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Time is ticking away. In just over a year, we will have negotiated the

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deal and start going through approval deal.

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Businesses add their names to an open letter to

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the Government demanding London's interests are protected.

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Part of one of London's biggest hospitals fails fire safety checks.

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I'm at University College Hospital's Neurology and Neurosurgery site,

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where cladding was found to be combustible.

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24-hour fire patrols have been put in place.

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The Queen officially opens the headquarters

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of the Metropolitan Police, in a ceremony postponed

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Plus a glimpse into the life of a Hollywood icon, as hundreds

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of personal items belonging to actress Vivien Leigh

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Welcome to BBC London News with me, Riz Lateef.

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London's businesses, politicians and institutions

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have joined forces to demand the capital's interests

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Today, they've published an open letter to the Government saying it's

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vital the city keeps its access to EU talent.

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The letter is based on research carried out

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It comes as a pro Brexit four was awarded special status for it's not

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summon, the only firm in London to achieve this.

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This family have been smoking salmon in London for over a century.

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But it isn't just a tasty lunch. It's now a cultural artefact,

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protected by European law. It's the same state as that champagne has

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come and Parma ham. It really pits London up there with great foods.

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Saw our food can compete with Europe, but can our city when we

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leave the EU? Many officials have signed up to an open letter to the

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Government, asking it to bear in mind London's specific needs when it

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comes to Brexit negotiations. In particular, it wants to see a stable

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transition period with access to the single market, so businesses can

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plan. It wants to see a liberal migration policy so there is still

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access to EU talent. And a deal which will mean it is easy to trade

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goods as well as services. I don't think this letter will dramatically

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change the course of Brexit overnight, no, of course not. But it

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is just one walkway to keep... To keep the conversation going, to make

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the voice of London businesses hurt. He says there has been a drop of

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European students signing up for courses because of uncertainty. If

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we don't have a trade deal, many businesses and London will not be

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able to do business. Intellectual property writes may not be

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recognised in film and TV. Many vital services may not be able to

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trade if we do not have a good trade deal in place, a good transition.

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Back in the smokehouse, the Environment Secretary was sampling

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the fish, while the ambition to get a good trade deal for Europe was

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cemented. He said that Brexit will afford opportunities. I think the

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object is to resell ourselves and to rebrand Britain across the world. An

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RNA, isn't there, that you are here today celebrating in honour -- there

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is an irony that yourself writing and honour given by the European

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Union, a body you to leave? There are a number of our unease here. And

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we have been in business since well before the EU came into being, and

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it was unaware that was going. If the British rid had its own award

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scheme, we would have done that. He doesn't know if he will keep his

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protected status after Brexit. Like everything else in this pox, that

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has still to be negotiated. -- every thing else in these sports.

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All change on the underground - why the announcements on the Tube

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Part of one of London's biggest hospital trusts has failed fire

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safety checks carried out following the Grenfell disaster.

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A building owned by University College Hospital has been found

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We can get more on this from Tolu Adeoye, who's outside UCH now.

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Yes, it's this building behind me, the clinical neuroscience Centre

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here at UCL. You can't see the cladding from the front of the

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building, its rabid bat. This is an outpatient year, only used during

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the day, and the trust has been quick to reassure patients. -- an

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outpatient unit. Its statement says...

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I have spoken to a member of staff here and they have told us that

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extra checks are being carried out, and war patrols, staff are being

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told to close stores, close windows, switch off equipment not being used.

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There are new evacuation point in place. Out there, we spoke to a

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first aid expert who said he was concerned. -- earlier. This is a

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huge problem, and I think at the moment, we have only seen the tip of

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the iceberg. People want to improve the thermal capacity of these

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buildings to make them much nicer to be in in winter. And you can see why

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they want to do it. But the last thing you want to do is wrap them up

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in petroleum-based products. Now, it was the Health Secretary,

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Jeremy Hunt, who ordered these text to be carried out. In total, 30 NHS

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organisations were found to have cladding the need to be checked. Of

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those, five were found to have unsafe cladding, including this

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building and also at Kings College. We were told the cladding at Kings

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College has now been removed. The cladding here is still in place and

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the trust says it is going to seek further advice before it decides

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whether or not to remove it. Many thanks for that update.

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Last week, the Home Office announced a 12 month amnesty for illegal

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immigrants who had been living inside Grenfell Tower.

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Investigators believe 350 people were living in the towerblock,

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but it's not known how many more were not registered as residents.

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Asian Network's Rickin Majithia reports.

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We may never know how many residents were in Grenfell Tower. One has

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agreed to speak to me today, she is from the Philippines.

