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Image caption Josephine Conlon was stabbed seven times as she pushed her baby in a pram along a street A violent offender who stabbed a mother pushing a baby in a pram days after he was released from prison has admitted attempted murder. Mark Brazant attacked Josephine Conlon, 36, in Streatham Hill, south London, on […]

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Image copyright Google Image caption Emergency services were called to Beaconsfield Road, Edmonton, on Wednesday night A man has been shot dead on a street in north London. Emergency services were called to Beaconsfield Road in Edmonton at about 21:00 BST on Wednesday. The victim, aged in his 20s, was found with a gunshot wound. […]

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Image caption Ailsa went from a council estate to working in banking – but says it’s now hard for young people to move into London For Ailsa, the big “should I stay or should I go?” decision came at a Gateshead bus stop. “I thought ‘this is not for me,’” she said, thinking about a […]

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Owen Farrell was back training with Saracens this week England captain Owen Farrell will remain at Saracens following their relegation from the Premiership. The 28-year-old fly-half, who has been with the club his whole career, has signed a “long-term” contract, but Saracens have not disclosed the length. Sarries will go down to the Championship at […]

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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry had been celebrating Ms Henry’s birthday before they were reported missing A man has been charged with murdering two sisters who were stabbed to death in a London park. The bodies of Nicole Smallman, 27, and Bibaa Henry, 46, were found at Fryent Gardens […]

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Image caption General manager Diana Nabagereka says reducing the 2m social distancing rule will be vital for restaurants reopening in Brixton Village As the prime minister announced that pubs and restaurants in England can reopen from 4 July, we went to see how one neighbourhood might emerge from the coronavirus lockdown. Brixton appears almost normal. […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Pub chain Greene King and insurance market Lloyd’s of London have apologised for their historic links to the slave trade. One of Greene King’s founders owned a number of plantations in the Caribbean. Meanwhile, maritime insurance – which was focused at Lloyd’s – thrived on the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Both corporations […]

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Image copyright Google Image caption An officer was filmed while he was pinned to the ground in Frampton Park Road The home secretary and the Police Federation have condemned an attack on two police officers which was filmed by members of the public. Video circulating on social media shows an officer struggling on the ground […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionProtesters chanted “black lives matter” Thousands of people have joined a protest in London over the death of African-American George Floyd in US police custody nine days ago. It comes as UK chief constables said they stand alongside all those “appalled and horrified” by his death. In […]

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