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Will Crooks Estate holds Fun Day

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Emdad Rahman A FUN DAY was held last Sunday on the Will Crooks Estate on Poplar High Street. The guest of honour was Will Crook’s great grandson David Viner, who came to celebrate the day with the local community. David Viner was extremely interested in the ...

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Corbyn challenges May on pay cap

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JEREMY CORBYN has pressed Theresa May to lift the public sector pay cap – in the last Prime Minister’s Questions session before the House of Commons summer recess. The Labour Leader spoke about the lives of ordinary public sector workers, ...

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Government clobbers pensioners

Trade unions have been trying to halt the decrease in private pensions - which makes state pensions even more important to many older workers.

THE GOVERNMENT  has been under great pressure in recent weeks from a group of women who facing waiting extra years before they receive the state pension. The women claimed that they had been relying on receiving their pension at a ...

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Mosque fire: hate crime or terrorism?

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TENSION HAS broken out between mosque leaders and the police over how a suspected arson attack on the Nasfat Islamic Centre in Manchester should be classified. The Centre, in Droylsden Road, Newton Heath, Manchester, caught fire on Sunday night. The fire ...

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Can you help find missing teenager?

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A TEENAGE girl who lives in Ilford has been missing since Friday morning (14th July). Police believe she may have travelled to Whitechapel that morning. Ayesha Alohan-Eke, 16, is described as a young black woman, 5ft 5ins tall, of slim ...

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Murder in Romford

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a 28 year old man died from stab wounds at a block of flats in Straight Road, Romford, on 11th July. Police and the London Ambulance Service were called out to the address just ...

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