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US President-elect Donald Trump has said he wants to cut government costs by cancelling the order for new planes to carry the American president.

Six weeks ahead of taking office, he tweeted: "Boeing is building a brand new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion. Cancel order!"

The government has a contract with Boeing to build two or more new planes.

They would enter service around 2024.

Boeing shares fell more than 1% after the president-elect's tweet.

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An Islamic campaigner faces a brutal battle with the Government in the High Court later today as he attempts to regain Muslim's rights to freedom of speech.

Salman Butt, a Muslim issues campaigner from Slough, is seeking to have parts of the Home Office’s contentious Prevent strategy and the definition of extremism re-written because they “tarnish” the reputation of innocent individuals.

Described by the Government as a “non-violent extremist” who expresses views “contrary to British values”, the 31-year-old's name appeared within a Downing Street press release, focused on tackling extremism in universities and colleges which linked radicalisation in education institutions to high-profile terror plots.

During an interview with an Islamist website, Mr Butt said: “Many people will be eager to see the hidden and murky processes by which individuals are tarnished with the label of ‘extremist’, so these issues are forced into the open and to the scrutiny of the courts.”

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CAF Champions League winners, Mamelodi Sundowns arrived in Hong Kong this morning, before jetting off to Osaka to begin preparations.

The Brazilians departed Mzansi yesterday, December 5, to begin their prestigious FIFA Club World Cup campaign in Osaka, Japan. However, before arriving at their official destination, Masandawana have stopped in Hong Kong this morning.

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