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Plus the JamBus - providing music lessons for Croydon school children.

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All thanks to one of the biggest pop stars on the planet, Ed Sheeran.

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Welcome to BBC London News with me, Riz Lateef.

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It's one of London's most famous landmarks,

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and is now at the centre of a conflict between

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the Mayor of London, an embattled local authority,

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and a Malaysian-led property consortium.

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Plans to slash the number of affordable homes at Battersea

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It would reduce its affordable homes commitment to just 9%. The

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developers insisted because of rising costs.

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For many years this was the engine of London, but for many years the

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question has been what to do with this building. Many projects have

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come and gone and it's usually about the figures. This latest one will

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cost ?9 billion to live, but before that they are going to deliver some

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flats. That will range in price for up to those with very deep pockets,

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about ?4 million for a four bed apartment. The big row here is about

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how many of those will be affordable. Originally, it was going

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to be more than 600 facts. That has now been cut to just 286. Or 9% of

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the total number. As prom to be Mayor of London to intervene. --

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prompted. Since it closed, rose over this

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building has been as dominant as its place on the skyline. What to do

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about a problem as complex as Battersea Power Station has occupied

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the experts for many years. Battersea Power Station is to be

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redeveloped. That is a sentence I accept three times in the past. I

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have been covering stories on Battersea Power Station for around

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20 years. In the mid-19 90s, the plan was for a theme park your, but

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one that was derailed, it was eventually sold to Hong Kong firm at

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part of you who put forward multiple plans, including one for a

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restaurant at one of the top of the towers. And that guilt, the

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financial crash hit in the whole lot came bubbling down. Then the

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Malaysians stepped in. They launched the project in Malaysia and when the

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then mayor was firmly on board, his successor has criticised Wandsworth,

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the local council, for allowing affordable homes but to be reduced.

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Londoners will not be... Wandsworth pointer it has delivered the second

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number of affordable homes in London and this project will deliver a new

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chip stop and 25,000 jobs in the area. The developer says it will

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deliver for the giving idiot. Battersea is about homes and jobs.

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50% commercial, 50% residential. 20,000 new jobs across the site and

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?2 billion in terms of tax revenues. Now what we have is an agreement

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that it isn't capped at 15%, if we provide more than that, we perform

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more than that. So many people are still on housing waiting less. The

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impact that this has on the housing crisis really shouldn't be

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underestimated. Rents and home ownership is coming down. This is

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because we don't have enough homes and genuinely affordable homes. --

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vents are going up. Developers wriggling out of producing them make

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things worse. But we definitely need is politicians at every level

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sending strong signal that this is unacceptable. There is no doubt this

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development will finally breathe life into this area. How much it

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will truly benefit the minute he remains up for debate. Adamant

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anybody begrudges this project been delivered. This area was once

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Catholic and derelict and instead we are promised that the streets will

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be vibrant with restaurants, cafes and bars. Goodness for the area.

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Shelter pointed out today that there are currently 230,000 households on

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waiting lists, 90,000 jobs and in temporary accommodation. No wonder

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it is frustrating position when so little of the flats will be

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affordable. The mayor said he had set up a task force to drop the

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plan. In future, they will insist on 35% of affordable housing in all

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projects and hope for a 15%. Saying that is one thing, delivering it is

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another thing altogether. Thank you. Traders say they have lost

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everything in a massive fire that broke out overnight in Camden

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Market. It took 70 firefighters to get

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the blaze under control, but there are no reports

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of any casualties. It's the third major fire to hit

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the market in a decade. Just after midnight at Camden Lock,

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millions come here every year to shop in the market. For some hours,

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it looked like it might be lost. Firefighters managed to contain the

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blaze and thankfully no one was hurt, but dozens of London traders

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had lost their livelihoods. Yvonne had just been taken to be the shell

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of her jewellery store she had run for the last 15 years. My friends

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called me at 12am and I was sleeping. I did know of is

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happening, I thought it was an emergency agriculture back into said

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it was on fire. Everything gone is all gone. It is the central market

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hall with what the fire started. Another guess kids all but drives

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store was also lost. -- decades-old guitarist. Tens of thousands of

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pounds have gone up in smoke. Coming here and seeing all the glass

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smashed in and the roof completely gone, I felt very emotional and

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quite shocked and devastated. Can fire engines were on the scene in

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minutes. 70 firefighters fought to stop the spread to nearby pubs and

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restaurants. An investigation into how the fire started is underway. It

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was a big fire woman got here. The fire crews worked very hard. Be

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contained within that eerie. We managed to save the rest of the

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property. Is the second time in recent years that the north London

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market has been hit by a serious blaze. In 2008, a fire pit many

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traders out of business for 15 months. The issue we had there was

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that it took weeks for traders to be relocated to position to trade. For

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a lot to trade. Free water market traders, if you miss a week of trade

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you can lose your business completely. The question isn't about

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the fire was being damaged and loss, it's about getting traders back to

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work as soon as possible. Be traders are confident this tight-knit

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immunity will pull together to support those who have lost. Many

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are grateful that it could have been worse.

