London mayor praises 'breath-taking heroism' of public during knife rampage
Friday, 29 November 2019 Ordinary Londoners demonstrated "breath-taking heroism" in disarming a knife-wielding attacker who injured several people in Friday's incident at London Bridge, mayor Sadiq Khan said.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has described the members of public who tackled the London Bridge attacker as "the best of us". Despite the possibility the man was wearing a suicide vest, subsequently revealed to be fake, several people grappled the man to the ground and disarmed him.
Eight people had to be rescued after vehicles were trapped in water on a major road in north-west London. Firefighters helped motorists stuck in half a metre of water on the North Circular road near Brent Cross.
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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has joined the Metropolitan Police for a walkabout today, ahead of further easing of lockdown measures this weekend. Mr Khan warned Londoners that the opening of pubs tomorrow was a "new normal" and should not be treated like New Year's Eve or a "return to business as usual". Report by Connerv. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
London Mayor Sadiq Khan urges Londoners not to treat the reopening of pubs and bars this weekend "like New Year's Eve".Mr Khan said that more police officers would be deployed across London to make sure people were behaving responsibly.
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The Prince of Wales meets Tube workers who worked at the height of the pandemic. Alongside Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, the royal praised workers for their efforts.The Tube network has run throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Survivors and families of those killed in the London Bridge and Borough Market terror attack have secured cash payouts ahead of the third anniversary of the atrocity. Lawyer Patrick Maguire, of Slater and Gordon – who represents some of the injured and victims’ families, said most of his clients had now settled compensation claims with Hertz’s insurer Probus for undisclosed sums.
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