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Police investigate a spate of anti-Semitic attacks

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Holocaust survivors give their reaction to the rise in hate crimes.

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that I really have no words to express it.

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The Met says it is increasing patrols ahead

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I am flying to Luxembourg but I have been told we are being transported

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to Stansted by bus. After fog grounds hundreds

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of flights, a warning of We'll bring you the latest as the

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capital is issued with its highest Do you think the cost of restoring

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the Houses of Parliament We reveal the findings

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of a new poll. And capturing the memorable moments

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of 2016, a new exhibition shows the year in images taken

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by professional photographers. Good evening, welcome to programme

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with me, Riz Lateef. "This won't be tolerated" -

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the words of the Mayor of London about the rise in anti-Semitic crime

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here in the capital. He was speaking at

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a special ceremony ahead of It comes after a string

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of hate crimes in North London Sadiq Khan has told BBC London

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police are stepping up More from our Home Affairs

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Correspondent, Nick Beake. Although seven decades may have

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passed since the horror of the Holocaust, for some, the memories

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are still vivid. Many, the pain is still raw. At City Hall, the

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remembered the victims. But the Mayor is among those worried that

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today in 2017, in this city, people are being targeted just because they

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Jewish. This brick with a swastika emblem was hurled through the window

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of a family in North West London this weekend, one of four

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anti-Semitic attacks. We have zero tolerance towards hate crime. The

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police are looking at CCTV footage, they are speaking to Jewish

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communities to reassure them, we are taking this very seriously and we

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will get to the bottom of it. On Friday afternoon the police

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discovered anti-Semitic graffiti and one port of Edgware. Hours later, a

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woman was -- one part. A woman was out. Down the road a few hours

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later, a swastika was drawn on the window. One group which tries to

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tackle Jewish hate crime thinks abuse online is going unpunished and

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leading to more persecution on the streets. Today, social media is a

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cauldron of which the current wave of anti-Semitic hatred is being

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brewed. Social media has been wonderful in many respects, but it

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has also given voice to many people who want to promote all manner of

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anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. The Met say they have not seen the

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evidence yet to prove these latest incidents are linked, but say it is

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of huge concern the Jewish committee is being targeted in this way. But

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anti-Semitic as well as Islamophobic incidents the increase. -- the

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Jewish committee -- Jewish community forced back at City Hall, Mala

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Tribich lit a memorial candle. As someone who escaped the Nazis in the

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1940s, she is deeply saddened by this we can's events. It is like a

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stab in my heart. Because I have seen a lot of anti-Semitism and I

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have seen the result of it, people have witnessed the Holocaust. Also

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this weekend, an advert on the tube for a film about Holocaust denial

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was defaced. So far no one has been arrested over any of these

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incidents. The capital's been issued

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with its first "very high" pollution alert,

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under a new system for warning It comes on the same day that London

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was shrouded in fog, forcing the cancellation

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of hundreds of flights. First, let's get the latest

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on that pollution warning. Our Environment Correspondent,

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Tom Edwards, is in Central London. Just how bad is it? Well, today we

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got the very first mayoral a lot of very high levels of pollution, and

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the reasons behind that are interesting because what we have got

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at the moment is low wind levels, so it does not disperse the vehicle

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emissions, but also we have got very high levels of domestic wood

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burning, extremely unusual, and in a tweak to the Sadiq Khan said

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everyone from the most vulnerable to the physically fit may need to

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reduce physical exertion. -- to eat. He also implored people to use

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public transport. He is trying to tackle pollution through policies

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like the ultralow emissions zone, but campaigners are saying he is not

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going far enough, he should do things like banning diesel

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completely. Aside from pollution, fog has been causing problems as

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well? Yes, lots of disruption at London's airports, Gatwick, London

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city and Heathrow, hundreds of flights were cancelled today, the

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bad news is that we might get more of the same tomorrow.

