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An estate agent sacked for stealing a chocolate bar from a tenant’s flat today claimed he ate it to stop himself fainting.
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Ed Miliband hit out at "ugly" tactics used by Yes campaigners after he was hounded out of a shopping centre during a Scottish referendum rally.
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A pop-up restaurant has been forced to cancel a Death Row themed event after accusations of bad taste.
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This is the moment a have-a-go hero teenager tackled a thug who was fleeing after shoving two female police officers to the ground.
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Two men have died after a helicopter crashed into the sea below a 200ft cliff face in east Yorkshire.
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Police are looking for a missing Latvian man they want to speak to in connection with the disappearance of 14-year-old Alice Gross.
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Sighting of missing girl's rucksack
Police looking for missing schoolgirl Alice Gross say there has been a new sighting of her rucksack and they are trying to trace a man who went missing a week after her.
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'Sweet theft' estate agent sacked
An estate agent is sacked after apparently being caught on camera stealing a bar of chocolate while showing a client around a flat.
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Man shot by police in London named
A man shot dead by police in north London is named by the police watchdog investigating the shooting.
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Girl 'shot on boyfriend's birthday'
A 15-year-old girl was shot in the neck when she was shown a gun by her boyfriend on his birthday, a court hears.
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Firm 'refuses' talks over QPR plans
A car supermarket says it would refuse talks with Queens Park Rangers over the club's plans for a new stadium on land it owns.
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Contactless payments arrive for Tube
Contactless bank cards are being introduced on London's Tube, DLR and Overground trains from Tuesday.
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The 12th London Design Festival takes place this week, with hundreds of artists, designers and makers exhibiting their works and wares across the capital. From antler trains to edible lace, heres a selection of our favourite pieces Continue reading...
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Financial Reporting Council review asks firms to report on continued ability to operate and consider boardroom diversityAll companies not just banks will have to be able to claw back directors' pay and prove bonuses are linked to performance...
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Up and down the country, poor communities are united by their hostility to the capital. Regional rivalries aside, this matters in terms of cohesion, and for what it reveals about inequalityA theme recurs as Guardian video chroniclers John Harris and...
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Spider in Da House will help identify 12 of the most common invaders frequenting homes during autumn mating seasonAs the annual invasion of eight-legged males entering British homes gets underway, ecologists have launched an app to help people identify common...
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TfL says using contactless debit or credit cards instead of tickets and Oyster cards will make journeys easier for millionsPassengers on the tube and most of London transport can now travel using a contactless card, part of a process that...
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