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Three illegal workers were arrested by immigration officials at a...Folkestone Herald 7 hours ago

Three illegal workers were arrested by immigration officials at a...

A Kent restaurant faces massive fines after three illegal workers were arrested.Mint Leaf Lounge in London Road, Teynham, was visited by Immigration Enforcement Officers at 8pm on Friday (February 24)..
Baby boy died after nanny 'lost temper and shook him'MailOnline 8 hours ago

Baby boy died after nanny 'lost temper and shook him'

Viktoria Tautz, 34, is on trial for manslaughter at Blackfriars Crown Court in London after she was accused of causing the death of Joshua Paul, 10 months, by shaking him.
Battle lines drawn over London Stock Exchange mega-mergerCity A.M. 8 hours ago

Battle lines drawn over London Stock Exchange mega-merger

The City is holding its breath to see who will blink first in the battle between the European Commission and the London Stock Exchange (LSE), in the case of the latter's £21bn mega-merger with..
Is the likely failure of LSE's Deutsche Boerse merger good news for London?City A.M. 8 hours ago

Is the likely failure of LSE's Deutsche Boerse merger good news for London?

*Daniel Hodson, former chief executive of LIFFE and non-executive director of The London Clearing House, says Yes.* At the heart of both the rationale and risk to London for this transaction is..
Football FanCast 9 hours ago

Arsenal star considering infuriating fans by moving to domestic rival

Arsenal fans will be concerned by news that one key-player is considering an exit from North London but is keen to remain in the Premier League.
Leicestershire Police 9 hours ago

Woman jailed after death of seven-month-old baby

A 31-year-old woman has been sentenced to six years in prison for the manslaughter of a seven-month-old baby. Chuanfang Zheng, of Mortlock Close, Southwark, London, appeared at Leicester Crown Court..
London bar now lets you pay for a pint with your FINGERMailOnline 9 hours ago

London bar now lets you pay for a pint with your FINGER

Customers at Proud Galleries in north London can now pay for a round of drinks using a bar-top finger scanner. The scanner works by reading the unique pattern of veins on their finger.

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