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South Korea ferry: calls for captain's arrest as hundreds are still feared dead
Prosecutors have asked a court to issue an arrest warrant for the captain of the South Korean ferry that sank two days ago, leaving hundreds missing and feared dead.
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Teachers consider fresh round of strikes as pay and pensions row continues
Teachers are preparing for more strike action this summer as the long-running row over pay, pensions and conditions continues.
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Chelsea Chanel store targeted in early morning smash-and-grab
Detectives are investigating a robbery in the early hours of Good Friday at the Chanel shop in Chelsea.
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Move quickly on Ukraine agreement, urges David Cameron
David Cameron has insisted agreements aimed at calming tensions in Ukraine must be implemented rapidly, Downing Street said.
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Peaches Geldof funeral to be held on Easter Monday
Peaches Geldof's funeral will be held on Easter Monday at the same church where that of her mother Paula Yates was held.
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Ground-breaking new show reveals secrets of London's drag scene
London's newest broadcaster London Live has previewed a ground-breaking new show taking a look at the city's drag queen scene.
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Channel Tunnel trains back to normal
Channel Tunnel rail services have returned to normal on Good Friday morning after being hit by severe disruption.
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West Ham striker Tombides, 20, dies
West Ham confirm that their 20-year-old Australian-born striker Dylan Tombides has died of cancer.
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Luxury bags stolen in store raid
Chanel handbags worth thousands of pounds each are stolen during a ram- raid at the luxury brand's west London store.
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A fifth of gardeners 'throw snails'
A survey finds one-fifth of gardeners admit to throwing snails over their neighbour's fence, with Londoners the worst culprits.
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DLR station makes way for Crossrail
Docklands Light Railway's (DLR) Pudding Mill Lane stop shuts to make way for a much larger station after Easter.
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Bullied children still suffer at 50
Children can experience the negative effects of bullying on their physical and mental health more than 40 years later, says a study from King's College London.
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The battle to save Lambeth's modernist sheltered housing
Designed by celebrated architect Kate Macintosh, 269 Leigham Court Road is a modernist gem, but Lambeth council wants to sell it off. Oliver Wainwright meets the architect and residents to find out why it's worth savingIn the packed common room...
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Eric Pickles: I'll shut council freesheets that publish 'propaganda on the rates'
Communities secretary targets five Labour-led London boroughs, where he says free press is being put out of businessEric Pickles has threatened to shut free newspapers given out by five Labour-run councils, accusing them of peddling propaganda.The communities and local government...
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RMT union to strike in London over tube ticket office closures
London Underground workers are to stage five days of strike action in dispute over tube ticket officesCommuters in London face a further period of heightened transport misery after tube workers announced five days of strikes. Members of the RMT union...
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Communities minister Eric Pickles is demanding that five London councils stop publishing newspapers. He has given them a two-week ultimatum to explain why they should not face legal action.Formal letters have been sent to the councils responsible for producing East...
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London police seize large haul of firearms
Assault rifles, sawn-off shotguns and an Uzi sub-machine gun among weapons in one of largest finds ever recorded in LondonPolice have seized 30 firearms including assault rifles, sawn-off shotguns, an Uzi sub-machine gun and a Thompson machine gun in one...
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