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On the programme tonight. with spells of sunshine.

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How to tackle knife crime on London's streets -

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after two teenagers are fatally stabbed in 24 hours.

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The Met says it's prepared to use more stop and search.

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They have been doing stop and search four years round here and that

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doesn't go down too well. The Mayor say body worn

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cameras will make stop The hunt for a jogger who knocked

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a woman into the path of a bus. Police say there's

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been a huge response. Despite a personal best -

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Watford's Kyle Langford just misses out on a medal in the 800 metres

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at the London stadium. Could you be the sound

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of the underground? As applications open

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for auditions to become the next First tonight: Another young death

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on the streets of the capital - the second fatal stabbing in just 24

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hours - has once again shone a light on one of the biggest challenges

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facing those responsible for keeping When the new Metropolitan

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Police Commissioner took office a few months ago -

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she made it very clear that knife crime would be a "top

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priority" for the Met. So far this year - 13 teenagers have

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lost their lives to knife crime - that's more than the

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whole of last year. Cressida Dick says "using stop

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and search" would help bring We'll talk more about that

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in a moment and look First, Sonja Jessup reports

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from Thornton Heath. Yet another police cordon in

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London, yet another young life lost This one a schoolboy,

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just 15 years old. This latest stabbing

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happened here in Thornton Police and paramedics

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rushed here but could not save the teenager who was dead

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just before midnight. Local resident are

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sick the violence. This man told me he

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was leaving the area. I was speaking to

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the man in the cafe the other day and he said there has

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been 12 stabbings in the last It is silly what they

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do to one another. It is hurtful really

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because a lot of it seems like black gangs

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and they are fighting The murder of a 15-year-old

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comes just 24 hours after another stabbing,

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a 19-year-old man killed in Old Kent 13 young victims have

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lost their life to knife crime in the capital so far

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this year, already more than the previous year when 12

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teenagers died. Every month almost 650 young

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Londoners are victims of serious violence, most from the poorest

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and most disadvantaged communities. It sparked calls for more use

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of the controversial stop and search The Commissioner and Home Secretary

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say it is a useful tool. In London, about one in three stop

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and search results in something positive being found in,

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something you should not have so I think that is quite

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a high proportion. It is like we're living in the wild

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wild West round here. Despite the fear of knife crime,

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some residents in Thornton Heath are furious about the use

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of stop and search. This woman who does not want to give

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her name said they do not They cannot come here

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with their stop and search because they have done it

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for so many years around here and that does not go down too

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well because a lot of the officers who have got that

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uniform, they think they are Almighty God and they come in with

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their overpowering aggressiveness, The 15-year-old boy who died

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here has not been identified but has been locally named

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as Jermaine Goupall. Our Political Correspondent Karl is

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here, with more on Stop and Search. It's been one of the most pressing

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issues for the Commissioner Yes, she addressed that early on

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just one week after she took over. She said knife crime, violent crime

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is my main priority and I will be judged on that as commissioner. She

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also said, stop and search is a tool that I want my officers to use and I

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will back them if they use it, as long as they use it correctly. She

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said that early on. The day the Home Secretary wrote in the Times saying

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yes, she backs that position. We need to do something to get violent

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crime down among young people. A similar letter written by Cressida

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Dick as well the day. Something of a change the situation from three

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years ago when Theresa the Home Secretary, said to police forces,

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you need to bring stop and search down. It was not being applied

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properly. It went down 60%. There is no move going back the other way.

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That is now a move going the other way. What about the near? -- the

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London's Mayor ques-mac Nobody is suggesting that we should

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have stop and search Nobody is saying there

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should be indiscriminate I am saying, I understand,

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I have been a critic of disproportionate use of stop

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and search on black young Londoners and young lesion

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but I want to assure Londoners that the game changer is not simply

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better training of police officers but the body camera means

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when you encounter a police officer, being recorded by our body video.

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That is the biggest roll-out on any police force in the planet. They

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have to go through 30,000 officers but the idea is it will give

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confidence on both sides so people who are being stopped and searched

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will know if the officer Ms Bis -- believes, it will because it on

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video but also gives confidence to the police officer in case it is a

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complaint made against them, they will have the video to back it up.

