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That's all from the BBC News at six, so it's goodbye from me

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Locked up for at least 14 years - the teenager who fatally stabbed

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15-year-old Quamari Barnes outside the school gates.

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At no stage for me have I had anger. I've got more disbelief that someone

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so young could do something so bad. On the same day, a 40-year-old boy

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is shot in London. Brexit?

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What Brexit? As Europe's fastest-growing

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fashion chain launches in London, we ask if they're

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worried about immigration. Following your food

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from field to fork. The new app helping us find out

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exactly where our meals comes from. And cabbies hail their leading lady

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as Maureen Lipman directs a new play They should be nurtured, they really

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should, just as much as Buckingham Palace or any of the other things.

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A very good evening and welcome to the programme.

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That's how the mother of 15-year-old Quamari Serunkuma Barnes has

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Today the teenager who chased and stabbed him with a large kitchen

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knife outside his school has been locked up for at least 14

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Quamari's mother said he loved school and his life

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His parents say the community needs to take more responsibility

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Alex Bushill has been speaking to them.

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Quamari Barnes was just 15 and on his way home when he was stabbed to

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death outside his school. He was clearly adored by his many friends,

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some of whom he had just shared a class with. His killer, another

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schoolboy of the same age. At no stage for me have I had anger. I've

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got more disbelief that someone so young could do something so bad. Her

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son was a pupil at the capital city Academy, and it was outside these

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gates his many friends came to remember him, and through these

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school gates that he was to walk to his death. Back in January as he

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left school, he walked up oil gardens, waiting here on the corner

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was his assailant. Come -- Quamari was his assailant. Come --

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recognised him and ran back towards the school, but he was stabbed.

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Later in hospital, he was able to whisper the name of his killer to a

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nurse. And to this day, I cannot reveal his name because of reporting

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restrictions. The judge at the Old Bailey today sentenced the defendant

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to a minimum of 14 years detention at Her Majesty is pleasure. He said

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the restrictions on revealing his identity would not be lifted because

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there is the chance he could still yet be rehabilitated. What no one in

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court expected was for the defendant to suddenly confess, but he did,

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just minutes before sentencing in a written submission. The judge

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removed two years of his jail term as a result. Outside court, Quamari

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's family were not impressed. He was grabbing at straws, trying to save

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his own skin. It was last ditch, trying to save his own bacon. As the

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motive, nobody knows why Quamari Barnes was stabbed. His attacker has

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only said he was acting out of anger. He had been looking for

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another boy who he had quarrelled with the night before, which is why

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Quamari 's mother has this message for other parents. You should be

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aware of what your child is doing. I know a lot of people work, but maybe

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we all need to take an active role in how kids are being looked after

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and not just left to get on with whatever they want to get on with.

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That's why far her this was an act of violence that was as casual as it

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was fatal, and it cost her her son. That was one family's ordeal

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and wait for justice. However, it's not just

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knife crime affecting teenagers in our city,

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but gun crime, too, as another Our home affairs correspondent

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Nick Beake is here. Yes, Corey Junior Davis, known as

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CJ, was shot on Monday in Forest Gate in east London. This was three

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o'clock in the afternoon just around the corner from the train station,

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and he died in hospital last night around ten o'clock. Today his

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grandfather has described him as a lovely little lad and said he has no

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idea why anyone would have wanted to kill him. A 17-year-old boy was also

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shot. He received what has been described as life changing injuries.

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He is still in hospital in a stable condition. Scotland Yard described

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this as an extreme act of violence. They want information but they are

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also concerned about possible retaliation, and there have been

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extra patrols in this particular part of new. They are appealing for

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witnesses, any information about a light-coloured 4x4 vehicle seen

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speeding off after the shooting. So far no one has been arrested. What

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is interesting about this over the last year or so, knife crime has

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taken the headlines, this 24% rise in knife crime, but over the same

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period there has been a 42% rise in gun crime. The context here, there

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are ten times more stabbing injuries compared with gunshot injuries, but

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it is clear that both weapons can be lethal. We have seen that

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illustrated today both in the case of Quamari Barnes stabbed to death,

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his killer now starting his sentence, and also in the shooting

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of CJ Davis tonight, and his family are mourning his loss. Nick, thank

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you very much indeed. Lots more ahead in the programme tonight,

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including: You can understand why people would be frustrated...

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We challenge the Mayor of London on his latest plans

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A major European fashion brand made its UK debut,

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today opening a store on Oxford Street.

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The Polish brand has 450 shops in 18 countries.