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She lived with a friend on the 21st floor of Grenfell Tower.

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She has been living in the UK illegally since 2012.

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She has agreed to speak to us on the condition

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What support have you received since the night of the fire?

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I'm not paying the rent and I'm not supposed to be in the tower.

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That's why they have not recognised me, that I am one of the...

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Investigators believe that around 350 people

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were living inside the tower, but residents like Rhea

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were not registered, and it's not known how many other

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people were in the same situation and whether they are among

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I do believe that the toll is much higher than the one

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From what I've seen in the tower, as they say,

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And there are some people that had been homeless that

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were squatting inside the tower, sleeping in the stands.

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were squatting inside the tower, sleeping in the stairs.

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Last week, the Home Office granted a 12-month deportation amnesty

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But with a young son in the UK and a family

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to support in the Philippines, she still has fears

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After 12 months, I'm not sure if they are going to renew my visa,

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Of course, I wanted to stay here to support my kids back home.

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Her friend and her daughter both managed to escape

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They have since been discharged from hospital.

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But the experience has deeply affected her.

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How have you coped with the trauma of surviving something as horrific

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I'm trying to move on, talking to friends, you know,

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My friend, who I was talking to on the phone...

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I was so grateful that she survived because if not, how

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For life, I'm going to carry the guilt.

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A parliamentary vote on plans to expand Heathrow Airport have been

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In a statement today, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling

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said this year's election had lead to the postponement.

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The publication of the final Airports National Policy Statement

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setting out the Government's position and a Commons vote

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will now not take place until the first half of 2018.

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The Queen has officially opened the new headquarters

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The ceremony was due to take place back in March,

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but was postponed following the Westminster terror attack.

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Accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, Her Majesty toured

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the new multi-million pound building,

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which still has the famous revolving sign outside.

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From New Scotland Yard, our home affairs correspondent

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When Cressida Dick was six, she met the Queen for the first time

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Today, 50 years on, as Commissioner, she welcomed the royals as they

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arrived to open the Metropolitan Police's new HQ.

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Inside, the Queen spoke to armed officers who had been

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deployed during the recent terror attacks.

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As we saw there, recently, we can get there very, very quickly,

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She also met police dog Tigger and handler, who have protected

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And I've been around Windsor a few times.

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There was also a demonstration with a robot that is sent in to deal with

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It rips apart all the electric components in the device. Useful.

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I only had a couple of moves to do, and I had practice.

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So I didn't and embarrass myself in front of...

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Yeah, this thing is quite interesting, isn't it?

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Prince Philip was alongside the Queen when she opened

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And now, for the first time, a women runs Scotland Yard.

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I most certainly never dreamt I would be

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And I absolutely never dreamt that I would have the

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opportunity to welcome Her Majesty the Queen to

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Then it was time to see the views from the roof.

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Scotland Yard says this new building will be much cheaper to run.

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The force has sold off nearly ?1 billion

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property of the last five years as it's faced big cuts.

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We in the Met have protected your people since

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1829, and visitors from all over the world as well.

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For these visitors, a short trip home, leaving behind police men

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and women who are as busy as ever.

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The Mayor's outlined plans to build 50,000 new affordable homes

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across London over the next four years - in partnership with councils

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The money's coming from a pot already given by the Government.

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But critics say consecutive London Mayors have failed to grasp

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Thamesmead in south-east London was originally conceived nearly 50 years

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ago as a solution to the housing crisis. Social, council housing,

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built by the GLC. The area has continued to grow and is home to

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40,000 people. This new development by Peabody Housing Association will

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see more homes built. They have been given ?200 million by City Hall and

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say they will now be able to build 6000 new, affordable homes across

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London. What that with the means to us as we have got certainty that we

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know we got access to funds to help us invest in new sites and new

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schemes to deliver those urgently needed houses for London. Last year,

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the Government gave over ?3 billion to London for affordable housing.

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Now, over half of it will be given to councils and Housing associations

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to start building. 50,000 homes over four years. But Mayor of London

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Sadiq Khan has said he wants to build 80,000 homes and make

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developers deliver 50% affordable housing. Another election promise

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was that 50% of new development would be affordable, that it has

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gone down to 35% was that what has happened? A long-term strategic goal

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is to ensure that 50% of new homes built in London are affordable, but

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we found a way forward for we say to developers, if you can get a minimum

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of 35%, you'll have a quicker route through the planning system. And

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with more funding on offer, we can get the art up to 50, six 2% and

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beyond. But it exclaimed the mayor is building less new homes than

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Boris Johnson. It's an issue that needs to be addressed in London. The

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Conservatives kicked off a lot of those projects so that they could be

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tilts. The current mayor since one to go around and blame foreigners.

