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Book Review: Bad GirlsLondon: John Murray, 2018. RRP £10.99 paperback. For 9 years, I studied at Royal Holloway, a college of the University of London in Egham, Surrey.

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Police name teenager charged with murdering sisters in a Wembley parkOfficers are continuing to patrol the area around Fryent Park to reassure people.

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West Ham Stun Chelsea, Aubameyang Fires Arsenal RevivalWest Ham rocked Chelsea's top-four hopes and boosted their survival bid with a dramatic 3-2 win, while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice as Arsenal climbed back into European contention with a 4-0 thrashing of Norwich on Wednesday.

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Thursday's TipsLast week, I wrote about the Somerset England parish registers that are on Ancestry.com. This week, I am writing about two other collections that I have been using while researching the descendants of William Whimpey and Elizabeth Clements.

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Man, 18, charged with murder of two sisters in Wembley parkNorth West BCU Commander Roy Smith said: 'I would like to thank the local community for their support both with the investigation and the police activity at and around the scene.

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Seven DialsThe Seven Dials Sketch was published in September 1835 in Bells Life in London and is the first of the ‘Scenes and Characters' series, in which Dickens presents little snapshots of Lond...

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The reason why London black cab drivers carry a bale of hay everywhere they goBritain is famous for is bizarre and outdated laws, such as not being allowed to drive your cattle down a road, not being able to strap your animal to the roof of your car and not being allowed to hail a cab if you've got the plague.

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Find the Sasan Gir railway station in central LondonA short walk from Regents Park tube station you come across something strange, a quiet dusty Indian railway station waiting for trains that never come.

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London Market Early Call: Vaccine Hopes To Help Ftse; Us Jobs AheadAlliance News) - Stock prices in London are set to open higher on Thursday, lifted by encouraging vaccine testing data from Pfizer and BioNTech, with markets looking ahead to the monthly US jobs report later in the day.

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Park Royal fire: 100 firefighters tackle blaze at industrial unit in west LondonOne hundred blaze at an industrial laundry unit in west London. Fifteen fire engines were called to Sunbeam Road in Park Royal at 2.19am.

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London economy damage figures 'take your breath away', says Chamber of Commerce chiefLondon will emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic "poorer as a city" and "picking up the pieces will take a long time".

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London news: Teenage girl killed after car hits two teenagers in North LondonA TEENAGE girl has died after a car hit two teenagers in North London last night.

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Bekurei Avi" v by Rabbi Yaakov Aryeh Guterman of Radzymin, London 1947The book has a strong warning that it is not allowed to print it in whole or in part or the "holy letters" that are at the end of the book without permission of the publisher, and so I have not scanned the body of the book at all or the letters from famous Chassidic Rebbes - just the haskomos the preface and the long, interesting list of donors...

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Haile Selassie: Statue of former Ethiopian leader destroyed in London parkPolice are investigating the incident, which is being linked to unrest in Ethiopia.

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Man arrested 'on flight to London' after attack on police in Hong KongA man has been arrested at Hong Kong airport on suspicion of attacking an officer during protests over a new national security law.

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Mental healthTW - discussion of depressive episodes* this blog is a way for me to talk things out.

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CCTV images released after teen robbed and kidnapped at Waterloo stationA spokesman for British Transport Police said :"The man forced her to board a Jubilee line to Westminster Tube station where the victim was able to alert station staff between 3:45pm - 3:50pm."

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What your local Wetherspoons will look like inside when it reopensIn a matter of days, hundreds of pubs across the county will be back for business.

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London weather: When capital could see glorious 25C heatwave in JulyThere will be spots of 'messy' rain in the coming days, according to the Met Office, but the rest of the month should be plain sailing.

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Boy, 17, found guilty of manslaughter of Ben Lines in BexleyA teenager has been found guilty of the manslaughter of Ben Lines, who was stabbed in October last year.

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Shirley Oaks: 'House fathers led abuse' at children's care homeShirley Oakes care home victims accuse a council of knowing about the abuse but doing nothing.

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London park boss warns green spaces 'are not a toilet' ahead of July 4London park bosses have warned sunseekers that the capital's green spaces are "not a toilet or a bin" as they brace for 'Super Saturday' this weekend.

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Tributes paid to 'talented' West London music teacher who died after suffering heart attackJonny Logue, who worked at Twickenham School, died on June 15 after suffering a heart attack.

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Sarnia, Ont., hot sauce company supports national fight against coronavirusA hot sauce company from Sarnia, Ont., is giving back to help support those vulnerable during the novel coronavirus pandemic, one bottle at a time.

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Girl, 13, dies after being hit by car in BarnetThe driver has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

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France, Spain, Italy and CroatiaBrits could soon be jetting off without the need for a 14-day quarantine.

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Gaslight Essence: Flesh And BloodThrough the drifting gray fog off the Thames the figure strode idly. He was a few bold strokes of charcoal with a couple of white notches of white chalk at the end of his sleeves and a patch of white chalk between collar and stovepipe hat.

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Brexit Risk Rears Its Head Again For London InvestorsWhile the possibility of a no-deal Brexit presents a risk to investing in central London, it also presents an opportunity, particularly for domestic investors and those that have currency held in U.S. dollars.

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The sickening amount of litter dumped in London's Royal parks since lockdownPark staff who worked tirelessly to make sure people could get some lockdown respite in London's open spaces say it is "deeply upsetting" to see the amount of litter they are leaving behind.

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Coronavirus: London Ont. neighbourhood celebrates 100 days of tribute for first respondersA group of neighbours in London Ont.'s Westmount area paid their 100th consecutive day of tribute for front-line workers and first responders fighting the novel coronavirus pandemic Tuesday evening.

