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Image caption Seven people were killed when a tram derailed near to Sandilands tram stop in November 2016 The driver of a tram that crashed in Croydon and killed seven people will not face prosecution for manslaughter. More than 50 people were injured when the tram derailed near Sandilands tram stop in south London in […]

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Arsenal 2-2 Crystal Palace: Xhaka was wrong – Emery Arsenal manager Unai Emery says Granit Xhaka should apologise after he was involved in an angry confrontation with home fans during Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace. The Gunners captain was booed while he walked off the pitch at Emirates Stadium, prompting him to cup his […]

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Image copyright Shop photo Image caption Robbers drove a car into the side of the jewellery shop Members of the public caught and held on to a suspect running away from an armed raid on a jewellery shop. The owner of the shop, in west London, said he feared for his life when men armed […]

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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Zahir Visiter was stabbed four times “with considerable force” A 22-year-old who stabbed a man, then hid in a London mosque which was stormed by police, has been found guilty of manslaughter. Kamal Hussain, of no fixed abode, fled to London Central Mosque after killing 25-year-old Zahir Visiter on […]

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Michael Neser played two ODIs for Australia against England in 2018 Australia seamer Michael Neser will join Surrey for the first half of the 2020 County Championship campaign. The 29-year-old was part of the Ashes squad in the summer but did not feature and is yet to make his Test debut. The South Africa-born bowler […]

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Boulter is ranked 349 in the world and is 11th in the British rankings Katie Boulter says she has made a complete recovery from a stress fracture of the back, and now feels “no pain whatsoever”. Boulter was Britain’s number two when she was injured playing for her country against Kazakhstan in a Fed Cup […]

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Image copyright PA Wire Extinction Rebellion protests continued in central London despite police banning the group’s climate change demonstrations in the capital. Activists blocked Oxford Circus with a wooden pyramid structure and descended on Westminster before moving to Trafalgar Square. One man, who was dressed up as Boris Johnson, scaled the scaffolding surrounding Big Ben. […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Knife crime in England and Wales has increased again, according to the latest figures from police forces. In the 12 months to the end of June 2019, knife crime offences rose by 7%, reaching a record high. But the picture on knife crime is mixed – with a fall in the […]

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Billy Vunipola injured his ankle in England’s 39-10 victory over Argentina on 5 October. England’s preparations for their World Cup quarter-final against Australia have been given a significant boost with the news that Billy Vunipola is now “very likely” to be fit to start. The number eight injured his ankle against Argentina 10 days ago […]

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