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Tonight on BBC London News... news teams where you are.

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A warning from the London Stock Exchange over jobs in the City.

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Its boss claims tens of thousands will be lost

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But US firm Snapchat becomes the latest tech firm to expand

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But we reveal how some trains ran on time and almost empty.

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If the rumours are true, this is the 7:34am service to Victoria.

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He is famous and wants to end youth homelessness -

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Prince William on a London problem he wants to end.

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A tradition going back to medieval times -

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a ceremony to bless and even name the historic bells of

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Good evening and welcome to the programme, with me, Riz Lateef.

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First tonight - US company, Snapchat, has become the latest tech

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firm to pick London as the place to expand its operation.

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The messaging app plans to set up its European HQ here,

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delivering another vote of confidence for the capital

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But in sharp contrast, there's a warning from the head

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of the Stock Exchange over the possible loss of thousands

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of jobs in the finance sector because of Brexit uncertainty.

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Waiting, waiting, waiting, but patience is wearing thin. The man in

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charge of the London Stock Exchange has warned his customers simply

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would not wait and would move operations all of the Brexit

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uncertainty. Xavier was addressing the committee of MPs charged with

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scrutinising the Treasury today. He said more clarity was needed and

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quickly. What other arrangements can you quickly put in place? The

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regulators as well and the UK, the demand legitimately to know what

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preparations will be made so that the systemic impact of handling this

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transition requires that we do not wait until certainty is achieved, if

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indeed it is not at the final time that Article 50 is triggered. Banks

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has since issued warning since the Brexit report warning that jobs

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could chat to rival sectors across Europe. US banking giant JP Morgan

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warned 4000 jobs could go, Goldman Sachs said it could lose 2000 and

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HSBC said 1000 positions could be transferred from London to Paris.

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Clearly if Britain does not remain any single market and are not

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adequate transition provisions and long-term provisions, we will lose

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some jobs. We are keen to minimise that as far as is possible, as if at

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in the services industry. It sounds yet more like Project Fear. Those

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who campaign for Brexit have said claims of a negative impact upon the

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city have been exaggerated. The city is unique, that is why I do not

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think that jobs will go to Frankfurt or Paris because they do not have

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the back-up. We have a lot of expertise in the city over hundreds

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of years before the EU and that will continue and we are the largest

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financial sector in the world. The government has said it is determined

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that our country remains a great place to invest in and do business.

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For now, with the uncertainty, there is more waiting ahead before we know

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what Brexit Britain will look like. A view on the financial sector,

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but we've also heard today that in the tech sector,

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Snapchat has chosen London It comes after Facebook,

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Google and Apple last year announced A little earlier the BBC's

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Samira Hussain - based at the New York Stock Exchange -

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explained the significance Of the millions of active

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Snapchatters, ten million are in London, so there

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is an argument to be made for Snap making

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London its new international headquarters, but it is a departure

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from what American tech companies like Google,

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Facebook and Uber have done in the past, choosing to settle

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in places like Ireland or Luxembourg, where

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the tax rates are lower. But one only needs to look at Apple

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which has been slapped with a $14 billion tax bill

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by the European Commission to see that the decision by Snap to set up

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in London could pre-emptively save it from future

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criticisms of tax avoidance. Now, the next big move for the tech

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company is to go public, to begin trading on the stock market

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here in the US. Snap is valued at about $25 billion,

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making it the biggest tech flotation to happen

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in the US in years. In the Royal Academy where you can

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walk through, around and over artwork with a little help from one

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of these. So, yesterday commuters struggled

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into work because of a Tube strike. Today, industrial action on Southern

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rail services caused travel misery The first of three days

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of action due this week. But our reporter Marc Ashdown

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was on one of the handful of trains Another strike day,

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but here there is talk that one service will

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run this morning. This is the 7:34am

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service to Victoria. I am quite surprised it's

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running, but I'm glad it's Yeah, I'm not quite

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sure whether there's We've got a train straight

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through to Victoria. It is a bit of a shame they didn't

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publicise it better. It was listed on Southern's website,

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and the operator points out it was only able to offer

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a very limited service. Some are ditching

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the trains altogether. Just waiting for

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the coach to arrive. Scared of losing her new job

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at a charity, she's taking a coach. Slightly panicked by the fact

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that the driver just said that yesterday it took him four hours

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to get to London by coach. But it still might

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be better than this. The strike is having a knock-on

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effect on other commuter routes, like South West Trains' services

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through Clapham and Vauxhall. I've had to stay at my sister's,

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rather than staying at home. It's been a nightmare,

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and again tomorrow. I'm standing here thinking -

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how do I reorganise my calendar, so I don't have to go

