London's apprentices were given a little help today.
The Mayor announced he's cutting the cost of them getting around London, by giving them a third off the price of public transport.
Boris Johnson says it could help around 40,000 people save more than £600 a year.
But the discount travel will only last for a year.
The details now from our Political Correspondent Simon Harris:
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