Robert Mueller's collusion report goes to US Congress
Findings from Robert Mueller's two year investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia are expected to be given to Congress today. Special Counsel Robert Mueller submitted his report to the Attorney General William Barr late on Friday US time. Mr Barr will summarise the report and decide how much to share with Congress. In the course of the investigation, Mr Mueller and his team charged 34 people, including six former Trump aides and a dozen Russians. Our correspondent in Washington is Simon Marks.