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As police release footage of two suspects following

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Doctors tell this programme the importance of first

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it can make the difference between the patient having a relatively

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simple bandage to or cultivated one Wunderlich suddenly.

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Evacuated from their homes following the Grenfell tragedy -

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Camden residents describe urgent safety work on their tower block

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I had an independent electrician, in and tell me that my flat wasn't safe

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and that was the main reason why I chose to go to a hotel because they

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said to me this is a massive issue. Why London universities

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are demanding Government assurances Also tonight - the capital prepares

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to host World Athletics Championships and Usain Bolt's last

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appearance before he retires. Why one of London's oldest pie

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and mash shops is having Tonight a call for the public to be

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better educated over what to do London doctors say those who witness

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such incidents have a vital role to play in offering immediate first

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aid -- which could make a lasting It comes as a London borough

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announced it was introducing measures designed to make it harder

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for young people to buy acid. Video footage released by police

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today after an acid attack in Knightsbridge. They want to trace

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these two men on the Muppet. They threw a corrosive substance in the

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face of a pedestrian who suffered minor burns mainly because a

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passer-by dosed with water. It could have been much worse. He just

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started squeezing it... In June this man suffered a random acid attack

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and be scarred for life. Specialist units have seen and our subsequent

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acid attacks in recent months reflecting police figures are

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surgeons are calling for more public awareness. Witnesses can play a

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crucial role in minimising long-term damage. The danger is a relatively

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superficial I can be treated just with dressings but if the injury as

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damage deeper layers of his skin surgery will be necessary in the use

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of skin grafts and the need to inform the patient will be permanent

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marks of scanning becomes imperative. Quick first aid reduces

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the chances of that. Yes. This delivery driver was attacked

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three weeks ago. I was really scared. I didn't know what to do. I

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came running like crazy. Drivers have become so scared, one company

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is trialling helmet cameras. It is thought acid is being used because

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it is easy to get hold of and legislation as lists of Atlantic

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position of NA. Shopkeepers are signing up to a voluntary team to

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restrict restrict the sale and it is backed by the council. You'll be

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identification and refusing to sell these kind of products to anyone

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under the age of 21. They'll also be any suspicious sales. Police say

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there are far fewer acid attacks than the crime and people shouldn't

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be unduly alarmed. But being improperly prepared to help could

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minimise serious injuries. The Mac being properly prepared.

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We're with some of the capital's brave men and women as the Brigade

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"Shoddy or incomplete" That's how residents living in a tower block

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in Camden have described urgent safety work that was carried

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out in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire.

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People living on the Chalcots Estate were among around three thousand

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people who were told to leave their homes six weeks ago.

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The work was carried out by Camden Council, but was signed

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off by Building Control at Lambeth and Westminster Councils.

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This woman lives on the 17th floor on the Chalcotts estate and

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assisting in hotel because she says she's too scared come back here. I

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have two young children aged one and four, I won't be able to relax, how

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am I going to be able to concentrate on their safety. And when to be a

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nervous wreck the whole time. After the building was evacuated the

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council added if fire door closer to her front door to make it safe.

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That's meant to make my door slams shut. You can put your hand through

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it. It's a bit smaller down here. Fire wardens have been placed on

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every floor of the towers but despite this fella who lives on the

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ground forces she doesn't feel safe is meant to be boxed them some sort

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of material, but it is clearly discovered and cardboard. As you can

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see the wires are just left stuck in. How does that make you feel? It

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makes me feel like like my landlord doesn't have my best interest of up.

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An independent fire safety expert has been carrying out his own

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assessment of some of the flats. The once been a cover-up. I have come

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across Fire beach after fire reached around gas mains between the flats

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and the gas rises. The fire protection isn't there. But more

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work still needs to be done, Camden Council insisted towers had been

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made safe. They have been sent off along the way by independent body

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control but crucially I didn't ask anyone to move back to those blocks

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until I'd heard from the fire brigade who are on site that they

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are safe to do so. The removal of the cladding from the blocks will

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begin in the coming months but restoring trust in the council could

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take even longer. Meanwhile we can get an update

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on a second round of large scale testing on cladding and insulation

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on high rises which has The Government took the same

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cladding that was used on Grenfell Tower and tested it by setting fire

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to it with different types of insulation and in the first two

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incidents does the tests had to be stopped after seven or eight minutes

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because the fire got so high so quickly even though the test was

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meant to last 40 minutes. No wonder the Government said the step of

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cladding should not have been used on any building at all. The former

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London Fire Commissioner and chair of the Government advisory panel

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says that he believes it is probable that landlords who owned buildings

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with this type of cladding around it will have to have them taken down.

