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The mother-of-three wounded after being sho

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The family mistakenly drove through a dangerous neighbourhood.

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The 46-year-old is now in a stable condition after surgery.

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Should videos like these be taken off website

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The Mayor argues they should, and criticises tech giants.

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I'm really angry with YouTube and Google for the stance they've taken.

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All of us have a role to play when it comes to tackling knife

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Plus, on the 70th anniversary of the introduction

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of listing to preserve buildings, we look at some of the more

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And the parents who'll be wrapping up the fish and chips

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to watch their son run a very important race.

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Welcome to BBC London News with me, Riz Lateef.

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A British tourist is reported to have been shot

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and injured after she and her family mistakenly drove in to a slum area

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The woman, who's believed to be Eloise Dixon from Hayes, in Bromley,

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was shot in the stomach by armed men, but is said to be

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With bullet holes in the door and headdress, this is the hire car that

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the Kent family were travelling in and they were targeted. Mother of

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three Eloise Dixon was in the passenger seat, her husband was

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driving. Their children were in the back. Mrs Dixon was hit twice and is

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now being treated in hospital but is said to be in a stable condition.

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The bullet went into the stomach and luckily it did not damage any of her

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large blood vessels or organs. The shooting happened near Angra Dos

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Reis a popular holiday destination 90 miles from Rio de Janeiro. The

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family had them looking to buy water but mistakenly drove into the slum,

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home to drug traffickers, after misunderstanding directions. Police

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say the gunman opened fire after the family failed to land in order they

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were given to be the area. Friends describe the couple as caution and

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sensible. I just had Eloise gets better so quickly, and that the

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trauma is not too much for girls. Tourists are warned to avoid

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Brazil's Gazelle is as they are often controlled by grim and games.

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-- Brazil's five allies... This must been a shocking ordeal. I have the

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say that the Foreign Office warned that levels of crimes and violence

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in Brazil are very high. Likely to be alive, Mrs Dixon is said to be

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recovering well from emergency surgery. She is conscious and

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talking. The two men who attacked the family are reportedly still only

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run. Coming up later in the programme...

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As half of Waterloo's platforms get an upgrade,

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how are commuters are coping on day one of disruption at one

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"Lives could be lost unless more is done to take

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material off the internet that encourages violence".

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That's the warning from the Mayor, who's criticised websites

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like YouTube and Google for refusing to take down what he calls

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"shocking" videos which boast about gang violence.

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He says the policies in place around violent content

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Our Political Correspondent, Karl Mercer has the details.

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For videos epicentre of a row between the Mayo and intranet dry.

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-- giant. The Met police at these videos to be taken down in December,

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but as the city thought that with YouTube, one of the videos was taken

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down. We have several examples where YouTube has been included as a

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platform to invite violence against others. The police, who have the

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expertise and intelligence, have let YouTube and Google know and it

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beggars belief that they have the not taken action. Some say gangs

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trying to provide their rivals, and police say they asked them to be

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taken down from any reasons. Signed it could be framed in silent

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violence towards another game, normally somewhere near their own

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territory, they might even film it in the opposing gangs territory just

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for extra guest respect we also asked it to be taken down because we

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know it is linked to other crimes or we know that we might need to work

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on some intelligence to support it. The the Mayers met with YouTube and

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its parent company about these videos but since Christmas these

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videos have been viewed more than 350,000 times. Bobby Katanga spent

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eight years in jail for a violent crime. He sent up a organisation

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this doctrine of children following in his. When they see him, they see

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it is challenging and they are highly the people people who are met

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and repetition in that area but also puts on endangered. Some you may

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just want to challenge, they may try to attack them because of that. In a

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statement YouTube said... It said it works closely with the Met police to

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understand where artistic expression escalates into real threats.

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Meanwhile the Metropolitan Police is that there is and emerging link

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between gang violence and acid attack. The force has complained to

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make it easier to arrest those seeking to the run.

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Empty trains and deserted platforms surprised many commuters

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at Waterloo today, despite the extra staff that had been put on to deal

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Ten of the station's 24 platforms have been closed

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for improvement works to make the station bigger.

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Passengers had been told to consider taking a holiday

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or working from home, and it appears many

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Our transport correspondent, Tom Edwards, is at Waterloo...