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A 13-year-old boy has died after suffering an allergic reaction

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He passed away in hospital yesterday.

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Another teenage pupil from the school has been arrested

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Sonja Jessup is in Greenford for us now.

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What more can you tell us? Tonight the school has named the boy who

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dies. They say he was a popular and bright year eight students here at

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William Perkin Church of England High School, who excelled in maths.

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They say we don't know exactly what his allergy was, but what we do know

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is that almost two weeks ago now, he suffered a severe allergic reaction.

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Staff say they were quick to step in and called the London ambulance crew

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into trying to help them. They rushed him to hospital in a

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life-threatening condition, but sadly on Sunday he died with his

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parents by his side. What do we know that the police investigation?

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That's right. Police were called in to investigate because an incident

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had occurred leading up to him coming into contact with whatever it

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was that he was allergic to. They arrested a 13-year-old boy, a fellow

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pupil here at their school and they released him on bail. Of course, it

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has been a difficult time for staff and pupils here. We spoke to the

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executive head teacher earlier about the impact his death has had. He was

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really well integrated into his year group. These students have sent a

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lot of good wishes to him in hospital. Subsequently they have

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spent time in the chapel expressing their grief. As been a very sad time

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for the school. The school says it will review its care procedures with

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students with identified medical requirements. Though it says it is

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confident it does have robust measures in place. The school says

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it spots and players are with his family. -- thoughts and prayers. As

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you say, a very difficult day for the school and his family.

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Police investigating an acid attack in Beckton last month

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Resham Khan and her cousin Jameel Muhktar suffered face

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and neck injuries when the acid was thrown through their car window.

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24-year-old John Tomlin handed himself in to an east London

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Guards and drivers from the RMT Union on Southern Rail are on strike

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until midnight tonight in the on-going dispute over

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the removal of guards from the platforms.

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However, Southern expects most services will run

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on an amended timetable, and advised passengers to check

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It's been at the centre of planned change in the NHS

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But could the future of St Helier Hospital in south-west

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London have just become a bit clearer?

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Today, bosses there released plans to build a new ?400 million

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More from our political correspondent, Karl Mercer.

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CROWD CHANT Over the years, politicians have

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been left in no doubt about what campaigners think to change things

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have a hospital. This was former Nick Clegg. This was Health

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Secretary Jeremy Hunt making a surprise visit before the last

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election. Lets hope you never need an A E, Mr Hunt! Today, the latest

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in a long line of plans aimed at transforming local health care. A

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pitch by local hospital bosses here for a new hospital either at Epsom,

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sat in order here. The video explains why they say they need the

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new site. The windows have been replaced, but the are still very

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draughty and when it rains, water will come through the ceiling, so we

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have to move the bed away from the walls. A indifferent to say that the

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500,000 people that we provide health care to have not been served

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well by these reviews. It is finally time to come to a conclusion about

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making a case to invest. Campaigners remain unconvinced. This would mean

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the loss of one blue light ENT department were ever the hospital

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goes. Usually there is a preferred scenario in there between the lines.

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The MP told us it was to go to the milestone because the Mazda needs

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acute services. We are going to lose our acute services in Epsom and St

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Helier's Hospital. Up to ?4 million for one London Hospital is a big ask

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for a central Government. Once we have the business designed up and we

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know the site and the cost, then we can go to the Treasury and look at

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alternative sources of funding. Perhaps borrowing money from pension

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funds, which is what I be talking about a little while. Today starts a

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long process, even if it goes well, it could be many years before we

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have a new spittle. Zane Gbangbola was just seven

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when he died in his home. It was during the Chertsey

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floods, three years ago. An inquest said it was

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because of petrol pumps being used in the basement

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to remove flood water. His parents have always disagreed,

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blaming a landfill site by their home for releasing toxic

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fumes when it flooded. Now this programme has seen letters

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from the council offering to protect their homes

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from the landfill. As you can see from Zane's

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pictures, a beautiful boy. He was always smiling,

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always having fun. Our life is destroyed,

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as you would expect All we've ever asked