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into the office? London Bridge, practically

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deserted today. I live in Liverpool,

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it was actually quicker coming from Liverpool to London,

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than it was to get from London Back on board the 7:34am mystery

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lone commuter train, This will frustrate those

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who weren't so lucky. It's hard to make out,

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but this is East Croydon Station, The train wasn't advertised to stop

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here, and Southern told us it wouldn't have been able to cope

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with the overcrowding. In a rare treat, it also arrived

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on time after a smooth ride. So, did the coach

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trip fare any better? 2.5 hours, then we've

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reached Fulham. Left home at 6:30am,

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three hours on the coach, three and a half hours later,

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almost quarter to 11, I'm at work. Strikes are always potluck,

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commuters will be chancing A good evening from Victoria

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Station, I am live through the power of a mobile phone and you can see

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the scene before me. More staff than commuters, this solitary train that

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is breathing this hour, this is the 1840 two Caterham. I think commuters

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have either decided to stay at home or take other routes. This is not

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particularly busy. Plenty of seats remain free. This unfortunately for

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commuters is going to be the story tomorrow as well as the strikes

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continue on Friday. Marc Ashdown, thank you very much,

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safe journey home. Let's cross to Westminster and our

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political editor Tim Donovan. With a further two days

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of strike action this week, are we any closer to any kind

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of agreement between the two sides? No, the position is entrenched, no

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movement, no meetings, no formal negotiations are planned, just a

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resumption of the conflict of words, if you like, the union Aslef again

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accusing Southern rail of insulting them and adopting an aggressive

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approach. Chris Grayling has called on the union to start talks again

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and he has said he is engaged each day in trying to resolve this

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dispute. And today the Labour leader

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was making clear his Yes, as well as being asked about

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his views on freedom of movement, Brexit, executive pay, he was asked

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who he supported here, the strikers or the company, he said he would be

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happy to stand on the picket line with Aslef people on strike. They

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seem to be more interested in protecting Southern rail, despite

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its appalling service and shortage of trains, short teams and

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overcrowding and all that goes with that and continuing allowing them to

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run the franchise. I would want that franchise got back into the public

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ownership and public sector because after all, we provide the railways

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and the teams and they make the profits from running them. That was

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a day after the Tube strike. Jeremy Corbyn was not asked if he would

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join the picket line in terms of that dispute but he was like the

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more cautious in his approach, he hoped that said it can's transport

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agency, Transport for London, would come up with more proposal pretty

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soon. Tim, from Westminster, many thanks.

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A DJ at a top London nightclub - who was stopped by the police -

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has told of his shock when a Met officer told him it was "fact" that

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black men in gangster clothes commit crimes.

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He filmed the exchange, which has now been viewed

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With more on this, our home affairs correspondent Nick Beake joins me.

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This DJ plays any club in Picadilly just round the corner from the key

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and a friend were pulled over by the police. He was making a promotional

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video and had attached a small video camera to the Bentley vehicle that

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they rented and this camera picked up the interaction with the police

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officer afterwards. The DJ has said he has not done anything wrong, he

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certainly was not arrested or cautioned, and in this clip we will

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see shortly, which he himself put onto the Internet after he had

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edited get-together, within it the police officer appears to justice by

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wily men have been pulled over. -- appears to justify why the men.

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The context, he was talking about the robberies that had been

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committed in the West End, he said it was not racist but it was a fact

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that the criminal profile of those carrying these types of attacks out

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our black people. So if you see a car dressed -- with black guys

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dressed in gangster type clothes, they will be getting stopped. We

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spoke to the DJ in question and he told us what he got when he heard

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that. It is not surprising

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at all because this has happened, I would say, over 30 times

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in the last year. But the thing is, this time,

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I have actually got footage of it, whereas before I would just sit

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there and tell a story, I would not say that everyone

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is racist, I do not play the racist card at all,

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but I just want awareness that this does happen

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because when you tell people, they might just think, "Oh, yeah,

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he is just playing the racist card," What have the Met Police said? We

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know that a senior officer has run the DJ to apologise and they have

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asked them if he wants to make an official complaint. He has said he

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does not want to do that and any statement of the Met have said it

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could understand why the video had caused what it calls frustration.

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They met also said the others involved will be spoken to explain

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the circumstances of what happened so that the force can fully

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understand the circumstances of what happened. Interestingly, in that

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video, one of those two officers were has said that he thinks that

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some people are scared to make these sorts of observations that he had

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made, but it is clear that he will be the one who will be explaining

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what exactly he said and what he meant by it and crucially, Wigley

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said that. OK, Nick, thank you very much for that, thank you.

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Kempton Racecourse in Surrey has been earmarked for possible

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closure in 2021 to make way for a housing redevelopment.

