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6 Feb, 2016 08:36

Brexit support swells, US jobs numbers disappoint

A new UK poll shows that the number of people supporting an exit from the European Union is now larger than those that want Britain to stay in! And in the US new employment numbers show a disappointing January, with only 151,000 jobs being added. Ameera David has the details. RT Correspondent Simone Del Rosario joins with the latest on Volkswagen’s financial troubles caused by the still unfolding emissions scandal. Bianca Facchinei reports on the skyrocketing levels of student debt facing young American college-goers.

After the break, Lynn Parramore, a columnist for Reuters, Al Jazeera America, and the Huffington Post, talks with Ameera about the disagreement among economists on what is behind the record levels of income and wealth inequality. And finally, in The Big Deal, RT Correspondent Manuel Rapalo sits down to dissect Thursday night’s heated Democratic debate between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.

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