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More than that, he also said it is no evidence to suggest that this

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type of cladding was ever tasted in this way before. That is despite

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Audi regulations saying all materials have to be studied and

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tested to find out whether they are safe or not. As of last week

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building regulations are now being reviewed and Sir Ken Knight says

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that is good chance of a number of them will have to change will stop.

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Well there's been much praise for the incredible

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bravery of our firefighters in recent months.

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The London Fire Brigade, which is on a recruitment drive,

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says Grenfell and the recent terror attacks have been an unprecedented

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And not indicative of a typical day in the life of a firefighter -

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It's been a year like no other for London's emergency services.

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Terror, tragedy, but underpinning their response

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We are watching Green Watch put through their paces on a training

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They've attended Grenfell Tower and the London terror attacks.

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The reality is their day-to-day involves more of this sort of thing

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This is not real life but at this moment in a real-life situation,

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you're about to put on your breathing apparatus

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and go into the unknown, what goes through your mind?

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We are constantly thinking about what we're going

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What we are looking for, how to find a way in and out.

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Is there a point where you go, I really don't fancy this today?

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We've been provided with the training.

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Personally I feel if someone is in there and we are looking

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for them there in a much worse position than we are.

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And our training and equipment will hopefully keep us safe.

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Now they want more of us to join them.

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There's natural wastage every year with retirements,

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promotions, people moving on, different career paths.

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There's always a churn of people coming through the organisation

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and today, now is a particular time when it is a deal

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Some of the greatest satisfaction is through some of the more mundane

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incidents that we attend to every day.

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In anything from someone who has been shut in a lift for a period

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of time and maybe has claustrophobia, it can make a huge

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The brigade hope a new TV documentary can encourage more

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people to enrol but it is perhaps a testament to our firefighters

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given recent events that more of them simply haven't walked away.

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The mother of Sally Anne Bowman - who was murdered in Croydon in 2005

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- says her daughter's remains have had to be exhumed...

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After her grave was repeatedly desecrated.

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Linda Bowman told a newspaper that "cruel people" had targeted

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the eighteen year old's burial place four times in six months.

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She said her daughter's remains were removed

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An investigation into the Croydon tram crash is likely to call

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To prevent serious accidents due to travelling at excessive

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Seven people died and fifty-one were injured in November last year.

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The Rail Accident Investigation Branch says it's also

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likely its final report will call for improvements to

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An organisation which represents five of London's top universities

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is calling on the Government to offer assurances to EU staff

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Our Brexit reporter Katharine Carpenter joins me now.

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the Uk's top universities - five of them are in London

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Between them they teach over 19,000 students from the EU and employ more

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members from the EU - but the Russell Group says it's

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finding it increasingly hard to recruit talent from the EU now

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The picture we are seeing at the moment is that some European staff

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choosing to leave the UK but equally as universities continue to recruit

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European stuff into their institutions. What we need is

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clarity from the Government as soon as possible because of the high

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levels of anxiety, people will be considering what the options are for

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the future in the UK, need to give uncertainty about that as soon as

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possible. Now there are ten

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areas the group says need clarity but its key demands

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are that the Government needs to make it easy and affordable

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for EU academics to apply for settled status without bogging

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them down in a lengthy And it wants those that already have

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residency to get settled The group also wants assurances that

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EU academics and students who leave the UK temporarily to study or carry

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out research won't lost settled And it wants the Government

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to ensure that new EU students arriving here over the next two

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years are able to stay on after their studies to get jobs

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and that their qualifications Last week at end of most recent

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round of talks David Davis said he was "pleased by the progress"

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that's been made but the negotiators published a table showing

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where they had common ground and where they disagreed and there's

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still a lot of talking to do. The Government has made it clear

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that no family with EU members will be split up post Brexit

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and it's said that all EU nationals will be able to apply

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for Settled Status once they've been But there are sticking points -

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one of the main ones being the role Today the Government reiterated

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that it was committed to recruiting the brightest and the best

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into higher education and said it will ensure that any new process

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for applying to live and work here would be as streamlined

