The final of tennis's Davis Cup is to go ahead in the Belgium town of Ghent, despite a security alert in Brussels that has had the capital on lockdown for the last three days.
Security will be heightened during the event - which will see Britain play Belgium - with armed, undercover police sitting among the crowd.
ITV News correspondent Dan Rivers reports from Ghent.
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Walking round Brussels today is a bit like walking round a city on Christmas Day - it's a touch surreal.
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