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This was sitting up this morning as thick fog disrupted many flights. --

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City Airport. Passengers were bussed to other airports to get flights. I

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am flying to Luxembourg, my flight was at eight o'clock but I have been

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told we are being transported to Stansted by bus. I suppose everyone

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is in the same boat with beef fog outside, cannot be helped. I suppose

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everyone is frustrated. Elliott Ward said it had to cancel flights as air

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traffic controllers need to leave more space between planes. --

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Peterborough said. The runway here, you might be able to make out a few

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of the runway lights in the distance, it is now just after 11

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o'clock in the morning and the fog is still bad. Thames Clippers could

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not run at all first thing, this was the view from the DL are in East

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London. This was Heathrow, which is that suffered thick fog. It had to

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cancel 100 flights, but it percent in total. City Airport had to cancel

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65, about 25%. At Gatwick, flights were also disrupted. One BBC

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reporter was stuck on a plane for over two hours as passengers changed

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their minds about going to Belfast. This flight is now two and a half

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hours late and is still nowhere near to taking off. The problems started

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with the fog, which delayed the flight by two hours, but then as

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passengers decided they wanted to get off, presumably because it was

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not worth making the journey, Gatwick seems to have fun they do

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not have the staff to escort passengers back to the terminal, so

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there are further delays, so more passengers want to get off the

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plane, so there are further delays, and at the moment, no sign of

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departing whatsoever. The weather improved during the afternoon,

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allowing more flights, but more fog is forecast for tomorrow morning.

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This could again cause problems in the capital's airports.

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Coming up later... I will be live outside the Houses of

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Parliament, which is in need of billions of pounds of urgent

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repairs. But one in four voters say they do not think it is worth it,

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they think they should be sold off or knocked down altogether.

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Some news coming in, reports of an expulsion at a block of flats in

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Hornchurch. Firefighters and the London Ambulance Service are

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currently at the scene, we understand. Let's get more from our

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reporter, who joins me now. What are we hearing? It is an evolving

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situation, we are getting information through to us. We have

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had a police statement and we know that there were called to a block of

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flats in Hornchurch just after five o'clock after reports of an

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explosion. There are London firefighters at the scene, with ten

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appliances, also the London Ambulance Service, as well as police

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officers. We do not yet know if anyone is injured, or watch the

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situation on the ground is, we are still getting that information. At

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this stage, officers have said it is too early to confirm the cause of

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the explosion, with enquiries are under way. Residents are in the

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process of being evacuated from the building, local road closure is in

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peace, specifically the Aone to seven, because debris have been

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blown on the road. -- the A127. Motorists are being asked to avoid

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the area. We will have more in our late bulletin. An evolving

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situation, thank you for that. Police have issued a warning to time

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wasters after footage of a Bridge. The man posted a video online after

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bringing traffic to a halt on the bridge. He has previously posted

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clips of himself roofed topping and other famous locations across the

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capital. Police are stepping up an appeal

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for a man they want to speak to in connection to a sex attack

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on a 12-year-old girl. They're hoping releasing this image

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could help their investigation. It happened when the schoolgirl

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was out jogging on Carshalton High Street

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last October. More now on the inquests

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into the deaths of 30 British people who were shot while on holiday

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in Tunisia. Evidence about the victims has been

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heard, including a couple Our reporter Emily Unia

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is at the Royal Courts of Justice. What was said? A number of

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eyewitness statements or read today, relating to all the events taking

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place on the beach in front of the Imperial Marhaba Hotel at Sousse on

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the morning of the 26th of June 20 15. There were a number of portraits

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relating to individual victims so we heard about Janet and John, a

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retired couple from Morden in South London, described as people who were

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still very much in love with each other and whose home life revolved

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around the simplest pleasures. We also heard a witness statement read

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in the court from Anthony Miller, a man who was on the beach at the same

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time as Janet and John, he had met in the previous year in the hotel

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and they had become friends. He and his wife Julie became friendly with

