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Struggling Hovis is to get £200 million of investment under a deal that will hand a major slice of the operation to an American firm.

Romanian tourist missing from London Underground 'found safe and well'

Vasile Belea was separated from his son in Stockwell station when the tube doors closed on him before he could enter the train carriage

Neville Southall is relishing his new role as a teacher

The Little Old Lady Who Broke All The Rules, By Catharina Ingelman-Sundberg (Translated by Rod Bradbury) - Paperback review

These days, one expects any novel out of Sweden to be a crime novel, and so this one is – but with a difference.

Therapaws: Can animals help to revive memories in the elderly?

First the Mayhew rescues the animals. Then the charity sends them out to help rescue the memories of residents at the capital's care homes. Craig McLean joins them on their rounds.

London Welsh’s new coach Justin Burnell is vying for promotion

Why Exiles and the rest are desperate for promotion this season

With the Championship starting this weekend, Chris Hewett explains why it is crucial for clubs to make the great step up

Myles Thompson-Edwards

Jailed rapist collected tights of victims

London man 'acted on a fetish when he attacked his victims'

Man killed and two others stabbed in mass brawl at fairground

Six men arrested after fight at fair in Southall Park

David Moyes claims he would have let Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini leave Everton

Roberto Martinez should let Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini go, says David Moyes

Everton criticised United’s £28m joint bid for duo as 'derisory and insulting'

‘This is our area - we have a right to live here’: Southall Black Sisters unite against ‘racial profiling’ with spontaneous protest

In Southall, women take on border agency officers in a show of defiance

Transfer news: Joey Barton likened to Forrest Gump by Everton legend Neville Southall

Southall doesn't see what 30-year-old Barton could add to the squad and would rather the club sign a younger player with more potential

Paperback review: Sisters, By Barbara Mortimer

These “Heroic true-life stories from the nurses of World War Two” are moving oral histories, spoken by nurses in short interview form.

Muslim convert Richard Dart admits terrorism charges

Muslim convert Richard Dart admitted terrorism charges at the Old Bailey today.

British Land banks on Crossrail in £142m Ealing buy

Property giant British Land took a £142.5 million bet on Crossrail today as it snapped up a major shopping centre in west London from its Dutch owner.

DVD & Blu-ray review: Nowhere to Go (PG)

A bold, atypical thriller from Ealing, scripted by the theatre critic Kenneth Tynan and starring Maggie Smith in her first film role.

Jamal Moghe was reportedly on his first trip back to Africa

Metropolitan Police special constable shot dead in Kenya

Jamal Moghe was sitting in a truck carrying passengers when it was attacked by gunmen

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