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The true test will be if the increase in stop and search brings

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down the surge in violent crime we are seeing at the moment. Thank you

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very much for now. You're watching BBC London News

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coming up later in the programme. From shipping to shops -

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why container parks like this are receiving a mixed reception

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in one part of London. A fantasist who killed a man

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in London before fleeing to Italy has been found guilty of a murder

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that happened four years ago. 28-year-old Jason Marshall pretended

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to be a policeman and secret It was thought the victim had died

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in an accidental fire - until a relative stumbled

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across a video Our Home Affairs Correspondent Nick

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Beake has the story. Our bungalow in a quiet street in

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west London, a visitor arrives. He has come to kill. Over the next few

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hours were acting as a police officer, he will attack his victim

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and leave him for dead. It is all captured on CCTV. Jason Marshall

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nearly got away with it. On his way out, he set fire to the property. In

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2013 investigators concluded Peter Fasoli had died in an accidental

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blaze. Some of Peter Fasoli's possessions, including his computer,

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had been recovered from his flat after the fire. They were kept in

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storage for more than a year. Then his nephew out of curiosity thought

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he would have a look at the hard drives. At that point, he discovered

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the video which showed his uncle had been murdered. It is disappointing

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that the CCTV was not seen until 18 months later but I am satisfied the

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initial investigation into the cause of the fire was sufficient. Again,

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there was no pathological evidence to suggest third party involvement.

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Marshall had smuggled his victim while classic FM played in the

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background. He then drained his bank account and fled the country. Three

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weeks later at this flat in Rome, he strangled a 67-year-old Italian man

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he had met on the same website. Days later, posing as an official from

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the British Embassy, he tried to kill another man. He was caught and

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jailed in Italy for both crimes and brought home to stand trial for the

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west London killing. In the dock he claimed he had no memory of the

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attack. A killer who thought he had covered his tracks and fooled

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investigators, but the emergence of this evidence has no brought him to

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justice. -- has now brought him to justice.

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The London Fire Brigade has drafted in 60 counsellors to help treat

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traumatised firefighters who tackled the blaze at Grenfell Tower.

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The figure is more than ten times the number who normally

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The crew involved in the rescue operation have described seeing

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Cladding is to be removed from the Cancer Centre

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at Guy's Hospital in Central London over fire safety concerns.

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Samples of the rain screen cladding were sent for tests after the fire

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However, the Trust says that it's received advice

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from the London Fire Brigade that the 14 storey building remains

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safe to use because of the extensive fire protection systems in place.

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The Cancer Centre opened last September at a cost

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Police have thanked the public for their huge response in the hunt

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to find a jogger who knocked a pedestrian into the path of a bus.

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The incident which was caught on CCTV happened on Putney Bridge.

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That's where we can Charlotte Franks who can tell us more.

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Police have confirmed they have had a huge response to this appeal and

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are following several lines of inquiry. Any people would have seen

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this shocking footage which was taking on Putney Bridge behind me.

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It shows a woman walking along Putney Bridge and on the opposite

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direction and male jogger coming towards her, as he meets her he

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appears to push her into the road, into the path of an oncoming bus.

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That bus has to swerve very quickly and dramatically out of her way in

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order not to hit her. Police say she could have sustained much more heavy

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injuries than she did. She only suffered minor injuries. Following

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the incident, the bus stopped and many of the passengers got off the

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bus and tended to the woman to see if she was oche. 15 minutes later,

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that same jogger came back along Putney Bridge and the woman tried to

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stop him. But he did not acknowledge her and would not stop. He just

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continued jogging. This incident happened on the 5th of May at around

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7:40am in the morning, many people would have been driving to work or

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walking along the bridge. It is these people the Met police want to

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talk to. In a statement they said they were still keen to here from

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anyone who has information who has not yet come forward. They have also

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issued an image of the man they would like to speak to, he is

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described as white, early 30s, short brown here and was wearing a light

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grey tee shot and dark blue shorts. Anyone with information should

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contact the Putney team at the number below the screen. Thank you

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very much indeed. Stay with us. Still to come this

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Wednesday evening. So close to medal championship glory

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only to miss out, we will be hearing from Kyle Langford about his life.

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Coming up, this picture might sum up your day and I will tell you how

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Now, whatever the weather - more than six and half million trips

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are taken every day on buses here in the capital.

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But those journeys are now taking longer than ever,

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and passenger number have started to fall.