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'It's a tragedy': Girl, five, dies and mother critically injuredA girl aged five has died and her mother is in hospital with critical injuries.

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London boroughs respond to local lockdown rumours amid 'coronavirus spike'Nine boroughs who were reportedly 'most at risk' of being put into lockdown again have issued statements.

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MPs ask Robert Jenrick long list of questions about £1bn land dealRobert Jenrick, the housing secretary, is facing a demand to appear before a parliamentary committee to respond to unanswered questions about his relationship with the Tory donor Richard Desmond and the £1bn Westferry property deal.

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Edible London: Haringey food poverty group crowdfunding to continue delivering meals after council calls time on Covid-19 partnershipA community group providing 50,000 meals a week to the hungry in Haringey is crowdfunding to keep going, after the council announced it was ending its partnership as lockdown eases.

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Wembley murders: 18-year-old man arrested over deaths of sisters in London parkAn 18-year-old man has been arrested in south London on suspicion of the murders of sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman in Wembley on 6 June, the Metropolitan Police said.

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'We need more data to help us control coronavirus,' says Croydon Council bossIt's after a lockdown was imposed in Leicester but the council said it was unaware of extent of the spread.

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The missing data making it almost impossible to know if London areas could enter lockdownThe government has been criticised for not publishing the bulk of its testing figures.

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Wishing On DandelionsAnd one by one, people come out, Returning to sunshine and a sky with no clouds, Returning to the innocence of roaming through the fields, To the dandelions, Waiting to make all dreams and desires come true.

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West Ham 3-2 Chelsea: 5 talking points as Hammers stun Blues in London derby thrillerDavid Moyes' side struck late on through substitute Andriy Yarmolenko as they got a huge win in their battle against the drop, with the Blues suffering a damaging loss.

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Ida Haendel obituaryPolish-born violinist renowned for an intense lyricism combined with classical rigour.

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A Dazzling Burlesque Bottomless Brunch Is Coming To Waterloo's Hot Pink Cocktail BarFuriously fuschia bar Tonight Josephine is turning on the style with a burlesque bottomless brunch - the perfect squad reunion after the lockdown.

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Mitcham girl death: Sayagi Sivanantham, 5, named as victimSayagi Sivanantham was found with knife wounds at a property in Mitcham on Tuesday and later died.

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London's first floating swimming pool could be coming to the ThamesLondon's first floating swimming pool could be coming to a dock on the River Thames.

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First picture of girl, 5, stabbed to death in Mitcham homeA woman, who is believed to be the girl's mum, remains in a critical condition in hospital.

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Girl, 5, who died after being stabbed in flat named as Sayagi SivananthamSayagi Sivanantham, 5, and a 35-year-old woman were rushed to hospital with stab wounds on Tuesday.

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London life is changing the red foxRed foxes are a common sight in British towns and cities. In the countryside on the other hand, they are much less confident around humans and therefore far less visible.

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33. Mutual Aid is Sweeping the WorldHow to we make mutual aid last? Using the examples of Barrios de Pie in Argentina or the mutual aid groups popping up in the UK and beyond, we tried to answer that question.

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The dark history of Kew Gardens with its 'deep roots in colonialism and racism'It's not just about what is happening now, although that plays a big part. It's about what has happened in our past and recognising the hurt that already been caused by racism, even in places we know and love.

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The Office Group Opens 40th Workspace In London's Notting HillThe Office Group's newest location, United House, has been redesigned with a focus on sustainability.

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London Restaurants Reopening After Coronavirus LockdownWith the 4 July date now set, the city's restaurants, cafes, pubs, and bars make plans for their version of reopening, with a range of Covid-secure safety measures in place.

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Latest Covid-19 rates for south east London boroughsPublic Health England has released new figures showing Covid-19 rates across England and ranking the south east London boroughs.

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Streatham man regrets attacking mother pushing a pramMark Brazant told police he regretted stabbing Josephine Conlon, a court hears.

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Virtual afternoon walkOriginally known as Buckingham House, the building at the core of today's palace was a large townhouse built for the Duke of Buckingham in 1703 on a site that had been in private ownership for at least 150 years.

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Roof East Returns For Another Summer Of Fun In July 2020Summer can mean one thing only: rooftop parties. And one of the best in town is Roof East, returning on July 4 for another seasonal slam-dunk.

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Twitter users condemn Met police 'kicking down doors' tweetPost from east London Safer Neighbourhoods Team deleted and officer reprimanded.

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8 Things to Avoid When Travelling SoloNot Having Atleast a Rough Plan When I made my first solo trip to London , I had chalked out a daily itinerary, with possible back up options.

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Croydon Shurgard storage almost rebuilt after it burned down in devastating New Year's Eve fireThousands of pounds of sentimental items were destroyed in the 2018 blaze.

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Columbia Road Flower Market: East London's Fabulously Flower-Filled Sunday MarketFor the prettiest, most Instagrammable, and best smelling market in London, make Sunday the day you head to Columbia Road Flower Market.

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Slough 'not at risk of local lockdown' council claimsThe local authority has shot down any claims it is close to a local lockdown similar to Leicester.

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Want to see London the socially distant way? Try Kayaking the canalsLondon is certainly not the only city with a thriving water culture, and kayaking is not the only way to scratch the surface.

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Hong Kong bankers flock to London to evade 'disturbing' China security lawEstate agents and recruiters in the British capital have seen a spike in enquiries from Hong Kong-based finance workers since the security law was announced last month.

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Modes of Minorities' Integration: Explaining Historical, Economic and Political FactorsAbstract. There are a great number of states in which different ethnic minorities coexist, each of them having their own culture, language and history.

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UK firms slash 11,000 jobs in two days in retail and aviationBusinesses including Topshop owner Arcadia, Harrods, John Lewis, Airbus and EasyJet are cutting back.

