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Sadiq Khan has released a statement expressing his anger on that. We know a bullish is permanently affecting children's lungs develop and, resulting in smaller lungs for life. I refuse to stand by while my children are being exposed to greater health conditions.
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One third of the total. 160 primary schools, one fifth of the London total. The number of children affected, it has doubled from 2010 when there was just 433 schools affected. This means that thousands of children are being exposed to illegal levels of toxicity despite going to school.
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A study has shown that children are routinely breathing in toxic air. Well let's get more on this now with Willem Marx. Two related stories. Explained the thinking behind Chris Grayling's intervention. Right now, four in ten cars in the UK are diesel.
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We don't know how they think about us, but we defend our... GUNFIRE. We do everything. We do everything to get ourselves, our children, everything, everything, get this country safe. For the civilian population, these are terrifying times. Families cover in their homes. -- power in their homes.
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.. Sadiq Khan has said that we know it pollution is permanently affecting children's lung's. ... He has introduced this toxicity charge for the most heavily polluting vehicles. Something Birmingham, Derby, Leeds, and Southampton are considering. Sky News has joined Iraqi forces in the suburbs of Mosul - as the battle to oust Islamic State from the city enters its most dangerous phase. Mosul is the second largest city in Iraq.
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That is 34% of the total cost one with 360 primary schools, 20% of the total in London. The number of schools affected has doubled from two there is no time, when just 433 schools were affected. This means tens of thousands of children being exposed to over the legal limits of nitrogen dioxide in particular.
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His comments, in the Daily Mail, came after it emerged that thousands of children in London are attending schools in areas with pollution levels above the EU legal limits.
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But an incoming round has everyone running for cover. We do everything. To get ourselves, our children, everything, everything, out of this country and get safe. For the civilian population, these are terrifying times. Families cower in their homes.
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We can get more on this now with Willem Marx. This report today has been specifically looking at children. It has been commissioned by the London Mayor, Sadiq Khan. He said he was going to introduce a £10 toxicity charge for the most polluting vehicles on the streets of London. It has found that 802 out of 3,261 nurseries, primary schools and colleges were within... The mere of London said, I refuse to stand by while our children are being exposed to pollution.
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That is not a huge level of support from his MPs with slim margins. However, he has support from within the party membership. He has won two Labour leadership contests overwhelmingly. There are claims children at one in four schools in London are being subjected to illegal levels of air pollution.
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It could turn up in a pub quiz tonight. It could. It'll soon be time to raid the children's piggy banks and check down the back of the sofa, because the £1 coin is having its much-publicised first makeover in more than 30 years. The new 12-sided coin will be in our pockets by the end of March.
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More bad results and more Labour MPs will be pushing for Mr Corbyn to go. A study commissioned by the Mayor of London has found that children at one in four schools in the capital are being subjected to illegal levels of air pollution. In 2013, 802 of the capital's 3,261 schools and nurseries were within 150 metres of nitrogen dioxide levels that breached EU limits.
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Western Mosul, we are hearing that IS fighters are effectively cornered in the packed streets of the rest of the city because there are Shia militia to the west and coalition forces running from the south so there is no way out. And there are three quarters of a million civilians in there. What hope is there for them and how do you reach them before the fighting gets worse? There are 300,000 children stuck in those streets, in those houses, in that packed area of the centre of Mosul.
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And that has allowed the people to not only protect their own housing but also resume their normal way of life as quickly as possible. We see in eastern Mosul, which has already been taken, schools have already started to open, children are going back to school, teachers are attending school, and the normal way of life has resumed.
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Iraqi forces have moved into the suburbs of western Mosul, as they continue their campaign to reclaim the area from IS. They have advanced into suburbs were 750,000 people still live. Many of them are children. With ours is Peter Hawkins, Unicef representative in Iraq. Thank you for talking to us.
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But children think that they can demand, there is no please and thank you, they are losing their manners. They are losing their social skills. Thank you very much. You will be coming back in an hour. I will do. Coming up in the next half hour: Grasmere Island inspired the creation of the National Trust but for more than 100 years it's been in private hands.
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And kids, if their parents are doing it incorrectly, they are becoming very impolite and losing the social skills. So they are ordering them, bossy. They are turning into spoiled brats. Somebody from the brats has said it is the way the parents talk that will influence children. So if parents do it properly, this will not happen. I cannot read what one parent said about his kid in here or I will be taken off.
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We know how they think about us, but we defend our... EXPLOSION We do everything. To get ourselves, our children, everything, everything, out of this country and get safe. For the civilian population, these are terrifying times. Families cower in their homes.
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The impact on their health, as you can imagine, pretty dramatic. We're talking about things like asthma, smaller lung capacity. Sadiq Khan has released a statement sing that we know that children's lung development is affected.
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There are claims children at one in four schools in London are being subjected to illegal levels of air pollution. Well let's get more on this now with Willem Marx. This report today has been specifically looking at children. It has been commissioned by the London Mayor, Sadiq Khan.
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A study commissioned by the Mayor of London has found that children at one in four schools in the capital are being subjected to illegal levels of air pollution. In 2013, 802 of the capitals 3,261 schools and nurseries were within 150 metres of nitrogen dioxide levels that breached EU limits.
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S from their towns and cities. We know how they think about us, but we defend our... EXPLOSION. We do everything. To get ourselves, our children, everything everything, to help this country and get safe. For the civilian population, these are terrifying times. Families cower in their homes, others venture bravely out.
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To question. What are the implications on the children and what will Brexit mean for us? -- two questions. Essentially that will be the question, will pretend adopted the levels that the EU had? In terms of lungs, this impact capacity. It was said that we know it impacts on one development.