800 thousand federal workers here in the US will finally get some relief, after the longest government shutdown in the nation’s history. Well, at least temporarily. The Senate just passed a spending bill that will re-open federal agencies for the next three weeks. In that time, Democrats and Republicans will try and reach an agreement on the shutdown’s biggest sticking point – President Trump’s border wall with Mexico. But can we expect some sort of bi-partisan agreement? Our North America Correspondent Jon Brain has more.
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