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Plans for its London launch were made before

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On the day a leaked Home Office document suggests future

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restrictions on EU workers, we look at what impact this could

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Here's our political editor, Tim Donovan reports.

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Brands don't respect borders, and here's the latest proof -

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Kate Moss the face of a Polish clothing chain with 1,700

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Opening in Oxford Street today, its first attempt to conquer London.

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Brexit came too late for second thoughts here.

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The company's been planning this for three years.

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Of course it's a little bit worrying, because in our case,

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we have 10-15% of people working for us coming from Eastern Europe.

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It's a little bit worrying that the UK will leave

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the European Union, because we believe that

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in a global environment, it's better to be in a bigger family

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In retail in London, a fifth of workers are from the EU,

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but more controls on who comes in wasn't worrying

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If the shop owner wants to start their own business,

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We'll have sensible controls of immigration coming in,

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the people we want, people like these guys here.

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They are young, they're are bright, they are bringing

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But we don't want all the other people who come here just

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Others are not so sure about the suggestion that unskilled

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EU workers could only come here for two years.

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We need to think about when people have been here for two years, well,

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have they settled down, and what do we need to do to enable

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We need to think about our own people wanting to go

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It's not just retail watching all this anxiously.

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Lots of sectors are potentially affected - construction,

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For them, it's better to employ people locally.

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But they have found that it is difficult to get people

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to do some of the jobs we have available.

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So what I think and what the data suggests is that it

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If we have people here contributing and working and paying taxes,

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But many people aren't convinced by that and want assurances that

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free movement is curtailed as soon as possible.

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And as we heard, one of the sectors with the highest number of EU

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workers is hospitality, and our political editor Tim Donovan joins

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us from a restaurant in West London. Tim? This is the tension, people

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have voted for more controls, tighter controls on immigration, but

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at the same time we're hearing all of these concerns and anxieties

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about the economy. Take this restaurant in Ealing, 30 staff,

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thriving, half of them British, yes, but the other half are from the EU,

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and they are feeling uncertainty when they hear talk of things like

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people going back after two years, unskilled EU workers. Alex is the

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owner. So they will be off after two years? Apparently so. And yet again

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disappointed that our workers are described as unskilled. They are of

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great value tab the economy. Hospitality has created a huge

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number of jobs in recent years and contributes massively to the

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country, and I think it would be extremely dangerous to lose all

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these valuable employees. Yet people have unknowingly voted and said they

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want more controls and fewer people. Apparently so, but despite the

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campaigning and cars looking for British staff to work in the

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restaurants, I am particularly worried that there is nothing in

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place to replace these job roles with these most valuable people

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leaving our shores. Thank you. Another busy midweek evening ahead.

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Now everything is OK, but the concerns here, what is it going to

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look like in two years? Our political editor, Tim Donovan, thank

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you. Police are appealing for witnesses

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to come forward after a woman was found distressed and partially

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clothed on a street The woman, in her 20s,

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was pulled into a silver car by two men a few days earlier

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in Haven Green near Officers are keen to speak

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to a female passer-by who helped and who is described as having

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an Irish accent and purple hair. Ryanair is changing its luggage

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policy, meaning passengers will no Non-priority travellers

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flying from Stansted, Luton and Gatwick will be restricted

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to just a handbag or Ryanair says flights are being

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delayed because of the lack of space Customers will be able

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to leave small suitcases The Mayor is to spend

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?250 million buying up land City Hall says it's a key part

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of its strategy to tackle His opponents say it lacks detail

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and doesn't set targets. Our political correspondent

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Karl Mercer spoke to Sadiq Khan as he visited a council estate

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in East London. It's your other people

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out of the way for you. Much in politics is about setting

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the stage your the stars of The mayor was in Tower Hamlets

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to launch his housing strategy, his plan for building

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the home 's London needs over This is the sordid development he

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wants to see more of. This family moved in a few weeks ago. All of the

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homes on this site are at affordable or council rents. It means we can

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stay within the borough and not move of London. We are lucky enough to

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stay in Tower Hamlets and have such a lovely home and a very safe place,

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as well, so definitely. This nearby estate is also said to be rebuilt,

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half of its 1500 homes will be affordable. The mayor announced a

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new fund today that will be used to buy land. We have to build more

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homes, but they have to be the right sort of homes, as well. But like

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many politicians, the mayor is fond of a catchphrase, and when it comes

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to housing and the speed at which he could deliver new homes, it is this.

