London web chat: Racist rants, Tube strikes and more

11:22 16 December 2011

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Join us for another London web chat covering issues such as the Olympics, protests and pride in being a Londoner.

Yet another video has emerged online showing a racist rant by a passenger on Londons public transport, while others stand around filming it on their phones and laughing.

London Underground workers are to stage four strikes, including one on Boxing Day, in a row over bank holiday pay, it was announced on Wednesday.

Its coming up to Christmas. Do you still plod the high-street or is the internet the way you get your presents.

If you are someone with strong opinions on whats happening in London and would like to discuss these or any other issues, wed would love you to get involved in our web chat thislunchtime, so come along, join the debate and share your views.

Our Week In Review web chat will take place between noon and 2pm on Friday December 16.

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