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Grenfell fire officer's 'impossible...

Grenfell fire officer's 'impossible decision'

A fire officer says he told a father to go back for his family, despite fearing he would not survive.
London model Harry Uzoka 'murdered ...

London model Harry Uzoka 'murdered in row over girl'

Harry Uzoka was killed after branding his love rival a 'fake' on Instagram, a court hears.
'Delays' hit third new Govia Thames...

'Delays' hit third new Govia Thameslink rail timetable

Commuters face more delays as Govia Thameslink Railway introduces a "more reliable" timetable.
Wanstead Flats fire: Crews 'praying...

Wanstead Flats fire: Crews 'praying for rain' amid heatwave

London Fire Brigade issues warning amid dry conditions which can see fire "spread like lightning".
World Cup 2018: Tube station named ...

World Cup 2018: Tube station named Gareth Southgate

The rebranding of Southgate station is to celebrate England's World Cup run in Russia.
Canterbury social housing deal stop...

Canterbury social housing deal stopped London 'gazumpers'

Canterbury council does a secret deal to buy properties without alerting rival councils in London.

Timesonline

Government scales back child worker...

Government scales back child worker vetting scheme

Plans to vet millions of people working with children and vulnerable adults are to be scaled back to ?common sense? levels, the Government announced today
Live: Bloody Sunday families shown ...

Live: Bloody Sunday families shown Saville report

9.40 BST On a January morning 38 years ago, 13 protesters died at the hands of British paratroopers and 14 were injured, one so seriously he died four months later. For many of their relatives, the years since have been dominated by the search for truth about what happened during 25 chaotic minutes in central Londonderry.
Bloody Sunday fees hit £100m, with ...

Bloody Sunday fees hit £100m, with 14 lawyers earning more than £1m

A total of £100 million, more than half the costs of the Bloody Sunday inquiry, established in 1998, has gone on legal fees.
Freedom of Information Act gives pr...

Freedom of Information Act gives protection to royal secrets

The Royal Family and the Royal Household were exempted from direct requests for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. The Royal Household was not included in the Act?s definition of a public authority, so members of the public are unable to access information held in the Royal Archives. Public bodies can be asked to release information that may include details about the Royal Family, but protection also covers communications between public bodies, such as government departments, and the Royal Family or Royal Household.
BNP leader invited to meet Queen at...

BNP leader invited to meet Queen at Buckingham Palace garden party

Nick Griffin, the leader of the British National Party, has been invited to attend a Buckingham Palace garden party hosted by the Queen, The Times has learnt.
England sees again how fragile opti...

England sees again how fragile optimism can be on and off the field

We have Harold Wilson to blame for the search for connections between the World Cup and the fortunes of the nation.

The London News

Brothers sentenced on terrorism cha...

Brothers sentenced on terrorism charges in Britain

Two brothers from London have become the first Britons to be jailed for attending terrorist training in Syria, London's Metropolitan Police said Wednesday. Mohommod Hassin Nawaz,31, was sentenced to ...
Bayern dominated despite being down...

Bayern dominated despite being down to 10 Guardiola

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola said that his team dominated the game despite being down to 10 in the Champions League match against England's Manchester City. "Even though we lost, I am very ...
Original helmet pioneer Amiss says ...

Original helmet pioneer Amiss says lessons to be learnt from Hughes injury

Former England batsman Dennis Amiss hopes that lessons could be learnt from the horrifying head injury suffered by Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who died after being hit on the head by a bouncer ...
Hamilton set to overtake Beckham as...

Hamilton set to overtake Beckham as richest ever Brit sportsman

Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton is set to overtake former England football captain David Beckham as the richest ever British sportsman. Hamilton would see his earnings smash through the 500 ...
Nick Compton credits absolute legen...

Nick Compton credits absolute legend Hughes for changing his game tactics

England batsman Nick Compton has credited deceased Australian batsman Phillip Hughes for changing his thinking about the game. Compton, who teamed up with Hughes for Western Suburbs cricket club in ...
World chess champion to play pupils

World chess champion to play pupils

<br> <br>A world chess champion will play up to 15 children at the same time. <br> <br> <br>The chess team from Akiva School, in East End Road, Finchley, will take on ...

