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A headteacher pays tribute after a 15-year-old pupil is fatally

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He was positive about learning, had a very bright future and will be

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greatly missed by his many friends in school, and in fact

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A derailed freight train during this morning's rush hour severely

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Services on Southeastern here at Charing Cross

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We look at plans to convert this former Victorian market

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into a new state-of-the art home for the Museum for London.

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Actor Timothy Spall tells us how playing a Holocaust denier has been

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Welcome to BBC London News with me Riz Lateef.

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"A pupil with a bright future who will be missed

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A headmaster's tribute to a 15-year-old boy

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who was stabbed to death in front of his classmates

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Quamari Barnes was attacked outside his school in Kensal Rise

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Our Home affairs correspondent, Nick Beake, joins us from outside

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This evening friends and family are still outside the school,

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remembering a young boy who said goodbye to his' yesterday morning,

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but didn't come home. All day, they have been bringing flowers, leaving

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messages. -- to his' yesterday. People are at a loss to understand

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why a young boy was killed in this way.

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At the school gates, just metres from where their loved

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Surrounded by friends who only yesterday were sharing lessons

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and jokes with the latest teenager to be murdered in London.

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15-year-old Quamari Barnes was heard to shout, "He's going to stab me!"

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One boy who didn't want to show his face told us he could only watch

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He was the most loved person in the whole of our school, like...

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It was emotional, because we gave him hugs, said get home say.

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And I come out of school, and I see that he's stabbed, like...

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It's a small world, like, all these teenagers out here running

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As the police looked for evidence near the school,

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it emerged they had arrested another 15-year-old boy,

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Detectives say the motive for the killing is not clear.

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A killing which has clearly hit this community hard.

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We're all deeply saddened by this death.

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It's undoubtedly a tragic loss of life, and our thoughts

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and prayers are with the boy's family and those who

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He was positive about learning, had a very bright future,

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and will be greatly missed by his many friends

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in school and in fact the entire school community.

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And for Rebecca, who herself went to the school,

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and knows the family well, it is such a waste.

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I just saw a picture of him, with RIP, and I was just,

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Quamari Barnes is the second teenager to be stabbed

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The number of young people being injured with knives has gone

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The headteacher we saw in the report there has said that counselling is

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available to all pupils who feel that they needed. The Metropolitan

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Police have had officers here all day, detectives going door-to-door,

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we're also seen officers patrolling the perimeter of the school. The

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police are really appealing directly to pupils here, and also their

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parents, because they say their evidence, their information could be

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vital as they proceed with this case. As for that 15-year-old boy

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who was arrested this afternoon on suspicion of murder, he remains in

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police custody this evening. Thank you. Our home affairs correspondent

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in Kensal Green. We look at why cyclists

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are being allowed to use the pavement in one part London

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without facing prosecution. Thousands of commuters faced major

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disruption during this morning's rush hour after a freight train

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derailed in south east London. It meant all services

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on the Southeastern network Let's get the latest

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from Alice Bhandhukravi who's A slightly less busy evening here at

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Charing Cross than usual, and it's no wonder given the level of

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disruption on Southeastern this morning's rush-hour. Lots of people

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rushing past us now to get into the station, only to be greeted by signs

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that say delayed and cancelled. Just before 6am, when this freight

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train derailed in Lewisham, it meant services on Southeastern

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from London were delayed, diverted or cancelled, which made

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for a punishing rush-hour. Many commuters documented

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their journeys, and took to social For some, it was just another

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example of the major difficulties many face commuting in and out

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of London from the south-east. Network Rail, which is investigating

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the cause of the derailment, Both Network Rail and Southeastern

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expect disruption to The latest on that issue of

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compensation is that Network Rail has announced it will be doubling

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the level of compensation for delays for those who are eligible. That

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might soften the blow for some. But as I said earlier, services are not

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going to resume as normal tomorrow. We are told that there will be a

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normal service from Hale is to Charing Cross, but it went be

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stopping at Lewisham. -- from Hayes to Charing Cross. As always, check

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before you travel. You can keep up-to-date on our breakfast

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bulletins and on radio London. Absolutely. Thank you for that

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update. The capital again suffered from high

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levels of pollution today. It came as the Mayor said he'd be

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funding schools in polluted areas to look at ways to deal

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with bad air. But one of his major schemes

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an ultra low emission zone Here's our Emvironment

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correspondent, Tom Edwards. From the air, you can clearly make

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out today the pollution over London. On the ground, this school

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in Southwark is right Many pupils have asthma,

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and here they want action And I'm very aware of when I change