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for it is answers. For Zane's family,

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there are still so It may not look it, but this

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is an historic landfill site. Zane Gbangbola's parents have always

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maintained that their son died a result of toxic gases

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released from there when the family home and other properties here in

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Chertsey were flooded back in 2014. But that theory was rejected

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by an inquest last year, which ruled instead that Zane died

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from carbon monoxide poisoning, from a petrol pump his parents

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were using in the basement Surrey County Council has written

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to nearby properties. Mr Gbangbola showed me the letter,

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which offers to pay Specifically replacing any sealed

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air bricks that might The letter raises concerns for any

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properties in proximity to landfill. Advising them that there will be

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migrating landfill gases that will This is essentially

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what we've been saying all along. The letter came

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after Zane's inquest. And, of course, now it's quite

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clear that what we've been saying has been

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a problem from the outset. In response, Surrey County Council

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released a statement, And the local District Council also

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underlined how this was merely a precaution,

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relating to potential risks from landfill

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in general and not

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specifically the site. It is of no comfort to Zane's

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father, who is now calling for an independent public enquiry

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for the answers he still seeks. Join us later on a programme. , Join

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us on an amazing musical... And Santa Claus roof at the ready,

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London is finally getting some rain this month. All the details later.

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-- centre court. He's been looking after 2,500

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acres for over 30 years, but now the Richmond Park

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gamekeeper is retiring. He's written a book

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about his time there, calling it the best job

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in the world. Gareth Furby's been to meet

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him, and be warned - you may find a few of the images

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in this report upsetting. After 30 years, John is saying

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goodbye to the workplace he's loved. And to see why, you only have

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to look at his office. All you deal with is

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animals most of the day. John Bartram has spent most

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of his life as the gamekeeper in We are going to go

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looking for stags. I'm going to show you things that

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I used to have to do on a daily basis, which I felt

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made the job great. Every day, he has

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checked on 600 deer. And every year, searched

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for newborns in the bracken. The calves and fawns are born

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in bracken like this and our job would be

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to walk through here I have done it

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sometimes, and the baby I have gone to walk away

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and he's running behind me. But as well as new life, John has

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had to deal with a fair bit While we were filming,

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another call came in. If you find the sight of dead

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animals upsetting, you may But for John, this is

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just part of the job. There have been times

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when it's been hit by a car and it still alive,

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but it is in serious trouble and it needs dealing with,

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so you might have to shoot it. As gamekeeper, John was also tasked

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with the annual cull. For three months of

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the year, selected deer are shot to keep

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the population to 600. For John, it adds up to thousands

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of weaker or older animals You've got to be talking the few

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thousand I should have thought in You're going for the worst

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animal every time. So, you're looking for one

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that is, you think, in the natural world,

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a pack of wolves would take it out. I mean, not everybody

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is happy with killing There are people who think

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we should leave these alone. But up until now,

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the only perfect system And until the policy

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changed, John would prepare venison meat

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from the cull for Buckingham The Queen would draw up a warrant

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list and on that list, would be all members of Parliament,

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whoever was in power at the time. So, it would be from

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the lowest minister up to They would get a free

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haunch, which was a back Tony Blair stopped it

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and the Labour Party. She gets all the venison

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she needs and requires from her own

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estate at Windsor. Some things may have changed,

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but in many ways, Richmond Park is still the place it was

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when first established in 1637. And now it's saying

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farewell to a gamekeeper who gave it the best

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years of his life. It's been another successful day

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for Brits at Wimbledon. And waiting in anticipation

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for their turn are our The sport is continuing

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grow at the tournament. But as Emma Jones reports -

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one London player can currently only dream of competing there -

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that's despite victories An historic moment at Wimbledon,

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as last year the Championships hosted singles wheelchair tennis

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for the first time and celebrated

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with a British winner, Gordon Reid. But for Andy Lapthorne,

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the wait continues. At the weekend, he did play on grass

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at the new warm up event for wheelchair tennis players,

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but at the moment, the six time Grand Slam winner can't play

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at his home Championships. I would honestly give it all back

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for one chance to play at Wimbledon, because that's

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what every young kid in this country It's a dream of mine,

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a dream of many members of my family that want to see

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me play at Wimbledon. So hopefully in the future,

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we can get that. The obstacle for Andy is that

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while Wimbledon does now have wheelchair doubles and singles

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tournaments, it doesn't stage a quad tournament for players whose

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impairment affects three or more And while there is now

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talk of that changing, It's clearly something that would be

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appropriate one day, I'm sure. We need to look at

