Protesters in Brazil decided promises from the President were not enough and so returned to the streets today.
Dilma Rousseff offered a referendum on political change plus better public services and an anti-corruption drive.
While that answers many of their demands, ITV News Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft reports on why the money being spent on the World Cup is still a bone of contention:
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