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Fatal 'hit-and-run' police issue pl...

Fatal 'hit-and-run' police issue plea

Police appeal for witnesses after a man is killed in a suspected hit-and-run in north-east London.
UK Ebola nurse 'happy to be alive'

UK Ebola nurse 'happy to be alive'

British nurse Pauline Cafferkey tells the BBC she is "very happy to be alive" as she is discharged from a London hospital, having made a full recovery from Ebola.
Stephen Fry signs 'save Soho' lette...

Stephen Fry signs 'save Soho' letter

Stephen Fry is among campaigners who have signed a letter to the government warning that London's Soho is in danger of losing its identity.
Broadmoor fraud claims investigated

Broadmoor fraud claims investigated

An investigation is launched into allegations of fraud and overspending at the trust which runs Broadmoor high security hospital.
Mourinho 'ashamed' of FA Cup exit

Mourinho 'ashamed' of FA Cup exit

Jose Mourinho is "ashamed" by the loss to Bradford City in the FA Cup.
Job loss fears over 'council merger...

Job loss fears over 'council merger'

A union says it is concerned plans for two London councils to merge could lead to "massive job losses".

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

Manything app turns your phone in...

Manything app turns your phone into a CCTV CAMERA

The free app was created by British designers and lets anxious homeowners know exactly what's going on in their house.
Lisa and Wendy Bell scammed 91-ye...

Lisa and Wendy Bell scammed 91-year-old Parkinson's sufferer out of more than £500k

Lisa Bell, 30, pictured, and her 57-year-old mother Wendy Bell, from Cullingworth, West Yorkshire, could face jail after they were convicted of plotting to defraud widow Audrey Hammond.
The ham made from meat soup to pr...

The ham made from meat soup to prawns with their eyes plucked out and kebabs with a glass full of grease: The unappetising truth about some of our favourite foods

The unsettling secrets of how what we eat is made include the fact that beer is cleared of its natural cloudiness with seaweed and yeast cells are removed with a substance from dried fish bladders.
'Chris Grayling is a s*** that ne...

'Chris Grayling is a s*** that needs to be flushed', Jerry Hayes says

Criminal barrister Jerry Hayes (pictured), who was the Conservative MP for Harlow from 1983 until 1997, blasted Mr Grayling, who is also Lord Chancellor, as 'off his trolley'.
28 injured after M4 pile-up which...

28 injured after M4 pile-up which caused major tail-backs for 'miles'†

One woman was airlifted to hospital and 28 others taken by ambulance after the incident on the M4 near Cardiff, south Wales, which caused miles of tailbacks.
Disabled man with mental age of s...

Disabled man with mental age of seven barred from Legoland over child protection fears†

The Legoland Discovery Centre in Manchester's Trafford Centre has been accused of 'discrimination' by the families of disabled men for its policy that bars adults from visiting the attraction without a child.

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