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On the trains there is continuing disruption to services into and out of London Euston this morning.
Passengers heading in from Northampton and Milton Keynes are being warned it could continue until lunchtime.
A fire yesterday near South Hampstead next to the track damaged signalling and triggered a power cut.
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A dumper truck was used to ram-raid a bank in Milton Keynes.Read the full story ›
'Be prepared' is their motto - and you'll need to be prepared to wait if you want to join the Scouts.
The waiting list to get into a pack is long and getting longer.
Here in the East there are more than seven thousand youngsters wanting to sign up.
That's 20% more than last year with a grand total of nearly 50,000 across the region.
The number joining has been going up for more than a decade, particularly in Norfolk, and while there has also been a surge in the number of adults volunteering for the movement, it is not quite enough.
We invited a group of Norfolk Scouts into the ITV News Anglia studio to tell us why it is so popular.