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A former Met Commissioner says he's "disappointed" there'll be no trial

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for the murder of PC Yvonne Fletcher.

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He believes the public deserve an explanation.

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I don't know what the reasons but I have to say the public I think will

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be disappointed if they're not giving reasons this individual isn't

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prosecuted. Also tonight, As the Liberal

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Democrats launch their manifesto with a second referendum

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on the Brexit deal. Should European workers get special

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London visas after Brexit? A woman who has terminal cancer,

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tells us how she felt discriminated We catch up with the latest actors

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to transform themselves into the Addams Family,

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for a new musical production. Welcome to BBC London News,

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with me Riz Lateef. PC Yvonne Fletcher was just 25 years

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old when she was shot dead during a protest outside

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the Libyan Embassy more Despite many investigations,

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no one has ever been convicted for her murder,

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and yesterday Scotland Yard said a key suspect had been released

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and wouldn't be charged. Today, a former Met Commissioner has

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told the BBC he's disappointed by the decision and says the public

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deserves an explanation. Here's our home affairs

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correspondent Nick Beake. A scramble for cover as shots ring

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out in Central London. A 25 euros police officer, Yvonne Fletcher, is

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hit by the folly of bullets. Scotland Yard believes it could

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prove who was behind the killing at the Libyan embassy but that evidence

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won't be presented in court because of concerns over national security.

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It's a decision criticised by a former boss of the Met. My reaction

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is disappointment. I know the hard work gone into trying to get a

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prosecution and some of that has regenerated my time as commissioner

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so I am disappointed and I know other people are. I don't know what

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the reasons are but I think the public will be disappointed if we

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are not given reasons for why this individual wasn't prosecuted. A man

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in his 50s was arrested over the murder but now will not be

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prosecuted. The Fletcher family say they are deeply disappointed and

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frustrated. That is exactly how this retired police officer feels. He

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cradled Yvonne Fletcher in his arms as she lay dying. It's terrible, so

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disappointing and it is upsetting and we are full of anger about it.

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This is something that should have been sorted out a long time ago. And

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we really don't understand why they've come to this conclusion. The

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bullets were fired from within the Libyan embassy which was surrounded

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by the police for 11 days after the shooting. Eventually, diplomats and

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others were allowed to leave and deported back to Libya, including,

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it was thought, the killer. But it was only after Colonel Gaddafi's

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regime was toppled in 2011 that detectives said they discovered

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evidence of a Libyan plot to kill anti-Gaddafi demonstrators and

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police officers at the protest. But with this suspect released without

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charge now one former senior Met officer says there is little more

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the police can do. The rule of law must prevail and in these difficult

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cases if for whatever reason, and that explanation needs to be given,

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we cannot prosecute, we will step back. Today the government refused

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to comment on this decision to block a prosecution on grounds of national

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security. So where are we tonight? 33 years after Yvonne Fletcher was

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murdered at this spot, the chances of anyone being brought to justice

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is seen as slim as ever. The Liberal Democrats have put

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the capital's young people at the heart of their manifesto

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with a promise of affordable housing through a new Rent to Own scheme

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and an offer to restore housing They lost all but one of their MPs

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in the last election and they're hoping this pitch to a younger

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electorate will be enough to help Our political editor

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Tim Donovan is in Bethnal Green where the party will officially

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unveil their manifesto tonight. Their manifesto, pretty unusual way

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of doing this. Not just the timing but the style. I think you can

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notice that. And the place. This is Bethnal Green, described as an

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evolving, multi-youth Art space. Not many people sitting down here. Beers

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in their hands, you can hear the music and I think the Lib Dems are

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trying to give the impression they are relative bit more hip than we

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have thought in the past, not to say they are not offering conventional

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policies. Aviation policy. They are one of the main parties saying they

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will oppose Heathrow expansion. The Metropolitan Police, they will put

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?60 million plus into the Met. Focus on community policing. What they are

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offering for young people, they'd restore housing benefit for people

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aged 18-21. And what Tim Farron will talk about is a signature policy on

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housing which is an opportunity for young people to rent and a little

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bit of that going into an equity, they build it up and they can buy

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their home. People renting their home from a housing association,

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that rent would go into a pot so they'd owned the house. If they

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wanted to move, they could take that money into another pot so they'd buy

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another home from a housing association. It would help young

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people trying to get on the housing ladder. It might be very hip down

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there but the key question is will all these policies appeal to young

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people? I think it will be difficult to tell

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in such a short space of time whether or not people will buy into

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this rebranding but they've made their decision clear. I've talked to

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young people not far from here and it doesn't seem to be working quite

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yet among the younger group. No, I am a Labour girl. Would they never

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win you over? No. To be honest, I've stuck by Labour because for the

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younger generation, they are a lot more considered. I wouldn't. I don't

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find their party interesting. You'd vote for the Lib Dems this time?