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The Jockey Club - which owns the site -

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believes the sale can raise ?100 million to

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The King George VI Chase - run every Boxing Day -

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The Duke of Cambridge has made no secret of his commitment to help

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combat homelessness among young people, which he's

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described as reaching "shameful" levels in the UK.

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Well, today Prince William visited a homeless shelter in west London

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to find out what more could be done to tackle the problem.

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Fun and games with the Duke of Cambridge, but the problem these

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young people face are far from a laughing matter. They are homeless,

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living in a shelter in Ealing and desperately trying to turn around

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their lives with the help of centrepoint. The youth homeless

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charity helps hundreds of vulnerable young people find work and the place

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to live. People like Ben who is rebuilding his life after becoming

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suicidal when he was thrown out of his family home. I found myself so

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for surfing, I stayed with friends and family but I had no apparent to

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stay. It came to a real head about February 2014 when I found myself

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with no one left to go and it got to the point where I was struggling

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with the possibility of wanting to commit suicide. It got to the point

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where I said I can either choose to do that or I can choose to get some

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help. That is when centrepoint stepped in and today, with his own

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place in the long, then has said he is a new man and planning to make a

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career at YouTube videos, something Prince William played a part in. He

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was just a genuinely nice guy, he came with no preconceptions of who

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we were, he treated us like human beings. Just as though we were one

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of his mates. He was a very nice guy, down to act, he talks to us and

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care. Ben is back on his feet but for the Duke, the fight is far from

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over, the next episode get the zombie books and hundreds more

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singing the same tune as Ben. Centrepoint afforded me the

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opportunity to de-stress, take stock and look at what I was good at, what

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I actually had to offer, to challenge myself, to meet some

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incredibly inspiring people, including the Duke of Cambridge, and

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to actually turn around and say, yes, this life is worth living.

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Still to come this Tuesday evening...

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I am in Brixton in south London with fans who have gathered one you want

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to celebrate the life of David Bowie. And by the historic bells of

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Southwark Cathedral are being blessed and even getting godparents.

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It may be more associated with traditional and contemporary

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art, but for the latest exhibition at the Royal Academy,

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you won't find many paints, clay, photography or unmade beds.

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But what you will need is a pair of virtual reality goggles.

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As our arts correspondent, Brenda Emmanus, explains.

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The Royal Academy, a place to spend hours wandering around admiring some

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of the greatest contemporary and traditional art.

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But this could be the future as the world-famous institutions

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invites visitors to embrace technology and view art

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Three artists from the Royal Academy schools who have a history

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of working in virtual reality, apps and multimedia,

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have been commissioned to create works that allow visitors

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to interact with their art via a special headset.

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I think what's happened with virtual technology is,

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is that it's changed the landscape of art irreversibly.

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I don't see virtual technology as replacing any of the traditional

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skill sets, I see it has extending them and adding to them.

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It's another tool in that great toolkit of opportunities.

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Each artist's virtual reality work and 3-D printed sculpture

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are presented side-by-side, and visitors can immerse

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themselves in this virtual world and go through,

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Josie is an office worker, who loves art, but has

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never experienced virtual reality, until now.

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I think it is like stepping into a painting, stepping

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Normally, art, you're not allowed to get near it or touch it,

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but actually you're in it and having your own

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It will be interesting to see how people react to it.

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Usually when you look at a work of art, you have your own personal

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reaction, this takes it to a whole new level.

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Along with the virtual reality films created by the artists

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are the world's first 3-D printed sculptures that present their work

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Did you find any limitations with the technology in terms

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of what you wanted to do as an artist?

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Yes, it's definitely really early days for the technology,

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Some things are quite basic, some of the functions

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and the software is changing week by week.

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But for me, that's really interesting to see something

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This project has proved a hot ticket and served the Academy's ambition

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to explore the fusion of art and technology.

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Exactly a year ago today, the music world was stunned

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Today, fans across the capital have been paying tribute to their idol -

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including at a mural dedicated to him in Brixton -

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Let's join Ayshea Buksh, who's there.