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all sorts of things, scheduling, the impact on the courts

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and all that sort of thing. We want to bed in the

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singles events, which got off to a fantastic start last

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year and one day I don't doubt that Grass courts are more physically

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challenging any hard quiz of the Australian and French opens,

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but for those players who will be at Wimbledon, there is

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lots look forward to. It's our home Grand Slam,

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it's an honour to be there, the public are fantastic, the spectators

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bring such an atmosphere. It is really good

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tennis to watch and to For now, Andy can only watch

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and wait and hope that one day he will have the chance to celebrate

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his own Wimbledon success. This bus has been converted

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into a classroom for music lessons thanks to one

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of the world's leading Ecclesbourne Primary School

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in Croydon had struggled to teach music in the past because of a lack

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of facilities, but one of it's teachers decided to call

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in a favour from a friend - who just so happened to be

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popstar, Ed Sheeran. The bendy buses stopped

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carrying London's passengers When the new music

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teacher here discovered there wasn't a suitable

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room in the school, I was really confused,

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like, OK, a bus. But the thought of it

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actually surprised me and I thought, "This

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is going to be really

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good music lessons". The teacher had the idea,

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but the school didn't have Because before some of his

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students were even born, Mr Sproerer had made friends

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with another musician, called Ed. I first met him when he first

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arrived in London. I was pushed into them

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by my manager at Just do what you can do,

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do what you can do". And it formed a lasting

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friendship and I asked him. I thought that all

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the success, do you And he was dead

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on board straightaway. And I was so pleased

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that he said the cash and Without his support, I don't think

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we would have got there. I just want to thank

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Ed Sheeran for doing it and his money, because most

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superstars would just be greedy and keep

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You can make as much noise as you want.

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It just seems that great space to do music.

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But the project is not finished yet, the school is trying to raise

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another ?20,000 to make the bus were comfortable.

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Please, could you donate anything you can? Give the temperance, ?100,

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anything. They have the rhythm here, but why not the funds? We are

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ranking in a time when children how to make big decisions about how

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money is spent. -- the schools. It is unfortunate that we are having to

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go to the public and have him to back the bus. When it comes to the

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road, the public were divided over the bendy bus, but herewith the

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musicians of Croydon, it has introduced them to a whole new

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musical world. Let's head over to the All-England

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Club and to Wendy to see how Hello. It was Isa Nacewa five Remy,

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because I knew there was a chance of a thundery shower breaking out here.

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They have kept away for most of Essex, Hertfordshire. One or two

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developed across Sussex late afternoon. There is this malt risk

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of getting them here or elsewhere in London. For the rest of the evening

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and overnight, we have seen a shower as commie may continue to see one or

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two more. You have been quite heavy with thunder as well. The second

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part of the night will become largely dry and it's going to be

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quite one again. Throughout the night, there is clouded creeping up

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on us. Tomorrow, as you look up, not much blue sky overhead. It will be

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quite leaden. From the word go, one or two outbreaks of light rain as

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well and that might stop plate here at Wimbledon. It will be mostly

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stopped coming afternoon. Perhaps under the clouds roof, because it is

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a very good chances going to rain all afternoon once it gets going.

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Some places will get heavy bursts of rain as well. The only thing about

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tomorrow is it will be a good deal cooler. Temperatures of around 21

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Celsius compared to the 26 we had today. That ring continues overnight

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on Tuesday and into Wednesday morning. If you're up early, you

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might see the end of it, but Wednesday will be largely dry with

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sunny the afternoon. Average temperatures for the time of year.

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On the outlook, you will notice that there is a pretty good day as well.

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On the cool, dry with sunny spells. Then it looks like we are going to

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throat drying a bit of worry can the South East on Thursday. Tebbutt is

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picking up a notch or two on what we will have tomorrow. Friday largely

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dry after one or two showers in the morning. Don't get caught out

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tomorrow, take a number like to murk. A few are watching tennis it

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will be under the roof at Centre cloud. A lot of rain tomorrow

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afternoon. I will remember my umbrella. Thank you, windy.

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The parents of the terminally ill baby Charlie Gard who's

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in Great Ormond Street Hospital have returned to the High Court to hear

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people escaped the Grenfell Tower fire in North Kensington last month.

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At least 80 people are thought to have died in the blaze.

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President Trump said he did not know his sun and son-in-law met with the

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Russian lawyer with links to the Kremlin during the US presidential

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campaign. More on the stories on our website and please get in touch on

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Facebook. I'll be back later during

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the 10:00pm news, but for now from everyone on the team,

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have a lovely evening.

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