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Why? They are moderate but they are the only parties saying anything on

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behalf of the 40% who voted for the EU. Do you think the Lib Dems can

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come back? It's unlikely at the moment, I'm not certain I am that

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keen on their present leader. Different views, as he can see,

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among older people, some of those who have been Labour supporters. I

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think it might take some time for them to reconnect with younger

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voters. Tim Farron is expected to take to the stage here at 7:15pm. I

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think they'll have turned the music down by then.

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I'm sure they will. Thank you. Well, as we heard there,

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one of the promises made by the Lib Dems is to offer another

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referendum on any Brexit deal, but is that an idea that

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will appeal to Londoners? One think tank believes

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the government should set up a visa system to continue attracting

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the best of Europe to the capital. An idea our political

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correspondent, Karl Mercer has Look what we found in

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Southwark Park this morning. This is a city that attracts people

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from across the world. And, today, Norwegians

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in the capital were celebrating Norway of course isn't

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in the European Union. But is part of the

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European Economic Area. It means its citizens can travel

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and work here visa free. Whatever happens after Brexit I hope

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and most Norwegians hope that we will continue to have a close

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relationship with our two nations. The main concern is we will struggle

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to stay and struggle to work. That is the main concern. We don't know

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yet. London as part of this country yet. London as part of this country

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London Visa. What would that mean London Visa. What would that mean

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about border controls and URLs? But that is along the lines of what

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one London think-tank is suggesting. A range of visas post-Brexit

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to keep the flow of people The Centre for London suggests

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three types of visa. A city maker visa, lasting a year,

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aimed at attracting A young European Visa,

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a two year one aimed at attracting lower skilled staff for things

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like the hospitality industry. And a new post study visa that

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would allow higher skilled students We think there needs to be a way for

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Europeans, particularly younger Europeans to come over here and look

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for work, to create new jobs, to build businesses and contribute to

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the economy. That should not have any bureaucracy with it.

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All of which would appeal to Yalda, a 27-year-old producer at a media

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Austrian, but who moved to London a year ago.

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I am definitely anxious that I will have to leave or that it is going to

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be a nightmare applying for a fees because I'd really like to stay. And

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my lunch -- London is my home. It definitely keeps me up at night

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sometimes. The biggest problem is if it is a

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regional scheme, it would be a political issue, deciding which

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regions are decided -- allocated to them and how is that determined? Who

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can shout the loudest, I suppose. Discussions on Visas are some way

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off, there's the small matter of an election first.

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And, staying with the general election for a moment,

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BBC London is hosting a special debate programme hearing

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from all the main parties on what they will do

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If you'd like to join us as part of the audience

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in a Central London location, just send us an email.

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A second day of garage excavations in Thurrock has still not found any

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trace of murdered schoolgirl Danielle Jones, according to police.

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The 15-year-old went missing in June 2001 on her way to school.

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Her uncle, Stuart Campbell, was convicted of her murder,

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The police search was prompted after someone tipped them off

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about some unusual activity at the site around the time

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Commuters on Southern Rail face more disruption at the end of this month,

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because drivers will refuse to work overtime.

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Talks have broken down between the company and the union,

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Aslef, in their long-running dispute over staffing and

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Services will also be hit by strike action on the 30th May,

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as RMT union members walk out over the same issue.

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The international director of a group which provides advice

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for people who it believes have been affected by the war on terror,

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has been charged himself, under the Terrorism Act.

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Muhammed Rabbani from East London was stopped at Heathrow Airport,

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and refused to give the passwords to his laptop and mobile

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Asad Ahmad has been following developments.

