Airport security

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    Video caption: Will thermal cameras help to end the lockdown?

    Thermal cameras can spot people with a temperature. Will they help to end the lockdown?

  2. Dogs being trained to sniff for coronavirus at airports

    BBC Radio 4

    Dogs are being trained to detect coronavirus in passengers arriving at UK airports once the lockdown has been lifted.

    The Medical Detection Dogs charity, based in Milton Keynes, said its animals have previously been used to find cancer and malaria in patients.

    Dr Claire Guest, from the charity, said: "You walk through and as you do a dog is sniffing each person in turn. It takes 0.5 seconds, the dog quickly identifies which people need a test and need to go into isolation to prevent the further spread around the UK."

    Dogs being trained to sniff for coronavirus
  3. Profiling, Safety and Trust

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    Video caption: Live debate examining the moral issues behind one of the week's news stories.

    Combative, provocative and engaging live debate chaired by Michael Buerk. With Mona Siddiqui, Anne McElvoy, Andrew Doyle and Tim Stanley. #moralmaze

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    Video caption: Airport catering truck spins out of control

    A worker had to intervene after a catering truck lost control at O'Hare International airport in Chicago.

  5. Does tighter airport security infringe staff privacy?

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    Video caption: When Dublin Airport increased video surveillance amid rising theft staff went on strike

    When Dublin Airport increased video surveillance amid rising theft staff went on strike