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The opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2014 is underway in Glasgow, led by Scottish comedian Karen Dunbar with a welcoming song.
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Budget airline easyJet has cancelled all Israel flights tomorrow, but British Airways will continue its London to Tel Aviv services.
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A fire tore through a six storey block of flats and damaged a roof terrace in south east London this evening.
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Veteran actress Dora Bryan, who starred in TV series Last Of The Summer Wine and film Taste of Honey, has died aged 91.
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Pro-Palestine campaigners are blockading the entrance to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
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A judge has made a ruling on care arrangements for a boy whose parents battled in court over how his cancerous brain tumour should be treated.
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Baby P boss awarded £680,000 payout
Ex-head of Haringey's children's services Sharon Shoesmith awarded £680,000 for her unfair dismissal claim.
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Police 'spied on dead man's family'
A woman calling for an inquiry into her son's death in 1997 says she has been told she was spied on by undercover police officers.
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Baby death mum spared jail time
A teenage mother is given a suspended jail sentence after pleading guilty to the manslaughter of her four-month-old baby in east London.
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Worboys victims granted compensation
Two women who were sexually assaulted by taxi driver John Worboys have been awarded compensation from the Met police.
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Mayor 'to miss housing target'
The Mayor of London will miss his target to build 55,000 homes in the capital by 2015, figures from a housing board suggest.
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'Risks remain' on Crossrail project
'Considerable risks' remain in delivering the Crossrail project on time, MPs say.
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Guardian RSS News

Boroughs seeking to build more homes of their own are a reminder of what the capital has lost and needs to regainLeafy, Lib Dem Sutton is the latest London borough to make a big announcement about building new council housing....
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Scotland Yard claims relatives were not the target of surveillance but that 'inappropriate' information about them was gatheredUndercover police gathered intelligence on grieving families who were battling the Metropolitan police for justice, including the relatives of Jean Charles de Menezes,...
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The launch of the Black Cultural Archives will show that our presence in the UK is measured in millennia, not decadesI remember the time I got caned at school. It was the 1970s, and during a history lesson I put...
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Good Housekeeping is to give its research institute a home of its own by moving it out from its editorial offices into its own premises in London's Soho. Continue reading...
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Two women awarded £41,250 by London high court after judge finds failures in investigation of sexual assaultsTwo women who were sexually assaulted by the London cabbie John Worboys have won compensation totalling £41,250 from the Metropolitan police.One of the women,...
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