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London police intensify investigation around Grenfell fire, with possible manslaughter charges

Law enforcement officials consider charges of manslaughter after a criminal investigation exposes the tragic Grenfell Tower inferno was touched off by a refrigerator fire, in addition to exterior..
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Brighton & Hove LGBT+ communities to feature on BBC ‘The One Show’

Members of Brighton and Hove’s LGBT+ communities are to feature on national TV around the time of Pride in London week, in a piece commemorating and celebrating the 50th anniversary of the partial..
Former Burton Mail journalist looks for love for Channel 4's...Burton Mail 3 hours ago

Former Burton Mail journalist looks for love for Channel 4's...

A former Burton Mail journalist has had his attempt to find love splashed across TV screens as he appeared on a popular Channel 4 show earlier this week. Mark McKay, originally from Hartshorne and who..
Police fear some Grenfell victims will never be identifiedMailOnline 3 hours ago

Police fear some Grenfell victims will never be identified

Scotland Yard's Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormack today told of the horrific scenes investigators face in the devastated London tower block.
Police encourage scooter owners to double lockMailOnline 3 hours ago

Police encourage scooter owners to double lock

London's Metropolitan Police have launched a new video which aims to help combat the scourge of moped thieves (pictured) in the capital. Last year more than 8000 bikes were stolen.
Reuters India 3 hours ago

Exclusive: Report says EU firms face higher banking bills after Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - A report has concluded that a so-called hard Brexit could cost banks up to 35 billion euros ($39 billion) and European customers were being overly optimistic if they thought lenders..
Reuters India 3 hours ago

Global Economy Weekahead - Policy ponder: central banks head for the Portuguese hills

LONDON (Reuters) - The cool shade of the hills above Lisbon will offer leading central bankers an escape from the summer heat in the coming week, but there is little they can do to get away from their..
London's temporary African-inspired architectureBBC News 3 hours ago

London's temporary African-inspired architecture

Diebedo Francis Kere is the 17th architect to design a temporary pavilion in the grounds of London's Hyde Park.

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