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CCTV released of man police want to question over attack on female bus driver in Greenwich
Detectives investigating an attack on a female bus driver in south east London have released a CCTV image of a man they want to question.
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Pedestrian dies after being hit by car in east London
A pedestrian has died after being hit by a car in east London this evening.
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3,000 carved pumpkins form huge display next to Kings Cross station for Halloween
Thousands of pumpkins have been carved and lit to form a huge display on the steps near Kings Cross station ahead of Halloween.
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Stafford fireworks factory fire: five people treated by ambulance crews after 'explosion'
Two people have been injured after an explosion at a fireworks factory.
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Gay Ukip MEP brands same-sex marriage supporters 'equality Nazis'
A gay Ukip MEP has branded same-sex marriage supporters "equality Nazis", adding that new laws which allow the practice were "rubbing people's noses in the dirt".
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Michael Payne: father of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne found dead at home after 'struggling with his demons'
Tributes have been paid to the troubled father of murdered schoolgirl Sarah Payne after he was found dead at his home in Kent.
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Prince Harry supports poppy appeal
Prince Harry meets poppy sellers and celebrities at Buckingham Palace on the first stop of their tour of London in a classic 1960s Routemaster bus.
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Cinema company backs down over cuts
Cinema staff who fought a campaign to get paid the London Living Wage will now not face redundancy after the company backed down.
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Council criticised for cuts campaign
Labour-run Camden council defends a £20,000 advertising campaign against government austerity measures.
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Ian McKellen given freedom of London
Lord of the Rings star Sir Ian McKellen is given the freedom of the City of London in recognition of his work for gay rights.
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Lights switch off 'could save £40m'
Switching off London's traffic lights at night could save drivers up to £40m, a new report suggests.
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Victoria regeneration plans unveiled
Plans to introduce more visible security and increase green spaces in Victoria are unveiled.
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Guardian RSS News

When it comes to Bob Lambert, the truth is stranger than fiction | Dreda Say Mitchell
The saga of the undercover police officer may be hard to believe, but the Mets £400,000 payout is certainly realIts been said that satire died the day Henry Kissinger was awarded the Nobel peace prize, but satirists fight a constant...
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Tower of London memorial is a symbol of all the wars lost | @guardianletters
Jonathan Joness blog on the Tower of London poppies installation (28 October) claims they are fake, trite and inward-looking a Ukip-style memorial. He has somehow deliberately it seems missed the point and has chosen to see the...
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Harrods pays Qatari owners £118m dividend after record year
Knightsbridge store nets sum for Qatari offshore company based in Bermuda after profits increase 13% to £122.9mThe Qatari owners of Harrods have banked a £117.6m dividend on the back of another year of brisk trade at the London department store.The...
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A guerrilla design project hopes to make cities better  for cars
City links: the best city stories this week take a look at a guerrilla parking sign project in New York, imagine Londons disused tube stations as community hubs and explore Mussolinis secret underground bunkers in RomeThis weeks best city stories...
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Brixton Ritzy cinema climbs down over redundancies
Franchise holder Picturehouse halts plans to sack a third of landmark London cinemas workforce, following staff boycott and public protests Owen Jones: why we should all join the Ritzy walk-outStaff at the Ritzy cinema in Brixton, south London, have won...
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