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In November, Muhammed Rabbani, from Bethnal Green, arrived at Heathrow

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from a trip from the Middle East. He said he was out there investigating

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an alleged case of torture. Police approached him, asked for his mobile

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phone and laptop which he freely gave him. The organisation he works

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for, Cage, say he wasn't accused of any crime and was happy to answer

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any questions about himself but didn't want to give any information

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away about the client he'd been out to sea. He wouldn't give the

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passwords to his devices because he says the laptop contained

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information about the case he was looking into and he couldn't abuse

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his client's confidentiality so please arrested him for wilfully

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obstructing an investigation under the Terrorism Act. And what has

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Muhammed Rabbani had to say? He says I'm innocent of the charges. He

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says, I believe I'm doing what any reasonable person would do under the

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circumstances in order to protect the privacy of a client. He says he

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will fight this case in court next month. He has the full support of a

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co-director at Cage who himself was interned at Guantanamo Bay for

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nearly three years. He says, I know what it's like to be forced to give

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your password to the authorities, I was tortured into surrounding mine.

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This story is quickly spreading around the world, and some of the

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websites I've looked at are critical of Met Police tactics. Scotland Yard

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have said they arrested take place and given those details and that is

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it but it is something we will keep a close eye on. OK, thanks very

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much. Still to come this

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Wednesday evening. I'm with this TV celebrity to hear

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about his new musical. Here's a clue.

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And it was humid again today and for some of us it was quite wet as well.

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What do we have in the run-up to the weekend? All the details coming up.

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Judea Bogles has terminal cancer, but she says her struggle has been

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made worse by the discrimination she's felt because of her sexuality.

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So much so, she's even gone as far as hiding the fact she's

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I'm going to have a cup of tea today. And relax. Home from home for

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Judea, visiting Saint joseph's Hospice in Hackney with a friend.

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She's been receiving care since being diagnosed with terminal cancer

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five years ago. She says the staff are excellent but that hasn't been

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her experience elsewhere. I've been asked whether my partner is my

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sister. Or just the uncomfortableness around our

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relationship. Which is verging on sometimes homophobic. Judea feels

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being gay has had a direct impact on the care she is received in the

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past. I feel like sometimes it may jeopardise my care. Being out. I've

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even lied in the past just for an easy life. And she's not alone.

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According to experts, there is a culture of discrimination towards

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lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients living with a

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terminal illness. We found the experiences of LGB TPP then London

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reflected those of the wider nation, so they've had experiences which

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were not always positive in health care. Imagine at the end of life

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when you feel particularly vulnerable and you need your care

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team to understand where you are, you don't need to feel you need to

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conceal your sexuality or gender history. It also says individual

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workers and organisations need to do more like additional training for

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staff on diversity and discrimination, more LGB to

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information, leaflets and posters visible in clinics and institutions.

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Crucially, there is a call for more empathy and understanding for

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same-sex relationships and the patient's partner. Judea says these

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small changes would make a big difference and thanks to Saint

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joseph's, her future isn't as bleak as it was. To have someone come into

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my life that understands me, it is wonderful, it has made a huge

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difference to my life. Next, they're now

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through to what's dubbed Reading have reached

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the Championship playoff final It means the club are a step closer

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to the Premier League, which could be worth

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millions to them. It is Reading who will

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march out at Wembley! It's been an extraordinary

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team effort for Reading This is what it means to be one

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win away from promotion to the Premier League

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and all of its riches after Reading's 1-0 victory

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at the Madejski Stadium last night guaranteed them a place

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in the Championship play-off final. The game was tight, 1-1

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from the first leg at Fulham. Well, it could mean

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as much as ?200 million. That's the eye watering figure most

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estimates claim the club could earn from one season in

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the Premier League. But, of course, there's

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still one game to go. It's great to be at Wembley,

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to play over there. I've been there in my

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career, of course. As a manager to go back

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there and play, of course, it's a different stadium but,

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you know, a lot at stake. Great prize that you

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can win for the club. Immediately after the game,

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Reading confirmed they had new majority shareholders

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in the form of Chinese brother and The take over by foreign investors

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yet another indication of the possible wealth on offer

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in English football's Supporters of the team they've

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called the royals seem certain Brilliant defending at the end,

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fantastic defending. Reading could earn a slice

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of the record ?5.1 billion Sky and BT Sport have paid

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for the rights to broadcast the Premier League but they'll first

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have to beat either Huddersfield Town or Sheffield Wednesday

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at Wembley in the winner takes all play-off final

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on the 29th of May. But elsewhere Watford parting

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company with their head coach. Not really. When you consider

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Watford have changed manager at the end of the last three seasons now,

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last summer it was key Kate Sanchez Flores who departed, despite taking

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the club into the semifinals and keeping them in the Premier League.

