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Morning Headlines
1st December 2014

Tube strike: Northern line workers walk-out 

Londoner's journeys may be disrupted as workers on the Northern Line begin a 24-hour strike on Monday morning. 

Members of the RMT union have walked out after one of their colleagues was dismissed because for failing an alcohol breath test. 

The walkout will last all of the day and some disruption is expected on the line. 


Record online shopping expected on 'Cyber Monday' 

Cyber Monday gets underway today following the mayhem of Black Friday and it's estimated nearly 25 million of us will go online to buy presents today. 

Supermarkets and online retailers are offering special deals online. 

It has been estimated that six-million Brits could spend up to £650million on pre-Christmas deals. 


The Evening Standard Theatre Awards

The Evening Standard Theatre Awards took place last night  - Gillian Anderson and Tom Hiddlestown scooped the top acting honours at the ceremony at the London Palladium.

Police hunt murderers of man killed at north London party

A murder investigation is underway in north London after a man was stabbed in the early hours of Sunday morning. 

Police were called to Haselbury road in Edmonton just before 3am after a fight broke out at a party. 

The man in his early twenties, was brought to hospital but later died. 

Four teenagers have been arrested in connection with the incident.

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