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Kelly Fauvrelle: Ex-boyfriend 'had driving lesson hours after killing'Kelly Fauvrelle's suspected killer "was happy in the lesson" hours after his ex-girlfriend died.

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Man dies after being hit by train between East Croydon and Gatwick AirportThe man, aged in his 20s, was pronounced dead at the scene.

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The touching reason behind the huge 56ft poster that's appeared in Covent GardenThe installation, created by artist Anthony Burrill, has been unveiled just as Covent Garden reopens to shoppers, with retailers including Chanel, Dior and Tiffany and Co., reopening their doors alongside Laduree, SUSHISAMBA, Din Tai Fung and Oystermen offering takeaway options.

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The top Clapham school raising money to buy its most disadvantaged BAME pupils laptopsAlmost half of all pupils at La Retraite Roman Catholic Girls School in Clapham come from disadvantaged backgrounds, and a large majority are made up of Black African, Black Caribbean or White European backgrounds.

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Tottenham: Eric Dier to be offered new contractEric Dier, whose contract expires at the end of next season, will be offered a new deal, says manager Jose Mourinho.

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Free Range Film Club Brings Car-Free Alfresco Cinema to LondonCar-Free Alfresco Cinema in London: Free Range Film Club is the COVID-secure anti-drive-in cinema for those who don't drive.

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Truman's Social Club: Huge Pub And Beer Garden Opening This WeekendTruman's Social Club opens a new beer garden this weekend, and when the whole area is open, it'll be one of the biggest watering holes in the UK.

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'Jealous' ex took driving lessons hours after killing pregnant Croydon woman, court hearsAaron McKenzie, 26, allegedly broke into Kelly Fauvrelle's bedroom in the dead of night last year and stabbed her 21 times, causing catastrophic injuries.

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The Best Pubs In HackneyHackney pubs have it all: craft beer, Sunday roasts, gorgeous beer gardens and even amazing live music.

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You definitely shouldn't jump in the River Thames to cool off on a hot day, and here's whyIt comes after claims groups of young people had been drinking and congregating on the banks of the river in Teddington.

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Giant letters of Love, Hope and Joy for Covent GardenA four-storey work of art has gone up in Covent Garden, with the words of Love, Hope and Joy emblazoned across a building overlooking the Piazza.

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Ketchum London wins diversity and inclusion honourKetchum London has achieved the highest score given to any organisation for its commitment to diversity and inclusion by not-for-profit diversity consultancy Creative Equals.

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London bus drivers claim Transport for London have banned them from making people wear face masksOne driver, who did not wish to be named, told LBC it was "very concerning" that he was expected to refuse travel if people fail to pay the fare, but not if they fail to wear a mask.

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London is awake again, but something's changedTower Bridge. The Gherkin. Every day in lockdown Joshua goes for a jog around the City.

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London bus drivers claim Transport for London have banned them from making people wear face masksOne driver, who did not wish to be named, told LBC it was "very concerning" that he was expected to refuse travel if people fail to pay the fare, but not if they fail to wear a mask.

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Designed xIt's taken longer than I ever anticipated, but I've finally finished the design for the pod; there's such a freedom to be able to design something for yourself, but when, barring council restrictions and budget, the sky is the limit, choices can be overwhelming.

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Pecking Order Is Flying Into LondonCLUCK YEAH there's a new bird in town and it's a hot one. Delivery kitchen Pecking Order, inspired by visits to hot fried chicken spots in Nashville, is bringing the heat to Londoners with its double dredged Tabasco buttermilk free-range chicken coated in a fiery cayenne paste.

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West London drug dealer found with 3 kilos of cocaine and £180,000 cash jailedA West London drug dealer who when caught by police was found with three kilos of cocaine has been jailed.

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One of the best in the worldAccording to a new study - with all the 'improvements' TfL have made to London's roads - research has found 73 hours a year are spent in traffic jams, which ranks London the seventh worst city in the world for congestion.

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Arsenal: Bukayo Saka signs new Gunners contractArsenal's England Under-19 international Bukayo Saka signs a new "long-term" deal with the Premier League club.

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Moment neighbour found mum 'lying in pool of blood' next to child, 4, in MitchamThe girl, 4, sadly died in hospital and her 35-year-old mother remains in a critical condition in hospital.

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E-scooters allowed on London's roads from SaturdayE-scooters will be allowed on Britain's roads from this Saturday, the Department for Transport has announced.

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UK-EU stand-off over financial rules parity and future market access for City of LondonThe Institute Of Export and International trade is a professional membership body offering business support, training and qualifications.

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London Art WeekFrom 3 to 10 July the galleries of Mayfair and St James's are putting on physical and digital displays to appeal to dedicated connoisseurs and casual browsers alike, writes Fatema Ahmed.

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Amsterdam Train From London Resumes Service In July 2020Travel from London to Amsterdam by Eurostar from July 2020, from St. Pancras International via Brussels and Rotterdam.

Secret London Shared .

What is a Bridge? Bethlehem Edition IUnlike when I asked this question of the 30th and 31st Street bridges in Pittsburgh, here the main bridge, the intersecting viaduct, and the numerous connections seem to be considered one bridge.

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EuroTrip 2007: The AftermathAnd just like that, my fabulous adventure was over, and normal life resumed. I had to go back to my awful boyfriend and my boring life, and pretend like all of this hadn't happened.

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'I went to London Zoo during lockdown and it was even better than before'With proper social distancing in place, it's a great day out during this partial lockdown.

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UK's Biggest Socially Distanced Beer Garden Opens in WalthamstowGourmetRestaurants and BarsThe Coppa Club Igloos are Back and Booking Out Fast!

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Tony Pidgley obituaryShrewd property developer who rose from humble origins to make his fortune with the housebuilding firm Berkeley Homes.