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a display just in the entrance here, as I clean the shelves of the glass

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cabinet, it comes So, even though the doors are shut

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all day, it's coming in. My problem is, the bad guys

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are criticising me and not Today, pollution got political

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as the mayor lay into his opponents. He will now fund audits of 50

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schools, which will recommend Such as moving entrances and play

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areas, or changing road layouts. I have announced today a package

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to support schools in London, Those schools in the most

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polluted parts of London, the dirtiest parts of London,

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will be more likely That's not politicising it,

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that's addressing the issues. The mayor's taken some

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really good steps. The commitment to the emission

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zone and expanding it from the north to south circular,

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for example, will be very important London's air is particularly

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poor at the moment. According to City Hall,

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a lack of wind isn't blowing away vehicle emissions and pollutants

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from domestic wood burning. Now the Tories in the assembly have

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criticised the mayor's flagship policy, and expanded ultralow

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emission zone within the North Where more polluting vehicles

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will have to pay to enter. They say it won't deliver

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big enough benefits. We think the mayor should use

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the money that would have to be made available for the wider zone,

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going to the north and south circular,

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in a much more targeted way. We think he could procure over 2000

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hybrid buses, for example. He can retrofit 10,000

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of the black taxis to put them on liquid petroleum gas,

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which is zero emission. We think that those measures

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would be much more targeted, and would deliver a much more

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beneficial result than simply expanding the zone,

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which is what he is proposing The mayor says his policies will

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work, although while the capital continues to suffer from bad air,

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air quality campaigners say An Arsenal midfielder has been

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interviewed by police following an allegation he racially

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abused a British Airways Our sports reporter

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Chris Slegg is here - Granit Xhaka is the player in

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question. This incident happened just before 7:30am at Heathrow

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terminal five last night -- 7:30pm. Users whose international

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midfielder, he joined Arsenal last year for just over ?30 million. On

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Sunday he was sent off in the second time this season in their 2-1 win

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over Burnley, and then last night he is believed to have been taking a

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friend had come to visit him here in London back to the airport. It's

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believed his friend arrived too late to prevent the flight and was

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prevented it from doing so. Some sort of titillation seems to have

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happened at the moment, which is when the allegation of Dutch or some

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sort of altercation. Arsenal have said it is a private matter, beyond

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that they said they won't be commenting any further -- the

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allegation of altercation. They say the allegation was made by a third

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party, witness to the incident. They haven't named Xhaka, but they say

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the officers attended the scene, that the person involved was seen,

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and voluntarily attended a police station. It was not arrested, but

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arrested and a police caution. They say their enquiries are continuing.

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Chris, thank you very much. A strike on Southern Rail

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will continue tomorrow by RMT members in their long running

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dispute with rail bosses over Only a dozen train drivers took part

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in today's walk-out. Southern admitted cancellations

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were mainly due to crew sickness Tomorrow's strike is

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still due to go ahead. Firefighters are still tackling

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a blaze at a warehouse It broke out last night and fire

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officers have been working all day People nearby have been advised

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to keep their windows closed. An investigation into

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the cause has been launched. An explosion at a block of flats

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in Hornchurch yesterday may have been caused by the preparation

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of drugs according to Two men have been arrested

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following the blast which caused part of the building

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to partially collapse. Four people were taken to hospital

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and 25 had to be rescued. The cause of the explosion

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is not yet known. Figures tell us that people living

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in London are affected by the HIV virus more than anywhere else

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in the UK. Two in every five people with it

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are here in the capital. But the number of newly diagnosed

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cases in London is falling. Four of the biggest clinics say

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they've seen a 40 to 50% drop Some experts say it's due to large

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numbers of gay men taking a drug currently not available on the NHS -

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but available online. He is part of a growing

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number of HIV negative gay men who are choosing

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to have unprotected sex. I have had sex with people

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without using a condom. And some of them have been HIV

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positive, and some of them Because I've been on PReP,

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that increased my confidence Last, four of London's leading

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sexual health clinics saw the greatest reduction in new HIV

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diagnoses they seen since the beginning of the epidemic

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in the 1980s will stop experts are advising it may

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be due to this drug. PReP is widely taken in other

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countries as treatment There are a lot of questions yet

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to be answered, that there are many groups I think who are at equal

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and perhaps even greater risk of HIV, who perhaps

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don't know about PReP, don't feel comfortable about it,

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don't have all of the information. Critics of the drug say it's

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expensive and not foolproof. However, despite this, the NHS lost

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a court case, meaning it will have to fund it in future,

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a move supported by some clinics. PReP is a very effective

