New measures are being brought in to help women feel safer at night

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New measures are being brought in to help women feel safer at night

The Night Czar Amy Lamé is meeting with representatives from London's police force, TfL and night-time venues to work out how women can be better protected after dark. 

It's all part of a new summit taking place at City Hall.

They're drawing up a list of commitments - known as the Women's Night Safety Charter - that they want rolled out across London by next year.

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