Stratford route at 7:30 on 24 March

Here are the reported incidents at 7:30 on 24 March for the Tube system:

No line incidents reported. BANK STATION: No step-free access to the DLR platforms due to planned maintenance work.

CHARING CROSS STATION: Reduced escalator service until late April 2010.

EARLS COURT STATION: Reduced escalator service until late May 2010.

GREENFORD STATION: Due to works taking place, the car park will be closed until the end of 2010.

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Strike threat over Tube job cuts The RMT union threatens a strike ballot unless London Underground withdraws plans to axe 800 staff by Thursday.

‘Loyal’ soldier’s funeral tribute The funeral takes place of a 19-year-old soldier from east London who was killed in Helmand Province in Afghanistan.

G20 protest woman ‘like lunatic’ A G20 protester allegedly assaulted by a police officer was acting like a “lunatic”, a court hears.

Queen petitioned over homes fear Tenants on estates in London owned by the Crown ask the Queen to intervene to stop homes being sold.

Met drops Westminster probe Metropolitan Police (Met) drop an investigation into allegations of fraud at Westminster Council’s parking unit.

West Ham in joint stadium bid West Ham’s co-owner David Gold warns that if West Ham do not move to the Olympic Stadium the venue will be a “white elephant”.

Girl, two, attacked by family dog A two-year-old girl is in hospital after being attacked at her south-east London home by the family dog.

Arrested over ‘slave’ claim Police in London question a suspect for allegedly trafficking a woman into the United Kingdom (UK) to work as a “slave”.

Mayor halves gypsy pitch targets Mayor Boris Johnson does a U-turn by halving the number of gypsy sites in London, saying the current target is not achievable.

Woman found shot dead in house Detectives begin a murder inquiry after a Turkish woman is found shot dead in a house in east London.

Arrests in insider dealing probe Six people are held in a joint insider dealing inquiry in the City by the Financial Services Authority and Serious Organised Crime Agency.

Olympic-sized pool opens A 50m Olympic-sized pool which cost ?31m opens in west London, the first such pool to be built in the capital in 45 years.

Family zoo appeals for move help A family zoo in Brentford, west London, has six months to raise ?300,000 to relocate or it faces closure.

Marriage, prison or death? Raised in London but born in Afghanistan, Nel Hedayat, always wondered what her life would be like if she’d grown up there.

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