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Now on BBC One, it's time for the news where you are.
People have brought their families up here, people have got memories
for stop it is not just a house, it is a home, it is where you have got
memories. You have got old people who want to actually come you know,
die where they feel safe. You have got young people who feel safe here.
But that is not the concern of the council, it is just pure profit.
Residents are concerned that the changes that will be made will mean
that property prices go up for people who have lived there for 30
odd years will now on the vehicle to afford to live there. Can you give
them any guarantees that is not the case? We have been very clear with
residents that affordable housing would be re-provided. People would
be given a new home in the same area or be given a new home at the same
rent. The government says they welcome this type of approach, with
a slight reservation. It makes great sense to try and bring in private
money, you get more done. The problem here, it seems to me, is
making sure that you take the local residents that live there with you.
I have no idea what's going to happen. Where I might have to go. If
I'll be able to afford it. I am very, very scared, very scared.
Sam Leggatt speaking to Dan Freedman.
Southern Rail says it hopes to run more than 70%
of services tomorrow, despite a strike by conductors
The 24-hour stoppage is about whether conductors
Three further strikes by the Aslef Union this week,
A charity, based in east London, believe health officials aren't
doing enough to encourage women to have smear tests.
'Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust' says over the past five years -
there's been a small but significant drop in the number of
A smear of lipstick to encourage women to get their smear test. These
selfies are part of the campaign highlighting the importance of
cervical screening in preventing screening. The tests are offered to
women aged 25 to 64, but the numbers attending have been falling. There
are a lot of people that perhaps don't know my history... Roars from
Guildford knows more than most how important early detection can be. I
had been going for my smears as I should have been, and luckily for me
an abnormality was picked up, and that turned out to be cervical
cancer. So I think it is so important for other women to go when
they are called up, or just to keep an eye on when your smear test is
June and to make an apartment and go. I was very lucky. If that had
not been picked up than I might not be here today. Results from the
latest survey by the charity Jo's cervical cancer charity trust,
suggests half of women aged 25 to 39 have put off getting a smear test.
More than a quarter said they were too embarrassed, a similar number
said they were worried about pain, and almost one in ten said they had
never had a test. At the moment in England for example, the numbers of
women attending is that a 19 year low. It is dropping across the UK,
that is hugely concerning because if it carries on with the more women
diagnosed, sadly see more women passing away and we just want that
to happen. NHS England says it is particularly worried about the foil
in young women getting smears in the last few years because that has been
linked with a rise in the number of women under 35 getting cervical
cancer. It says it's working on projects to encourage more women to
take the test, that could prove to be life-saving. After a cold but
sunny day, let's get the forecast now from Elizabeth. Some of our rule
spots early on this morning got down to a very chilly -7, minus eight
Celsius. Overnight tonight there will be another widespread sharp
frost forming, along with some fog. A Met Office with a warning out for
this fog tomorrow, it could be very slow to lift and quite dense and
widespread too, maybe leading to some travel problems on the road. If
you're flying someone tomorrow morning you might want to check
before you travel too. You can do all of that by joining in to BBC
London tomorrow morning. It will slowly lift and clear, things should
brighten up, and in the top the bridges between three and five
Celsius. There might be more fog problems around on Tuesday morning
but it should stay dry for the rest of the week. It will still feel
rather cold. That is it for now, more on the website but I will be
back with the next news at 10:20pm on BBC One. Whatever you are doing,
have a very good evening. of freezing fog. Already warnings in
place from the Met office. I will concentrate on the fog as we go
through the night. It will become quite dense late on in the night.
When you have cloud cover you so much fog and that emojis .4 solo but
as you saw last night potentially we could see values are a lot lower
than this where the skies remain clear. Tomorrow morning could be a
bit of a pea soup. Including the London