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Anglo/Polish business post Brexit

Paul Walker

BBC Radio Sheffield

The Federation for Small Businesses in South Yorkshire has held its first Anglo-Polish conference to help promote the links between the two countries after Brexit.

Cutlers Hall in Sheffield was the venue for the meeting and Polish entrepreneurs who are based locally attended to network and share their views on what business might look like in the future:

The organiser of the conference was Marek Niedzwiedz, who told me just how important the link between the UK and Poland is for business:

Jacob Murphy on course to keep his starting place for England U21's

Jack Reeve

BBC Radio Norfolk sport

Norwich City's Jacob Murphy is on course to start for England U21s as they take on Slovakia U21s in the Euro U21 Championships this evening.

Murphy started the Young Lions first game against Sweden U21s, but was substituted after 70 minutes for Leicester City's Demarai Gray. The game ended 0-0.

Jacob Murphy in action for England U21's
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Jacob Murphy in action for England U21's

As well as Murphy, Norwich's new recruit Angus Gunn is also in the squad which has travelled to Poland for the tournament.

However, Gunn finds himself behind £30m man Jordan Pickford so will have to rely on injury or suspension if he's to start.

The game gets under way at 17:00 BST.

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