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Whilst Nigeria has reopened airspace to some airlines many including KLM are still banned. Yemi Dada is a civil aviation consultant who tells us how Nigerians are responding to the latest changes. Also in the programme, it's reported that the UK government is planning legislation that would override the legality of the withdrawal agreement signed as part of the Brexit process, in preparation for the possibility of no deal being reached on a future free trade agreement. Russ Mould of investment analysts AJ Bell considers whether businesses on both sides are prepared for a potential no deal scenario. Thousands of online shoppers in the US have been sent unsolicited packets of seeds in the mail, mostly from China. The online retailer Amazon has now banned foreign sales of seeds in the US, as the BBC's Zoe Kleinman explains. And we get further context from Dr Lisa Ward, of the Royal Horticultural Society. The BBC's Tamasin Ford reports on the challenges faced by older people in the workforce. Plus, our regular workplace commentator, Pilita Clark, considers the art of learning to say no in the office.