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and on BBC One, we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Coming up on BBC London within the next half hour.

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Hundreds of weapons have been seized from London's schools over

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over the past 18 months, some from pupils as young as ten.

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These cases are very worrying because if you don't catch those

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young children now they will go on to continue to be more serious

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We'll hear from a Headteacher on how HE's trying to tackle the problem.

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Also tonight, the Cyber attack on the NHS, we'll have more on how

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the security breach is hitting hospital services in London.

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Plus, a London tech company secures a massive multi-million pound

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investment, one of the largest ever paid in Europe.

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beyond the gizmos, the geeks and gaming, I will explain why London's

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latest tech success story could mean that virtual cities are used to help

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create real ones in the future. practicing their scales outside

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a west end theatre. First tonight, we're looking

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at the new figures which reveal how hundreds of weapons have been seized

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in schools across London, They include samurai swords,

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knives and even air pistols. Most of the cases involve teenagers,

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but some weapons were found And it confirms what a senior

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police officer has told us that it's part of a worrying trend

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for younger children. Friday prayers at East London Mosque

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but today with added poignancy. Hundreds came to an another victim

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of knife crime. Prayers were said around the body of the victim,

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stabbed to death in east London in April. His family credit for change.

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Please pray for my son. This is what these kinds of crimes do to

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individuals and families in all communities, thousands of people

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today at his funeral were crying because of the loss. He is one of 16

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young people stabbed to death so far this year and there is new evidence

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that the problem of knives is coming through the school gates. New

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figures show an increase of the number of weapons being seized

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inside schools, over the last two years there were 533 weapons found

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in schools in London, they ranged from samurai swords to air guns and

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included bricks and rocks. The majority, 215, were taken from 13-15

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-year-olds but former taken from children who are just ten years old.

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Sometimes the younger children are used to carry for older children so

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they are learning from their siblings and peer group. These cases

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are very worrying. If you don't catch those young children now it

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will go on to continue to be more serious offenders. That is the

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challenge for police, finding the weapons before they are used. Last

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week BBC London went out with undercover police trying to reduce

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knife crime. A lot of kids carry in the schoolbags. It is not until

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another classmate tells a teacher that it gets found. That is where

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this sort of approach comes in. A response unit tackling knife crime.

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E has a bandanna on. Stop walking away. This is one way of reducing

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the problem but it also risks alienating the young people

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affected. Another option is weapons archers, one of the tactics being

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used at Newman Catholic College in London where the arches are used

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every six weeks. The school has no problem with weapons, the

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headteacher says that trust between pupils and teachers and local police

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is key. Psychologically children naughty teachers are everywhere, we

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stand in the same place every morning and welcome them, we conduct

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safety arches, that means they now the safeguarding and all those

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attended issues have a high priority in our lives and consequently in

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their lives. Charities see a lot of young people who carry weapons do it

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because they feel unsafe. What might help? Giving young people is based

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to be heard. A lot of people say that young people see the arm at her

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and therefore the give up, they are not being her so they feel there is

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the opportunity of a space for them to see how it is for them. The voice

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is important. What the programmes that we deliberately have that

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space. Violent crime in school is very rare but to keep it that way

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weapons must stay out of classrooms. Now more on that Cyber

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Attack on NHS computers. As we've been hearing hospitals

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services have been hit Alpa Patel has more on how this

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is affecting London's hospitals. This is causing massive disruption

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at hospitals in our region. At least eight hospitals have been affected,

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and they include Saint Barts NHS Trust, the largest in the country.

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Barts Hospital and new hospital also affected, the Royal London Hospital

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also affected, male and Hospital and whips Cross University Hospital,

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hospitals in Hertfordshire also affected. The Lister Hospital in

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Stevenage and the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre in Northwood. It is

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also affecting GP surgeries, we do not know how many but what this

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disruption means is that routine operations and appointments have

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been cancelled. And the answers are being diverted to neighbouring

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hospitals and switchboards are down. The other thing is that patients are

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being advised not to go into the AMD departments of the hospitals

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affected. I was speaking to one doctor who said he is using pen and

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paper for the afternoon and he said that the destruction is going to

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last into the weekend and into next week and one patient year told us

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that he is in for a liver operation for cancer. His operation has been

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cancelled but it was extremely frustrating and he is going to be

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here for the weekend. We know it ransom has been demanded, that has

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caused anger on social media. People saying that this is putting people's

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health at risk. This disruption is ongoing. We don't know when the

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system is going to be up and running again. Back to you.

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Well, to discuss the cyber attack further, I'm joined

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now by Robert Chapman, Chief Executive of company

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which trains the police on how to hunt the hackers.

