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London's toxic air: How is your London borough affected?

Twice as many people in London are being killed by air pollution than previously thought. Research found 9,400 people a year die because of toxic fumes and particles in the air.

Here's how the figure breaks down between each London borough.

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  • Barking and Dagenham, 142 deaths
  • Barnet, 279 deaths
  • Bexley, 201 deaths
  • Brent, 193 deaths
  • Bromley, 271 deaths
  • Camden, 173 deaths
  • Croydon, 271 deaths
  • Ealing, 245 deaths
  • Enfield, 212 deaths
  • Greenwich, 200 deaths
  • Hackney, 148 deaths
  • Hammersmith and Fulham, 132 deaths
  • Haringey, 144 deaths
  • Harrow, 150 deaths
  • Havering, 207 deaths
  • Hillingdon, 188 deaths
  • Hounslow, 174 deaths
  • Islington, 164 deaths
  • Kensington and Chelsea, 133 deaths
  • Kingston upon Thames, 117 deaths
  • Lambeth, 198 deaths
  • Lewisham, 204 deaths
  • Merton, 141 deaths
  • Newham, 165 deaths
  • Redbridge, 200 deaths
  • Richmond upon Thames, 136 deaths
  • Southwark, 206 deaths
  • Sutton, 157 deaths
  • Tower Hamlets, 158 deaths
  • Waltham Forest, 165 deaths
  • Wandsworth, 210 deaths
  • Westminster, 184 deaths

Source: Kings College London