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Naturally Beautiful Bamboo Bedroom IdeasMy Naturally Beautiful Bamboo Bedroom Ideas includes a stunning bamboo headboard, bamboo silhouette pattern duvet set, bamboo ladder clothing rack and more.

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Police arrest teen on suspicion of murdering sisters stabbed to death in Wembley parkBibaa and Nicole were stabbed to death in the early hours of Saturday, June 6 at Fryent Park, off Slough Lane, where they had spent the evening celebrating Bibaa's 46th birthday.

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Pop-up cycle lanes to be installed on 'polluted and hostile' Euston Road after lockdown delayThe long-awaited temporary lanes will be on either side of the road, with cyclists riding in the same direction as vehicle traffic.

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How London's most fearsome gangs earned their nicknamesThe mobs all have notorious names that strike fear into people who haven't even heard of their vicious acts - their names can often reveal enough about them to be feared.

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A Rooftop Cinema With Bottomless Drinks Arrives In Waterloo This MonthRooftop Cinema Waterloo will bring a summer of blockbuster films, cinema snacks, and bottomless drinks to the rooftop from July 10.

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Boris Johnson 'new deal' speech gets lukewarm reception from London boroughs and businessIn the heavily-trailed speech he delivered in Dudley yesterday, Boris Johnson claimed his government has ambitious plans to "build, build, build" a post-coronavirus economic recovery across the United Kingdom and described London as being "in so many ways the capital of the world".

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Covid-19: Construction begins on cycle lane on one of London's busiest roads as weekend bicycle traffic soars by 151%Euston Road, which forms the northern border to London's Congestion Zone, is one of the city's busiest thoroughfares.

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New lockdown plan hit by confusion as London braces for new outbreakRevealed: Health chiefs and councils say they are in dark about how local curbs would work.

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Hong Kong hires London PR firm to improve UK imageThe Hong Kong government has hired a Mayfair-based PR firm in a bid to drown out negative coverage of the territory in the UK media.

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Westfield considering surprising replacement for House of Fraser flagship storeThe vast House of Fraser store has reopened and no public announcement has been made about its closure, however since the group was rescued from administration by Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley, many of the chain's department stores have closed.

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Murder arrest after Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry found dead in parkAn 18-year-old man is arrested on suspicion of murdering sisters Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry.

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Woman walking alone through Slough's Baylis Park attacked and stabbed by strangerThe victim, aged in her 20s, was walking through Baylis Park between 1am and 1.30am on Monday when she was approached by a man who stabbed her in the shoulder.

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Exclusive: The Great Feast of London announces its full weekend line-upsSince lockdown basically cancelled summer 2020 there's been all sorts of putative ‘virtual festivals' to make the next few months not seem like a big, hot, dry.

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The former London home of the last King of Greece sells for £6 millionHe sold the Hampstead property in 2013 when the exiled monarch returned to Greece.

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Why Tottenham Court Road to Canada Water is the Number 1 bus routeIt's not actually always clear why certain routes are given certain numbers, but we know there's a simple reason behind why Tottenham Court Road to Canada Water is route Number 1.

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So much for localism, Leicester's lockdown shows London is still calling the shotsThe city's authorities have been scrabbling to decode what Matt Hancock decreed in Westminster. Surely it's not supposed to be this way?

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London borough to set up HRA to bring down temporary accommodation costsA London borough is set to re-open its Housing Revenue Account in a bid to tackle its spiralling temporary accommodation costs.

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Peckham Rye railway station upgrade moves closerPeckham Rye station has secured a £1 million grant in funding to work on designs for a more accessible station with more capacity and better facilities for passengers.

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Man, 18, arrested over death of two sisters in London parkMan held in south London on suspicion of murder of Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry.

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Europe pushes back against London bid to trim market trading hoursA coalition of European bourses has said plans for shorter trading hours by London bodies would not be beneficial for investors or markets.

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London's Canary Wharf pioneers seamless Wi-Fi roamingResidents and workers in London's Canary Wharf will be able to experience superfast Wi-Fi broadband across the site without the hassle of logging into different networks thanks to the first European commercial roll-out of OpenRoaming technology.

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It is the Year 2050…A vision of future trvel in 2050 by family travel and lifestyle blogger, Angie Silver, written as part of the travel link up.

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Coronavirus worsening London inequality, health boss warnsCoronavirus has worsened "stark" and "pervasive" inequalities in London, the regional director of Public Health England has warned.

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London's Canary Wharf pioneers seamless Wi-Fi roamingResidents and workers in London's Canary Wharf will be able to experience superfast Wi-Fi broadband across the site without the hassle of logging into different networks thanks to the first European commercial roll-out of OpenRoaming technology.

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London investment platform secures £2m for expansionIt will also be used to enhance the platform, building on 'smart matching' functionality Develop Envestors' investment readiness services, to help start-ups increase their chances of raising capital.

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Dishoom: The Seriously Dishy Indian Restaurant That's Arguably London's BestIt's pretty likely that you've heard about Dishoom before now. It's kind of a big deal.

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14 green spaces in south London to explore for Open Garden Squares 2016London's most exclusive and fascinating gardens - some of which are not usually open to the public - will be opened up this month.

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Free gardening events for south London as Chelsea Fringe comes to townTimed to coincide with the world-famous Chelsea Flower Show, the fringe - from May 21 to June 12 - is now in its fifth year and focusses on community gardening projects and includes scores of mostly free events for people to take part in.

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Celebs and TfL unite for central London podcasts and free walk for Sport ReliefFamous faces from TV, music and film have teamed up with Transport for London to get people walking for Sport Relief.

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Two people arrested after police drugs raid in London Road, WorcesterWest Mercia Police has confirmed the drugs raid has been underway in the road since 1.15pm.

