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The Week On The Web: Tube strike, terror hotline, QPR view and love a dog

By Chris Howse: Digital Editor

Some of the best stories from the past week on itv.com/london. Got a story? Email us at contactus@itvlondon.com

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TUBE STRIKE THREAT

This week, the threat more strikes on the Tube, this time after a driver failed a breath test.

Alex McGuigan Credit: RMT

Alex McGuigan was sacked under London Underground's strict rules on alcohol. But, the RMT claims the test failed to prove their colleague was over the limit. Here's what you've been saying on Facebook.

This man has thousands of lives in his hands everyday. In any line of work you can't turn up under the influence.

– Jessica Lawton

They are in dispute because the methods used to find this driver guilty are unreliable.

– Maxwell Fluckiger

ANTI-TERROR HOTLINE

Who's the one person who should know the number of the anti-terror hotline?

Credit: PA

The Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe was struggling this week on LBC. He was being challenged over the success of an awareness campaign - which looks like it hasn't gone too well.

He was eventually put out of his agony and told the number - admitting it was pretty tricky to remember.

QPR VIEW

This was the week's most shared image - the view from the away-end at QPR.

Sam White paid nearly 40 pounds for a ticket and despite being warned of the restricted view, the Southampton fan says he missed nearly all the action - because he spent most of the time staring at a big steel box. Not surprisingly he wants his money back.

ANIMALS NEED LOVE

Finally, ahead of Valentine's Day tomorrow - meet London's undateables.

Credit: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home
Credit: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home

Looking for loving new owners at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, these are some of the animals it seems no one wants to take home. From feisty felines to deaf Dalmatians - they come in all sorts of shapes and sizes.

If you can give a Battersea undateable a second chance at love, please visit www.battersea.org.uk or email rehoming@battersea.org.uk for more information