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prevention strategy. I wouldn't say it's a wonder drug,

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because nothing in isolation is the answer when it comes

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to preventing HIV transmission. PReP has given us a really effective

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additional tool to combine with the other tools we had,

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but which were not working. Until it becomes available

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on the NHS, men like Jason are resorting to the web

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for their medication. About 25,000-35,000 Londoners

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have visited our site What we've done in effect is created

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a community health care system that's sitting outside

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of the National health care system. Jason gets tested regularly,

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but these days he doesn't An HIV test yesterday,

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and the results came through in the evening of the same

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day, because test results And I knew that it would be,

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because I've been on PrEP And although I've had a lot

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of sexual encounters with different levels of risk,

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I'm now confident I'm He says by providing this drug

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on the NHS in the future, others too will benefit

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from the same piece of mind. We find out how the Museum of London

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is ?180 million closer to making this forlorn bit

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of Farringdon its new home. Another weather warning for the

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white office of fog and also some ice tonight, with a very cold day on

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Thursday. -- from the Met office. More later.

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Should cyclists be able to ride on the pavement

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Well, police in Camden have defended their decision not

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to punish some people who do just that.

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Instead they'll look at why riders use footpaths rather than roads.

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Needless to say it's divided opinion - as Ayshea Buksh reports.

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Sharing the road for many cyclists is tough enough, and showing the

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pavement sometimes is a necessary manoeuvre. Here in north London,

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police were told by residents to many were also going on to local

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streets. The neighbourhood Sergeant decided it was better to work with a

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cyclist rather than against them, and decided not to punish them. The

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complaint was that there on the pavements. We said we accept that

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undercut the reasons why, so we can fix that and get them off the

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pavement. It is not the free for all, we're responding to concerns

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Dutch weblog we accept that and want to know the reasons. The advice from

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the Department for Transport says all police officers can use their

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discretion. If a cyclist is cycling rudely and dangerously he should be

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fine. Where would you like your cyclist or the child or parent or

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your pension to cycle? -- he should be fined. Had locals in Primrose

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Hill feel about it? It worries me, in case they get, you know, they

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sort of gaining momentum and don't break, especially male cyclists. It

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is complicated with a pushchair to have cyclists and questionnaires. We

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can't go the same way, so we have to go on the road. Why did you sound

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your own? He was cycling in the middle-of-the-road. Because it is

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illegal to cycle in the middle-of-the-road. The Sergeant

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makes a stop, not cyclist but a car steadily I used my home to one

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cyclist, because he was cycling in the middle-of-the-road. A lot of

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cyclists are being intimidated, forced over, and that one who is

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taking a damaging row position to prevent that happening, but

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intimidating, inconsiderate behaviour from behind. That is one

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end upon the pavement, which is where we don't want them. The

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friction on the crowded London roads and pavements is to continue, but in

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this part of the capital, any coexistence may come.

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He says it's one of his most challenging roles.

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In his latest move Timothy Spall - plays a London historian who wrote

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controversial books denying the Holocaust ever happened -

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who was then challenged by an American academic sparking

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Our Entertainment Correspondent Brenda Emmanus has been chatting

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April 2000, when London historian David Irving faced a humiliating

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Having sued Penguin books and their American author,

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Deborah Lipstadt, who had accused him of denying

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I've been defending it against someone who wanted to abuse it.

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Rachel Weisz now portrays Deborah in the film Denial,

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with Timothy Spall as her infamous adversary, Irving.

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Let me reveal something to you, Professor.

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I am that David Irving about whom you have been so rude.

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And it puzzles me that you think yourself qualified to attack me,

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given that I have 30 years' experience in the archive.

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And was this your most challenging role to date?

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I would say it always felt like it was going to be a challenge,

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because I know he's a controversial character, and he's alive,

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So my job as a human being, I have a responsibility

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I have to conclude that the reason you don't engage with people

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you disagree with is because you can't!

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Denial was shot predominantly in the capital, where

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With Deborah Lipstadt closely involved from the time her book

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Can you put into words what it was like taking

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on this very abrasive, London historian?

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Well, it was frightening at the beginning, because I didn't

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know how I would do it, what I would do, and calling

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the historian because as we proved he lies and he manipulates

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There were moments that were really scary.

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This case is happening to you, but it's not about you.

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This man hates me, he's coming for me.

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And when someone comes after you, you take him on.

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Why do you think he specifically targeted Deborah?

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I think one of the motivations, as I see it from his point of view,

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Was that he was protecting his professional reputation,

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his existence, because I presume he made the assumption that

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being called a Holocaust denier would affect sales of his books.

