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On the programme tonight: And

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Another young life lost on the capital's streets.

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The Met name the latest teenager to be stabbed,

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Meanwhile, a vigil is being held in Whitechapel for one of the three men

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stabbed to death in London last week. The family paid tribute. Never

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ever had that kind of situation, or this kind of hard time in our lives.

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So we are really, really upset. I don't know how you're going to with

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this. -- how we are going to cope with this.

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Also tonight: A review of tactics after the Westminster attack.

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Firearms officers can shoot terrorists at the wheel of a vehicle

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Plus all change for our busiest shopping area.

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There will be fewer buses on Oxford Street from the summer? Skema yes,

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what effect will that have on how people get from one end to the other

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on foot and on buses. And the one important task

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for the tens of thousands of marathon runners to do before

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they get to the start line. Welcome to BBC London News

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with me, Riz Lateef. Police have tonight named

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the latest teenage victim to be stabbed

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on the capital's streets. 19-year-old Jordan Wright

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was attacked in Blackheath News of his murder came on the same

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day the family of another young man Syed Jamanoor Islam, who was 20,

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was stabbed close to his home Tonight, his family are holding

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a vigil in his memory. This vigil has been organised by the

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friends and family of Syed Jamanoor Islam, who was stabbed to death last

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Tuesday afternoon, a short distance from where I am standing at the

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moment, over in my land. It was in broad daylight. He had been speaking

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to friends. Just hours later, he became part of a worrying and

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frightening statistic. He became one of three men stabbed to death in

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London in the space of 24 hours. It has left his family devastated and

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our reporter has been speaking to his parents.

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His ambition was really big and he tried to do

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He was really friendly with everybody,

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Syed Jamanoor Islam was killed last week,

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He was 20 years old and a business student at Tower Hamlets College.

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Speaking for the first time, his parents say the death

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of their eldest son has been devastating.

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We have never, ever had this kind of situation or this kind

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of hard time in our life, so we are really,

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I don't know how we are going to cope with this.

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And just last night, 19-year-old Jordan Wright

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was found dead with stab wounds in Blackheath

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Recent statistics from the Met show a significant rise in

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Earlier this week, the new commissioner said good use

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of stop and search can help police officers

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I do think it is a very useful tactic.

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It is particularly useful in the fight against knife

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crime and I will support my officers if they are using stop search,

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Syed was one of three young men stabbed in just 24 hours.

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His father is calling for tougher sentences for young people

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If the children know if they take a knife in their pocket or are

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carrying a knife they will get a more, you know, punishment for that,

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so if they are caught with a knife then they will get more frightened

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to carry the knife. And he also believes parents need to

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take more responsibility to educate their children. This kind of age,

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you should advise her children to carry a pen, not a knife, in your

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pocket. When I sit down with my children, I explained to them how to

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develop their life, how to respect people. Three teenagers have now

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been charged with the sun's murder. -- with Syed Jamanoor Islam's

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murder. Just an idea of the enormous impact

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a death like this has on the family of the victim. I thought it was

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particularly poignant than the father said people should be

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carrying pen is not knives in their pockets.

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It was only are this week that the new Met Commissioner was speaking

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about making knife and gun crime a top priority.

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That is right. He was speaking 24 hours before Syed Jamanoor Islam was

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stabbed to death. She said it was worryingly rising knife and gun

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crime. It was a scourge of London and she said her command ship, while

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she is in charge of Scotland Yard, will be judged on how she tackles

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these two areas. She says she is going to offer specialist officers

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more support and is also going to support officers who carry out a

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stop and search, as long as they are carried out correctly, as long as

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they have the desired effect of bringing knife and gun crime on. She

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also said she is going to work with Londoners across-the-board and, by

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judging the reaction here this evening, she is not going to have

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any fears about getting the support of many Londoners are you really

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want to see knife and gun crime falling.

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A Metropolitan Police officer has pleaded not guilty to four charges,

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including possession of a bladed weapon,

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over an alleged attack on a car in North London last year.

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PC Joshua Savage and a colleague had been conducting a stop-and-search

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Workers on London Underground are to stage a 24-hour strike

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in a dispute over the sacking of a colleague.

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RMT members based mainly at London Bridge will walk out

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The union says a worker was sacked for tackling a fare dodger

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said to have attacked other station staff.

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London Underground disputes the union's claims.

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Police may now have to shoot terrorists at the wheel of vehicles

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The national lead for armed policing revealed the change in tactics

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following the Westminster attack, as well as those in Nice and Berlin.

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Officers were previously told not to shoot drivers of moving vehicles

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because of the additional dangers it posed, as Jim Wheble reports.

