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Image copyright Family handout Image caption Jaden Moodie moved from Nottingham to London with his mum for a “new start” A boy who was “butchered” in a drugs turf war after being groomed by drug dealers had been arrested in a crack den months earlier but police did not contact child exploitation staff, a report […]

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Image copyright Getty Images The Grenfell Tower Inquiry will not resume until July at the earliest, organisers have said. The second phase of the probe into the west London tower block fire was halted in March over coronavirus restrictions. After consultation, consensus from core participants was to resume hearings with limited attendance when social restrictions […]

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Image copyright Family handout Image caption Ticket office worker Belly Mujinga died of coronavirus in April A railway ticket office worker has died with coronavirus after being spat at by a man who claimed he had Covid-19. Belly Mujinga, 47, who had underlying respiratory problems, was working at Victoria station in London in March when […]

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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Officers seized material from suspects during the lockdown The Met Police has arrested 45 suspected paedophiles since the lockdown began, new figures reveal. Specialist officers safeguarded 92 people in the first four weeks after 23 March, when severe restriction on people’s movement were put in place. Over the same […]

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Coronavirus is continuing its spread across the world, with more than three million confirmed cases in 185 countries. At least 200,000 people have died. The United States has more than four times as many confirmed cases as any other country. This series of maps and charts tracks the global outbreak of the virus since it […]

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Image copyright Staci Martin Image caption PC Keith Palmer was unarmed as he was attacked by Khalid Masood The Met Police is facing legal action over the death of PC Keith Palmer during the Westminster terror attack. Khalid Masood killed the unarmed officer after driving into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge on 22 March 2017. In […]

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NHS workers are trying to save lives around the clock, but they are often faced with a daily scenario of canteens being shut at 17:00 and almost empty vending machines. So communities, charities and businesses are striving to keep NHS workers fed. Restaurants that can’t open their doors to the public are now making meals […]

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Image copyright AFP Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a series of new restrictions to fight the coronavirus outbreak in a televised address from 10 Downing Street. What are the new measures? The prime minister said: Shops selling “non-essential goods” including clothes and electronics stores will be closed immediately Libraries, playgrounds, outdoor gyms and places […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption‘I feel like Great Ormond Street have taken her from me’ Great Ormond Street Hospital failed to properly investigate child deaths, suggests evidence uncovered by the BBC. The source of one fatal infection was never examined and in another case GOSH concealed internal doubts over care. Amid […]

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