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Ten police officers injured with ‘corrosive substance’ in Barnet

image copyright@NXTierney image captionThe Met Police said officers were injured in Barnet by a “suspected corrosive substance”. Ten Met Police officers have been injured by a “corrosive substance” during a drugs raid in north London. They had been called to an industrial area in Dale Close, Barnet, at about...

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Lokomotiv Plovdiv v Tottenham Hotspur: No problem with Alli – Mourinho

Spurs trained in Enfield on Wednesday before flying to Bulgaria Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho says there is no issue with Dele Alli as they prepare for their Europa League qualifier against Lokomotiv Plovdiv. Midfielder Alli, who was substituted at half-time in the 1-0 defeat by Everton on Sunday,...

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Bob Willis Trophy: Rory Burns makes 52 as Surrey ease to victory against Sussex

Rory Burns averages 32.44 with the bat in 21 Test matches for England Bob Willis Trophy, Kia Oval (day four): Sussex 415 & 128: Meaker 42; Moriarty 6-70 Surrey 388 & 157-4: Burns 52; Coles 2-32 Surrey (22 pts) beat Sussex (7 pts) by six wickets Scorecard England Test...

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Ruben Bousquet: Boy died after allergic reaction to Odeon popcorn

Image caption Ruben Bousquet had eaten the popcorn many times before at the same cinema, the inquest heard A 14-year-old boy died after suffering an allergic reaction to popcorn he ate at a cinema, a coroner has ruled. Ruben Bousquet was with his parents at the Odeon in Greenwich,...

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Antonio Rodney-Cole: Drug dealer killed ‘for mobile phone contacts’

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Antonio Rodney-Cole, 22, died after being repeatedly stabbed in Stoke Newington in 2013. A drug dealer is thought to have been killed to steal a list of customers stored on his phone, an inquest has heard. Antonio Rodney-Cole, 22, died after being repeatedly...

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Rail fares to rise 1.6% in January despite passenger slump

Image copyright Getty Images Many railway season ticket holders and commuters will see a 1.6% rise in fares from January despite a slump in passenger demand. About half of rail fares are pegged to July’s Retail Price Index, which defied forecasts and rose from 1.1% in June. The government...

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Black Lives Matter: All Premiership clubs to show support for anti-racism movement

Premiership action, halted for five months by the coronavirus pandemic, resumes on Friday when Harlequins host Sale All Premiership clubs will show support for the Black Lives Matter movement when the season resumes, although not all will take a knee before kick-off. Bristol Bears, Northampton, Gloucester and Bath will...

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Caroline Flack wanted to ‘find harmony’ with boyfriend

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Caroline Flack was found dead at her home in Stoke Newington TV star Caroline Flack left a note before her death saying she had wanted to “find harmony” with her boyfriend Lewis Burton, an inquest was told. The ex-Love Island and X Factor host...

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Hatton Garden: ‘Basil’ faces order to pay back £6m

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Michael Seed denies he is the final Hatton Garden raider nicknamed “Basil” The last suspect in the Hatton Garden heist is being asked to pay back nearly £6m, a court has heard. Michael Seed, 59, from Islington, nicknamed “Basil”, played a key role...

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Wembley baby death: Woman arrested on suspicion of murder

Image copyright Google Image caption Police were called to an address in Preston Road, Wembley, to a report of an injured infant A woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of a baby. An ambulance crew was called to Preston Road in Wembley, north-west London,...

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