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Neath in France last year. In 19 tonne truck piled into crowds,

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killing 86. Westminster last month, three die when hit by a car on

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Westminster Bridge. Stockholm, another crushed lorry, for more

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dead. Terrorist vehicle attacks, simple, ruthless and being used with

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alarming regularity. In terrorism, it is becoming one of the most

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pre-eminent tactics. Last year, we recorded data that for the first

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time ever more people... There were more casualties caused by this form

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of terrorism than any other form of terrorist attack in Europe for the

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first time ever. Now, the police themselves are recalibrating.

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Previous advice was against shooting at moving vehicles as possible to

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avoid collateral damage. The national police chief's council have

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now dropped that guidance in perceived terror related incidents.

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Now it is about taking aim at the driver, an important new emphasis,

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the experts. When you're talking about terrorism and the use of HGVs,

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in circumstances like this, there have to be developed tactic to go

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with it and there had to be a broader acceptance of what might

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occur in those circumstances. Visibly, that is what has gone on

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now. But it is not just vehicle attacks. Counterterrorism specialist

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firearms officers are being trained to storm tubes and train carriages

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in the event of a marauding gunman attack. It is inspiring a

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recruitment drive specialist firearms officers. But that is being

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jeopardised, according to the police chief's Council, by the way internal

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investigators treat armed officers after fatal shootings. An accusation

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of thalidomide. I have heard that said but I've not seen any evidence

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in terms of the numbers of people are applying, and the number of

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people that are being appointed. The other thing that I would say from

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our point of view is that no firearms officers should feel that

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they have anything to fear from independent scrutiny by the IPCC. Do

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you think we will see more of this, then, in Europe? Yes, almost

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certainly. It is in this light that they make are increasing their arms

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of his account for 600. For many not just a target but a necessity. --

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and increasing their firearms officers count to 600 -- by 600.

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Now, it hasn't taken long for election talk

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to turn to tactical voting and forming alliances.

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specifically to combine forces against Brexit

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and the Greens are saying they are happy to consider

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Let's get more from our Political Editor Tim Donovan at Westminster.

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And Tim, of course, the Greens have already put this

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In Richmond Park, in the by-election before Christmas, yes, they stood

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aside and did not run a candidate and that is credited with helping

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the Liberal Democrats win the and a defeat Zac Goldsmith. I am told it

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is quite likely that the Greens may not stand in that same seat at this

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election. That is starting to questions about whether it is going

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to happen elsewhere, next door in Twickenham, a little bit further

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away in Kingston. For the Greens to withdraw or sit on their hands would

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certainly boost the Liberal Democrats are trying to get back and

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defeat the Conservatives there. Of course, this kind of depends on a

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lot of local chat and negotiation and I am told Vince Cable, one

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candidate, has not been that amenable and the Greens in Kingston

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did not like the idea much either. You can see that possibly it is

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easier to talk about Progressive Alliance is than make it happen.

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Having said that, the Greens are right behind. They have still got to

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select a lot of candidates across the capital. They will be doing that

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across the next week and tended and you could see other quite

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significant gestures. This is absolutely about

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locally-driven arrangements We are not expecting this

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to happen everywhere, but if there are marginal seats

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in particular where by kind of

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cooperation we could keep out of parliament,

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out of government, an extreme form

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of Tory candidate then that, I think,

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is a positive thing. Tim, news of another attempt to

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rally against the Conservatives? Yes, this is Jean Miller, who many

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people remember successfully brought a legal action against the

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government over article 30. She is getting involved in a campaign on

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tactical voting, or pursuing it, and are starting crowdfunding and so on.

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She is promising to back those candidates, apolitical de-icing, who

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will put the best case against Brexit. So certainly a kind of sense

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of tactical voting building here. It has to be said tactical voting does

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not always, have not always, had a great record in the past but we are

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dealing that very big issue, emotive issue, Brexit.

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And what else have you picked up briefly, people standing than you

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did not expect? Karim one person, one Labour MP, current Labour MP,

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Jim Dowd, Lewisham, has said that he is not going to be standing again

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but all the others, the other 44, Labour candidates are going to be

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standing. Anybody wanting to go for other seeds, seats not currently

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held by Labour, have until Sunday to put their names forward.