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Then another manager gone, despite taking them into the Premier League.

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The club has been owned by family since 2012 and their next

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appointment will be their ninth in five seasons. They are 16th in the

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Premier League, they won't be relegated but it isn't enough to

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keep the current manager in his post. He will leave the final game

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against Manchester City on Sunday, something Arsenal fans are not happy

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about because they are in a race to finish in the top four with

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Manchester City. Watford confirmed today what people expected. After

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the board discussed the future goals and aspirations, it was decided the

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manager would be stepping down and we thank Walter for his

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contribution. The next? We will wait and see.

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And you might remember them from the films,

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But now the Addams Family are taking to the stage

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with a new musical production, starring Les Dennis

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Alice Bhandhukravi has been to meet the actors backstage.

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It's been a much loved TV series since the 1960s,

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And now the musical is preserving the spooky family's cult status.

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Sam Womack plays the matriarch of the family so I went to speak

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to her as she got her make-up on for the show.

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It's a really nice insight into the Addams family

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as you haven't seen them before cos it's as they are facing a crisis.

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So, Wednesday's older, she is falling in love

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And it's the first time Gomez and Mortitia have had,

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For Sam, the process of putting on her ghostly make up

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and wig is very much part of the transformation into Mortitia.

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And, next door, Uncle Fester, or as we like to call him Les Dennis.

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I've gone from being dead in Coronation Street

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Were you a fan of the Addams family in its various guises?

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When I was a kid comedy TV series, the original black

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I tried to bring my own Fester to the stage.

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But this is what I also do because he's in love with the moon

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His head should look a bit moon like.

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I will play around with that for a while but their years,

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So, let's go and see how Sam's transformation is going.

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And so are Wednesday, Gomez and not forgetting Thing.

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I will have that tune in my head for a while!

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Let's get a check weather with Jay Wynne.

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We started out pretty warm and humid today and then the rain started to

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spread its way in from the West. This was taken by one of our weather

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watchers just outside new broadcasting house, showing the

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umbrellas. Here is the raider from today which shows that marriage on

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-- most of the rain has been out in the West but it has spread across

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the whole of our region and it is heavy in places and very nasty on

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the roads and pavements with a few rumbles of thunder. It is on the

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move and as we get towards the small hours of the morning, it clears to

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the east and we get the breeze coming in after the rain. It will be

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a much fresh start today. This morning, we were at 16. Tomorrow,

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single figures so a much fresh start to the day and it will feel a good

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deal fresher through tomorrow as well and it will be a decent day, a

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good day for getting out and about. It might start a little bit cloudy

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across eastern areas but it doesn't take long to clear away. We have

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sunshine coming through, the cloud increases and there is a chance of a

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shower, but it is mostly to the north and west of our region.

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Temperatures 17-19 but with some sunshine, it will feel warm but not

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as humid as it has been recently. For the end of the week, we start to

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see this weather system coming up from the south, just a glancing blow

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on Friday morning with some cloud and outbreaks of rain which clear

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away. We see a bit of sunshine and showers developing later on in the

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day so it won't be raining all day everywhere but there will be some

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rain at times on Friday. And some places will be up at 16-17.

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Saturday, starts chilly but it will be a reasonable day with a niche --

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with a few showers but some try spells as well. We see temperatures

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up to 18 or so. Looking ahead, well, on Friday, some rain at times.

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Saturday, a good chance of staying dry with the potential of a shower.

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By Sunday, another dry day with temperatures up to 19. If you're

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lucky, 20. Back to you. The Liberal Democrats have

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launched their manifesto today, with a pledge to offer another

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referendum on any Brexit The party is also promising to spend

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billions of pounds more on health and social care,

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and on schools. Wage growth has fallen behind

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the cost of living for the first time in three years,

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according to the Office Unemployment has fallen to 4.6%,

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its lowest level in 42 years. There's been an unprecedented

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increase in the number of unaccompanied child migrants

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and refugees travelling alone across the globe

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in the past few years, Lord Stevens a former

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Metropolitan Police Commissioner has said he is "disappointed"

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at the decision not to prosecute a suspect in connection

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with the murder of PC But Asad will be back

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with our late news at 10:30pm. Plenty more of course

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on our website. Or join the conversation on our

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Facebook page. From me and the team, thanks

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