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Sadiq Khan's pledge is there on his website. Many Londoners feel

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frustrated about being priced out of their city. Even if these promises

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are kept and the homes are generally affordable, politicians all sides

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agree that this housing crisis will take many years to solve.

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50 years after Vivien Leigh's death, I'm at an exhibition showing many

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never before seen pieces from her private collection of paintings,

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Julie and memorabilia. -- Julie and memorabilia.

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Will we be seeing any more action from the roof at Wimbledon? At I

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will have the full forecast later at the programme.

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It's a common phrase that you may not give much thought to.

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But now, the term "Ladies and gentlemen" is about to reach

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the end of the line on London Underground,

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to be replaced by "Hello everyone" in an attempt to be more welcoming.

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Well, someone who welcomes that change is Amy Challenor, who's also

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the Equalities Spokesperson for Green Party.

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On a personal note, just tell our audience why this

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It's about being more inclusive. London is an amazingly diverse city.

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And approximately, over 5 million commuters on London's transport

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network, are probably outside of the normal gender binary. So it's about

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making an open step for them to feel more included on our London system.

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And as an individual, myself, it's getting rid of an outdated terms so

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that commuters can get the information they need more easily.

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Just a little earlier, we thought, let's ask people who were travelling

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on the chip what they thought. I think it's a good idea because it

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doesn't really change them, but I think it might affect,

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like, be more helpful to those Because ladies are different,

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gentlemen are different. It brings everybody together,

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"everybody" feels all inclusive. Picking up on that word that you

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said, inclusive. We have just celebrated Pride parade in London,

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of course. Deerfield there is a growing sense of inclusion in

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London? I would say it is growing, but there are still plenty of issues

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that are yet to be tackled. This is by no means the only thing that we

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are working on. But it is a small step that can make a big difference

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to a non-binary traveller. You think the science of things should be

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extended to other walks of life, other places that have can I

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announcement -- tannoy announcements? Adamek there

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definitely many places we can make improvements to be more inclusive to

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the Macedonia are staying in our society. Through working with the

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Green Party and still more, I am looking to help organisations

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improve that aspect. Thus might we are hoping more people will take to

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give us their view. There is a sense that might be said we had got so far

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on social media, lots of people are saying that it is political

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correctness CON. What you make of that? It's not about political

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correctness,, it's about making a small change. It is a small trend, a

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few seconds at the start of an announcement. But it can make a huge

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difference to diverse communities in London who travelled through London

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on a daily basis. How did you feel when you heard that this was going

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to be changed? Because for a mother people, they might not give it

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another thought, but clearly this is important to you. -- for a lot of

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people. This was a really good first step. There have been people working

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on this for over six months now, and to get to the point where we have

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affected change, was a really positive feeling. Make you very much

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indeed. Southern Rail's parent company has

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been fined almost ?13.5 million because of delays and

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cancellations to services. "Pathetic" s how the RMT

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Union described the fine. But the Department for Transport

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claims many of the problems Let's get more from

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Louisa Preston who's In the grand scheme of things, it's

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not a lot of money, especially given that the Government has just given

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so the rail millions of pounds to improve the same line. Sadiq Khan

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has been extreme the critical of the fine today. He says it is no

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consolation for commuters who have suffered an appalling service burn

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only to make years. At the today, I spoke to the owners of Southern

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Rail, this is what they had to say. The payment that we will make and

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invest back into our services reflects the suffering that that

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were delays the passengers have suffered. But it reflects that the

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majority of responsible do for the service disruption was, as the

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report said last week, down to the trade unions. A lot of blame at the

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unions' for, they. Something the Transport Secretary of the said

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today in the House of Commons. I have for months that the problems

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with this railway are not purely down to industrial action,

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there are other reasons. But I'm also very clear,

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Mr Speaker, and so is this report, that the prime

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responsibility for the trouble with the network in the last few months

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has come from trade unions fighting Playlet, criticism of the unions,

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Louisa, but what have they been seen?

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As you can imagine, the orangey or not happy. They have said the

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Government -- the RMT have said the Government had left Southern Rail

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off the hook, and that this amounts to a slot on the wrist. We also

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heard from the Aslef union, that they have voted to strike for three

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days at the beginning of August. If that goes ahead, it will mean a

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Whatmore disruption on this troubled mind.

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She epitomised Hollywood glamour both on and off-screen.

