Three at 3: The three stories you need to read right now

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It’s Monday afternoon - need we say say more? So why bother trawling the internet for something to read?

We’ve done the legwork for you, and put together the top three stories of the day in bite-sized form, just to make your life that bit easier.

Check out our three at three.

More travel for your money

Showing that he is dedicated to delivering on what he promised to Londoners, Sadiq Khan revealed today that he will be launching the bus ‘Hopper’ tickets earlier than we thought. This will allow passengers to make extended journeys across London at the cost of a standard adult fare should the second journey begin within the hour.

Southern strike updates

Southern rail has announced that it has plans to be of some service to commuters during strikes due to commence in the early hours of Wednesday morning. This should provide some comfort to commuters who have been faced with what seems like an endless spate of strikes, but if the past is anything to go by, are these plans we can rely on?

Better schools, larger premiums

A research has shown that parents are willing to pay a high price for houses closest to the best state school. House prices near these sought after schools are up 31 per cent from last year, but which postal district has attracted the largest premium?