Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Thursday 12 Dec 2019

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UK voters heading to polls Voters are choosing a new government today in the third general election in less than five years. The polls opened at 7am and will close at 10pm, with results to be announced early tomorrow morning. This is the first general election to be held in December for nearly 100 years and there are fears that wet and windy weather will reduce turnout.  Weinstein ‘will settle with more than 30 women for $25m’ A tentative deal has been reached between disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein and more than 30 women who say he assaulted them, according to The New York Times. If approved, the deal will see the women share a $25m (£19m) out-of-court settlement. Thepayouts would be made by insurance companies handling the bankruptcy ofWeinstein’s film studio and he would not have to admit any wrongdoing. New Zealand police to recover volcano bodies Police in New Zealand will make an attempt on Friday to recover the bodies of tourists killed in Monday’s volcanic eruption on

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