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and user-friendly as possible. Preparing for another big sporting

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event at the Olympic stadium - as London gets ready to host

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the World Athletics championships. Meanwhile England Women's football

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team are now the favourites to win the European Championships -

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I'm with some of the home fans It's the eve - of one

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the biggest sporting events at the Olympic Stadium

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since the 2012 Games. And as the capital gets ready

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to host the World Athletics Championships Chris Slegg

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is at the Queen Elizabeth And of course the fastest man

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on the planet appearing for the last You saying about telly-mac Bolt

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preparing for the BA Gordon goodbye and there is a new sense of the

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scale of these championships because we have lists and tone who have come

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down to see the stadium and day before anything begins. We had to

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queue for an hour for our accreditation, so many journalists

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here. For all of its problems with doping scandals and Russia still

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banned, athletics remained a sport with huge global appeal. Let's hear

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from some of the stars of the show starting with the greatest of them

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starting with the greatest of them all.

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The London crowd really made me know what it means to be supported.

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They really came out every day and showed their love

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We put on this vest and we run for people all over the country,

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all over the world and we kind of do them proud.

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And to have that home advantage in the last 40 of the 200,

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It is once-in-a-lifetime to have the Olympics right

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on your doorstep and then you come back years later and it is

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You know what, I'm going to end it at that track.

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The last major championships for more fire. Any man who grew up in

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Teddington yet another golden double Coric the UK terror threat level

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remains at severe and has been a visible Metropolitan Police presence

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here today put them in handing out leaflets, talking to members of the

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public and telling them about what they are going to be doing to keep

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people safe. I been speaking to some of those members of the public

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asking them whether that in fact does reassure them or does it rather

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leave them more concerned? Not at all. You can experience it and not

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have to worry about a few individuals that want to cause

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chaos. Security should be taped because of what has been happening

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for the past few months, nothing is unexpected. Ensure should bring lots

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of stuff behind the scenes that often people don't realise so I'm

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sure if you didn't get on and enjoy what is going on the new district

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lives. London of course well used to big events. This is not on the scale

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of the Olympics but there will be close to 700,000 fancier untended

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ticket of days and two sessions every day. That means 60,000 people

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arriving, many going home and a new wave of arrivals and that will bring

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its own pressures for the police and security services. What a sporting

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spectacle it will be. Thank you. The Shadow Home Secretary and MP

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for Hackney says that work needs to be done to rebuild trust

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between police and Diane Abbot's comments come

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after forensic analysis revealed that 20-year-old Rashan Charles had

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NOT swallowed a controlled substance The Independent Police Complaints

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Commission was this investigation following Rashan's death in July and

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the evidence so far suggest that when he was detained by a

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Metropolitan Police officer had followed him on foot after an

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earlier attempt to stop his vehicle, the officer restrained him with the

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help of a member of the public he was handcuffed and after she was

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detained at attempts were made to remove an object from his mouth foot

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and it was at this point his condition deteriorated and he later

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died. The ceiling of the IGCC has said this the object that was

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removed from the throat of Rashan consisted of a mixture of

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paracetamol and caffeine wrapped in plastic according to forensic

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analysis and the reason this has been released and is given the

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inflammatory nature of some ongoing speculation.

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Food trends come and go - but whether it's to your taste,

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the traditional pie and mash has weathered many a culinary storm.

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Because after more than a hundred years in business one

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of the capital's oldest pie shops, based in Islington,

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is about to close saying it can't afford increased business rates

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Nicola Ford reports on the end of an era.

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It's delicious. It's a lunchtime rush, but customers had better be

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quick as the shop is due to close. It is a part of old England. I'm a

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Tate knows that is 80 years pie and mash was why don't think they should

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close. The owners Sadie Streisand business routes are to blame Britain

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isn't in rates have gone ravaged by 45%, something causing local

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business groups concerned. I think this is the final nail in the coffin

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for the value valued and unique present business and for me what a

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sad is that this is the bloodline of the community. Chapel market, the

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independent businesses here create a sense of community. It has been just

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as 9011. The family run business and are certainly part of local history.

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Even part of the knowledge, the test that taxi drivers take to show they

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know the London landmarks. And for market traders it is part of isn't

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in the's community that might be on its way out. There is a focal point

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of people come to visit, families come down and it is part present in.

