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That's all from the BBC News at One

- so it's goodbye from me -

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Good afternoon, I'm Asad Ahmad.

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A man has died after two vehicles

crashed on the runway at Heathrow.

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Another man has been treated

for what was described

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as "non-life-threatening" injuries.

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A number of flights

have been cancelled,

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but the airfield remains open.

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For the latest, let's speak

to Chris Rogers who's there.

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Chris.

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The details have only just emerged

in the West are also. What we know

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from the London Ambulance Service

and the Metropolitan Police is just

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after six o'clock this morning, they

were called to the taxiway near

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Terminal 5 weather had been a

collision between two airport cars.

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One man, a driver, suffered a broken

soldier and was token the hospital

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-- broken shoulder. Another man

suffered a cardiac arrest.

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Paramedics battled for two hours to

save his life and that continued in

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the ambulance but he was pronounced

dead on arrival at the hospital. All

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of this witnessed by hundreds of

stranded passengers who had boarded

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planes but could not take off. Many

taking social media to explain what

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they could see. Bluelight,

ambulances and are medics battling

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to save the man's life. Most

passengers, around 25 flights, were

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affected and they had to head back

into Terminal 5. Incidents like this

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rare. The Metropolitan Police

Commissioner -- collision unit is

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investigating and flights are

returning to normal. Sadly, a lot of

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colleagues of that man here at work

today are trying to cope with the

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loss of their colleague who just

came to work today like any other

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day.

Indeed. Thanks very much.

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The National Childbirth Trust has

found a quarter of new and expectant

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mums who reported mental health

problems didn't get any help,

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leading to calls for urgent

action to be taken.

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The findings focussed

on an area in Surrey,

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where Amanda Akass has been speaking

to a mother, who considered

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taking her own life.

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Lisa adored her baby son Dylan

when he was born three years ago,

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but after the first few months,

she became crippled by anxiety

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and believed she wasn't given

the medication she needed.

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I was so anxious and so low

that the only way that I felt that

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I couldn't be in that pain any more

was to not be here.

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I wasn't planning a suicide,

but it felt like it could get

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to that point if I wasn't helped.

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Emma also feels missed opportunities

led to her developing

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postpartum psychosis.

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I was getting more

and more paranoid.

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I was...

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I was thinking that everyone

was talking about me.

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Emma says she was told she'd have

to wait five months for counselling.

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When you are really in need

and have to ask for help

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and you're not getting

it, it is awful.

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At least one in ten women

will experience a mental health

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problem during pregnancy

or their baby's first year.

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But the East Surrey survey found

more than a quarter of new mums

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who told NHS staff they had mental

health problems didn't get any help.

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And only 38% said they were asked

about their mental health

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by their GPs, despite NHS guidelines

telling family doctors to do so.

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The survey was set up by local

campaigner Sally Hogg.

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We know that the biggest cause

of death for women in the latter

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part of the year after having

a baby is suicide.

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Mental health is a killer of women

in the UK, that is how

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seriously it needs to be taken.

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Local MP Sam Gyimah has now set up

a working group of different NHS

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organisations to try

and tackle the issue.

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There are lots of mothers

suffering in silence.

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Suffering in silence because some

of them don't even know it's

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a mental health problem.

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They have just had their baby,

they don't know why they don't

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love their baby, why

they are having panic attacks.

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And these are harrowing tales.

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East Surrey Hospitals Trust say

that since the report

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was published last May,

there is now much more

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support available.

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A teacher from North London has been

named as one of the top-ten

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teachers in the world.

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Andria Zafirakou, who teaches Art

at the Alperton Community School

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in Wembley, could win a million

dollars and competed

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against thousands of hopefuls

from over 150 countries to make it

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to the top ten.

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She says many children in Brent have

to study while living in overcrowded

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and difficult conditions,

but teachers are doing

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their best to help.

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I feel it's so important to ensure

that when students come

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to the school, and their families,

that they feel comfortable

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and they feel welcomed.

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And when you have a community...

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I mean, we have got 35 different

languages in our school.

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It is beautifully diverse.

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And they are able to feel connected

and they are able to feel

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that they want to be there.

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It's a very safe place for them.

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At the end of the day, it is all

about our children, and every school

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teacher will say that. We don't

worry about what is happening, it is

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what is happening in the classroom,

how we can support our kids.

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Teachers know what is best for their

students and at the end of the day,

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it doesn't matter. Policies come and

go and our role is just to make sure

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that every child has a great

experience.

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that every child has

a great experience.

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Good luck to Ms Zafirakou.

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The winner will be

announced next month.

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A new exhibition has

opened at the Fashion

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and Textile Museum, in Bermondsey,

and it's all about T-shirts.

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The exhibition charts

the history and creativity

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of the T-shirt over the years,

which often tell us

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something about the wearer too.

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Here's Ayshea Buksh.

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Often just a simple piece

of clothing, the T-shirt can also be

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a canvas for high art

or radical politics.

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This new exhibition at the Fashion

and Textile Museum, in Bermondsey,

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charts its history.

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And as one of the world's

street-fashion capitals,

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the curator believes London

is the best place to show them off.

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London is a creative city,

and many of the T-shirts

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that we actually have on display

originated in London.

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And I think the London scene -

in terms of graphics,

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music, fashion design -

have all had their impact

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on the T-shirt, and I think

that's represented here.

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More than 200 T-shirts

are on display.

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Some are from the personal

collections of fashion designers

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Vivienne Westwood and Katharine

Hamnett.

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Others were donated by collectors

from around the world.

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American artist and photographer

Susan Barnett has spent nine years

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documenting the T-shirt-wearing

public on both sides

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of the Atlantic.

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She started her study shortly

after Barack Obama was elected.

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Over the years, the message

has changed, and it's

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become a lot darker.

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There's more anger.

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There's more anger at

the Government, anger at each other.

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Messages of hate, sadly.

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And one of the things that

interests me is to see what happens.

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These are time capsules.

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So whether you want to show

support for social activism

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or your favourite band,

wear your T-shirt with pride.

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It may well be a collector's

item in the future.

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And that was our correspondent

modelling at the end.

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Finally, the half-tonne

World War Two bomb which closed

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City Airport this week

will be detonated in

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a controlled explosion today.

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The device was found at the King

George V Dock at the weekend.

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It led to the complete closure of

City Airport.

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Now the weather, with Georgina.

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Some brightness and cloud today as

reflected in our pictures. This was

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taken into can. This morning. Thank

you for that. And beautiful Sunrise

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captured in Cobham, in Surrey, said

thank you for our pictures today.

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The next few hours sees wet weather

and the wind strengthening further.

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Rain comment from the West, cloud

building. Fairly fragmented for the

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most part and it will be persistent

at at times. Temperatures up to

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seven, possibly eight Celsius with

the southerly wind. This evening,

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the rain does push to the East. We

are left with fairly clear skies for

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much of the night. Warm air is

dragged in behind the rain and

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temperatures down to four, five

Celsius so much milder than it has

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been recently. Saint cloud first

thing and some rain. Otherwise, a

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mainly dry and bright day tomorrow

with sunny spells. Less breeze from

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the West tomorrow and milder, with

highs of 11 Celsius. We hold onto

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the Mall to weather for a number of

days and we will see double figures.

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That's it.

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Riz will be here with our early

evening and late news

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tonight on BBC One.

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Until then, whatever you're

doing this afternoon,

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have a very good afternoon.

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