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All involved can see that Denial is a timely film,

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considering the current talking politics of alternative truths,

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Promotional posters have already been defaced across London.

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They wait until the Tube stop is empty and no one's there,

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and then they take out a black magic marker and they write something.

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Why they write on Timothy Spall's face, he's playing

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Plans for a new state-of-the-art home for the Museum of London have

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been a big boost today - in the form of nearly ?200

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As Emma North reports - the proposal is to redevelop

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The Museum of London's getting ?180 million leg up

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to develop its new home at West Smithfield.

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And the woman who secured the money is happy.

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I cycled home through London, singing to myself.

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We will be able to put on more exhibitions, more collections,

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bring more things out of our stores, have great programmes.

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And I want us to be a 24-hour museum.

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The old market at West Smithfield will become home to the 6 million

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items currently down the road at the old Museum of London.

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With the ?70 million slice coming from City Hall,

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this is the largest cultural investment made by a London mayor.

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It's a project designed to build legacies.

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I campaigned saying I wanted to make sure culture was a top priority.

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I think culture's in the DNA of our city, the glue

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We'll have this museum, not simply the best of the last

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2000 years in our city, we're going to go back more

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than 450,000 years and it's going to be fantastic.

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Three years ago, a project to turn the site into shops was blocked,

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despite being backed by the very people who today dipped

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into their pockets to the tune of ?110 million.

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It was called in by the Secretary of State,

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You have to accept that decision, and we've now made the best of it

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by buying the building for the museum.

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In the shadow of the old buildings, they've been waiting for something

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It will bring more people, not tourists.

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All this promises much for Smithfield, but with one in six

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Londoners working in the culture industry, does ploughing so much

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cash into a single thing put too much focus on one high project?

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We're working with student spaces, with live music venues,

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and a range of different kind of smaller businesses to make sure

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that the whole ballot of London's cultural

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There has been a market here for 1000 years.

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With a little more fundraising and that all-important

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planning application, it was promised today that this

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It's that time of the evening now for a check on the

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There is more fog. We have still got plenty of it about, for the next

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couple of days. This is the familiar picture across the region this

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morning, with some sunshine eventually breaking through. The Met

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office has is covered by a weather warning once again, for dense

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patches and also some freezing fog patches. In addition, there is an

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ice warning tonight as well. All that moisture is just going to stick

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to everything, and untreated roads will be very tricky tomorrow,

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especially in those fog patches. It is because we finished the day with

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those lovely clear skies. I want to draw your attention to the fog over

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across the low countries, and the cloud by height it which has been

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producing some snow grains over parts of Germany. We could get a

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tiny dusting through Wednesday and Thursday as well. Not very much.

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Before that, we must worry about the fog filling in out there at the

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moment. Dense, freezing patches and then more cloud creeping into the

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south-east as the night goes out. It will list the temperature there, but

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where you are seeing the negative figures, you're dealing with

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freezing fog and possibly ice as well. Tricky driving conditions

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first thing tomorrow morning. The fog will eventually lift up after a

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dank and murky start. Then the sort of swap the grey fog for grey skies,

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as there is cloud filling in throughout the day. It will feel

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chilly because we haven't had the benefit of the sunshine through the

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day tomorrow. 3-6 degrees at best. It is feeling even called on

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Thursday, but for different reasons. The cloud gets nibbled at by a

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slightly drier air coming in from the south-east. It is good in some

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ways, it gets rid of some of the fog. It is dry, cold air, and it

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means it will feel very chilly through the day on Thursday.

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Temperatures may be only one, two, three degrees at best. When you

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factor in the wind and dryness of the committal feel like -3 places,

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so quite bitter bitter on Thursday. In the latter part of the Wii,

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temperatures pick up a bit. 8 degrees on Friday, and possibly

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double fingers. In the meantime, it is the fairway have do contend with.

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Thank you very much. Draft legislation -

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allowing the government to start the process of leaving the EU

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is to be introduced within days. It follows a Supreme Court ruling

:26:54.:26:56.

Parliament should be given a vote Shares in BT plunged today

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after the company revealed the impact of an accounting scandal

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in its Italian business is far worse The head of BT Europe

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resigned this afternoon. Detectives investigating the death

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of a teenager outside his school in Willesden yesterday afternoon

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have arrested a fifteen Quamari Barnes was stabbed in front

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of pupils and taken to hospital And this year's Oscar nominations

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were revealed today - with the musical La La Land

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the most nominated film. Londoners Dev Patel and Naomie

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Harris are also shortlisted. from everyone on the team,

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have a lovely evening.

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