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'Please don't bye him' pleads boy over £15 toy panda

Ten-year-old Leon fell in love with a cuddly toy Panda when he saw it in a supermarket, however, in a sad turn of events, it was the last toy on the shelf, and his mum said he couldn't have it as she couldn't afford it until her next pay day.

So Leon found an empty box, and hid the panda inside, hoping he would still be there when he next visited. He wrote a message on the box, which said:

‘My mum doesnt have anuff money, so she’s byeng me Pandy next week 15 June. So please don’t bye him it will make me cry – thank you so much from his hopeful future owner. Pandas name is Pandy.’

Luckily, his note was later spotted by some kind-hearted staff members, who decided to buy the toy for him - later putting an appeal out to try and track down Pandy's 'future owner'.

Leon's mum Debbie said: 'As he was walking out, he said to me ‘this is the best day of my life’. It meant the world to him!'

The angry residents of Chalcots Estate: We just want to go home

Imagine you're settling down for the evening and suddenly there's a knock at the door. You're told the building you live in is a fire risk and you're asked to leave immediately. Do you stay and take your chances? Or uproot your family and evacuate?

That's been the reality for some of the residents of the Chalcots Estate in Camden after it was found that four of the estate’s tower blocks were covered in flammable cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower.

We’re joined by three of those residents; 72-year-old Shirley Phillips (and her dog Tilly), mum-of-three Michelle Gilmore, and Iola McCarogher, who are all living in cramped temporary accommodation which is starting to take a toll on both their physical and mental health.