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John McDonnell has apologised for the way the Labour Party initially handled anti-Semitism claims. The comments come after Jeremy Corbyn declined to apologise after in a BBC interview with Andrew Neil. The Labour leader was asked four times whether he would like to apologise after Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis claimed “a new poison – sanctioned […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Uber will not be granted a new licence to operate in London after repeated safety failures, Transport for London (TfL) has said. The regulator said the taxi app was not “fit and proper” as a licence holder, despite having made a number of positive changes to its operations. Uber initially lost […]

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Image copyright Chris Atkins/PA Image caption British Transport Police said they are looking to identify a man harassing families with anti-Semitic abuse A man is being sought by police for directing “horrific” anti-Semitic abuse towards Jewish children on the London Underground. He was filmed reading anti-Jewish Bible passages to two boys in skullcaps travelling with […]

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Young people from black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds (BAME) have described how they feel the 2019 general election has failed so far to take on their views or represent them. Students at London’s Westminster Kingsway College talked about the issues they care about and the changes they would like to see in politics. Video […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption CCTV images allegedly showed Joseph McCann at the Phoenix Lodge Hotel in Watford on 25 April A man accused of rape was caught on camera at a hotel just before one of his alleged victims smashed him over the head and escaped, a court heard. Joseph McCann went into […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The UK’s night-time economy has annual revenues of £66bn, says one report It is 04:00 in central London’s clubbing district, Soho. People are slowly streaming out of the clubs, some huddled in doorways waiting for taxis, others dancing on the kerb, merry and very loud. The night-time economy is […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The historical foundry has received royal visits Plans to redevelop the historical bell foundry where Big Ben was cast into a boutique hotel have been approved. Whitechapel Bell Foundry started up in east London in 1570. The current site was sold to developers who proposed changing it into a […]

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Sam Kerr captained Australia at the Women’s World Cup this summer Australia striker Sam Kerr, widely regarded as one of the best strikers in the world, has joined Women’s Super League leaders Chelsea. She is the all-time leading scorer in the Australian and American leagues. Kerr, 26, has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal and is available […]

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Manuel Pellegrini’s West Ham side are 16th in the Premier League West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini will be given the chance to turn round the club’s alarming slump in form. Pellegrini has come under fire after a terrible run of results that has seen the Hammers slide from top six contenders to the edge of […]

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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Hakim Sillah was attacked at Hillingdon Civic Centre on Thursday A teenager has been charged with murdering a man stabbed at a knife awareness course in London. Hakim Sillah, 18, was attacked in the youth offending service department of the Hillingdon Civic Centre in Uxbridge on Thursday. The Metropolitan […]

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