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Statue campaign for dropped black playerJack Leslie, who would have been England's first black player, was dropped because of his ethnicity.

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Five-year-old who died in knife incident named by policeA murder investigation has been launched after a five-year-old girl died with knife wounds after an attack at a property in south London.

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Wagamama to reopen first UK restaurant on London's South BankWagamama will reopen its first restaurant in the UK at London's South Bank this weekend - and it'll be taking tips from historic Japanese architecture to help its diners social distance.

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Coronavirus: 'At-risk' areas could be 'just days away' from local lockdownsSources have told Sky News they are "working collaboratively", focusing on the dozens of areas in England where cases are rising.

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The Coppa Club Igloos are Back and Booking Out Fast!GourmetRestaurants and BarsTrinity Riverside Bar to Launch in East London on 4 July.

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Mental wellbeing webinars launched for London nurses amid Covid-19Nurses in London are being offered access to a series of NHS-led wellbeing webinars, which aim to help health and care staff discuss the impact of Covid-19 on their mental health.

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Vivianne Miedema: Arsenal and Netherlands striker named FWA Women's Footballer of YearThe 23-year-old, who missed out on the award last season by a single vote, beat Chelsea's Bethany England by one vote to win the 2020 accolade.

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Song of the Day: Love Yourself FirstTapping into the emotional energy of our current climate, Avant pop singer / songwriter FIFI RONG's single, 'Love Yourself First' toys with themes of self-doubt and inner-confidence with its moving production and faint, tender lyrics that are sung in both Chinese and English, expressing Fifi's multicultural heritage.

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'Blow to local community' as 17-storey tower is approved next to Notting Hill London Underground stationThe controversial block will include six separate buildings by Notting Hill Gate station that will house offices, shops and flats.

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The Barbican's Instagrammable plant conservatory will soon be open seven days a weekFinally, we'll be reunited with some of our favourite cultural institutions this weekend, as museums and attractions open their doors to the public after a four-month wait.

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London coronavirus: The staggeringly high figure of Londoners who have already had Covid-19Far more Londoners are thought to have had the disease compared to the rest of the country.

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London coronavirus: The 5 things Londoners are being urged to do to stop a second waveBut cases are currently 'low and steady' says Public Health England's director for London.

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How HuffPost UK broke free of the London bubble with its national news coverageHuffPost UK was named ‘Best Site for News-led Journalism' at The Drum Online Media Awards 2020.

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London close: Benchmark finishes lower as investors pore through dataLondon's benchmark closed just below the waterline after a choppy session on Wednesday, amid ongoing concerns about the coronavirus pandemic - particularly in the United States - and as investors eyed the latest readings on the UK's housing and manufacturing sectors.

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See if your street will be underwater by 2050 with terrifying new climate forecastA huge part of London will be underwater by 2050, new data has revealed.

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Judge Dredd Uprising live experience coming to London in 2021Judge Dredd Uprising: The LIVE Experience will be a new multi-level team attraction based on the satirical world of sci-fi comic book character, Judge Dredd.

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London weather: How long we'll have to wait for 28-degree heat to returnAfter highs of 30C last week, the weather has cooled down slightly and there was more mixed weather over the past few days.

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10 speed camera myths and the truth behind how they actually catch youEveryone seems to have heard differing stories about speed cameras - such as whether they are always turned on or not and how fast you have to be travelling to be caught.

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London Ladies unhappy at All-Ireland Championship exclusion because of pandemicLondon Ladies GAA protest after they are prevented in playing in this year's All-Ireland Junior Football Championship because of Covid-19.

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All Change: 13 photographers documenting the far reaches of LondonOther projects reveal unexpected communities, such as the Epping Forest Pipe Band - a family-run orchestra photographed by Tori Ferenc in northeast London - and the Rain Crew, a breakdancing group in Stratford, documented by Will Hartley.

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The fascinating logic behind how London buses get their numbersThere are 673 bus routes in London - but who decides what route gets what number?

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London School of Architecture founder Will Hunter to step downKevin Singh quits Birmingham to head up Manchester School of Architecture.

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TUI warns that more countries likely to ban Brits leading to thousands of holiday cancellationsGreece has let down tourists, and more countries might soon follow.

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Downing Street still upbeat about gaining post-Brexit EU access for City of LondonDowning Street is still confident it can secure post-Brexit access to EU markets for the City of London as it blames Brussels for missing a key deadline in negotiations.

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'Super Saturday' Is Coming. So, What Can London's Diners Expect?On Saturday July 4, England's restaurants can welcome customers back to the dining table. But what will eating out be like in this brave new world?

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Mayor: London at risk of 'deadly second wave' of virus infectionsMore than 8,000 Londoners have lost their lives in the pandemic - including 90 NHS workers in the capital.

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Man, 18, arrested over Bibaa Henry Nicole Smallman murders in WembleyMan, 18, arrested over murders of two sisters stabbed to death in London park.

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How To Live A Plastic Free LifeWe're kicking off Plastic Free July with eight top tips from Beth Noy, founder of Plastic Freedom, on how to go plastic free.

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See London by Kayak, Socially Distanced Safety on the CanalsA new perspective can make you feel far, far way—even if you're just four miles from home.

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Larry's to Open in PeckhamThe Levan team is expanding its Peckham empire, opening Larry's right next door to complete the homage to the legendary DJ.

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UK annual house prices fall for first time since 2012Annual house price growth ground to a halt in June, with property values down by 0.1% year on year, according to Nationwide building society.

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LONDON MARKET OPEN: Stocks Muted As Rising Virus Cases Offsets DataAlliance News) - Stocks in London were cautious Wednesday morning, with strong China manufacturing data offset by rising US coronavirus infections.