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Was this a matter of when and not get as far as the NHS is concerned?

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It did not have to be a matter of when not if, essentially this type

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of attack is not a hack in that sense, it is basically e-mails that

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have been sent to somebody inside NHS Trust, they will have clicked on

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a link, maybe an attachment, that will then propagate across the

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networks of the reason things like this happen is either lack of

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training because they don't know what to do or potentially back-end

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systems where they do not have the right filters in place. Personally

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it is very disappointing it has been allowed to happen because it is

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avoidable in one sense. So you are seeing one person in the NHS could

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have clicked on a link and that was it? Essentially, one person opens

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the attachment and that releases the few want to call it a virus, into

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the network, it locks the computer which is where the mountain comes in

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but then it sensibly crawls across the rest of the network finding

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other computers that can infect and I am guessing it then jumped between

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different NHS trusts. Your job is to teach detectives how to hunt the

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hackers. How do you have these people down? Don't teach just the

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police, we also teach the IT Department of businesses. It is

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essentially about forensics, trying to understand where did this thing

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come from and tracing it backwards. It is kind of like a trademark in

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reverse. They should be able to work out where it has come from.

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Ransomware has a signature so the tension operators. They will be

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asking for big Colin which means the currency they are using is hidden.

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Tracing it back is difficult. But then statistics show only about 5%

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of people actually pay electronic ransoms. Very briefly on what to ask

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you this, as far as Londoners are concerned, should be that our

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information held by the NHS might get out? I don't believe the

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information in patient systems will become the mice, because of this

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there will be a lot of protection for those systems. This is about

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peoples desktops. Thank you. The Health Secretary has said Harlow

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needs a new hospital sooner rather than later. He was speaking after a

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talk at the Princess Alexandra Hospital which is in special

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measures. Conservative election candidates are campaigning for the

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hospital to be replaced. Here is a logical correspondence.

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It is a hospital with its fair share of problems, the Princess Alexandra

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is in special measures with buildings and services not up to

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scratch and long-running stories about it possibly being rebuilt. So

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what are we to make of this? The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt out and

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about in Harlow with his party's local candidate and seemingly coming

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with a promise. There is a real need for a new hospital, and I want to

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make a commitment now because it depends on future funding settlement

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but what I would say is that it would be a high priority for a

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future Conservative government to solve this problem. Health Secretary

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putting Harlow at the top of the list for a new hospital if the

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Tories win the election, or offering a pre-election gift to his

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candidate. Harlow will be one of the top priorities in the country for a

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new hospital because our infrastructure is aged and we have

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the highest A in England and we desperately need a hospital and the

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investment. There have been plans for rebuilding or moving Harlow

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hospital for several years, nothing it has been decided on the new site

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so do others fighting for the seat Byford today's developers?

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Possibilities and may sandbags are one thing but we know that the

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Alexandra is in special measures and there is a major shortage of nurses.

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It is just terrible. There are parts and places that need better people

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and the arts in places that need more space and beds. Until you

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actually get the finance from local government down to the local level

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that is never going to happen. What we need to do is look at another

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local hospital because the health services are struggling, and we have

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now seen GPs opening at weekends and -- to cope with the struggle. That

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was it for the questions, the answer is perhaps will come after polling

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day. And you can see a full list

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of all the candidates standing for election in Harlow

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on your screen now. A London tech firm which specialises

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in Virtual Reality simulations, has been valued at a billion dollars

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- after securing a massive The company uses cutting edge

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technology to create 3D games, It's yet another success story

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for London's tech sector, and Alex Bushill is in the very real

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world of Whitechapel As a gaming is no virtual reality

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has an obvious appeal and instant rush. But we are approaching a point

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where this technology no longer just powers our entertainment but helps

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us run our cities. That is the view of this London-based geek tech

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company as they like to be known. They have signed a deal worth nearly

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?400 million as the what to do more cloud -based competing for

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simulations. If you are able to completely recreate a city, or that

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infrastructure, telecoms networks, power grids, population, you can

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start to answer questions from the perspective of companies and

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governments that can guide how people make decisions. The bigger

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picture here is that all of the techniques we have available,

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machine learning and working in the past helps us find patterns in the

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past. He wants to answer what if questions about the future, should

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we this road or use this policy, we need a way of recreating the real

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world on a massive scale and the same technology that will power

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virtual worlds for entertainment will also power that. It also means

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London is one of the best place real cities to benefit from virtual ones.