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them and they used to meet up. They would eat and drink together at the

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hotel. On the morning of the 26th of June, Anthony Miller describes being

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on a sun lounge next to his wife on the beach. He said he saw the

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gunman, the -- he thought it was a policeman and he heard noises which

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he thought were firecrackers. He then realised the noise was gunfire

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and he rapidly decided that he and his wife needed to stay on the

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beach, that they did not have time to run away. He pushed his wife onto

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the sand, lay on top of her and told her to play dead. After the gunman

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had gone, he saw that Janet and John Stocker had both been shot. He

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realised there was nothing he could do for them. He said, they did not

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stand a chance. Postmortems were confronted -- have confirmed that

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they both died from gunshot wounds to the Palace. The inquest continues

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for another six weeks. Now to the restoration

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of the Houses of Parliament. Over the years, other than for bomb

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damage during the Second World War, the buildings haven't been properly

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renovated since they were But the cost of restoring the Palace

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of Westminster is so high that apparently some people would rather

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see it demolished or sold off. Let's join Sonja Jessup,

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who can explain. Let's be clear, it is very unlikely

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that we will see the Houses of Parliament demolished or sold off.

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Those options are not on the table. What is on the table are these very

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expensive plans for refurbishment. Some of which would involve all of

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the MPs and peers moving out. Because of these costs, it seems to

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have infuriated voters one in four have told researchers that they

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would rather see this historic Palace of Westminster either sold

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off or knocked down. Shrouded in a London fog today,

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the Houses of Parliament providing Slightly spoiled, perhaps,

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by scaffolding, and inside, crumbling stonework,

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ageing electrics - parts of the Palace of Westminster

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are in desperate need of repair. It will cost almost ?4 billion -

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a price worth paying? A quarter of people asked said

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they would rather it was I'm sure there are some people

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who would quite like to put a match But it is interesting that the vast

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majority of the public, more than 56%, in the same poll,

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said we've got to do the work, we should do the simplest,

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the swiftest and the most cost-effective way of doing that,

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and I believe that is, we've all got to move out for six

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years, get the work done as quickly And that is the recommendation

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from the committee he serves on. MPs would move to a temporary

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building at Richmond house, Actually demolishing the historic

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Palace of Westminster is not an option being considered,

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though the poll's findings may hint at those disillusioned

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and angry with politics. There are others who believe

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Parliament is worth preserving, The idea of pulling that down,

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such a symbol of world democracy and world liberty,

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is just unthinkable. Can you imagine the Americans

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or the French thinking of pulling down their Congress,

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their White House, or the French,

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their National Assembly? It's an institution,

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it's an icon of Britain. It's just such a historical place

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to see, and a lot of tourists It is a lot of money,

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but has anybody work out how much So, if you get rid of

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all your iconic buildings, MPs have launched an

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enquiry into the costs. They then face the tough job

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of convincing the public. Now, there are other alternative

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plans also being considered. One would not see all the MPs and peers

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having to move out and tell, but they are then even more expensive.

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Politicians find themselves in this very difficult position. On the one

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hand, they are being told that Parliament faces a crisis if these

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refurbishment are not carried out, on the other hand, they face huge

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anger from taxpayers that they can keep the costs down. From

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Westminster, thank you very much. Still to come, the voters which

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defined 2016, join me at the exhibition celebrating the best of

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Getty Images. Next, to the rising costs

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of London's Olympic Stadium following its conversion

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into West Ham's new home. Documents seen by this programme

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suggest that the stadium's financial forecast appears to be running

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millions of pounds behind schedule. Last week, Sadiq Khan laid out

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the terms for his inquiry Mark Jordan is here from

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BBC London's Inside Out programme. You have looked at this over many

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months, but starting off with the original vision for the stadium. If

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you take it from Ken Livingstone winning the Games to Boris Johnson

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signing the deal with West Ham, there was an obsession, which was

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that there would be legacy, you would not end up with a white

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elephant stadium in East London, it would have a purpose and a use and

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it would regenerate the area. That was the political obsession, but

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what none of us knew is that the bill, after the Olympics, was going

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to be ?320 million. A huge bill. That is what has been paid so far.