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London motor show to return in 2021Fresh off the back of news that next year's Geneva motor show won't be going ahead, the London motor show has confirmed that it will be returning in 2021.

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Landmark hydrogen move for London and UKA significant step has been made in fuelling hydrogen buses on the streets of the UK with Ryse Hydrogen signing a three-year contract with Suttons Tankers to transport bulk hydrogen gas to different locations in the UK, starting with London.

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City Corporation and Green Finance Institute announce November summit to boost green recovery from COVID-19To mark London Climate Action Week, the City of London Corporation in collaboration with the Green Finance Institute, and supported by the World Economic Forum, is today announcing a major summit in November that will focus on the role of green finance in the recovery from COVID-19.

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This is the bizarre reason why there are human noses hidden around LondonThere are a number of urban myths surrounding the strange features.

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Injured boy 'stopped and searched' by Met officer he asked for helpTeenager attacked in London by rightwing opponents of Black Lives Matter movement.

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Only Fools and Horses quiz: Can you answer these 10 tricky questions about Boycie?Although Only Fools and Horses finished in 2003, the wonderful sound of Boycie's deep laugh still has fans in stitches to this day.

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The towns the London Underground needs to extend to in KentKent's already one of the best connected places in the country, but it could go up a level if it were a part of the London Underground.

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Vitality Netball Superleague: Sam Bird on London Pulse's summer programme and ambitionsSam Bird discusses London Pulse's summer programme and shares her ambitions for the Vitality Netball Superleague franchise.

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The myth that Hitler's wanted Senate House as a Nazi headquartersOne of the more curious stories that regularly crops up about the University of London's Senate House is that it was saved from being bombed by Hitler who wanted to use it as a new headquarters for his Nazi government in the UK.

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39 London Underground stations that people struggle to pronounceGiven our ridiculously complex network of well over 400 stations on the map, including almost 300 London Underground stations spread across the 11 Tube lines spider's web Overground Network, the DLR stations in the East, Tram stops in the South and now TfL Rail stations all the way to Reading, the map is remarkable for being so easy to read and...

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London weather: What happened the strange time it snowed in London in the middle of summerAnd with the first predictions for when snow will fall this year already in, everyone will be prepared with their woollen gloves, winter coats and hot chocolate.

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The 10 busiest stations on the London UndergroundThe numbers of passengers going through these stations is mind blowing.

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London Spins Out Of Control As Met Police Abandon Streets, by M.A. RichardsonGreat Britain is suffering through the same criminality and government malfeasance as the U.S. From M.A. Richardson at : Authored by M.A.Richardson via TheDuran.com, "The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see." - Winston Churchill Twenty-two police officers injured as Brixton party ends in violence The US and...

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London's Canary Wharf pioneers seamless Wi-Fi roamingA joint initiative by Canary Wharf Group, broadband provider Virgin Media and technology company Cisco will allow devices to connect securely and automatically to next generation Wi-Fi 6 networks and roam seamlessly from one hotspot to another without the need log in, the companies said.

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London news: Girl, 4, dies and woman left with 'life-threatening' injuries in MitchamA GIRL aged four has died and a woman is in a life-threatening condition following an incident in Mitcham, south London.

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Does London have a lockdown pollution legacy?Parents of children with respiratory illnesses fear toxic air will soon be back in the capital.

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What Is The Best Way To Teach At Medical School?We've all been there. You're sitting in a lecture, eagerly taking notes, pen scribbling away, perhaps a cup of coffee on the side.

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Coronavirus: Meet Britain's unlikely key workersThere are many key workers carrying on with jobs that you may not have realised are classified as critical.

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'The trial was worse than the rape'Joanne' says she was raped by a taxi driver after a night out with friends.

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Police investigate death of girl found with injured woman in south LondonPolice not looking for anyone else following incident in south London.

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Lloyd's of London Steps Up Call for Expanding Pandemic InsuranceLloyd's of London is calling for the creation of new insurance policies and government-backed funds to protect against future pandemics and global threats.

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Highway of Heroes Tree Campaign plants over 600,000 trees in honour fallen soldiersOver a quarter of the way there, an initiative to support the environment and honour Canada's fallen heroes has planted over 600,000 in its fifth year.

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London pre-open: Stocks to edge higher ahead of manufacturing PMILondon stocks were set to edge a touch higher at the open on Wednesday, with ongoing concerns about the coronavirus pandemic capping gains, as investors eyed the latest reading on the UK manufacturing sector.

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Eurostar to restart direct services from London to Amsterdam and Disneyland ParisThe routes have been closed since March due to the drop in demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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POLITICO London Playbook: Democracy crushed — Bozza vs. Kezza — Dom's book clubWhat's driving the day in Westminster. Politics and policymaking in the UK capital.

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Black entrepreneurs on skin colour in the business worldFour young, black entrepreneurs explain how skin colour has affected their business journey.

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Does London have a lockdown pollution legacy?Parents of children with respiratory illnesses fear toxic air will soon be back in the capital.

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European exchanges oppose shorter stock trading day sought by London firmsShorter hours would not be in the best interests of investors or stock markets, European bourses said on Wednesday, dashing hopes at banks and investment firms in London of cutting 90 minutes from the trading day.

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Redrow leaves London as virus sends buyers in pursuit of country lifeOne of Britain's biggest housebuilders has announced plans to quit London because the coronavirus outbreak has led to buyers seeking larger homes and access to parks or the countryside.

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UK: Passengers on South Eastern Railway flouting Covid19 Facemask rulesMany passengers on South Eastern Railway have not been wearing a facemask when they should do so under the new rules.

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Diocese of Huron priests, parishes no longer required to obtain permission to perform same-sex weddingsThe change comes nearly a year after the diocese announced it would allow priests to perform same-sex marriages in its parishes.