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The funeral of a civil rights activist was held in Notting Hill

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today. The writer and broadcaster campaigned for black rights for more

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than 50 years. Community activists from different generations gathered

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at the service to pay tribute. The legacy of doctors cannot be

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underestimated in terms of what he has contributed to the black British

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identity and experience. All of those things are a contributed to

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the legacy that young people have to dig up and move forward because the

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struggle is not over yet. -- tributes to Darcus Howe, who died

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earlier this month. A young woman has lost sight in one

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eye following an acid attack at a nightclub in east London

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which injured 20 people. Detectives are still trying to find

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a 25-year-old man from Hertfordshire they want to talk to in connection

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with the incident What more do we know

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about the extent of the injuries? Since the attack in the early

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hours of Easter Monday, doctors have been desperately trying

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to save the sight of one victim - She was just out with a night for

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her friends. But today they announced

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that her injuries are so severe We also learnt today that a total

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of 20 people were burnt A corrosive substance

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was sprayed on dancers during an argument between

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two groups of people. Some of the victims are seen

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here immediately after the attack The police believe two men

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were the main targets. They're aged 24 and 29 and have

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suffered serious burns They've been transferred

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to to a specialist burns unit in Essex and are said to be

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in a stable condition. Is there any news on the main

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suspect that police want to speak to?

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25-year-old Arthur Collins from Broxbourne in Hertfordshire

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who they want to talk to in connection

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They also want to find two other men pictured on the club's CCTV.

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Three people have been arrested so far in connection with the attack.

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The latest was a 33-year-old woman arrested this morning

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at an address in Hertfordshire about alleged firearms offences.

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Police say the Mangle nightclub incident follows a 100% rise

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in acid attacks in London in the last year.

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when a man and woman had a corrosive substance thrown at them

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OK, thank you very much for that update.

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You are watching BBC London News. Also coming up:

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Here at XL, the Maritime task before the marathon as thousands of runners

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come here to register for the big day on Sunday.

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It's one of the busiest shopping streets in Europe

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there'll be fewer of these on Oxford Street.

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The number of buses will be almost halved

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to try to cut congestion and pollution.

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So how's the news gone down with passengers and shoppers?

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We sent Sonja Jessup and Marc Ashdown to find out.

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We are at the start of Oxford Street, Marble Arch about a mile in

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that direction. Yes, your bosses, I wonder what

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effect that will have on how people get from one edge to the other?

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Shall we try it out? Why not? I have a slightly bitter shoes on. It is a

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nice day. I guess I will get the boss.

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The pavement might be busy but I am straight into my stride. So far so

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good. Meanwhile, I was waiting for a bus. I wonder whether my LO

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passengers would be happy with your services. No, I use them all the

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time when I come to London and go back to Houston, though it is not a

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good idea at all. I won't have time for window shopping. It is a good

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deal! Do you think it is a good idea? Absolutely. It is quite busy.

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Fewer traffic, I don't know about buses. I have got to go! I was on

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the move as well. Traffic is not too bad at the moment. The idea of

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changing these 23 routes is to cut congestion, to try to make services

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quicker and more reliable. There is a boss, is she on that one? Quite

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competitive now! Waiting for the lights. How are you you on one of

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these buses buses behind me? No, I reckon we're good progress. We got

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one straightaway. How are you doing question is be I am at Oxford

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Circus. Get your skates on, there is lots of traffic! It is not just

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Oxford Street, Regent Street Wolfie gingers do. For your bosses. And of

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course, it is also about safety. -- Regent Street Wolfie gingers Oslo,

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far fewer buses. Years ago, a man was left in it,

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after he was hit on the head by a bus when men are at this junction.

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What do you think of having fewer buses on Oxford Street, will it make

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it safer? This is something the mayor has committed to in his

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campaign. It is hugely important, a 40% reduction in Brussels. You could

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not design a more dangerous pedestrian thoroughfare. --

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reduction in bosses. It is more attractive for shoppers as well. How

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is the race going? We are going to have to walk and talk. Fantastic

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news for our businesses and shoppers. Less traffic, Les buses in

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the West End and better air quality. Really welcome news. Really good

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idea. Why is that? Too much pollution. Too many people getting

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in the way. They have to jump on and off of bosses. It is crazy. It is a

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circus. Early years! Are you all right down there? I'll have to get

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some extra now. Is that cheating? Well, this is all about encouraging

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more cycling as well. What to do so on? It is a long way! And I see you

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got yourself a bike. It was hardly scientific, but it was good fun. It

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was, well done! Listen, I better get this back. See you later. I am going

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to get the tube. They did both make it back to the

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others. I should say, you can see which bus routes are affected by

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those gingers on Oxford Street by heading to our Facebook page. -- by

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those changes on Oxford Street. Next, on the one hand

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you have a ?3.5 billion regeneration of a town centre, creating thousands

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of jobs and homes. it could mean demolishing dozens

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of existing properties. some residents in Wood

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Green are not happy, Dave bought his ?700,000

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house last summer. He knew Wood Green was going to be

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redeveloped at some point but he thought his new house

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would be safe. he found out it could be

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in the demolition zone We have decorated

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a few rooms since then and we were very excited over

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Christmas, talking about redoing our kitchen,

