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Teenager fined for sending anti-Semitic message on Twitter to Lord Sugar
A teenager who sent an anti-Semitic message on Twitter to Lord Sugar has been ordered to pay the business magnate compensation.
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Gastropub landlord jailed for seven years for killing wealthy American with ironing board
An award-winning gastropub landlord has been jailed for seven years for killing a wealthy American with an ironing board.
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Watch bizarre moment BBC Sport presenter 'pretended to use imaginary iPad' at end of live broadcast
This was the awkward moment a BBC Sport presenter forgot what he should do at the end of a live broadcast.
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Gangsters jailed for 64 years after they threatened court witness by throwing grenade at his home
A group of gangsters have been jailed for a total of 64 years after they threatened a court witness by throwing a grenade and firing gunshots at his home.
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RideLondon 2015: Roads closed as thousands expected at annual cycling festival
Roads across London will be closed this weekend as the third annual RideLondon cycle event gets underway.
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Black cab drivers protest over 'lack of regulation of minicabs' outside TfL HQ
London's black cab drivers and their families gathered in their masses outside Transport for London's headquarters today to protest over the "lack of proper regulation" of private minicab companies.
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Syria bid woman spared jail by judge
A woman who tried to travel to Syria on her sister's passport avoids jail, so she can rebuild her relationship with her son, aged two.
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New deal tries to avert Tube strike
A new deal to try to avert the Tube strike is offered to unions.
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Ex-officer not guilty of sex assault
A former Metropolitan Police officer is found not guilty of sexually assaulting a teenage boy in the back of a police van nearly 30 years ago.
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Gallery staff defiant over jobs move
Staff at the National Gallery react defiantly to the appointment of an outside security firm despite an ongoing dispute over privatisation.
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Charges over Spanish bungee death
Two people are charged with manslaughter after a woman died while bungee jumping in Spain.
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Man dies after falling into chimney
A man dies after falling into the chimney of a seven-storey building near Marble Arch, the Met Police says.
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Kids Company police investigation marks unexpected nadir
Allegations of sexual abuse, drug abuse and assault follow weeks of financial and staff turmoil for the former go-to children’s charityThe south London base of the charity Kids Company has seen many a celebrity and politician pass through its doors,...
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Officer who challenged racism in police cleared of sexual assault charges
Retired detective sergeant Gurpal Virdi, who won two employment tribunal cases against Met, claims charges were part of vendettaA retired Asian officer who fought racism in the police has been cleared of sexually assaulting a prisoner almost 30 years ago...
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Pub landlord jailed for killing customer with ironing board
Rostam Notarki given seven-year sentence after blow with ironing board sent wealthy American into the path of a van in south-west London A gastropub landlord has been jailed for seven years after killing a wealthy American man with an ironing...
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Eduardo Paolozzi Tottenham Court Road mosaics to go to Edinburgh
Scottish sculptor’s murals above station’s escalators are to be restored and go on display at Edinburgh University, which has stepped in to save themEduardo Paolozzi’s celebrated mosaics at Tottenham Court Road underground station, which were removed earlier this year, have...
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Alexander Litvinenko family blames Putin for murder – video
Ben Emmerson, the lawyer for the Litvinenko family, says on Friday that the former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko was murdered at the behest of Vladimir Putin. He says Russian authorities have been obstructing the inquiry into Litvinenko's death. Emmerson calls...
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