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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Joshua Cohen’s family ran the Beigel Bake bakery in Brick Lane A man has admitted stabbing to death his mother and sister at their north London home. Joshua Cohen, 29, was given an indefinite hospital order in 2018 after a trial of issue found he had killed Louise Cohen, […]

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Image copyright Julia Quenzler Image caption Muhammad Rodwan, from Luton, has admitted striking PC Outten but denies attempted murder A van driver “intended to kill” a police officer in a “savage” machete attack, a court has heard. Muhammad Rodwan allegedly stabbed PC Stuart Outten after he was pulled over in Leyton, east London, on 7 […]

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Ayew has scored three goals against Arsenal – only against West Ham has he scored more (four) Jordan Ayew’s deflected equaliser earned Crystal Palace a point at home against Arsenal, who had goalscorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sent off by the video assistant referee (VAR). Captain Aubameyang had put his side ahead with a well-worked team goal […]

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Image copyright Marius Zarnescu Image caption Mohammed Abdullah Al Araimi was stabbed in Knightsbridge near Harrods A man has been charged with murder after a fatal stabbing near the luxury department store Harrods. Mohammed Abdullah Al Araimi, 20, died at the scene near the Knightsbridge store on 5 December 2019. Badir Rahim Alnazi, of no […]

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Max Malins made his Sarries debut against Scarlets in January 2017 Saracens full-back Max Malins has had surgery to repair a broken foot, ruling him out for three months. The 23-year-old former England Under-20 international suffered the injury in Sarries’ 14-7 defeat at Premiership leaders Exeter on 29 December. He will now begin a rehabilitation […]

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Image copyright PA Media Ethical veganism is a “philosophical belief” and so is protected in law, a tribunal has ruled for the first time. The case was brought by vegan Jordi Casamitjana, who claims he was sacked by the League Against Cruel Sports because of his ethical veganism. His former employer says he was dismissed […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWatch how London celebrated the start of 2020 Revellers across the UK have rung in the start of a new decade, with fireworks displays in London, Edinburgh and other major cities. In London, some 12,000 fireworks lit up the capital’s skyline. The UK’s “biggest street party” had […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption A council worker removed the graffiti which someone had covered with a note wishing all people “Peace and Good Will” Anti-Semitic graffiti has been daubed on a synagogue and several shops in north London during the Jewish festival of Hanukkah. The Star of David, a Jewish holy symbol, and […]

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