Dailymail

Hosepipe ban hits 7 million Brito...

Hosepipe ban hits 7 million Britons for the first time in six years

Customers will not be allowed to use a hose to water their garden or plants. Cleaning cars, windows, paths and outdoor surfaces with a hose will also be banned.
Novichok nerve agent that killed ...

Novichok nerve agent that killed a mother-of-three 'was in a perfume bottle'

Charlie Rowley (pictured), 45, was left fighting for his life in hospital after being exposed to the deadly nerve agent in Salisbury, Wiltshire.
Four friends 'die in suicide chai...

Four friends 'die in suicide chain including Love Island star and her distraught boyfriend'

Two brothers who were found hanged within three weeks of each other were close friends of tragic Love Island star Sophie Gradon and her boyfriend who also took their own lives, the siblings' father said.
Toy slime could make children ill...

Toy slime could make children ill thanks to chemical that can cause vomiting

Consumer watchdog Which? has found some slime products contain potentially unsafe levels of the chemical boron, which in excessive levels causes bouts of diarrhoea, vomiting and cramps.
Donald Trump's team say he looked...

Donald Trump's team say he looked 'weak' next to Vladimir Putin

Donald Trump's first summit with Vladimir Putin left him looking 'incredibly weak' in comparison to his Russian counterpart, according to one of the US president's own appointees.
Diver who died trying to save Tha...

Diver who died trying to save Thai boys honoured at funeral service

Hundreds of mourners gathered near the Tham Luang cave complex, in the northern Thai province of Chiang Rai, as they paid their respects to Saman Kunan.

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Financial Times UK

NHS pledge raises pressure for tax ...

NHS pledge raises pressure for tax rises, warns OBR

May?s health spending commitment seen to put public finances at risk
How Russian gas became Europe?s mos...

How Russian gas became Europe?s most divisive commodity

Nord Stream 2 will pipe energy to Germany, but critics warn of political tensions
Trump refuses to blame Putin over e...

Trump refuses to blame Putin over election meddling 

US president says Russian leader was ?strong and powerful in his denial?
Revolut reports suspected money lau...

Revolut reports suspected money laundering

UK fintech company tells law enforcement authorities and financial watchdog
Australia CEO pay hits record as wo...

Australia CEO pay hits record as worker wages stagnate

Pension funds decry ?tone-deaf? bonuses and warn of objections to excessive rises
Brexit deadlock boils down to custo...

Brexit deadlock boils down to customs union conundrum

Theresa May?s preferred hybrid solution will never fly with the EU

Daily Mirror

Mum accused of killing 11-week-old ...

Mum accused of killing 11-week-old son after lethal mix of drugs found in her breast milk

The tragic infant died from amphetamine and methamphetamine poisoning just hours after being breast-fed
Drug mule records harrowing farewel...

Drug mule records harrowing farewell video before dying after cocaine capsule burst in her stomach in Portugal hotel room

Dayse Ricarte, 28, is believed to have agreed to smuggle 71 grams of cocaine to Europe in return for around £2,350
Jodie Whittaker hopes playing first...

Jodie Whittaker hopes playing first female Doctor will inspire young girls and admits there's less pressure for her

The Broadchurch star said "all the rules are out of the window"
Terrifying dash-cam footage shows b...

Terrifying dash-cam footage shows boy racer and speeding girlfriend smash into lorry at 120mph

Tyrone Doran and girlfriend Amy Ferguson were each doing more than 100mph on their way home when stranger Farid Ferdosian decided to chase them down in his Mini
Simple mistakes that are costing le...

Simple mistakes that are costing learner drivers £62 each every single year - don't let it happen to you

Almost 5,000 provisional drivers are failing their test each year - but it CAN be helped
More misery for savers as NS&I slas...

More misery for savers as NS&I slashes ISA rates for thousands of people

As of March, 387,000 people held a total of £4.6billion in Direct ISA accounts - however this could all change in September
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