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Tonight, clear spells for a time but cloud may thicken in the early hours. There will then be a risk of showers spreading up from the south, some could be heavy.
Minimum temperature: 6 to 9°C (43 to 48°F).
The claim: Violence is rising exponentially.
Reality Check verdict: Assuming he just means it's rising fast, he is right according to the police recorded crime figures but there is not yet any sign of such an increase in the Crime Survey for England and Wales.
Che Donald, vice-chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, the body representing police officers, was on BBC Radio 4 on Friday talking about violence, which he said was "increasing exponentially".
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A foster family received death threats after their details were accidently released by a hospital.
In 2016 carers Mary and John - who asked to remain anonymous - fostered a child who was taken into care at birth.
Someone claiming to be the duty social worker called Mary's mobile and asked how the child was.
"I asked the voice at the other end whether they had got the right foster carers, because duty social workers are not sometimes aware a child has moved," she said.
The caller replied: "I will kill you."
A number of threatening text messages followed, including one which said: "I know where you live, I'll kill you, you stole my baby, you can't have children of your own that's why you foster".
Across London, reports of data breaches in child protection departments are up a third over the last four years.
This statement by the Metropolitan Police has been issued today following the recent spate of violent crime in the capital:Quote Message: The Met Police held a community meeting this morning to hear first-hand concerns arising from specific communities as a result of the continued focus on knife crime and murder in London. This is on top of all the local level engagement taking place on a daily basis being driven by our Borough and Basic Command Unit Commanders. The Met has been absolutely clear that we cannot tackle knife crime alone, we cannot enforce our way out of this and will do all we can to mobilise communities behind us and to help protect London. from Met Police
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The British Red Cross has released first aid advice after the spike in violent crimes in London this week.
How to help someone who is bleeding heavily
- Put pressure on the wound with whatever is available to stop or slow down the flow of blood
- Call 999
- Keep pressure on the wound until help arrives
If there is an object in the wound, don’t remove it as this could make the bleeding a lot worse. Apply pressure around it.
The person looks pale, feels cold and is dizzy. What does this mean?
This means there isn’t enough blood flowing through the body. This physical response to an injury is called shock, and it can be life threatening.
If you suspect someone is going into shock:
- Continue to apply pressure to the wound to stop the blood coming out
- Call 999 if you haven’t already done so
- Lie them down and lift their feet higher than the rest of their body. This keeps their legs higher than their heart, which helps increase blood flow to their brain and heart
- Reassure them and wrap them in coats or a blanket to keep them warm
Haringey Council and the Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group are looking for residents to join a reference group to scrutinise their work in areas such as autism, learning disabilities, mental health and dementia.
Once established, the group will ensure both authorities deliver a good service, and raise concerns over potential problems in the delivery or communication.
Hakeem Blake pays tribute to his sister Tanesha, 17, who was shot dead in Tottenham on Monday night.
This afternoon will be dry with further spells of hazy sunshine, although there will be a fair amount of mid and high level cloud.
A very mild afternoon but with a gusty south-easterly wind. Maximum temperature: 14 to 17°C (57 to 63°F).
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There have been 52 murders in the capital so far this year - and MP David Lammy says the drugs trade is driving a rise in violence.
"We are the drugs market of Europe," Mr Lammy told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
The Tottenham MP added that the UK's drugs market was worth £11bn, and London was at its centre.
Just days afterInside Croydonhighlighted how the management at Mayday Hospital had slapped parking charges on holders of blue badges, they have now slammed on the hand brake and gone quickly into reverse, returning to the previous policy of offering free parking in designated bays.