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Six potash mines run by the state-owned Belaruskali company have stopped their operations. Henry Sanderson is metals and mining correspondent for the Financial Times, and discusses the financial implications of ongoing industrial action for Belarus's government revenues, as well as the impact it could have on global fertiliser supply. Also in the programme, in the latest round of escalating trade tensions, China is investigating whether Australia's wine producers are dumping their goods on the Chinese market. Tony Battaglene is chief executive of the industry body Australian Grape and Wine, and discusses the likely impact. We have a report examining the plight of migrant workers in the UK who have lost their jobs but don't qualify for state benefits. Plus, with night clubs remaining closed in many parts of the world as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we explore whether virtual reality club nights might offer a suitable alternative. James Foster manages the artists Koven, who are pioneers in the technology, and tells us what attendees can expect to see and hear, and we get wider context from Anna Conrad, digital editor at GQ magazine.