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London coronavirus: The London boroughs that look most at risk of going back into lockdownThere have been new cases in every borough over the last two weeks.

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London engineer lands role on Sydney timber towerEckersley O'Callaghan working on 40-storey building in city's Central Station district.

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Girl, 4, dies and woman fighting for life after pair found injured in propertyPolice have said that no arrests have been made yet but added that they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.

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London GAA in limbo ahead of inter-county returnPlayers in UK yet to resume contact training with Leicester lockdown a warning sign.

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Former King Constantine II's Longtime London Home Sells for £6MThe ousted Greek monarch and godfather to Prince William lived in the "modest" mansion for several decades before selling it in 2013.

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Queenie by Candice Carty-WilliamsWanting to kill some time before I got home to reminders of my disintegrating relationship, I went to Brixton for some Jamaican bun, hoping that I could kick-start my appetite with my favorite comfort food.

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Shocking police chase footage shows speeding driver narrowly miss cyclist in WimbledonAccording to eyewitnesses, a 'small Vauxhall convertible' was spotted heading the wrong way down Hartfield Road before being brought to a stop by police.

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Mitcham incident: Four-year-old girl dies after police called near London RoadThe woman, also found, was taken to hospital with serious injuries.

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Interview: Jamie SinclairThe last few months have been a unique period of time, singular in our lifetimes.

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"A Midsummer Night Dream", Nick Hytner in all his gloryWith theatres around the UK and beyond remaining closed as lockdown continues, companies and venues are doing their bit to keep audiences at home connected and entertained as best as possible.

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8 Best Parks and Green Spaces in LondonThere's more to London than the Houses of Parliament and the Natural History Museum. The parks in London are underrated and a must-see when you visit London.

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The Coronavirus Diaries, 30th June 2020Had you said to me back in March when I first began the Coronvirus Diaries that I'd still be writing them three months later with every expectation of continuing for the foreseeable future I should have stared at you.

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Why riot police broke up a street party in West London while another at Borough Market was allowed to continueSocial distancing was in short supply at both - but the two parties got very different police responses.

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3rd July Tooting Folk Zoom singaroundHi all! Sorry for the slight delay in hosting an event this fortnight, but this Friday 3rd July we will indeed be hosting another Zoom singaroundIf you want to join, just download Zoom and then click the link prompted, type this password: 138702Meeting ID: 864 7705 8909You'll be placed in a...

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Grand Central to resume two daily direct services to LondonGRAND Central will resume two daily direct services from Bradford to London in late July after a four-month absence.

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Twenty roads in Haggerston, Hoxton and London Fields to close to through-trafficTown Hall transport chief defends scheme after residents and businesses raise concerns over the use of experimental traffic orders.

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Satellite offices on the launch padWith the property market having only clicked back into gear in the past few weeks, occupiers have yet to decide how much office space they will need in the future.

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Rising coronavirus infections in pockets of UK raise fears of further local lockdownsLeicester is unlikely to be the only place to return to tight restrictions, say scientists.

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Coronavirus cases in London: Latest figures for each boroughWith more than 27,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in the capital, Londoners have been warned that the city is "definitely" at risk from a second wave of infections.

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City of London Corporation statement on UK-Switzerland commitment to financial services agreementUK Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Ueli Maurer, the Head of Switzerland's Federal Department of Finance, have today announced a commitment by the two countries to develop an international agreement on financial services.

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Girl, 4, dies in hospital after being found injured in south LondonA four-year-old girl has died in hospital after she and a 35-year-old woman were found injured in a home in south London.

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Police appeal after pedestrian, 56, dies in Enfield lorry crashPolice are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian died after a collision with a lorry in north London.

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Subscribe to readNews, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication.

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Exploring The Royal Parks In LondonThe UK is famous for its monarchs, its beautiful villages and its many manor houses and castles.

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Cirque Du Soleil Files For Bankruptcy, Lays Off 3,500 EmployeesThe Montreal-based entertainment company has a hearing scheduled with the Superior Court of Québec today.

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From Once We CameFrom Once We Came are an up and coming, hard-hitting metal band based in London.

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Redrow shifts its housebuilding focus away from LondonDeveloper warns pandemic will hit profits as it gears up for working-from-home market.

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Central London Restaurants Reopening on 4 July Push Sadiq Khan to ActSt. John, Angela Hartnett, and more central London restaurants push Boris Johnson and Sadiq Khan to act on reopening safely out of coronavirus lockdown.

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There's been a small increase in coronavirus cases in North West London and people should 'stay vigilant'And although health bosses say there is no evidence of a spike in north west London they said people should maintain social distancing and not let their guard slip.

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City of London Corporation criticised for awarding above-inflation pay rises during coronavirus crisisA London think tank has slammed the City of London Corporation for giving staff a pay rise above inflation levels during the coronavirus crisis.

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AirBaltic Resumes Flights to London from All Three Baltic StatesAfter receiving all of the necessary permissions, airBaltic plans to resume direct flights from Riga to London on July 1 and from Tallinn to London on July 4.

Aviation Pros Shared .

Coronavirus worsening London inequality, health boss warnsCoronavirus has worsened "stark" and "pervasive" inequalities in London, the regional director of Public Health England has warned.

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London's Drive-In Cinemas: A Complete List for Summer 2020Victoria Purcell on 30th June 2020 Tagged Acton Blackheath Bromley Crystal Palace East London Enfield North London South London West London.

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London local lockdowns? Council leaders play down speculation as some hospitals see Covid-19 cases riseCouncil leaders today played down speculation about local lockdowns after some London hospitals reported a worrying rising in Coronavirus cases.NHS trusts in almost half of London's boroughs have reported a small increase in the weekly infection rate, according Public Health England figures.

