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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 An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering two sisters in a park in London. The bodies of Nicole Smallman, 27, and Bibaa Henry, 46, were found at Fryent Gardens in […]

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Brad Barritt succeeded Alistair Hargreaves as captain of Saracens in 2016 Captain Brad Barritt will leave Saracens at the end of the season. The 33-year-old has signed a contract extension to take him through to the end of the 2019-20 campaign. He joined the club in 2008 and has made 257 appearances, winning five Premiership […]

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Image copyright Snapchat Image caption Police attended an illegal street party in Angell Town in Brixton Twenty-two police officers have been injured and their vehicles damaged during clashes at an illegal street party in south-west London. Police were called following complaints from residents about noise and violence near Angell Town in Brixton on Wednesday night. […]

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Watch as Mourinho reels off his strikers’ scoring records under him Tottenham forward Harry Kane has been labelled “Hero Kane” by boss Jose Mourinho after his return from injury. The England captain made his first appearance since suffering a hamstring injury on 1 January in Friday’s 1-1 draw with Manchester United. Mourinho, whose side face […]

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Image copyright Sarah Kamati Image caption Sarah – not her real name – gave birth to her son in Britain Sarah faced a tough choice: stay in her native Namibia and continue to be raped and tortured, or run and leave her 10-year-old daughter behind. The then 29-year-old decided to flee. Once she was safe, […]

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Image copyright Getty Images The UK’s central bank and the Church of England have both apologised for the role that some of their senior figures played in the slave trade. Former Bank of England governors and directors profited from slavery, as did a bishop and dozens of other clergymen. The Bank said it would ensure […]

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Image copyright RoadWorks It’s been a couple of years since large sections of the media first started panicking about drill music, questioning if the genre’s often violent lyrics were contributing to knife crime in London – sometimes claiming outright that they were. For the youth workers helping young people navigate daily life, it was never […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPatrick Hutchinson: “We did what we had to do” The individual pictured carrying a white man to safety following a clash between protest groups in London has said he and his friends “stopped somebody from being killed”. Patrick Hutchinson was widely praised after a photo of him […]

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