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Andriy Yarmolenko’s second goal of the season opened the scoring at London Stadium Goals from Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell earned West Ham their second successive home win against Manchester United, who lost striker Marcus Rashford through injury in the second half. Yarmolenko opened the scoring on the stroke of half-time, sending a low finish […]

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Image copyright BBC/Tricia Yourkevich Labour MP Harriet Harman says she will “not back down” in the race to replace John Bercow as Commons Speaker, despite objections from her local party. Members in Camberwell and Peckham, London, voted to urge her to pull out, and hinted they could run a candidate against her at the next […]

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The Laces project was started in 2016 ‘This is what a footballer looks like’. That is the motto of south west London women’s football group South London Laces, who are an open-to-all socially inclusive club. They welcome girls of all ages, race and abilities. The founders Emily Hill and Beth Towle are themselves both players […]

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Image copyright Thruvision Image caption The scanners reveal hidden objects that block body heat Body scanners used to screen passengers for hidden explosives and weapons are being used for the first time at a London railway station. A Home Office sponsored five-day trial has started at Stratford station, east London. Portable scanners are being used […]

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Fulham keeper Marcus Bettinelli complained that he had been fouled by Charlie Austin West Bromwich Albion maintained their unbeaten Championship record as they came from behind to rescue a point with a draw in the south west London sunshine at Fulham. Both goals owed a good bit to fortune, as Semi Ajayi’s controversial late headed […]

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Image copyright Google Image caption The condition of the man stabbed in Eastleigh Walk is not yet known At least two men have been stabbed in south London in what police believe are linked attacks. Police officers found one man with stab injuries after reports of a fight on Eastleigh Walk in Roehampton at about […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionSir Geoffrey Boycott told Today he ‘couldn’t give a toss’ about knighthood criticism Geoffrey Boycott has said he “couldn’t give a toss” about criticism over Theresa May awarding him a knighthood in her resignation honours list. Domestic abuse charities and Labour said the honour should be removed […]

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Chelsea goalscorer Beth England got her first England call-up last month Beth England’s excellent 25-yard goal to give Chelsea victory over Tottenham in their first Women’s Super League match at Stamford Bridge. England, who made her international debut for Phil Neville’s team against Belgium last week, fired into the top left corner within four minutes. […]

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Image copyright Irving family Image caption Michael Irving was found fatally wounded in Byford Close, Stratford, on Tuesday evening A teenager has been charged with the murder of a 15-year-old boy who was stabbed to death in an east London street. Michael Irving, from Woolwich, was found fatally injured in Byford Close, Stratford, at about […]

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Jay Pitts scored one of London Broncos’ tries on their last trip to Craven Park, a 22-12 defeat in February Betfred Super League Venue: KCOM Craven Park Date: Friday, 6 September Kick-off: 19:45 BST Coverage: BBC local radio; live scores BBC Sport website Bottom club London Broncos could be relegated from Super League, depending on […]

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