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So Tom have many taken the advice? Yes, I think you are right and I

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think this is absolutely huge engineering project going on here at

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Waterloo. If you just take a look, you can make out 20 or so diggers

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tearing up the platform. What they are trying to do is link in the

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platforms so that they can take longer train. Waterloo is the UK's

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busiest train station. It deals with the hundred 70,000 journeys every

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day. This whole project is going to cost ?800 million. It does mean that

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will eventually delivered 30% more capacity to this station on this

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route. This is what business groups think about the whole project. These

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works are essential but they will be very destructive. That said, I think

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it's actually right that we do these works in one go at a time of year

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when it is quiet rather then a trip trip and weekend closures over the

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course of a year. It's actually quite busy inside the station, and I

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think a lot of commuters stayed away. Note and Jana who enjoyed the

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weight join some of the commuters. Not your regular morning on the way

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into Waterloo. It's very quiet, the platform is pretty empty. Partly the

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holidays partly people preparing for today. It's very quiet, spookily

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quiet. Russell completes every day from greatly to Covent Garden. This

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doesn't work for him. -- not going in the frame. Keith has commuted

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from Salisbury every day for 30 years. He has seen overcrowding

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become a pressing problem. It has significantly increased in volume

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over that time. London is continually growing, the

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infrastructure needs to be improved to go by that. But the daily

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platforms and the trains remain powerful. It's going a lot slower,

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that is very quiet. It is, very nice. Ten platforms" they are

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linking to increased capacity by 30% and eight cost of ?800 million. The

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train was fine, slow I'm here 45 minutes later, but it's OK. But not

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great. So, allegedly commute, but both men are late for work and

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unsure what awaits them on the way home. Let's get a bit more on this

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front David Langton on Network Rail. Why did you decide to do this in

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block rather than over weekends? As the viewers can see, the scale and

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significance of this project. With spending ?800 million increase in

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capacity at the nation 's busiest train station by 30%. That's another

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45,000 people coming to the station at morning and evening rush hour.

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That work is significant, as you can see we are tearing up the track,

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demolishing parts of platforms and rebuild them. Doing at weekends and

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evenings is just not a nocturne, I'm afraid. For the bully don't know why

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is this new capacity needed so badly? 99 million journeys processed

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a year, that the Mandela services inspected to increase -- the demand

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is expected to increase by 40% by 2023. We need to deliver a train

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station fit for the 21st-century. The big concern of course it

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overruns, can you guarantee that this project isn't going to ever

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run? There have been examples, London Bridge, where you have

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difficulties when is your reaction to that? Years and many months are

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prowling the macro planning and gone into this programme. You run a

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thousand guys working 24 hours a day seven days a week for the next they

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have weeks to make sure we deliver this project on time. We are

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confident that we will. You categorically say you will finish

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this on time? As I said, we are confident we will finish this on

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time. It is due to be finished by August the 28th, but a larger

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project, that would be finished until next year. So, confident, but

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not categoric. Thank you Tom. A crane has been erected

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at Grenfell Tower, as the investigation into the fatal

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fire in North Kensington continues. It comes as more warnings

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were issued today about the time it will take before any decisions

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are reached about bringing charges against those

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involved in the tragedy. Emma North is North Kensington

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for us this evening. The train has been put up according

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to Kensington and Chelsea Council to out that the recovery process it has

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nothing to do the child... Tower which lap in the later half of this

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month. Any judicial proceedings has said it was ready to build strong

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cases and rice the investigation. She said he understood people wanted

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answers, but she said the situation here was extremely accommodated. One

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thing that we have seen every weekend, big and small gestures, big

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with the Community Shield matches between Arsenal and Chelsea. The FA

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said that they wanted to bring some relief at to the families affected

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by the fire, that match race one point two ?5 million. On a smaller

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scale some of the less touching, Adele took several families to a

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private screening at the cinema this weekend. And to families from Devon

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have offered free holidays to the families of those who live in

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Grenfell Tower. That however has announced the side emerged it, there

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have been some pretty horrible abuse directed at the family to another

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these free holidays. It comes a week after a woman said she was quite

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scared to admit she was from Grenfell Tower the backlash, but she

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and many others are asking for any to stop. Emma, from North

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Kensington, thank you. Next - after being robbed

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of his mobile phone in the street, a Londoner and data-scientist has

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told us how it prompted him to come up with a way of following suspected

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moped criminals and letting police He's launched a Twitter account

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which he hopes might track them down for other victims,

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as Victoria Cook reports. ( Hira Virdee was walking

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here in Holborn two weeks ago when his phone was snatched out

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of his hand by a man He chased after it in a taxi -

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but they got away.It's it leaves you wanting a result)

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That's what Hira Had hoped he'd get So, he's now using his skills

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as a data scientist to build a system which will track moped