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What have you learnt? We looked at the ten year spreadsheet that the

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London Legacy development Corporation or working too, and they

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were hoping there would be a prophet, but some things have

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happened on the way, the retractable seating in the stadium, they put

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that down for ?300,000 a year, it is ending up costing perhaps ?8

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million. They have also looked at all sorts of other issues, the

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naming of the stadium, they wanted to give it a name that could bring

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in millions, still no sign of the sponsor, and add to that West Ham's

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trouble with crowd violence last year, which does not make it any

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more appealing. As far as I can see there is no end

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to taxpayers' money being used to prop up this white elephant. They

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have been given the stadium and a taxpayer is paying for it. The money

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is mounting up, the losses are mounting up. I would not be

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surprised if we get rid of a billion on that thing.

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What is the Mayor looking to do? Where do you start looking? Do you

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look at Ken Livingstone and Sebastian Coates, who wanted to

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reduce it to athletics thing? That was their plan, then Boris Johnson

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said, it should stay big and should have a premier football team in it.

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Where do you lay the blame? The effect is that as we were building a

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stadium that was good to be shrunk, we were also tried to do a deal to

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keep it as it was. If you talk to anyone in the construction industry,

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the one thing they will tell you is, if you want to avoid massive costs,

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do not keep changing the plan. Politicians making decisions about

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buildings is an interesting one. You know, there was a vision for what

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the stadium was going to be, and that changed, and like all those

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things, once you start messing around with stuff, you may have been

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better off to knock it down and start again, and that is a big

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decision to make, but sometimes, take the pain upfront, knock it down

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and struck again, say you got it wrong and move on. It is when we try

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and justify it and justify it and justify it, and the costs go up and

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up and up. And from the London Legacy

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development Corporation, they say that the long-term aim is for the

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venue to generate a return to the taxpayer and not require ongoing

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subsidy, unlike Boris Johnson three years ago, they are still not saying

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when we will get that profit. It is not simple! Thanks very much.

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And there's more on that story on Inside Out London,

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35 years ago, this programme reported the murder

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of 27-year-old artist Keith Church from Broxbourne in Hertfordshire.

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Before his death, he studied art at Goldsmiths University

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in South London and had produced many pieces.

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Now, after decades, his family have decided to hold an exhibition

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of his work for the very first time -

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and where else but at Goldsmiths University.

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His cousin and former BBC London correspondent, Kurt Barling,

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has been for a look at his cousin's impressive work.

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For Keith Church, the urge to paint started very young. When I went to

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an opening before he joined the school, because incoming parents

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were invited, there was lots of artwork about and I thought that I

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hoped to see something of Keith's one day. So he then is in the school

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the next year and I go to the opening, and Keith's art was on

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show, and that is me at the kitchen sink! The painting alerted his art

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teacher to his artistic talents. The exhibition is only possible because

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his mother preserved his artistic legacy. Keith's mother was most

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tragically and unexpectedly bequeathed a legacy from her son.

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The way she was able to hold onto that beautifully and deliver the

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aspiration and inspiration to another generation. As a family, we

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decided it was time to bring Keith's work out of the private sphere and

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into the public sphere, to join the great art families, so to speak.

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Like all artists, he aspired to achieve something beyond himself,

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something that would potentially even outlast him. In 1982, the

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tragic turn of events that robbed us of his talents and presence meant

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that too soon, his work would have lost him. I hope people like what

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the sea. -- would outlast him. Then I am happy for them to see it.

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From Brexit protests to red carpet premieres -

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just a few of the many memorable images of last year.

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Now some of the best have been captured in a new retrospective

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Alice Bhandhukravi has been to take a look.