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but in January we found out that there was a threat

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of regeneration. We didn't really understand

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what that meant but by February, we understood that meant

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the destruction of our home Homeowners in the adjoining roads

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have realised their houses The first time I knew

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about it was when I saw the posters in Dave's window

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and it was supposedly... Supposedly there was a consultation

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a year ago where they chose The fourth option is the one

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they have chosen, but they had not said anything

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about demolishing our street, they just said about improving

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the area, renovating the area Alfonso and Catherine have lived

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in a road nearby Now in their 80s,

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they cannot imagine moving. I have been living in my house

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for 50 years, that we have to be thrown out

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of our homes. The Wood Green plan will see

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the complete redevelopment of the town centre, creating nearly

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8000 new homes and 4000 new jobs. It is only at consultation stage

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at the moment but if the council's

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preferred option goes ahead, then Dave and his neighbours

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could see their homes demolished. Haringey Council had no-one

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available for interview, The consultation has been extended

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until the 28th of April. It's been a very busy

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day in London Docklands as tens of thousands of runners

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taking part in a certain 26.2 mile race this Sunday

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register for the Marathon. It's no mean feat,

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as you can imagine, and one of the key tasks

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is to pick up a kit bag. Yet thousands of people have to come

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here before five o'clock on Saturday, that is the deadline to

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register, pick up their kitbag. In a happier raise number, timing chip to

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tell them how long they will run the marathon in. We have got some

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running going on tonight. People are trying out this machine, trying to

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run 400 metres at marathon world pace, about 30 mph for a man, 11 mph

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for a woman. Rather them than me! Some people will be running the

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marathon for the first time. Others have more experience, like my guest.

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In marathon coach. Five times or six? Five. What would your advice be

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to first timers? Speaker MAG run the London marathon is such a fantastic

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experience and most people are nervous with a few days to go so I

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would say calm down, just the training, you're ready.

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Incredible side, they must start, is that a difficult time for runners

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all bunched together? Not really, I think it is something to be enjoyed

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and expected with the marathon. 40,000 people running altogether

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around London, it is a fantastic experience for somebody to do. We

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are quite biased, we think of this is the best in the world. From your

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experience, how does it compare? It is the best in the world! It is in

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London, such an iconic city. The crowd and supporters are fantastic.

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The iconic landmarks on the route is fantastic, the organisation is

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impeccable. I am in agreement. Matthew Bradford there is not

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running on Sunday, otherwise it might not be good to exert yourself

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this Post a marathon. The if I were running for a short period of time.

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The incredible thing about this is the realisation just how fast those

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elite world-class marathon runners go. This is running really quickly,

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at two or three days, just for a short period of time. You will be

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all right. Quite incredible to see in jeans! I think he just about did

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it and there will be plenty of inspiration on Sunday as well.

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Yes, it is always quite a sight. Thank you.

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On that note, let's see how the weather's

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looking for the Marathon and the next few days.

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Yes, it is going to be dry for the marathon. A little warm in the

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afternoon. Decent day today, tomorrow could look similar to this.

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Beautiful picture from Regents Park, not far away from you. Still got

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high-pressure sitting over us. This weather front was very weak today

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but didn't threaten one or two showers. We had a line of them are

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quite slow-moving. This line has been pushing at way southwards. This

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lumpiness in the cloud here could still produce one or two showers,

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perhaps across the North. Over the next two hours, they will tend to

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fade away overnight as that cloud moves its way southwards and breaks

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up later on. Not a complete blanket of cloud by any means but not a cold

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night. As we head into tomorrow, maybe some early sunshine. It will

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cloud over a bit. Might get a shower but probably will not. I do not

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think it will amount to anything and then a bit more sunshine as we head

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into the abdomen. Temperatures should be a little higher than

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today, despite the fact was to be a lot of cloud around. 17, possibly 18

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degrees in the centre of London. Into the weekend, we have got all

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the more cloud on the scene, especially to the north and east of

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London. Could give us a few drizzly showers. A week weather front

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responsible for that, which will tend to fade away and most places

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will have a dry day, if rather cloudy. Those of London, slightly

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cooler fresher air towards the north. The really cold is yet to

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reach of as we head into Sunday for the marathon, still high-pressure

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around and it will be dry. It is behind that weather from today that

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there is some very much colder. It will arrive probably during the

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course of next week, but for a time being it is on the mild side.

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Temperatures for Sunday 16, possibly 17 degrees. It starts to get colder

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probably through Monday and introduced it. Again, very little

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rain at all. Darren, thank you very much indeed.

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That is it from us for now. More on our Facebook page and website and we

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will be back with a related news. From any and all of the team, thank

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you very much for watching and enjoy your evening. -- from myself and all

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