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The tech sector turns over ?56 billion per year with more than

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300,000 jobs in London alone and it is growing fast. Over the last eight

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years we have seen 13.8 early in pounds worth of investment. That is

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four times our nearest rival. There are so many great talented

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colleagues I have managed to work with, many from the UK. This is a

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great place to start a business. We have some of the best universities

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in the world and some great talent. It makes me very excited about the

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ecosystem as a whole, not just improbable. This company has not

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even turned a profit yet, so this is a ?400 million bet, and you need

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only member the dot-com bubble of the 90s that remains you that this

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is a business that not only create illusions and writers but also falls

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victim to them as well. A whole new world opening up in front of our

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eyes. They're the group most likely

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to vote and account for nearly one But what issues will

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'older' voters be thinking Caroline Davies has been finding out

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over a spot of lunch. All singing, all dancing, there are

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more than 1 million over 65 in London. So what matters to them at

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this election? We went to freelancers to find out. The

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Caribbean Hindu cultural Society in Brixton. It has been going since the

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late 50s. This is the Britain and believe in. This is the bit and I

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11. Education is one of the guest issues. The future of the

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generations to come is the most important thing. Living wage for

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pensioners, I feel we are not getting a good deal. Over in Edgware

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at a Jewish care day Centre, the conga line is starting. I would like

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to see... At the end of the tunnel. In the general election I want them

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to look after us. And at age concern in St Albans they were cynical about

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politicians. I don't go much on politics, they are all part of the

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same brush. Immigration, because that would solve lots of problems.

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Over 65 age group most likely to vote but some think that turnout

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could be even higher if more effort was made to register people who do

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not attend groups like this but instead find themselves isolated.

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Once people going to care home settings the risk is that they

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become almost a kind of forgotten part of society. There are things

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that everyone can do to help all people in unity. No matter where we

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went for lunch one day she kept coming up. The NHS. Health care is

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very important. The National Health Service. But whatever the issue,

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there is now just under four weeks for these pensioners to make their

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voice heard. Having a very nice time as well. The time now is 6:45pm and

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what is coming up. Expecting plenty of sunshine this weekend and pretty

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high temperatures but will we have any showers?

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Join me later to find out. And find out later why this huge queue formed

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outside Tottenham Court Road this morning with a higher than average

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number of redheads and ladies with beehives.

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Six months after a road started to collapse into a series of sinkholes

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and Redding is is to be deterred. After an initial flurry of activity,

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everything has gone quiet. It has been like this since the beginning

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of December last year. Meanwhile neighbours are prevented from

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driving to or parking outside their homes. There is a lot of frustration

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because people just don't see anything happening. Five and a half

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months have elapsed since the road collapsed and all that has happened,

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all we can see has happened is a limited amount of survey work has

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been completed. But that is it. Some investigative work has been done but

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found there were four significant voice, one apparently 20 metres

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deep. We were told it would be a minimum of six months to complete

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the entire job, maximum about 18 months which is not helpful for the

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people on this road. Thames water declined an interview and will not

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officially confirm a timescale for the work but a recent traffic order

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has extended the closure of this road for up to two years. And just

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to let you know that Thames water see they aim to resolve the problem

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just as soon as possible. Chelsea could become Premier League

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champions tonight if they win away at West Bromwich Albion. They are on

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course to win the league title in the head coach's first season in

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charge. I would like to repeat that this is a good season, we want to

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become a great season and there's only one way, to take two points and

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win the title. If Chelsea do secure the title the night there will be

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sad faces to say the least in North London. That is not only thing fans

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will shed a tear over. It is the club's last ever game at White Hart

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Lane. It's been their home

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for more than a century, White Hart Lane, home

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to Bill Nicholson's magnificent 1961 team, the first double winners

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of the 20th century. Then home to great

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players like Greaves. And right now home to a team

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playing some of the best This same patch of green

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is where generation after generation of fans have come to cheer

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on the team, the pitch has stayed in almost exactly the same

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position since 1899, so while there is great excitement

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about the new stadium taking shape to my left,

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there is also sadness about leaving Because it is so close to the pitch

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there is a connectivity between the players and the crowd,

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I don't think you get Quite emotional for me,

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having been coming over here for over 50 years

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with my dad when I was small. I think that it will be

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a good thing for the club to have a bigger stadium,

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I think it will attract more fans and get more

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international recognition. Demolition will begin straight

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after Sunday's ceremony, the new stadium which overlaps

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the current site called an extra 25,000 fans with the capacity

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of more than 61,000. Until it scheduled opening

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next summer, Tottenham 1961 double winner Terry Dyson

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is among the club's legends who will be paraded on the pitch

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after the match against I think I will be a bit emotional,

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especially on the pitch. All those years ago

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I performed here. But like Danny said, they will never

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take your memories away. One of the most evocative stadium

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names in English football will be missed by many,

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a naming rights deal worth millions White Hart Lane will

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soon be no more. Here's a lady you'll recognise,

