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Your News knees up in Neasden

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Konnie Huq and Matt Cooke travelled to the loneliest suburb in London to cover the stories, pictures and e-mails that you've sent the BBC over the past week.

First meet Marian who has to do her banking in the street. We investigate the disability access at her local branch.

With Gordon Brown having a tough time, according to many opinion polls, we ask the people of Neasden for their advice, if they were prime minister.

Watch Your News every weekend on the BBC News Channel at 15.30 on Saturday.

The programme is repeated at 10.30 and 23.30 every Sunday.

This episode of Your News from Neasden was first broadcast on the BBC News Channel at 15.30 on 27th September 2008.


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