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Mayor of London's Greater London Investment Fund announces CBILS accreditationSince its launch in May 2019, the Greater London Investment Fund has invested £12.5m in 33 early-stage and high-growth companies through its equity and loan funds.

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Mike Bartlett's Love, Love, Love at the Hammersmith LyricThe audio recording of Love, Love, Love begins with a warning of strong language and explicit sexual scenes, then a collage of news footage of the UK's chaotic lockdown start in March follows, especially difficult for theatres suddenly hanging in limbo: The government did not close them but advised their guests not to go.

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Neal's YardNeal's Yard is a court yard hidden down an alley in Covent Garden. This court yard is brightly pained in hues of green, blue, orange and red and is filled with independent restaurants, shops and cafes.

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Comedian Mo Gilligan Announces Free London Show as Thank You to Health Care WorkersBritish stand up comedian Mo Gilligan just released his hit UK Netflix special The Momentum and now he's on to the next thing - a tour called "There's Mo to Life World Tour." As part of this tour, Gilligan will be performing a free matinee show at the Eventim Apollo in London on November 14th, as his way of saying "thank you" to healthcare...

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Kelly Fauvrelle: Man in court for allegedly stabbing pregnant exAaron McKenzie, 26, is accused of murdering his 8 month pregnant ex-girlfriend Kelly Fauvrelle and their unborn child.

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The right way to do business in a pandemicMedical doctor turned pharma entrepreneur Misha Engineer MBA2012 reflects on lessons from the crisis.

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Art Galleries Reopening: When Does Every London Gallery Reopen?Many London art galleries are reopening in the coming weeks, and we've rounded up the major returners in one place for your convenience.

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Tower Hamlets workers to strike over sack-and-rehire planUnison says new contracts imposed on 4,000 council staff will leave them worse off.

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ABBA Boat Party: Cruise Down The Thames On This Themed Boat PartyMamma Mia, this is one awesome cruise! Fever have launched an ABBA Boat Party, a four-hour round trip soundtracked by the band's greatest hits.

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Book Review: OliveI had mixed feelings going into Olive, and I have mixed feelings coming out of it.

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Red Bull taking broad upgrade package to AustriaRed Bull will have a number of car upgrades as well as a new power unit from Honda for the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix this weekend.

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Marugame Udon, Japanese Noodle Juggernaut, Wants to Roll Into LondonMarugame Udon operates over 1000 udon noodle and tempura restaurants worldwide, specialising in precisely machined, bouncy noodles.

Eater London Shared .

A socially distanced outdoor cinema is coming to London: no car requiredMuch reduced it may be, but London's outdoor cinema scene is alive and kicking this summer - and not just the drive-in variety.

Time Out London Shared .

Britain and Brussels turn on each other for prolonging City's uncertaintyDeadline to agree regulatory equivalence for financial services and allow business after Brexit likely to be missed.

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Where London Underground stations need to be built in SurreyIt's time the network, which already covers 250 miles across the capital, was extended into Surrey.

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Poetry aftercare: 1st stage of breakupBreakups are never easy. We are taught as children that love lasts forever. We are taught as adults that love can end just as suddenly.

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JUNE 2020I feel like I blinked and June is almost over! It was the month that James and I finally got round to picking framed prints for the flat and put them up...

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Schoolboy calls on Government to save free travel for London pupilsA schoolboy whose campaign to save free travel for London school pupils has gathered 160,000 signatures today called on the Government to drop the plans.

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Ian Richardson joins the 11 Cadogan Gardens as General ManagerCommenting on this appointment, Executive Director of Iconic Luxury Hotels, Andrew Stembridge: "We are proud to welcome Ian Richardson to the Iconic Luxury Hotels team, overseeing the future growth and success of our special London neighbourhood hotel."

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Euston station's 1960s parcel ramp demolished for HS2A large space occupied by a beautifully ugly road ramp at Euston station has been cleared to make way for new HS2 platforms.

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West Ham United v ChelseaPreview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Premier League game between West Ham United and Chelsea.

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Introducing Dain Bedford-pugh Of The Silvers!In mid-90s London, England, at the age of 15, Dain excitedly listened as his best friend Matt suggested that they start a band.

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Government told to 'stop dithering and take action' by London restaurateursA three-month suspension of the congestion charge, increased public transport and a decision over VAT are just some of the measures being asked of the Government by a group of high-profile London chefs and restaurateurs.

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124 arrests in West London drug raids as Hayes and Northolt homes searchedOfficers increased high-visibility patrols in Ealing, stopped cars that were alerted through Automatic Number Plate Recognition and carried out raids at homes, predominately in Hayes and Northolt, during the clampdown from Tuesday, June 23 to Thursday, June 25.

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Arsenal v Norwich CityPreview followed by live coverage of Wednesday's Premier League game between Arsenal and Norwich City.

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Win A Table For 4 With Prosecco And Food Tokens At SkylightWe've teamed up with Skylight to give away a table of four, including a bottle of prosecco and four food tokens, for a Thursday or Friday this summer, so drop us your email below if you wanna be in with a chance of winning.

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250k boost for Jewish women's charity facing COVID-19 surgeA Jewish women's charity facing a surge in demand from domestic abuse victims during the coronavirus crisis has been handed a timely boost to enable it to help more women.

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Historic Shad Thames London SE1 WalkHistoric Shad Thames London SE1 Walk is perfect if you want Interesting London Walks or Historic London Warehouse Buildings, you'll enjoy part of the capital.

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Creating London Colourful Terrace houses out of recycled milk cartons.First things first, spend time collecting used milk and juice boxes, rinse out thoroughly leave to dry out for a day.

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London minicab charge discriminates against vulnerable, court hearsUnion says congestion scheme hits BAME and female drivers and disabled passengers.

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