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Now on BBC One, it's time

for the news where you are.

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Good evening, I'm Asad Ahmad.

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Plans to make London the safest city

in the world for women have

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come under attack...

from some women.

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Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan,

has pledged millions of pounds

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to start changing society's

attitudes towards women

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and making them feel safer,

but his plan has also

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been called "offensive".

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Here's Sarah Harris.

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Often people are so scared

to actually make a point

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and say, you're doing this.

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Listening to women from all

ages and backgrounds.

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The Mayor determined to make

London a beacon for gender

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equality across the world.

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For him, that's not just

about tackling violence,

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but changing attitudes.

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We've got to prevent women

being the victims of violence,

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women and girls, and that means

education, changing boys'

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attitudes in particular.

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Making sure that we

investment in young people.

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Making sure there are

safe places to work.

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The event was held at

the Royal Central School of Speech

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and Drama where they've introduced

a zero-tolerance attitude

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to sexual abuse.

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Student Milly Wise was able to get

help when she says a man rubbed

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himself against her in a bar.

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She says a sign on the wall made it

clear where to get support.

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I felt very uncomfortable,

it was not nice at all.

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I actually felt a little bit

sick because I don't

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want that on me at all.

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But, like I say, I remembered seeing

the sign and it was definitely a big

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reassurance to know that this space

had that system in place.

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Across the world this week women

have been marching to celebrate

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International Women's Day,

but not everyone is convinced in

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London much intervention is needed.

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You know, women have fought

for years to be treated as equals

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and to be treated as strong,

autonomous individuals

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and I actually find it a little bit

offensive this kind of a message

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from the Mayor of London that,

you know, Sadiq Khan is going

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to come and save all of us women.

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We don't need him to save us,

we're all doing fine.

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It's early days for the Mayor's

plans, but there'll be funding

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for tackling perpetrators

and victim support.

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The aim - to make the capital

the world's safest city for women.

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Sarah Harris, BBC London News.

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A teenager who was shot and killed

in north London has been named

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as 19-year-old Kelvin Odunuyi.

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He was shot yesterday outside

a cinema in Wood Green.

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Police are looking for two people

who rode off on a moped.

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A patient with a serious

lung condition says

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she was "horrified" to find that

three "Do Not Attempt Resuscitation"

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forms were put on her medical

records against here

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and her family's wishes.

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Carol Hall was having treatment

at Frimley Park Hospital

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when the forms were discovered.

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Sophie Seth has been

speaking to Mrs Hall.

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Frightening to think they could have

those forms and I didn't know

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anything about them.

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Carol has a degenerative lung

condition called COPD,

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last summer a chest infection meant

she was in and out of

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Frimley Park Hospital.

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In that time, she had

three do not attempt

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resuscitation forms on her file.

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Both she and her husband told me

they had no knowledge of them.

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All three forms said that Carol

and her family agreed

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she shouldn't be resuscitated,

something they dispute.

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Resuscitation has risks.

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Doctors are advised that a patient's

wishes should always be considered,

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but they don't have to give

treatment if they believe it

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won't benefit the patient.

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However, medical guidelines state

that doctors must provide

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"honest and accurate record-keeping"

of the process.

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I've contacted Frimley Park

Hospital, but it says it cannot

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comment on this particular case.

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However, it says it understands

the importance of good communication

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when it comes to issues around

do not attempt cardiopulmonary

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resuscitation.

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The hospital also says it's

reviewing its current forms

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to ensure they are as clear

as possible for

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clinicians and patients.

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One charity has told us they have

seen an increase in patients

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concerned about resuscitation forms.

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We know that doctors are under a lot

of pressure and sometimes

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the communication isn't happening,

and sometimes I think they're almost

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frightened to have the conversation,

they're worried the patient

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is going to be upset.

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Carol is now receiving NHS

care packages at home,

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she hopes no-one else goes

through what she did.

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I'd like to see that they

are treated correctly,

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with care and compassion

because some people out

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there might not have any family

to stick up for them.

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Carol Hall ending that

report by Sophie Seth.

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After nearly 70 years

as one of Britain's most

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famous music publications,

NME will no longer be available

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as a magazine from today.

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Its publisher says the decision

to stop the print edition

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is due to rising costs.

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One of its former writers is author

and journalist Tony Parsons,

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who shared his memories.

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I think if you were a child

in the '60s, then music

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was absolutely at the centre

of your universe, and

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the NME was my Bible.

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# The Jean Genie

lives on his back #.

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I ended up working for the NME

because it was the only job

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in the world that I really wanted,

and it was...

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I'll tell you what it was like,

it was like stepping

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through the back of the wardrobe

into Narnia.

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It was a completely magical

and transcendent experience.

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# The Shareef don't like it #.

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We discovered bands

and we championed bands

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and we understood what the little

kernel of magic at their heart.

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When the NME was great,

and it was great for knocking

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on for half a century.

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You know, we were standing

on the shoulders of giants.

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You know, we had so

much to write about.

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It's a period of time,

a magical embarrassment of riches.

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A great golden era for music

that's drawing to a close,

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and the NME's part of it.

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Some great musical memories

there with Tony Parsons.

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Let's get the weather now with Stav.

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Let's get the weather now with Stav.

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I got caught out in the rain today?

I know. That was... This was the

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thing of the past. Early on this

morning it was glorious. Quickly

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conditions went down hill and cloud

and rain spread northwards.

It will

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be wet tonight it will introduce

milder air. This weekend is looking

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much milder than last weekend. There

will be sunshine and showers. The

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overnight rain will clear. Through

quite quickly. By dawn there should

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be clear spells and mist and fog

around. Temperatures no lower than

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10 or 11 degrees to start Saturday.

Early brightness will diminish. A

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band of showery rain will spread up

from the south. Some could be heavy

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in places. We could see a little bit

of brightness in between. What you

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will notice is the temperatures, 14

or 15 degrees maybe 16 degrees. That

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is much milder than what we had of

late. That mild theme will remain

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for the week ahead. It will be

fairly unsettled at times. Windy as

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well as we head through the course

of the week. Stay tuned

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