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Tonight on BBC London News. teams where you are.

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The operation to evacuate hundreds of residents from tower blocks

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They told us they had looked into the blocks and that they'd made the

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decision it was safe to have gas. And now they're saying that isn't

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the case, they'd made a mistake. More than 200 homes have

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failed safety checks. A tube train fire during

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rush hour, causing huge As the carriage pulled alongside,

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you could see the smoke inside coming out and the people crashed to

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each ensure, each end of the carriage and everyone was piling out

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hand over mouths. Plus, rediscovered after 25 years,

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the film showing the Battle of Lewisham, when protesters blocked

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a fascist march. And hitting the catwalk, African

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Fashion week comes to London. Good evening and welcome

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to the programme. First tonight, residents who face

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being evacuated from their high-rise flats say safety concerns have been

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"ignored for decades." More than 200 homes on the Ledbury

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estate in Peckham are to be vacated after being declared unsafe

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with inspectors fearing the buildings would not

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withstand an explosion. The checks were made following

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the fire at Grenfell Tower. Now hundreds of people are to be

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temporarily moved out. Gareth Furby joins

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us from the estate. Here we are on the 12th floor of one

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of these blocks and as you can see behind me here is what should be a

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gas supply meter but within the last 90 minutes it has actually been

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disconnected, the gas supply engineers working their way very

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quickly throughout these blocks. A lot of residence here are very

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unhappy with the way this whole affair has been handled.

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Danielle is a mother of three and now the hot water in her flat

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A kettle is now the best option to clean baby.

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Well, it is like being thrown back to the Victorian error, really.

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And what's really annoyed Danielle is Southwark council

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assured her just two weeks ago it was safe.

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They told us they'd looked into blocks and they'd made

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the decision it was safe to have gas.

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And now they are saying that isn't the case,

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What's changed the council's mind and brought the gas workers in today

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It is an engineering consultant's report which could mean

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In 1968, a tower block in new partially collapsed,

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The cause was a gas explosion and an inquiry recommended similar

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blocks should only have gas if they've been strengthened.

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After the Grenfell disaster, residence on the Ledbury Estates

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wanted safety checks and an independent expert

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was appalled when he found gas supplies here because it has similar

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If it is leaking, we can end up with an explosion.

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And a major collapse killing people in these blocks.

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Just over two weeks ago, Southwark Council

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The four tower blocks on the Ledbury estate will built after 1968 and of

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a different design so they are safe to have gas in them. We have asked

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the structural engineers to do that safety check nevertheless. Today

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they had a different view. The report showed up way you'd expect

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strengthening in the buildings, it isn't there. Luckily, there have

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been no gas explosions in the Ledbury blocks to test out how weak

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these buildings may be. Today the local MP faced a few awkward

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questions. What do you want to say to residents who had to live with

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this risk for all those years? I think I want to say to the residence

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that I am really concerned for their anxieties. This family are very

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anxious, not only about the lack of hot water. They bought their flat

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off the Council the ?70,000. The fact other people have been given

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the opportunity to move house and we haven't. We have to stay here

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because we've brought the house. It makes us very angry. The council is

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now drawing up a timetable about who to move out of the blocks and when.

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Joining me now is Glenn Holmes who lived here in this flat for 16

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years. What you going to do now? I'm going to have to move. Where are you

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going to go? Hopefully someone local because everybody is trying to move

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up one. And then they will bring you back if they can? If they can fix

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the place, yes. What do you think about the way things have been

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handled? It has been incompetent. We have been reporting this multiple

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times going back a couple of decades. And it has come to this.

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You've been told the gas was safe? The gas and structure of the

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building has been safe in the past. You're talking about an inquiry,

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aren't you? I think there needs to be one and people need to be

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rehoused in decent accommodation straight away rather than going to

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the leisure centre to have a shower. What should the inquiry find out?

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How we got to this point where the council didn't know the condition of

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its own stock. Thank you very much. The position as it is going to take

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months to actually move people out to other flats when they find them.

