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A man who offered a hitman £1,000 to kill his wife while he took their children to school has been found guilty of her murder.
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A flasher whose victim tweeted pictures of him exposing himself on a London train has walked free from court.
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A second man has been arrested in connection with an investigation into the death of an immigrant found in a shipping container at Tilbury Docks.
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The owners of a pet cat have been left "distraught" after she was found shot and beheaded in their back garden in Hertfordshire.
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A New Fathers4Justice campaigner carrying provisions which could last him five days is holding a protest on the roof of Justice Secretary Chris Grayling's home.
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Sir Cliff Richard could be returning to the charts after fans campaigned to support the singer following a child sex abuse allegation.
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BBC RSS News

Gang's £16m scam hit 60K bank cards
More than 60,000 credit cards were targeted by a gang of fraudsters who pleaded guilty to the £16m scam, the Old Bailey hears.
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NW London hospitals 'need improving'
Poor quality critical care and staff shortages need to be tackled in hospitals run by a London NHS trust, the health watchdog says.
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'Skull Cracker accomplice' jailed
A man accused of helping a fugitive armed robber nicknamed "Skull Cracker" is jailed for 12 months.
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Service for Marchioness boat victims
Relatives of 51 people who died when the Marchioness pleasure boat sank in the River Thames in London gather at a service to remember them 25 years on.
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Call for Surrey towns to join London
Business leaders in Staines-upon-Thames back a suggestion that parts of the county should become part of London.
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Two charged over student's shooting
Two men are charged with the murder of a 17-year-old who was shot dead in south-east London in 2010.
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Guardian RSS News

The Guardian followed the Marchioness story from the first reports of the disaster through to the many trials and inquiriesIn one of the worst boating tragedies to occur on the Thames, 51 people, many in their 20s, died when the...
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Police say increase partly attributed to rail travellers' growing confidence in coming forward about harrassmentThe number of sexual offences recorded on British railways has risen by 20%, although overall crime on the rail network has fallen, according to the British...
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UAE risk map calls Oxford Street, Soho and Piccadilly districts 'dangerous' after recent attacks but police insist crime has fallenScotland Yard insisted on Wednesday that there was "absolutely nowhere" in London that should be avoided after the United Arab Emirates...
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Life-size statue designed by Scott Eaton will stand in Stables Market, Camden, a short walk from house where singer diedA sculpture to commemorate Amy Winehouse is to be unveiled at Camden market, near the singer's last home.The memorial, which has...
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In a piece on A-level results (A-level results at first free school sixth form college are envy of top schools, 14 August), you quote the headmaster of the Newham-based 16-18 free school, the London Academy of Excellence, saying: In Newham,...
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