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Police in London will be employing vehicle barriers at tonight's New Year's Eve celebrations.Terrorists have used vehicles to mow down pedestrians in several attacks across the world this year, including twice in the capital in London Bridge and Westminster.Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations tonight, with organisers saying the event - one of the world's biggest street parties - will be unaffected by the arrival of Storm Dylan earlier today.Gusts of up to 80mph were forecast to batter parts of Scotland in the first half of 31 December, but warnings are not currently in force for Sunday evening and night.London Ambulance Service (LAS) said it took 7,000 emergency calls on 31 December last year, 2,000 more than a typical day.Extra control room staff, ambulance crews, and support workers have been drafted in to cope with the increase in demand tonight.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union on South Western Railway (SWR) and Cross Country have walked out over a long-running battles relating to guards, rosters and Sunday working.
Edinburgh's celebrations will feature kve music, DJs, street entertainment and fireworks displays from Edinburgh Castle, as well as street performers, dancers, acrobats and fire-eaters.
Rag'n'Bone Man will headline the Concert in the Gardens main stage, while those performing on the three Street Party stages include The Human League, Sacred Paws, Treacherous Orchestra and Huey Morgan.
There will be fewer police in London for tonight's New Year’s Eve celebrations compared to previous years, despite four serious terror attacks in the capital during 2017.
But a larger number of armed police will be deployed, the Metropolitan Police said.Whatsapp went down as India celebrated its New Year, prompting thousands to complain they could not send messages to friends and family.