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gangs live on a map... It gets its information from all

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of us spotting moped crime - I feel like moped crime has been

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a prob for long enough - now getting worse -

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time something was done about it.) now getting worse -

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time something was done about it. Walking round the same area today -

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we spot plenty of people distracted Below quite preoccupied in life is

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busy and its main way of communicating days. If they see

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things that looks a little bit unsure, but it really depends on

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what area. I'm trying to keep vigilant so, hopefully I would be a

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victim, but at least you'd know. Hira says the police

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haven't been intouch Although he's offering

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to do it all for free. The Met Police have told us that

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people should report But they say social media

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is a powerful tool - they encourage anyone

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with photographs and videos Why parting may not be such

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sweet sorrow for this pub theatre - as its productions move

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to new premises. And, their son is in the final at

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the role that lytic championships. I will be speaking to the proud

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parents of Kyle Langford at their family run fishing chip shop in

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Watford. Before that thougH, this cabbie's

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green shelter is just one of the buildings to be given

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Grade II-listed status. In fact, it's the 70th anniversary

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of England's historic buildings And they can vary greatly -

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from palaces to a gas lamp. Gareth Furby looks at some

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of the latest to be added. 70 years of listing buildings

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to protect them from demolition, and today in London,

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this was one of the latest. The cabbies who enjoy Peter

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delighted that their heart has They've been here many many

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years, since the horse and cart and everything,

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so, now it's good that is listed so we know that

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it's not going to go. And Sue Webster, who runs the hut,

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won't let it go to her head. I can't say that while

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they're over there. The idea of listing buildings

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started after the Second World War. London was being rebuilt

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and the temptation for some was to knock down the old,

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even where it hadn't been damaged and listing ensured that many

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buildings were not replaced. Now it means anything with a past

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worth retaining can be considered. This was a funeral at

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Willesden Cemetery one century ago, and now the buildings here have been

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listed - and interesting We're delighted that Willesden

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Cemetery is listed Grade II. These buildings are from 1873,

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the heart of the Victorian era, and they have survived almost

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exactly as they were. And also newly listed,

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the mortuary on the right. A bit spooky perhaps,

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but soon open to the public, who will gain and understanding

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of Jewish burial rituals. This is the original tiling,

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the original floor and tahara, which is the name for the ritual

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preparation, the washing of the body, took place

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here until the early 1980s. Historic England is looking forward

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to continuing with its job of protecting the best of London,

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the quirky or spooky. We have saved many buildings

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across this fine city and we hope to do so the same

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in the next 70 years. Much of the London we love

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could have been lost, but thanks to luck and a good deal

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of effort, it lives on. Now, when it comes to the World

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athletics, it's fair A couple of years ago,

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the runner from Watford won gold at the European Junior

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Championships. Now, he's preparing to take

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on the best in the world in the 800 Well, Emma Jones is with two of his

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biggest fans - his mum and dad. Yes, but I'm not at the Stadium or

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even at the Langford family home. I'm in fact at the family run fish

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and chip shop here in Watford with mum, Karen, and dad, Donald,. You

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are there last night knowing what was it like? It was amazing, truly

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amazing. You watched him qualify for the final, how was that as a mum?

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I've is in pieces, absolute pieces, to watch my little boy on a world

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stage, 60,000 people, just unbelievable. You spoken to him

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since, how easy feeling? Yes he's all right, he's tired, but he keeps

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it close to his death. You mention tiredness, but you haven't slept!

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Yes we're exhausted. We had to close the shop and go and watch. Mum

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refused to work, down to watch my mum at the Olympic Stadium,

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fantastic. What is it like to watch your son, as a parent, and what you

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have the sacrifice of the family? We sacrificed so much in years gone by,

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shut the shop early, travelled all over the country, script and script

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by to pray for a physio and sizes and everything. -- scrimped and

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scraped by... Did you believe he would get this far? From when he was

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13 I watched him and thought he had something special. George Harrison,

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my old coach, and Kyle's tear-jerker video thought the same thing. And

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anyone who knew Kyle knew that he had that talent. But important now

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is that as many people as possible out there tomorrow night to see the

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final? Whoever the question the macro who has got the tickets? It a

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full house tomorrow, there's 11 is going. Who's looking after the shop?

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We've got starting to my lovely bobby is coming in to look after it.

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Amazing girl. Had he think he's going to do? I think... I'm just

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very pleased he's got to the final. Anything higher than seventh as a

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bonus. If let's just see the dimples the bag. Third would be amazing.