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both by sight and sound. The fabulous Cilla Black -

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who went from a cloakroom attendant Quite rightly, a musical

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all about her life is planned, and today,

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open-auditions for the Wendy Hurrell went to meet

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some of the hopefuls. I grew up in the 90s and so we

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watched Blind Date every Saturday. But before that, our Cilla

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was the sound of the 60s Auditions for Cilla

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the musical, the queue goes from the four-year all-round back

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to the stage door and they have been What is your name

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and where you from? My name is Chloe and

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I'm from Bournemouth. What's your name and

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where do you come from? Don't even start,

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I think that's all right. I think I can hear it,

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I don't know, like, I don't know. You're from London's

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so it is going to be a I went to a building

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site this morning about half six because I live with

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housemates and I can't wake them up I watched a building site around

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the corner and did a little # What's it all about,

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when you started out...# Suddenly this redheaded skinny girl

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from the back streets became a star, so I think it is right and proper

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that from amongst that there is # Anyone who had a heart

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would look at me and know that And these ladies should take heart,

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Cilla eventually became Brian Epstein's only female client

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but her first audition for She blames the Beatles,

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who were accompanying her. This is one of the things,

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this is why I am very sensitive to nervous play,

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because she had too much going on in her head and was thinking

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about what it meant and what it could lead to and what she wanted

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and this was an opportunity to get to where she dreams

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about getting too. And also, the Beatles were playing

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in the key, not her key. That is how she

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rationalised that after. She went on to have a 50 year long

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career as an entertainer so she has inspired generations,

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as this supportive dad proves. He has dyed his hair red

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especially for today. # Anyone who had a heart would take

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me into his arms and love me, too. Tremendous talent, a lot of people

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and Cilla Black impressions but to play Cilla Black is a whole

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different thing. I would say what you're saying

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before the report but you are telling us about the weekend

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whether! We will have a lot of sunshine. Not

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good news if you need more rain for the gardens but today we have quite

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a mixture. This weather watcher picture shows what it was likely the

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afternoon because you have a line of showers spreading across the region

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and through the afternoon and then the sunshine made a return as well.

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It is going to be dry for much of the night as well. It'll be quite

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warm and humid air coming up from the south, the wind has changed

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direction slightly, not south easterly, more of the South

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south-westerly and by the end of the night there could be enough clout to

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have the odd spit or spot of light rain but it will be another

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milestone with temperatures at 11 or 12 degrees. So then for the weekend

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it is mainly dry, quite warm although we will see a good deal of

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sunshine. Most of the showers will be to the north of the region. We

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start off with a bit of grey cloud around, little bit of light rain and

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then to the afternoon lots of sunshine. The odd passing shower to

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the north and west of path, but it should stay dry for most and seven

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July 18 or 19 degrees. Maybe a degree or so down in the Home

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Counties. Watch this weather front moved to Saturday evenings, into

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Saturday night it will bring a spell of rain and probably will be fairly

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useful to the gardens but Mr quite quickly. It will introduce more

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fresh air so we lose the human shields are things on Sunday but it

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looks like another lovely day to be hammered out. The chance of showers

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again mainly to the north and west of the patch, probably some heavy

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showers in the Midlands. A degree or so one in fact, 20 maybe 21 degrees

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with the wind coming in from the south-west. A big change on Monday

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with in any of the pressure coming in, wet start to Monday. Into the

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afternoon it looks like it will turn a little bit more dry and stay quite

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grey. It'll be on the warm and murky side and we see a return to them

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muggy air into Tuesday, with the coming in off in a confident. The

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clouds broke on Tuesday or Wednesday we could see temperatures in double

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- mid 20s. It looks like it is one it up into the start of next week.

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Before we go, there's just time to recap on the day's

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The NHS has been the victim of a major cyber attack -

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with at least 25 hospital Trusts across the country affected.

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Routine operations are being cancelled,

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patients are being sent home - and ambulances diverted.

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On the campaign trail, Jeremy Corbyn has warned

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against a 'bomb first, talk later' foreign policy -

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while Theresa May has accused the Labour Leader of 'deserting'

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what she calls the 'proud and patriotic' working class.

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A coroner has ruled that a teenager who died from an allergic reaction

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to his school lunch, could possibly have been saved -

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if staff had given him an adrenalin injection.

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14-year-old Nasar Ahmed collapsed at a school

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New figures show hundreds of weapons have been seized in schools

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Some carried by children as young as ten.

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That's it from us this Friday the 12th May - but only for now.

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I'll be back at 10.30 on BBC One with our next news.

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There's more on the NHS Cyber-attack on our website and the News Channel.

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If you lie your whole life, you cannot escape.

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