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It always has been unwanted callers it is another small part of a deal

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that is breaking up. Anyone moving into the borough has to have money

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known which is fine but they're not pie and mash Kenya people, not

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market people. Another question is been opened and Essex but what about

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the younger generation? Is my first time, this was recommended to me,

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usually go down the road was looking here and it. The council are happy

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to discuss with the owner that they can help to keep the shop open and

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would be extremely sorry to see it close. As it stands, the last I will

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be served at the end of the year. But tonight - could the England

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women's football team be on the verge of winning

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their first major tournament? Victory this evening

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sees them through to They're certainly not short of home

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support as Emma Jones found out a little earlier with some fans

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in Hackney including If you can't be at the amount

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itself, not a bad excuse to be any London borough genially team on foot

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of that is exactly what a local women's football team here in

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Hackney have arranged. They also invented a rather special

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cheerleader in this shape of England and Chelsea defender Claire

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Rafferty. You must be so proud of what the team have achieved,

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especially the win against France. Beating France was a monument to the

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occasion for English at all and there's no doubt they will go on

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today and win the game. The Netherlands are the hosts, they been

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playing very well, how do you think and Google do? I think if someone

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the top scorer Scott will go and get the golden but a percent are going

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to win. Judy Taylor five goals are ready, she is the not so secret

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weapon. She said a few struggles budgies what happens is that as he

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had been so well. She doesn't just scored, there are many other

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goal-scorers and the team. You are the grassroots, who great is to be

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seen the woman playing so well in such a high to? Citizens by adding,

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from a young age we didn't have things in this to look up to an

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across-the-board not just football but across the board for females are

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several important moment, doing amazingly and we should be really

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proud of that quantity marathon. Filling out the start of it to cheer

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them on. With the last couple of games you and the atmosphere has

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been amazing, really proud of them. The thing that are successful they

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will be playing anything on Sunday and sure this part will be packed

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yet again. We're all rooting for them.

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Time now for a check on the weather - Ben Rich has joined us.

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The Netherlands not was warm as it is for the something new. 40 degrees

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in Europe. Nothing like that for us. The decidedly cool fuel which is

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what we take this into tomorrow for the most part. Today looking back at

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some of the weather watcher pictures are some patchy cloud and sunny

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spells and it wasn't a deluge of yesterday and that is because we

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didn't see too many showers. Beaded picture shows not too many showers

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and those that did turn up when through pretty quickly because we

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had a strong and gusty wind. Through this evening we continue with that

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theme, not too many showers, a lot of dry weather and clear spells the

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wind easing down a little bit and temperatures overnight around 13 to

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15 degrees. Tomorrow not a bad looking day, still the chance you

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could see one or two showers that any that do turn up should be fairly

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late and as you can see from the map most places will stay dry. With some

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spells of sunshine. A fairly cool fuel, actually with lighter winds

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and some sunshine this teachers would do too badly, some spot in the

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centre of town could get up to around 24 degrees. Stays mostly fine

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with the small chance of a shower during Friday evening. Into the

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start of the weekend, stranded between weather systems, high

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pressure to the south-west tries to take control, we still have a low

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pressure up to the north-east and that means on Saturday we could

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still see some showers, a mixture of sunshine and showers. By Sunday

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quickly to start, it would feel much like summer but at least through the

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day it should be mostly dry with some spells of sunshine is. Here is

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a bit more detail. Saturday the showers coming and going, fairly

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busy at times with lengthy sunny spells, template is up to around 19

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or 20. For Sunday, quite cool and fresh is to start with sunny spells

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and perhaps a bit more cloud, textures eventually recovering

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through the afternoon into the teens and maybe eventually reaching the

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low 20s. Here outlooks in summary, if you showers at times, generally

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by Sunday and through the next few days a fairly cool fuel.

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The most senior family judge in England and Wales has said it's

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"utterly shaming" that appropriate care cannot be found

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for a suicidal girl, who's due to be released

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The Bank of England says the economy will continue to be 'sluggish'

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and it's downgraded its growth forecasts for this year and next -

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saying uncertainty over Brexit is beginning to affect consumer

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A new report says children on free school meals in England can be up

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to two years behind their more affluent classmates in educational

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achievement by the time they finish secondary school.

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There's been a call for the public to be better educated over

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what to do in the event of an acid attack -- with doctors saying those

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who witness such incidents have a vital role to play

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