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Then they are going to have to attempt to rebuild so that could

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take years. Back to you. Mamma Mia, the fight over plans

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to build an Abba-themed A teenager from Surrey,

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who's accused of preparing a terror attack in the UK,

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is to face trial in January. Haider Ahmed, who's 18

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and from Redhill, is also charged with three counts

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of disseminating He appeared at the Old Bailey

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via video link and has been Police looking for a moped robber

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who knocked a woman to the ground in Lewisham have released video

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footage of the attack. The victim was standing outside

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a temple on Clarendon Road He then stole a gold necklace

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she was wearing, before riding Footage has emerged of the moment

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a double decker bus ran into a shop These pictures were captured by CCTV

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cameras inside the kitchen showroom the bus crashed

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into during the rush hour. Two passengers were rescued

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by firefighters from the upper deck. The driver was taken to hospital,

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and several passengers An investigation is under way

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after a fire broke out on the Bakerloo line this morning,

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forcing passengers to be Several people had to be treated

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for smoke inhalation during the rush hour incident,

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which is believed to have been Coughing and struggling

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to breathe as the cheap Tube carriage fills with smoke,

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this was rush hour William Cox was in

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the next carriage. You could see smoke coming

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in from the carriage right behind When it stopped, the driver

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was very, very quick to go through to the tannoy

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and tell everyone there's... There is an emergency on the train,

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don't worry, we will get Meanwhile, Tom Singer

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was waiting on the platform. As the train was approaching,

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you could start to smell something As the train started

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approaching closer and closer, the smell start getting

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stronger and stronger. Then, as the carriage pulled

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alongside, you could see the smoke inside that was starting to come out

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and the people basically crashed into each end of the carriage

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and when the doors opened, everyone was piling out,

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hands over mouths, coughing. First the train, then

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the station were evacuated. On the platform it

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was very, very calm. People could see there was a fire

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or a problem with the engine. But when you actually

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got up the escalators, people didn't really know

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what was going on, so people were a bit more panicky

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and rushing out of the station. Four people were treated

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for smoke inhalation. Two were taken to hospital

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as a precaution. London Underground say

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that the smoke on the Bakerloo line this morning was the result

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of an overheated wire. It was a train that was part

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of the oldest fleet These trains are one of the oldest

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trains on the Underground but the materials that we use

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to construct the trains, the materials that we use

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for cabling, it is always nonflammable materials so we've got

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very high standards. For anyone who's feeling nervous,

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who has been on that train, or seen what happened,

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can you reassure them they are safe London Underground is a safe

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environment we've got They are well trained

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to deal with incidents. Tonight, Oxford Circus

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station and the Bakerloo Today's fire is still

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being investigated. They're one of the most

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successful acts in the history But a plan to build an Abba-themed

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party venue has not been very Land in, where else but Waterloo,

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has been earmarked by a member But campaigners say social housing

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should be built there instead. # I've been cheated by you since

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I don't know when...# They were once one of the most

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famous bands in the world. And their catchy pop songs

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still pull in the crowds. Now former Abba singer-songwriter

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Bjorn Ulvaeus wants to bring an Abba themed party spot to London,

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following the opening His plans are for 500 seater

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Mamma Mia inspired venue where Abba fans can eat Greek food

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and see the show. # Waterloo, I was defeated,

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you won the war...# for a 500 seater venue in an area

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known as Coin Street near the South Bank haven't been

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well received by these locals. Noise levels are going

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to go through the roof. People dropping off,

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picking up late at night. It's going to be really horrendous

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for the local residents. And against a wholly unacceptable

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use of the space that's been It's kind of scary thinking that I'm

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going to have to deal with five years of Abba music bursting

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into my ears. To take land given for social

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housing in an area like this I mean, they've already just failed

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to get the garden bridge, The proposed site is on derelict

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land next to a community The organisation who own it

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want to rent out for five years Will having an Abba themed

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restaurant on a site of housing And we are working with the team

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behind it to arrange to have availability of it during the day

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when it's not open to the public. We're hoping young people will have

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access into it for training on light and sound equipment,

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so that we feel there is a benefit. Well, Bjorn from Abba

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and the Mamma Mia company has been His PR tell me he was impressed

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by its location to the South bank And these Abba lovers in town

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for a fan club summer party believe the Swedish company will be

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good for London. Having been to Mamma Mia the party

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in Stockholm I hope it is that. It will open that tourism and job

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opportunities for local residents It certainly has done

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so in Sweden, where Mamma Mia The developers say the money paid

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to rent the land will be ploughed for these residents,

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that comes at too high a price. Next, what can be done

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to deal with London's Today, the mayor unveiled his vision

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to make the City cleaner and greener to create what he calls

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a national park city. Our Environment Correspondent,

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Tom Edwards, has been finding out. This is Woodbury wet lands

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in Hackney, a hidden gem. London is one of the greenest cities

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on the planet, but for how long? Today the mayor is promoting more

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green spaces and will do that by making London

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and National Park city. Part of it is bringing it

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all together but part of it is making sure we give this

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area of policy the gravitas it deserves, and I want developers,

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councils, Londoners, tourists, to recognise London pays

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a huge attention to green spaces, and us being a National Park city

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will be important. I send the message today that

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the direction of travel is that way. London's green spaces support 14,000

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species and the city has 47% of the area of the capital

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is made up of green This is Welwyn garden

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city, built in 1920. A National Park city would mean

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tightening planning and making green London has been described as a turbo

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economy, jostling for position For those of us who work

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and live in the city, perhaps you want a city

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which is greener, slower, and the National Park city I think

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gives an idea that London could be very different for those who live,

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work and play here. The criteria to become

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a National Park city haven't The big challenge will be protecting

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green space and also meeting increasing the man's

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for more housing. After months of protest and unrest,

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is it a new period of calm at the Emirates? We shall see. The new

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Premier League season begins tonight with Arsenal at home to Leicester.

