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Defending champions Arsenal get off to a winning start Reigning Women’s Super League champions Arsenal got the new season off to a winning start start as they narrowly beat a spirited West Ham. Beth Mead put Arsenal ahead with a fine 18-yard strike into the bottom corner. Debutant Jill Roord made it 2-0 as she […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption Peter Hartley was jailed for 16 months after planting a spy camera in the ladies’ toilets. A sex offender who concealed a spy camera in the ladies’ toilets at Pinewood Studios has been jailed. Maintenance worker Peter Hartley, 50, planted a miniature motion-triggered camera behind a grill in the […]

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Image caption King’s Cross Estate’s managers say the facial recognition scans ended in 2018 London’s Metropolitan Police Service has revealed that it supplied the images used in facial recognition scans carried out by the developers of the King’s Cross estate. The police force had previously said it had not been involved, but has now acknowledged […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Part of the King’s Cross complex Facial-recognition technology has not been used at London’s King’s Cross Central development since March 2018, according to the 67-acre (0.3-sq-km) site’s developer. When the use of the technology was initially reported, by the Financial Times in August, a spokeswoman said it was to […]

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Jordan Ayew also scored for Palace in their 2-1 win at Manchester United Roy Hodgson said his Crystal Palace side did not need to “apologise” for their 1-0 Premier League win over 10-man Aston Villa, after the visitors had a late equaliser controversially ruled out. Jordan Ayew’s instinctive finish ultimately decided the match at Selhurst […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Climate protesters held a demonstration outside Heathrow Airport on 19 April Climate campaigners’ plans to use drones to disrupt flights out of Heathrow Airport are “criminal and counterproductive”, the airport said. Heathrow Pause, an Extinction Rebellion offshoot not endorsed by the other group, announced plans to fly toy drones […]

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Image copyright Ambedkar House Image caption Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Ambedkar House in 2015, during a visit to the UK In a quiet corner of London, one of India’s most venerated “founding fathers” continues to leave his mark. The city’s affluent Primrose Hill neighbourhood has been home to generations of celebrities, from model […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption The man was found in St Mary’s Avenue South in Southall A man in his 60s has been stabbed to death in west London. Emergency services were called at 18:40 BST on Saturday to St Mary’s Avenue South in Southall, where the man was pronounced dead, the Met Police […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionA witness filmed smoke coming from a flat in the tower block in Notting Hill, with Grenfell tower seen in the foreground A fire has broken out in a high-rise flat a short distance from the site of the Grenfell Tower disaster. Ten fire engines and 70 […]

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Image copyright PA Image caption The Good Counsel Network held daily vigils outside the Marie Stopes clinic in Ealing Pro-life protesters have lost their legal challenge against the UK’s first buffer zone around an abortion clinic. Ealing Council implemented a 100-metre exclusion zone at the Marie Stopes centre last year after women complained of being […]

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