодцы))
Brad the Pitts
Brilliant - can I bring my torn trousers?
Billy b
I got a brand new lawn mower someone got me from a recycling centerXD
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Beinvenu des amis coonte
Danny Richie
Now can they do what we all want and create giant mechs
Weird how it doesn't say this network is funded by the UK government. It's simply a "public service".
a like how they interviewed a black person, it gave the news report a personality.
Trent Montgomery
Read the interpretations of the word fairness in Hebrew, the only one I accept is hairut. There'S like 6 of them and they homonate strangely in English.
Karl Buck
Good idea; weird music.
Amanda Bruney
Need more places like this in America
Straight Outta Markarth
Stephen Merchant would love this.
joshua turner
Hope they all have tv licences
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Nigerian migrants: Why are numbers to Europe Bristol's first Repair Cafe 2 days ago   02:19

From a peak in 2016, the number of Nigerians successfully reaching Italy across the Mediterranean has dropped significantly. Many are them are being repatriated to Nigeria or held in detention centres in Libya. Reality Check investigates these changing migration patterns.

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