Rail bosses have been forced to apologise after people living in a part of south London complained of a Christmas ruined by engineering work.
Residents in Deptford were told by Network Rail that work to replace a bridge would be finished by the new year, but that hasn't been the case, as Simon Harris reports.
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The former London Mayor also claimed Tony Blair's decision to ignore security advice had "killed 52 Londoners".
The victim, a woman in her 40s from Hillingdon, west Londion, was conned into handing over the fortune to a man who faked his name.
Inspectors found a culture of bullying and major problems with poor ambulance response times at the trust, which is the biggest in the UK.