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Now, as hundreds of Vivien Leigh's treasured items are to

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go under the hammer, we get more an insight into her life

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Amongst the actress's things up for auction,

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a gold ring given to her by her husband, Laurence Olivier,

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and her personal copy of the book that inspired the iconic film

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Gone With The Wind, as Thomas Magill reports.

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Where shall I go, what shall I do? Frankly, my dear, I don't give a

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dam. Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara, the role that made her a

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star. But didn't come easy. She fought incredibly hard for her foot

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-- for it. It meant a lot to her. She saw Scarlett in the book and

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wanted to play that character. This year is Vivien Leigh's very own

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script from gone with the wind, the one she would have used to learn her

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lines. Now, family had decided to sell it, along with 250 other pieces

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she once owned. Many paintings, portraits and memorabilia she

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collected is now up for grabs. You're afraid to marry me. You can't

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do anything except say yes, no and... Leigh was the ultimate

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staffer generation and whose glamour. And now, some of that can

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be bought. -- the ultimate star of her generation. We have mink on the

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floor here, this is by one of the viewing's favourite designers.

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Famously, there is a Simek wonderful meeting with her and Laurence

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Olivier where she wore the score. Laurence Olivier is he with his

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wife... But away from the limelight, she was fiercely private, preferring

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to spend much of her time with her husband in Buckinghamshire. A home

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she deeply cherished. This was their special place in the country, bought

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at the height of the Second World War, when their house in London was

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bombed. Vivien adored the garden. There was no doubt it was a life

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like no others. Marriage to one of the greatest actors of his

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generation, she, too, was a Hollywood a list. But later in life,

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she returned to London and one true love. She wasn't dismissive of

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Hollywood and a understood how important Scarlett O'Hara was to her

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career, but her first love was theatre. It's 50 years this week

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since Vivien Leigh died from direct buses in her London flat, and her

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family say that now is the right time to let others enjoy the

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treasures she got so much enjoyment from. -- she died from to regular

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says. You're no gentleman! And you, Miss, no lady.

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Let's head over to Wimbledon now for a check on the

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It's been an eventful day, year in Wimbledon. A little bit

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disappointing, but life goes on and we've still got three great days of

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tennis left here. I have to say that Henman Hill is now a lot emptier

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than when I was trying to find just a little bit of space on that run

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packed Hill earlier on for the Konta match. But now it is starting to

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empty, we've got a doubles match on Centre Court at the moment. Lots

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more tennis to come. The weather has played ball today quite nicely. It

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has been dry, if you breaks in the cloud allowing such to come through.

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Looking similar this weekend, too. It should stay dry or mostly dry.

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The risk of a little drizzle at times, but the roof should stay

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firmly. The big difference this weekend is it will start to feel

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warmer. For this evening and overnight, we will see some

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brightness around, and then overnight, the global will start to

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thicken once more. So from this, we could see perhaps a bit of drizzle,

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but it should stay dry for the most part. It will feel fresh and

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comfortable relief are slipping, for this time of year. Lows of 13 or 14.

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Tomorrow, a bit of a grey, dull start. But slowly come it will

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brighten up, sunny spells going, there will be a bit of drizzle

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around through the morning but by the time of the men's semifinals in

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the afternoon, it should be bone dry. Sons sun-dried, a light

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north-westerly wind, so it will be a touch cooler than today, 22 or 23

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Celsius. This weekend, an injection of warm and quite humid air coming

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in from the south. There will always be 20 of cloud around, perhaps a bit

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of drizzle, just from the thickness of the cloud, but most of us will

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stay dry. With any sunshine, we will attempt tempered his peak in the

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mid-20s. We are probably more likely to see the sunshine on Sunday

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afternoon than on Saturday, and on Sunday, we could get highs of 27 or

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even 28. That's the more continuing to the start of the week, tempered

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as could go shooting up on Wednesday, but we won't talk about

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next week because by that time it will all be over and we will be

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pretty sad. But three days left, fantastic tennis to come.

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Thanks very much. The Prime Minister has admitted

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that she shed a tear when the election result became

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clear as it was a complete shock. Theresa May was speaking on the day

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the Government unveiled In London, businesses,

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universities and politicians have joined forces to demand

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the capital's interests They've published an open

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letter to the Government. We will of course be

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back with the latest From me and the team here,

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thanks for watching 'From the heights

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of the Scottish Highlands 'to the shores of East Anglia,

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I've travelled across Britain...' '..to learn about the food I cook

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for my family...' Tell me, what is so good

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about these potatoes? '..and to show you the most simple

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and exciting everyday recipes...' Oh, what's better than cheese?

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Cooked cheese! Join me on

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Nadiya's British Food Adventure.

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