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Ken Livingstone branded 'a shameful stupid man' by relatives of 7/7 victims

Ken Livingstone branded 'a shameful stupid man' by relatives of 7/7 victims

The former London mayor claimed the suicide bombers had acted ‘in protest at our invasion of Iraq’, adding: ‘They gave their lives – they said what they believed.’
Reported by MailOnline 19 minutes ago
Independent 29 minutes ago

Tottenham Hotspur vs Chelsea preview: Jose Mourinho tries to shift the pressure on to Spurs in north London derby

Chelsea manager plays mind games before Sunday's derby by claiming the low expectations of Tottenham help them 41 minutes ago

Homes for £400,000 – in pictures

From a 12-bedroom lodge in Inverness to a studio flat in one of London’s most desirable postcodes Continue reading...
Independent 1 hour ago

The gentrification of Brixton: How did the area's character change so utterly?

In no part of London is the before-and-after effect of gentrification so marked as in Brixton, one-time teeming hub of West Indian life. Author Alex Wheatle tours the streets where he grew up and asks,.. 2 hours ago

Tottenham vs Chelsea: Spurs job is much easier than mine, claims Jose Mourinho

Mauricio Pochettino is a great manager but nobody cares if he loses, says Jose Mourinho, ahead of London derby on Sunday 2 hours ago

Wasps must bring European form to Premiership for Twickenham clash against London Irish, says Gaskell

Wasps have been middling in the league, a shadow of the bracing, self-assured lot who have set such a pace in Europe, writes Mick Cleary
Independent 3 hours ago

Occupy London member says they may regroup if Britain decides to bomb Syria

'There’s nothing to say people wouldn’t regroup if something happened'
BBC Local News 3 hours ago

'Coffin' protest over cyclists' safety

BBC Local News: London -- Coffins are placed outside Transport for London office in a protest by cycling campaigners calling for more investment on cycling infrastructure.

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