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And I am at Africa fashion week in London finding out which big-name

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designers take their inspiration from Africa, including a furniture

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shop in a lot of our homes. A film thought to have been lost has

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been rediscovered after 25 years. It shows the so called Battle

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of Lewisham when thousands of Londoners blocked a march

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by the National Front. The footage is being shown

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this weekend to mark The only chance today is National

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Front, nothing else! New Cross, 1977, the National Front are

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gathering to march to Lewisham but 8000 local people block their way on

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Clifton rise, a resounding no to fascism captured by amateur

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film-makers. This film-maker was lost for 25 years until recently

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rediscovered. The police decide they want to bring National Front up

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through Clifton rise after all so they push forward with police

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horses, ranks of police pushing the crowd back and that is when the

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community pushed back against the police. Layers Henry was a teenager

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at the time, watching from a distance. Wheeze to be terrified of

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them. If you knew the National Front were going to March, especially as a

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black or Asian person, you'd stay away from that. The fact that

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everybody who was there was resolute that these people are not going to

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command the streets anymore. We are just off Lewisham high road. What is

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the significance of this place? Many of the people that made their way up

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to Clifton rise actually started their day here. They'd come here for

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the showpiece event of the day which was the counter demonstration where

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there were a number of really powerful speeches from some real

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pillars of the community including the XL Bishop of Namibia, Colin

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Winter, who gave a very moving speech. We reject it as lies! They

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then marched to try and join the other protesters at New Cross but

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their path was blocked. The police will have no alternative that do not

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comply with these reasonable directions. But later on in the days

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some of the angriest scenes happened in Lewisham town centre. The

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counterdemonstrators frustrated by the police's efforts to hold them

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back. There was also a great deal of camaraderie between people, people

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who perhaps wouldn't have got on were kind of making friends. From

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that side of it, it actually did more good than harm, I suppose. That

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was one of the legacies of that day. Along with a stop in the National

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Front's attempts to divide this local community.

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The new Premier League season begins tonight with the opening match

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Their manager Arsene Wenger was at the centre of a storm

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of protests last season, so will we see more of the same?

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Let's cross to Chris Slegg who is at The Emirates with more on this.

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It feels a bit, right now. It is of a bit of a truce between the two

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camps because it has been a decent summer. Arsene Wenger signed a new

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deal. He has signed Lacazette. And Arsenal meet Chelsea last weekend in

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the community should. If they lose tonight, that mood could change. One

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thing that is concerning the fans is the future of Alexis Sanchez,

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Arsenal's star player. Rumours he's trying to leave. Arsene Wenger

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trying to put a brave face on that. He knows how important it is for a

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good start. The preparation of the squad looks good, and we need to

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transfer that into points. That is, of course, a pragmatic view but what

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matters is during the next game and start on a strong way, which we did

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not do last year, and that is what you want to achieve here. Alexis

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Sanchez is injured tonight. Another man down from here is the Tottenham

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left back Danny Rose and he's angered a lot of Spurs fans by

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telling a newspaper he thinks he should be paid more and hinting that

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he wants to leave for a club that would pay him more than his ?65,000

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a week. He'd earn three times as much in Charles Hilton to

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Manchester. His manager was asked what he made of what he said. It was

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his opinion. And then he understood that maybe he needs to apologise to

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us. And I think that is very good for him and for the club. I forgive

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that. For me, it is move on. So, Mauricio Pochettino say all the

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right things there but players who have stepped out of line with him

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have found themselves out of the club in the past although probably

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not players of Danny Rose's calibre. A bit unsettling for Tottenham ahead

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of their first game on Sunday away at Newcastle. Also on Sunday, West

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Ham away at Manchester United. Tomorrow, Watford host Liverpool in

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the lunchtime game. The champions Chelsea are at home to Burnley and

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Crystal Palace welcome newly promoted Huddersfield to Selhurst

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Park. But it all begins on a Friday night for the first time the opening

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game in the Premier League season begins here tonight at the Emirates

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Stadium, Arsenal against Leicester. Now, most of us know

