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Labour won't guarantee cash to plug Met Police's £240m 'black hole' to tackle gun crime

EXCLUSIVE: Labour's deputy leader says Sadiq Khan has been 'doing a tremendous job in very difficult circumstances'

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'I've seen Taylor Swift's Eras Tour 4 times already - here are my top tips for her Wembley shows'

From queueing to staying hydrated, superfan Lisa Bazley has lots of advice for London Swifties

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Croydon Boxpark's England joy and despair in pictures as fans endure stuttering performance

England's 1-1 draw with Denmark was watched at the East Croydon venue by hundreds

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EastEnders airs twist for Pastor Clayton as Yolande Trueman makes brave move

Warning: This article contains mentions of sexual assault

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Met Police hunt man who 'grabbed woman from behind and tried to rape her' in Newham

Officers arrived on the scene in East London after she screamed for help

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The London Overground station with incredible city views that rival Blackfriars

This Overground station provides a spectacular view of The Shard, The Gherkin and Heron Tower

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Labour to give London more social homes says Rayner as she outlines plan to tackle waiting lists

EXCLUSIVE: Angela Rayner has told MyLondon that building homes is a 'number one issue' for the party

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London council votes to fully reopen Bank Junction to black cabs for first time in 7 years in trial

The Bank Junction restrictions were introduced in 2017 in a bid to improve safety

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Sutton Council accused of 'treating residents with contempt' over incinerator which spewed black smoke

Councillors have criticised a recent report into power outages at the plant last year, which saw acrid smoke billowing across the local area

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Southwark restaurant where man was killed in front of mum has bid to sell booze rejected

Ian Gualavisi's cousin took over the Ecuadorian restaurant Rincon Costeno last year

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Dublin born philosopher commemorated with blue plaque

Iris Murdoch published 26 novels, notably 1978’s The Sea, The Sea, for which she won a Booker Prize.

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Brent nursery rated 'inadequate' by Ofsted sees massive turn-around in just 5 months

All staff have since attended training to 'refresh their safeguarding knowledge'

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Empty Newham office buildings to be transformed into 628 student homes

After building work was completed in 2019, the office blocks failed to attract any businesses into the area

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Taylor Swift's message to London fans ahead of first Eras Tour Wembley show

The US singer issued a message on Instagram as her Cardiff show wrapped up

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Amazon knocks £172 off Hoover vacuum cleaner with 'amazing suction' and 'makes life easier'

The Hoover turns into a handheld portable vacuum and has handy LED lights

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Rainham fire sees two industrial units up in flames as 125 firefighters battle to put it out

London Fire Brigade set up a 25-metre cordon and spent nearly five hours fighting the blaze

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Live: Serious accident closes road outside Mottingham station

Buses are on diversion and emergency services are at the scene

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Urgent hunt for man after shots fired at person in Tottenham car park

A man fired shots from inside a car

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Suicide of Lewisham girl, 14, prompts coroner to write to website CEO over thread she read before death

Isabella Shere was only 14 years old when she took her own life

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Homes Under the Hammer's Tommy Walsh floored by £400k 9-bedroom house in 'perfect' commuter town

The property was worth over £1million once completed