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Million Person March protest against systemic racism [Video]

Million Person March protest against systemic racism

Interview with Anthony Spencer a protest organiser as demonstrators gather atNotting Hill gate for the 'Million People March' against systemic racism,before marching to Hyde Park. The purpose of the..

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Family mourn death of transport worker spat on by virus carrier [Video]

Family mourn death of transport worker spat on by virus carrier

A woman who worked at one of London's busiest rail stations has died after having previously been spat at by a man who said he had the new coronavirus, her union said on Tuesday. Soraya Ali reports.

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Prime Minister pays tribute to frontline workers who have died from Covid-19 [Video]

Prime Minister pays tribute to frontline workers who have died from Covid-19

Boris Johnson pays tribute to Belly Mujinga, a railway ticket office worker who died with coronavirus after being spat at while on duty. The PM said the deaths of 144 NHS workers and 131 social care..

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Searching for the truth about Belly Mujinga

A BBC investigation into the death of transport worker Belly Mujinga raises questions about the inquiries carried out by her employer and the police.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Belly Mujinga's death: Searching for the truth

A BBC investigation into the death of transport worker Belly Mujinga raises questions about the inquiries carried out by her employer and the police.
BBC News - Published

Belly Mujinga: Calls for inquest into alleged 'virus cough attack' death

Belly Mujinga died of Covid-19, after reportedly being coughed on by someone saying: "I have the virus."
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Belly Mujinga: 'No evidence' rail worker was spat on

Police conclude "no spitting incident happened" after the death of Belly Mujinga at Victoria station.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Belly Mujinga: No charges over station worker's coronavirus death

Prosecutors find "no further reliable evidence" to support a prosecution over Belly Mujinga's death.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Belly Mujinga - homicide ruled out as spitting suspect did not have Covid

belly mujinga - homicide ruled out as spitting suspect did not have covid
She died in April, a few weeks after the incident, leaving a widower and an 11-year-old daughter
Tamworth Herald - Published

CPS rules out charges over coronavirus death of railway worker Belly Mujinga

Prosecutors have ruled out homicide charges over the death of railway worker Belly Mujinga after medical tests confirmed the suspect had not been infected with coronavirus.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Memorial to be built for transport workers lost to Covid-19

memorial to be built for transport workers lost to covid-19
"I can think of no better location than Victoria Station where Belly Mujinga sadly was an employee who lost her life.”
Hull Daily Mail - Published Also reported by •Wales Online

Plan to erect memorial for transport workers in honour of Belly Mujinga

A memorial for transport workers could be erected at London Victoria station in honour of Belly Mujinga, who died after being allegedly spat at by a man who claimed to have Covid-19.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Belly Mujinga: Protesters 'defending my wife's cause' says husband

Belly Mujinga's husband says the Black Lives Matter protesters are helping to keep her case going.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Belly Mujinga: CPS asked to review investigation into death of railway worker as more than 1 million sign petition for justice

'Black lives do matter. Belly's life mattered... We want justice for Belly,' says husband
Independent - Published

Belly Mujinga: CPS to review Covid death of station worker

Police ask for an independent probe into Belly Mujinga's death as a petition tops 1m signatures.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

CPS asked to review evidence over death of railway worker

The Crown Prosecution Service has been asked to review evidence into the death of railway worker Belly Mujinga in recognition of wider public interest, although the case is not being reopened, British..
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Petition in support of railway worker...

Belly Mujinga died with coronavirus after an incident at London’s Victoria railway station.
Express and Star - Published

Tory MP tells constituent ‘all lives matter’ in response to death of Black rail worker who died after coronavirus spit attack

A Conservative MP has responded to a constituent’s concerns about the death of Black rail worker Belly Mujinga with an email telling her that “all lives matter”. David Evennett, 71, is MP for..
PinkNews - Published

Belly Mujinga’s family call for better workplace protections

The family of a railway worker who died with coronavirus have called on her employer to take action to protect its staff.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Coronavirus: Death of Belly Mujinga 'not linked to spit attack'

Police decide to take no further action over the death of Belly Mujinga, who died with coronavirus.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

No prosecution over Covid-19 death of railway worker Belly Mujinga, police say

The husband of railway worker Belly Mujinga has spoken of his sadness after police said her death from coronavirus was not linked to being spat at by a man claiming he was infected with the virus.
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Belly Mujinga: No further action to be taken after railway worker died from coronavirus after being spat at, British transport police say

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Independent - Published

Coronavirus: Man interviewed by police over death of railway worker

A man is interviewed under caution after Belly Mujinga died with coronavirus after being spat at at work.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Belly Mujinga: Police interview man over spitting incident before London Victoria worker died of coronavirus

Police have interviewed a 57-year-old man in connection with the death of a woman who worked at London's Victoria railway station.
Independent - Published

Belly Mujinga: Police recover CCTV of suspect who spat at railway worker before her death with coronavirus

Investigation launched seven weeks after attack at London's Victoria station
Independent - Published

Police launch full investigation into 'shocking' death of Victoria Station worker Belly Mujinga

police launch full investigation into 'shocking' death of victoria station worker belly mujinga
The 47-year-old mum-of-one was on the concourse of the station with two other members of staff when she was spat and coughed at, said British Transport Police
Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser - Published Also reported by •Surrey Mirror

‘Tragic’ railway worker’s colleagues ‘scared’ for their safety

Colleagues of railway worker Belly Mujinga have described feeling “scared” and “vulnerable” after the Victoria station staff member died with coronavirus a fortnight after being spat at while..
Belfast Telegraph - Published

We are vulnerable and scared, say tragic railway worker’s colleagues

Colleagues of railway worker Belly Mujinga have described feeling “scared” and “vulnerable” after the Victoria station staff member died with coronavirus a fortnight after being spat at while..
Belfast Telegraph - Published

Coronavirus: £11,000 raised for 'good and caring' railway worker who died after being spat on

Belly Mujinga, 47, was on duty at London's Victoria station when man 'asked what she was doing before spitting and coughing' on her and colleague
Independent - Published

Ticket office worker dies after being spat at by man with COVID-19

ticket office worker dies after being spat at by man with covid-19
Belly Mujinga, 47, who had underlying respiratory problems, was working at Victoria station in London in March when she was assaulted
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