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Hackney man dies in police chase


Investigators will look into why a young man died after police chased him, caught him and pushed him to the ground. The incident took place in Hackney in the early hours of Saturday morning. Chief Superintendent Simon Laurence, Hackney Borough ...

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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?

mosque fire

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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Community event remembers 7/7

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Emdad Rahman A SMALL commemoration event at Aldgate station involving members of the general community remembered the innocent lives lost on 7/7, when 52 people were tragically taken. Today is twelve years since London was temporarily bought to a standstill ...

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Tragic teenager dies in Mile End fire

Flames can clearly be seen in the fourth floor room, seconds after the teenager jumped out.

AS DAWN BROKE this morning a fire broke out in a third/fourth floor maisonette in St Paul’s Way. Within hours, a 17 year old girl had died. The Fire Brigade and London Ambulance Service received an emergency call around 6am ...

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Fire in Bow

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THE RISING SMOKE could be seen across East London this afternoon, raising fears that history was repeating itself and another high rise building was on fire. Fortunately, it quickly transpired that although a tall block of flats was indeed ablaze, ...

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Hillsborough cops to be charged

David Duckenfield

FOLLOWING A public inquiry into the Hillsborough disaster, it has been revealed that six police officers are to be prosecuted. •Most significantly, David Duckenfield, who was a Chief Superintendent at the time and was in charge of police operations on ...

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