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about London Fashion Week, and Men's Fashion Week is a regular

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fixture here in the capital, now African Fashion Week

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is drawing in the crowds. The event is now in its fifth year,

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and, as Helen Drew reports, designers come from all over

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the world to take part. This is the first of five catwalk

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shows going on at African Fashion Week. Some of the default, designers

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have flown in from Africa. Some of them are not African tour but

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designers who take huge inspiration from the culture. Started in 2011,

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Africa Fashion Week London gives emerging designers to get their work

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seen. So much so, many travel from far. I came all the way from Nigeria

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this show. I want to sell my clothes for a larger market. When I came out

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of uni, it wasn't as big. As an African designer, coming out, it was

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very much, like, you're different. But now this is here, it's very

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much, you know, like-minded people come to this place and you can sell

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to the right people. My predominant customer base is English or African

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Afro-Caribbean. It is starting to become quite prevalent in today's

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fashion. Everybody is starting to learn about African fashion. African

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fashion doesn't just mean traditional dress. One of the

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designers showing on the catwalk was born in London and raised in Nigeria

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and he wants to reflect African culture but combine it with his

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Savile Row training. When they say I am doing something with an African

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thing, they assume you have to do African print. I make beautiful

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prints. Just because I'm African doesn't mean I have to make

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Afrocentric things. In the last six years, over 800 designers have shown

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their work as part of Africa fashion week London. As well as providing an

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opportunity for all these emerging designers to show their work, Africa

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Fashion Week London hopes to give inspiration to other designers. I'm

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joined by one of the organisers. Do you think African fashion is

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becoming more mainstream? Absolutely. We get so much of the

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inspiration in collections that come in from Vivian Westwood and also

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some of the Gucci collections. It is all getting in fused. And also with

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the furniture designers, such as IKEA, we've been here for seven

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years now and we're just bigger and better every year. And we bring

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African fashioned the mainstream. And people take the inspiration,

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they buy the goods from the exhibitors, they watch the catwalk.

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Our catwalk is accessible because not many people get to see a

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professional catwalk show because they have London Fashion Week but

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that is for industry only so we try to make the catwalk very accessible

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and African fashion accessible and we do this for everybody, really. If

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you'd like to get to African inspired fashion fix, tickets are

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still available for tomorrow. It is in Covent Garden and there will be

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more shows. It has been pretty good, hasn't it?

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It has. That is almost two days in a row and it doesn't look bad for the

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weekend, either. Let's show you some lovely weather watcher photos. This

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was sent in a couple of hours ago. It is equally delightful at

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Stratford. The athletics stadium. However, there is always a but with

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the British weather, we have this weakening weather front. The cloud

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coming over the London region bringing some rain if you are

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heading out this evening. Rather in the evening than in the morning. It

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could be grey and wrap around dawn but milder than last night which

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could mean health fog. It is an improving picture. Eventually the

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cloud will break to reveal some sunshine. The breeze isn't coming

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from a great direction but we should see 22 as we have seen today. Late

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in the day we might catch the odd shower but it is essentially dry and

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fine. It might be grey as the athletics starts tomorrow morning

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but it should be a mostly fine and dry day. The evening should farewell

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as well. It looks like a clearer evening tomorrow night so if you

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missed the Perseid meteor shower, tonight it is cloudy at tomorrow's

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clearer so you'll get a better of seeing that. Early Sunday morning,

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it will be quite chilly with single figures in the countryside. The fog

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should clear quickly and then we see the Fairweather cloud Olding. It is

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essentially another fine and dry day. It will feel warm on Sunday as

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well. It hasn't been the best week but the weekend doesn't look too

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bad. We turn our attention to next week and we have these weather

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systems rattling in of the Atlantic giving the risk of some thundery

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rain potentially. Possibly something a little bit wet and windy towards

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the end of the week. So, it is good, really, it hasn't been the best but

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it looks like we should have the fine weather over the weekend. It

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isn't going to be very warm sunny but it is a lot better than what we

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have had and what will happen into next week as well.

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We will book on the bright side. 11 members of the same family have

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been convicted of running a modern The Rooney family picked up

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vulnerable people from the streets and kept them in squalid conditions

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in caravans, while forcing them to work for their business

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for little or no wages. Russia has intervened in the crisis,

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between the US and North Korea. The Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

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says the risk of military conflict is now "very high," and called

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on both sides to sign up to a plan, And an investigation is under way

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after a fire broke out on the Bakerloo line this morning,

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forcing passengers to be I will be back later

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during the ten o'clock news, but for now from everyone

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on the team have a lovely evening. # Are you up for the day?

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You up for the rhyme? #

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