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Thank you very much to both of you. Car will be running tomorrow in the

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800 metres tomorrow. Ruiz, before you ask, I have bought some chips.

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Because you have!. Karen with a very happy so the parents, Karen and

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download. -- Karen and Donald. Established in 1970,

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the King's Head in Islington was the first London pub

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with a theatre since As the productions will be moving

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to a new development nearby. He is not a house where he is a

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cleaner... Actually like the cleaner,... Making a mistake the

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actor the hood of drug boards here are no -- Young all of the great and

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Little trod the boards here, Joanna Lumley Alan Rickman. And now after

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47 years in a pub in upper street, the company is set to move. Distance

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wise, it's not very far, this building is the current dressing

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room and if you look over here, this will be the box office entrance to

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the brand-new building. From next autumn, it will be housed in a

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purpose-built venue in the new ?400 million Islington Square

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development. It will have a 250 seat auditorium as well as a smaller

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studio and a bar. We haven't talked about it... Lee Knight is currently

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performing in his first play at the pub theatre and is looking forward

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to the new opportunities. The arts was under pressure and I think that

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having a new space is something so exciting. Two theatres can only be

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great for actors and the work that they are going to be creating. This

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could be more work, more jobs behind-the-scenes. The director says

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of it all about keeping the doors open. The history is wonderful and

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this building is a lot of memories for a lot of people but it is not

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sustainable. The truth is, this move means that the King said theatre

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will survive. I have done much in the McKinsey ambience because you

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feel the past and the history that untreated. We only come from a

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theatre, so we don't averaging, so I do think it will change. I don't

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think it will change. The public domain and the theatre space will be

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turned into a dining room while the new theatre hopes to continue its

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legacy of launching the careers of London's actors. OK some time now

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for a check on the weather, Wendy is here. Is that I thought as I see

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before you? I get no few want to watch it because it's... OK let's

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start with the good news is that of the picture first thing this morning

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in rain on the Thames Street. Just the right side of the weather front.

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I'm going to mention it only top of the forecast because we will get to

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know it really over the next few days. I just wanted to your

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attention to the fact that hasn't made any real progress in any

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direction today. It's been right where it has been. It will

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eventually move away from us towards the north again from where it has

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come, but it will return midweek and bring as heavy rain. So much so,

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that the Met office has us covered by a yellow weather warning because

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there will be heavy showers through tomorrow and then further heavy rain

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on Wednesday, so we could have disruption to transport and

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localised flooding. So, here it is happening in detail. The weather

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front has brought showers today mostly to Hertfordshire and

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Buckinghamshire, but a few have slipped into the London area in the

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last hour so. It is as we go to the night moving away to the north. We

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will be left with dry and somewhat clear conditions tempered with

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12-15d. We start the day tomorrow with perhaps a bit of dry weather,

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maybe even some brightness, but from the very word go, there is a threat

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of the showers. It is going to be very unpredictable as to where they

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pop up and whether they will be heavy or not, however, they are not

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going anywhere very fast, so if you get caught underneath one you could

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end up with some really big puddles under your feet before it moves

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away. Temperatures 17-20d throughout the day. This is how when they look.

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Remember that front? It's coming back towards us with all sorts of

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Biggar included in it this time and it really doesn't go very far. They

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get squashed up against a low pressure system and sticks with us

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all through the day. Heavy rain and look at it does to the temperature.

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15 - 17 degrees temperatures. A really unpleasant day on Wednesday,

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I'm afraid. Eventually that rain will move away from three Thursday

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morning leaving us with some sunny spells in the afternoon. Not a bad

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day actually, Thursday, but cloudy on Friday we will finish the day

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with some overnight into the weekend, but the signs are that the

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weak and should not be too bad. Wellies at the ready. I wish I

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hadn't asked, thanks very much Wednesday.

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The government is proposing new data protection laws that

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will give people the right to see what companies know about them,

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and in some cases, force them to delete it.

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Firms that flout the law will also face bigger fines.

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North Korea says it will make America "pay the price",

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The UN voted unanimously to impose them on Pyongyang over its missile

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A model, who says she was kidnapped and held

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for nearly a week in Italy, has returned to the UK.

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Italian police believe Chloe Ayling was attacked and drugged,

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before attempts were made to auction her off online.

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A mother from Bromley is in hospital after bring shot

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Eloise Dixon was in a car with her partner and their three

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children when they mistakenly drove through a dangerous

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I'll be back with the latest during the ten o'clock news, but that is it

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for now so from all of us on the team, thank you for watching and you

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have a lovely evening. # Clap your hands,

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