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It is a marathon, not a sprint. I have said it is going to be a

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marathon and a sprint. But when it comes to renting homes cheaply, he

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is not out of the blocks. In the last year, your administration have

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built no homes for social red. That is because we use the money given by

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the previous administration, which was zero, so there will be very few

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homes built in the next year, either. But you can understand why

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people would be frustrated when for those at the bottom they can see

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nothing delivered in the first couple of years. That is why I

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always say it is a marathon not a sprint. It will take some time for

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Londoners to see some of the benefits of our new policies. How

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many are you going to build by the end of your term? I haven't set a

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target in my manifesto or elsewhere about the number of homes I will

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build for the simple reason there are too many ifs and buts. Londoners

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wanted to start taking action on the severe housing crisis, and it is

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only since the election he started to parrot this idea that it is a

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marathon not a sprint. No, it's a sprint, because Londoners are

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homeless now, and they need homes developed now. The mayor's Housing

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strategy is now quite full consultation. That means all

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Londoners can have their say. Still to come:

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Maureen Lipman, a black cab, and The Knowledge.

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We chat to her about her latest play.

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And we've had one of the better weather days of the week, but I've

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got news of wetter weather in the forecast. Join me for all the

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details later on. Parents in Croydon

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are the latest to be threatened with a ?130 fine

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for dropping their children The council hopes the six-month

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trial outside three local primaries 8.30am this morning,

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and the school run's well under way Parents and children arriving

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on foot, the road outside the school But things haven't

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always been like this. Veronica lives in the flats

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next to the school. She told me how a sea of cars used

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to block residents in, There was one time when one

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of our residents needed to go She missed it because somebody had

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blocked her in and when you come out in the morning, it's chock-a-block,

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so there are cars coming She's one of those who has pushed

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for something to be done. This week, a pilot scheme has

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been launched at three primary schools in Croydon,

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including St Chads, which bans parents from dropping off their kids

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by car at certain roads If they're caught, they could

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face a fine of ?130. We lobbied the local council

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and police, and this is their scheme I don't think it's

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unique to Croydon. I don't think it's just to do

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with parking and fining parents, it's to do with wider issues around

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pollution and child health. We know that one of the schools,

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for example, 65% of pupils travel to school each day by car,

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but 50% of the pupils live So we hope this will encourage some

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parents to leave the car at home. Back at St Chads, not all parents

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are obeying the rules. I've got a baby

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in the car screaming. I need to rush and get

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home to feed him. I think it's a bad idea for them

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not to allow someone If you're rushing to bring your

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children and you have to park all the way out there and rush up

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with them, and then you end up getting late for school

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and then ?130 to pay. But the majority of those I spoke

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to were in support of the changes, including Blandsford

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and his granddaughter. It's a good idea

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to park and walk in. I think it's fun and

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it's good exercise. Those who are physically unable

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to walk can apply for permits. The council says if the six-month

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pilot is successful, it could be rolled out in other

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schools in the borough. Next, have you ever wondered

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where the food on your plate Well, a new app on your phone

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could make it much easier to follow its journey from the field

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to fork, as our environment correspondent Tom Edwards

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has finding out. How does this bacon get

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to this shop in west London If you're in the store,

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you can access that information simply by touching your phone

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on these NFC-enabled new smart tags. This technology aims to help

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list how the product got At the moment, it's hard to tell

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all the amazing stuff that goes into creating this bacon,

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but through having a digital element to that label,

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you can find out all of the great standards that are upheld and stand

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behind that mark. The organic market

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continues to grow. around 1.5% of the total UK

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food and drink market. The criticism might be

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that it's a gimmick. We know that consumers

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want more information about where their food comes from,

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and this is an easy-to-use, interactive way that they can access

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more information about the source At this farm in Devon,

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they welcome anything that I think the shopper is going to want

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to know more and more about where their produce

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is coming from. The label is only a certain size

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on a packet and you can't get all the messages across,

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so for us, it's a dream come true, allowing the shopper

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to hear about the story. Nikki wants to know more

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about where her food comes from. I want to know that the animals,

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you know, come from I want to know how long

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it's travelled for... This is a small trial,

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but it's hoped it'll help increase transparency

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on where our food comes from. Now, this next tale will hopefully

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end happily ever after. Because children in East London have

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been enjoying a storytelling The books are being read

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by drag queens and kings. I think he needs some I think he

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needs some that is a funny whale craft session, it's a colouring in

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and craft session, only with a seven assistant

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Midnight struck, and Prince cinders changed back into himself.