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It's thought congestion is to blame and Transport for London

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are being told they must improve traffic in the capital.

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Our Transport Correspondent Tom Edwards has more.

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Millions use them every day, more use a bus in the capital

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than any other form of public transport.

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Recently, slower speeds and a fall in reliability put some passengers

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off and also meant sometimes more empty buses.

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This morning, it was a bit late before I took the 211 to come over

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There was a lot of traffic because of the weather.

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Sometimes they get bunched up, they have to stop and wait for

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Recent figures show passenger numbers have dropped from just over

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The average speed has dropped from 9.6 mph in 2014 to 9.2 mph now.

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The transport watchdog wants TfL to take action and consider

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congestion charges and increasing minicabs which it says are adding

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It is serious, people are abandoning the buses because they are becoming

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We want to see longer operational bus priorities,

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red routes operating 24/7 and renewal of parking controls

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on streets the buses operate on and perhaps a congestion charge

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Transport for London says it is investing ?20 million every

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year on more bus priority measures and that passengers

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Why are there are so many empty buses in London?

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I promise you most of the buses have a lot of people on them.

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People rely on them, 6.5 million people a day rely

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on the bus service but we have taken some buses out of the centre

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of London, not just Oxford Street but in general across London,

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reinvesting the bus miles out in the suburbs.

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London buses are a critical part of the transport network,

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with congestion, the ongoing challenge is how to keep them

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They're better known for transportation than

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trendy restaurants - but shipping containers are fast

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becoming the new home of shops and businesses in the capital.

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The latest temporary development will be in a car

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park in Camberwell - where the news has received a mixed

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reception, as Gareth Furby has been finding out.

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It is a car park in Camberwell but soon it could be filling up with

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these, shipping containers and turning into a new restaurant and

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retail centre based on a new use for these metal boxes.

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If it happens, it will be the fifth in London so is

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In Shoreditch where this all started back in 2007,

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the businesses inside the boxes seem happy.

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tristam pays ?40,000 in rent for two units for his chicken business.

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The property scene in London is almost

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unattainable at these levels so you can do it

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with a little capital as a

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For this man, it means he can stop working for

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Once you get used to the limited floor space it's absolutely fine.

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It is quite exciting what you can do in a shipping container.

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But the containers just keep on multiplying.

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Here at Elephant and Castle, it could bring consequences?

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for the latest container park is just beginning, some high-street

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I know they have something similar in Brixton down the road.

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It is definitely an up-and-coming area here.

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There is always going to be competition in London, it has always

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been like that, we thrive on it, it keeps you on your toes.

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But some residents who live near the Camberwell

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It is ugly, it may be trendy but I think it is

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We should have something more aesthetically pleasing.

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This youth worker from Brixton says gentrification could end up

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segregating people on the high streets based on income.

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The speed it is happening in South London and

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in areas like Brixton creates separation between

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consume new products and those that are not able to consume those

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But many who use these places disagree.

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The Camberwell project is said to be at an early

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stage and there will be further discussions with nearby residents.

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That's all that separated Kyle Langford winning a medal

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in the 800 metres at the London stadium last night.

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Among those cheering him on were his parents who run a fish

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Chris Slegg caught up with the 21-year-old who just missed

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Terrible weather tonight but has not dampened the enthusiasm of athletics

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fans flocking into London Stadium. It has not been our championship in

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medical terms to remember, just Mo Farah's stunning gold. Last night,

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in the 800 metres Kyle Langford was just a fraction of the seconds away

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from the medal. He is with me now. How do you feel? I feel pretty tired

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to be honest, I didn't get much sleep. I feel I am on the edge

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little bit now. There was a moment watching you on TV when we thought

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you had done it, did you think you had done enough for a bronze? I kind

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of knew, I crossed the line and I saw... I was praying when I looked

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at the screen hoping my name would be third. I knew it was a long shot.

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I was a little bit upset but I'm just happy to be on the track

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racing. Your mum and dad run their fish and chip shop in Watford and

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the promised three fish and chips if you got a medal, do you think they

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are gutted or are they happy? I think they would have taken the

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medal any day of the week. I think they are just happy that I am

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running and made it to the final. Just embracing the hall, everything,

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the atmosphere, the crowd have been great and the whole social media,

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everything has been good. It has been crazy to try and take it in.

