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Murder in Forest Gate

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OFFICERS FROM THE Metropolitan Police Homicide and Major Crime Command have launched a murder investigation after a 20 year old man was fatally stabbed in the chest in Plashet Park on Sunday afternoon. It was just after 4pm when the ...

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Met supports Hate Crime Awareness week

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IT IS National Hate Crime Awareness Week (NHCAW) – and the Metropolitan Police are taking part in activities to highlight the issue and encourage victims, and anyone who knows or suspects incidents of such crime, to report them to police ...

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Mile End CAP wins national award

Derek Lewis hands the award to Vincent Fajilagmago.

THE MILE END Community Alcohol Partnership (CAP) has won a national award for its work tackling underage drinking. The award was presented to Vincent Fajilagmago, a Tower Hamlets Council Licensing Officer, by Derek Lewis, Chair of the national CAPs, at ...

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Fantastic film night for Palestine


TOWER HAMLETS Palestine Solidarity Campaign and the Bromley-by-Bow Centre are joining forces to support a free showing of the Oscar-nominated film 5 Broken Cameras on Thursday, 24th October. The film is a deeply personal, first-hand account of non-violent resistance in ...

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Man falls from Tower Bridge


A MAN FELL from Tower Bridge at around 6pm on Friday. Several witnesses confirmed that they had seen him fall and police are now appealing for anyone else who saw what happened to come forward. The City of London Police ...

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Newham acid attacker pleads guilty

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JOHN TOMLIN of Colman Road, Canning Town was arrested in early August and charged with two counts of committing grievous bodily harm with intent. The charges arose out of an incident on 21st June, when two cousins were sat in ...

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Succeeding Through Setbacks

Cllr Khan addresses the conference.

Cllr Rabina Khan’s speech to BNP Paribas Diversity Conference, October 2017. First, I would like to thank Anne and Connor for organising an event on behalf of BNP Paribas to recognise how important diversity is, both in Britain and globally.  ...

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