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‘London throat’: Toxic brake dust could cause condition, scientists say

Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Scientists say metal brake dust particles might be contributing to illnesses like pneumonia and bronchitis Dust from worn-out brake pads could have the same harmful impact as diesel emissions, according to scientists. Tests carried out by King’s College, London, show metallic abrasion...

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Iderval da Silva: Three teenagers guilty of killing Uber Eats driver

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Iderval Da Silva was beaten to death in Battersea in May last year Three teenagers have been found guilty of killing a delivery driver as he tried to stop his scooter being stolen. Uber Eats delivery driver Iderval Da Silva, 46, was beaten...

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Crystal Palace v West Ham United

Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday’s Premier League game between Crystal Palace and West Ham United. electrical domestic service clapham Source link

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Premiership Rugby to ‘comprehensively review’ salary cap regulations

Saracens are the reigning Premiership and European champions Premiership Rugby have announced a “comprehensive review” of their salary cap regulations after champions Saracens were docked 35 points last month. Sarries were also given a £5.36m fine for breaching salary cap regulations over three seasons. “The success of Premiership Rugby...

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The school bringing forward its Christmas concert for the election

Polling stations are open until 22:00 GMT for the general election and public buildings like church halls and schools are being used for people to vote. While for some it’s business as usual, for schools, it means a day off for the pupils and a quick change of the...

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‘Oval Four’: Men ‘framed’ by corrupt detective have sentences quashed

Image copyright Winston Trew Image caption Winston Trew said his life fell apart after he served eight months in prison Three men who say they were framed by a detective decades ago have had their cases quashed by the Court of Appeal. Winston Trew, Sterling Christie and George Griffiths...

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Premiership: Owen Farrell, Maro Itoje & Billy Vunipola back for Saracens at Bath

Billy Vunipola starts at number eight, while brother Manu Vunipola keeps his place in the front row Gallagher Premiership Venue: Recreation Ground Date: Friday, 29 November Kick-off: 19:45 GMT Coverage: Updates on BBC local radio and live scores on the BBC Sport website England trio Owen Farrell, Maro Itoje...

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General election 2019: ‘We’re just represented by white people’

Young people from black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds (BAME) have described how they feel the 2019 general election has failed so far to take on their views or represent them. Students at London’s Westminster Kingsway College talked about the issues they care about and the changes they would...

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Seventeen arrested in human trafficking raids in London

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Scotland Yard raided 16 addresses across east London on Thursday morning Seventeen people have been arrested in early morning raids across east London in an international human trafficking investigation. Officers went to 16 addresses after working with Romanian police, who simultaneously raided four...

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Mbwana Samatta: Newcastle and West Ham target Genk striker

Mbwana Samatta joined Genk from Congolese side TP Mazembe in 2016 Newcastle and West Ham are both interested in signing Genk striker Mbwana Samatta. The 26-year-old, who scored against Liverpool in his side’s 2-1 Champions League defeat on Tuesday, has a release clause in his contract reported to be...

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