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It's aimed at younger children and their families,

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and it just happens to have a drag king, drag queen or a gender fluid

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performer reading out stories to the children.

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bearded for performer for bullied at school, it's an important who was

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bullied at school, it's an important message.

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Kids get so subtly conditioned to not tolerate things that

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are different or things they have been told to get.

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So if we can give them little nudges and help them see that having

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a different magical rainbow or having a magical rainbow beard

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You're going to come across people who are gender fluid everywhere,

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It is nice to make them see different things. In fact, it seems

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the harshest critics are actually the youngest in the audience. I have

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a full face of make up and I am blinding them with sparkles, so it's

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understandable if they cry. Still, today everyone lived happily ever

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after, however different they might it is nice to make them see

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different things. In fact, it seems the harshest critics are actually

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the youngest in the audience. I have a full face of make up and I am

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blinding them with sparkles, so it's understandable if they cry. Still,

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today everyone lived happily ever after, however different they might

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appear. Maureen Lipman is one

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of our best-loved actresses, recognisable as the face of BT

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for many years. So maybe it's only right that her

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latest project is about another Sarah Harris hitched a ride

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to chat about the play, Has the business changed? Chewing

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the fat with a cabbie is one of London's pleasures for actress

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Maureen Lipman. Just as well the latest play she's directing is all

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about them. It's a group she is determined to stand up for. They

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really have to pay to do this has the business changed? Chewing the

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fat with a cabbie is one of London's pleasures for actress Maureen

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Lipman. Just as well the latest play she's directing is all about them.

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It's a group she is determined to stand up for. They really have to

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pay to do, emotionally and physically. And they should, just as

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much as Buckingham Palace. I ask the questions, Mr Weller I ask the

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questions, Mr Weller. Former EastEnders actor stars in the play,

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which follows the lives of cabbies in the 1970s trying stars in the

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play, which follows the lives of cabbies in the 1970s Maureen

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Lipman's late husband, who has pass the famously difficult Knowledge

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test. It was written by Maureen Lipman's late husband, who has

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described his hymn to the London he came to love. Jack just often with

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Jack and it's so changed the idea that people had about black cabs.

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Often with Jackthere was group of men and the odd woman working of a

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group of men and the old in the perceived and real the successes and

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the perceived and real failure and all of that somebody said the other

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night, somebody said the other night, having seen something tells

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me Jack would be proud of his wife's directing role. I don't bite my

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nails, but I can feel him sitting there, looking tortured, and I know

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the cast think I am tortured as well, they said it's like an

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odyssey. Something tells me Jack would be proud of his wife's

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directing role. I don't bite my nails, but I can feel him sitting

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there, looking tortured, and I know the cast think I am tortured because

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I am! I just want to get all the inflections right for Jack. The

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Knowledge was broadcast on TV in 1979, but this is the premiere of

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the stage adaptation and will run at the Charing Cross theatre for ten

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The Knowledge was broadcast on TV in 1979, but this is the premier of the

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stage adaptation and will run at the Charing Cross theatre for ten weeks.

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Let's get a check on the weather now, and Nick Miller has joined us.

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In a week of mediocre weather, we fared OK today if you kept

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expectations low. In a week of mediocre weather, we fared OK today

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if you kept expectations low. There was sunshine and quite a lot of

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cloud, but the majority state drive. The same can't be said for as we

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look further ahead. Tonight, a bit of patchy cloud. Barely a breath of

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wind all over. It has a quiet night written all over tomorrow, we will

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have some in the morning, very similar to recent mornings.

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Tomorrow, we will have as we start, but a change as the day goes on.

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Will build and we will lose that the sunshine. It is not going to last.

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The cloud will build and we will lose that sunshine we begin with the

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possibility of catching a we begin with the possibility of catching a

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by no means will everybody catch one tomorrow evening, there is a greater

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chance of seeing a tomorrow evening, there is a greater chance of seeing

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a by Friday, things get complicated due to this weather, although there

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could still be brighter spells around. By Friday, things get

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complicated due to this weather front there is a strong possibility

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that it will be wet there is a strong possibility that it will be

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wet on Friday on Friday, it could rain all day. The best case scenario

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is on Friday, it could rain all day. The best case scenario is that it

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will rain for a time. Still something to play four on still

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something to play for day, but expect a on at this stage. Day

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because there will be showers. And on don't expect a dry day because

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there will be showers. And, a chance of rain

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you can see more on the day's stories on our you can see more on

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the day's stories on our the team, thanks for watching and enjoy your

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evening. We will be back with

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