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You promised to win a gold at the next Olympics in Tokyo, where you

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just speaking in the heat of the moment? No, 100%. I am not here just

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to try and come forward, I am trying to win it and be the best. I'm only

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21 so I think by the time I get to Tokyo, I will be young but I think a

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couple more years training I will have the advantage of these guys,

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hopefully. Thank you so much, a pleasure to watch you. Kyle Langford

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from Watford, one to watch at the Commonwealth Games next year and at

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the Tokyo Olympics in three years. Well done, Kyle Langford.

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Now I didn't know this but the opportunity to busk

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on the London Underground doesn't come round that often.

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Basically you need to apply to Transport for London for a licence -

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which you can only do every two years.

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If you're short listed - the next step is a public audition.

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As Helen Drew reports - they're currently looking to add

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to the existing 250 buskers on the underground.

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Buskers are only allowed to perform in the London

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underground if they are part of the official busking scheme.

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26-year-old singer songwriter Nicola Hogg got

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It is an amazing opportunity to be playing your music in front of those

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Practising, having amazing interaction with people.

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Just having an effect on people's day.

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There are plenty of commuters to here the

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Nearly 5 million journeys are made on London's Underground

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every day so musicians can be seen by a much bigger audience.

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Part of the application process is to fill

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in the form but you have to do a full on addition in a tube station

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Do you think it is nice, does brighten up your journey?

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It does and especially if it is jazz.

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Enough for me to pay my bills and buy food and not to be homeless.

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Auditions are only held every two years and applications are open now.

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Judges include music industry experts plus the boss

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We live and serve the best city of the

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It is great to have the arts and the busking which reflects us so

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It is so exciting to complement the 250 we already have.

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Nicola loves interacting with commuters but

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obviously you come across the occasional joker.

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I was playing in Charing Cross and someone shouted,

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I was like, this is my day job, oh no.

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Applications close this Sunday and auditions take place later this

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And it was a good day to be underground -

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It was a case of avoiding puddles and battling

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Highbury and Islington Station was forced to close earlier today

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On that note let's get the latest on the weather -

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Philip Avery is here with the latest.

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I cannot read that look. I am on my dilemma. It is not pantomime season

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yet, you see before you the broader picture. That is our weather fronts.

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Elsewhere, it truly was a decent day. It was that glorious across

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Argyll Bute. Closer to home, do you need reminding? Our weather

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watchers believe the conditions and some are still going to work, not

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even on holiday. Not made any better by the weather the day. You can see

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the clouds and we were in the mix of it all. Some of those pulses really

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heavy indeed. 12 spots have seen over an inch of rain over the last

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12 hours. Through the night, too late for us, the rain begins to

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confine itself east of the capital. Further north, we have quite chilly

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start to Thursday. I think the cloud will eventually begin to break up

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and it will be a very decent sort of day. Eventually, all of us will turn

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dry, not much breeze so you will feel every bit of the 22 degrees and

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you may even believe it is the second week of August. If you have

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plans for the evening, dry weather continues. This ridge of high

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pressure is coming in. Can we get to act IDs in a row? Not quite. -- two

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dry days in a row. Our high, call it that if you like, 21 degrees. Does

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that set us up the weekend? Thankfully not. Once those weather

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fronts have cleared away, this ridge of high pressure follows. No sign of

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low pressure so the next 24, 36 hours we have to get rid of that and

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it is not looking bad for the weekend. We end on a happy note. It

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is the way you tell it. Thank you very much.

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17 men and a woman have been convicted of being involved

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in the sexual exploitation of vulnerable young girls

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and women in Newcastle - over a four year period.

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The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has stopped

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in Guam after North Korea threatened to strike the island which is home

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He said President Trump was right to deliver a strong

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Five men, including former senior police officers,

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have appeared in court for the first time to face charges in connection

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More on the day's stories on our website.

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And Katharine Carpenter will back with our late news at 10:30.

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From all us here, thanks for watching and have a lovely evening.

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I heard she went to New Zealand, married some farmer type.

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Cath! You're a tough woman to find. I don't want to talk to you.

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Daddy! I know I've screwed things up in the past.

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I heard she went to New Zealand, married some farmer type.

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I need this whole thing to be a new start for us.

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70 years after the partition of India,

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