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All afternoon, fans have been coming to the sport in Brixton to pay their

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respects to David Bowie in many shapes and forms, some singing

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songs, others staring silently at the mural which has been created a

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few years ago. In front of it, some have put down flowers, candles,

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pawns, letters, all sorts of things, seeing how much they miss. I am

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joined by some of those fans tonight. Thank you for speaking to

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us, you are live on BBC London News. Why did you want to come down this

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evening? I wanted to gather with fans who loved him the same way that

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I did. Justice elevators life, really. Yes. What did he mean to

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you? Everything, he changed music, he inspired many of us, he made

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people realise they could be whatever they want and do whatever

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they want to do. You both look fantastic this evening. Why did you

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want to come to Brixton tonight? We wanted to celebrate his life and

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meet other fans and talk about what they felt about David Bowie and how

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much he changed people's lives. It is lovely meeting everyone. What did

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he mean to you? He was such an icon to our generation anyway that we

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have never seen before. He set an example that you could be an

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individual and not caring about what anyone else thinks, if you want to

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do something, you do it, because at the end of the day, it doesn't

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matter. He meant a lot, really. It helped me a lot with my own life,

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coming up with things, I was very confused about things but he makes

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you feel... Are no words! Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I will

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end on music happening behind this year. Back to you in the studio.

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-- there are no words. Thank you for that report. It is hard to believe

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it has been one year. Now to what the Dean

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of Southwark has described When the cathedral's historic bells

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are blessed ready to be re-hung And, in a tradition that dates

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back to medieval times, the bells are baptised,

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given names and even godparents. He says it sounds bizarre,

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but that it is significant, I'm The Very Reverend Andrew Nunn,

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I'm Dean of Southwark. I think one of the most important

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things about bells in this country that people really appreciate

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is the sound of joy that they make. And when people hear

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the sound of bells, I think We have a ring of 12

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bells here at Southwark. All bells need an MOT

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every 100 years to make The recasting and the re-engineering

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of parts of the bells only happens So this is a

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once-in-more-than-a-lifetime event, which is why it's such an exciting

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moment for the cathedral to go through, to see the bells all out,

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because they're hidden away. You hear the sound but people

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can't really see them. And there is an ancient tradition,

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a medieval tradition, really, that the bells

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are baptised, like babies. They are given names, they have

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godparents, they are anointed, We even got a christening

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cake for these bells. The names were given to bells

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and they were baptised I think The other bells, we thought,

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how could we dress them And we thought it would be

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beautiful if the river It looks as though they are

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floating on a bed of wool. I'm excited because the bells

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are an important part of our life because it's the bells that really

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say we're alive, come on in. That's always the message -

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come on in, the place is alive and open, as the bells are raised

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once more into the tower, we will have our voice back

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and be able to contribute Let's get a check on

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the weather, shall we? Yes, there is no any forecast, would

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you believe? Listen very carefully, there is a lot to get through in

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this forecast. -- there is snow on the way. The next few days will be

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quite interesting. That is because tomorrow, the temperatures will be

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dropping through the day and instead we will have a really better wind

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blowing from mid week onwards. That is the first thing you will notice.

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Snow in the forecast later this week. Let us begin with this

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evening, it is quite benign. A little bit of cloud around and that

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will fill in during the night, the breeze is picking up. Overall, quite

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a mild night, not too much to worry about. Temperatures

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will not fall much lower than five, 6 degrees. This rain looks

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innocuous, just a little drizzle for the morning rush hour but it is a

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cold front and as it goes through, the temperature will drop. We begin

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eight, nine, 10 degrees. As we go through the debris would expect

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those numbers to go up or stay the same but they will head downwards.

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Despite being some sunshine, temperatures dropped during the day

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tomorrow and numbers only the wind arrows will pick up. It will be a

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blustery end to the data model. The Met office is warning of snow on

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Thursday, a lot of uncertainty forecast that the moment but we

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could have a dusting of higher ground in the morning and

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potentially, something much more substantial in the afternoon and

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evening. Here is here is what is happening. Very difficult to

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forecast weather frontier. Any rain on that will come up against the

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already established cold error. It looks like it could create a little

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low pressure system here. They could get substantial snow on Thursday

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afternoon, it is worth watching because as I have said, very

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difficult to forecast this kind of thing. Best case scenario is this

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for Thursday, pretty much rain all day. One inch of it and temperatures

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only had 5 degrees, so really feeling quite unpleasant. We could

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have snow, we could have some strong winds as well, it will certainly

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feel cold and it will be wed on Thursday. Do not rule out showers on

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Friday and Saturday because of the strength of that went. Wrap up warm

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and keep an eye on the forecast. It is not often that you see rain is

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the best case scenario! Thank you for that.

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There's been a steep increase in the number of people arriving

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at A departments in England with mental health problems.

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The Labour leader has said the party is no longer wedded to freedom

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of movement once Britain leaves the EU.

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Jeremy Corbyn also said he was in favour of a wage cap

:27:18.:27:19.

US company Snapchat is set to setup it headquarters in London. The head

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of the London Stock Exchange thinks jobs could be lost head of the

:27:39.:27:39.

Brexit uncertainty. I'll be back later during

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the Ten O'clock News, but for now, from everyone on the team,

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have a lovely evening.

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