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Few would deny that last was a memorable year, for its shocks and

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losses as well as for its glories, and for the photographers at Getty

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Images, whose job it is to document the world around us, 2016 proved

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very rich indeed. They have been frantically busy, in some cases

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stories have produced huge bodies of work that have been tremendously

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compelling. In others they have had to work really hard to find a

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defining image. Take this haunting picture of the five-year-old boy

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that seemed to move the world to the plight of children living in Syria.

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Yes, that image certainly awakened sensitivities at the time that

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became -- and became very much a topic of discussion, the sort of

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images that actually sparks wider discussion. There is also a stunning

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depiction of the big events, from the theatrics of the American

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election to the drama of the Olympics in Rio, and look at this

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sports action photo. Gael Monfils at the Australian Open. There is

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absolutely everything, the light is perfect, the shadow on the ground

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separates the player from the ground, it is rare to get a player

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diving these days like that in the men's game. Then there is this, from

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the blitz in 1942 the same spot on Pall mall in 2016, all in one

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picture. It is not easy to sum up that most US year, but the Getty

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Gallery goes some way to showing the power of photography in uncertain

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times. Now, we heard about the fog earlier,

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let's get the latest check Thank you, yes, it did brighten up

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in some places eventually, but you heard from Tom earlier, we have had

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difficulty already with the foggy conditions. You can just about make

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at Tower Bridge in the background. It came with a hard frost this

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morning as well and I suspect it will be scenes like this we will be

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seeing across London and the Home Counties again tomorrow. The Met

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Office has issued a weather warning for fog until 11 o'clock tomorrow

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morning, for some dense and freezing fog patches in places. It is a

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little confiscated because we have some cloud. -- trumpeted. Underneath

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the cloud you usually do not get much fog so it is the clear skies

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were watching at the moment. It is most likely South West of London.

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Then it will shift East as we go through the night. But even further

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East, there could be 12 patches, so go carefully on the roads. And again

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it is going to be a cold night with those of Hannes 5-6 in the

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countryside. Another frosty start tomorrow and potentially another 41.

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There could be problems at the airports, there will certainly be

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difficult driving conditions. For most, the fog will lift and break

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away and we will have some sunshine for a time in the afternoon. But if

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you have been stuck in the fog, it might stick around for much of the

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afternoon as well. Temperatures will briefly get to five or six Celsius.

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More fog forming of a light into Wednesday but then it will change

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slightly, there Willbeme Oort Cloud, fog lifting up, still a cold day on

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Wednesday but hopefully after that we will not have so much of a

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problem on Thursday with the fog at least but Thursday will be bitterly

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cold. It might not suggest that with the temperature, and the sunshine,

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but very dry air coming in from the South East which will make it feel

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really quite raw. Thankfully, the numbers go up a little on Friday and

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Saturday, there is a hint there will be something slightly more mild into

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that we can. But watch out for that fog tomorrow morning.

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The Defence Secretary, Michael Fallon, has refused to tell

:26:21.:26:23.

MPs whether an unarmed Trident missile veered off-course

:26:24.:26:25.

towards the United States during a test last June.

:26:26.:26:28.

On his first working day as American President,

:26:29.:26:30.

Donald Trump met business leaders and promised to cut taxes and slash

:26:31.:26:33.

There are porters of an explosion at a block of flats in Hornchurch.

:26:34.:26:52.

Firefighters and the police are at the scene. The Mayor of London has

:26:53.:26:55.

urged a zero tolerance approach to hate crimes. He said the city

:26:56.:26:59.

remained inclusive, despite anti-Semitic incidents over the

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weekend. Sadiq Khan has also issued the capital's first very high

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pollution alert under a new system for warning people about poor air

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quality. And the fog seems to be a big

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talking point on our Facebook page. You can get plenty more on today's

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stories on our website. That is it for now, I will be back later during

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the ten o'clock News. Thank you for watching and enjoy your evening.

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