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Lena Corner reports on her struggle to turn her three-bed into a 2012 money-spinner.

Hammerson loses key tenant for skyscraper

Hammerson's proposed £350m Principal Place skyscraper in London was dealt a major blow yesterday, as the main potential tenant walked away from the scheme, blaming financial uncertainty.

All-male shortlist announced for Bafta Rising Star award

Homegrown talent dominates nominations for film's 'next big thing'

Woman found stabbed to death in Hackney

The body of a woman apparently stabbed to death shortly after being kidnapped from her home yesterday morning has been found in an abandoned car in Hackney, east London.

The White People and other Weird Stories, By Arthur Machen

Ghost stories are as much a part of Christmas as freezing fog and fortified wine. While not as well-known as masters of the genre such as MR James or Algernon Blackwood, Arthur Machen's remain among the most brilliant and disquieting tales of the supernatural.

Police arrest 62 riot suspects

Police launched a series of raids today in a major swoop on suspected summer rioters, Scotland Yard said.

Slow Club, Union Chapel, London

“One day we’ll be a bloody serious band, Charles,” Rebecca Taylor (mostly) jokingly chides her doubting co-Slow Clubber Charles Watson, as a song’s start collapses in a heap.

Howard Jacobson: Can we just stop talking about a 'Lost Decade'?

Now that the more articulate of the summer rioters have told us they can't wait to be sticking it to the Feds again some time soon, more sober minds must be considering how to stop them.

Gove tells heads to stop whingeing

Headteachers have been told by the Education Secretary to "stop whingeing" about their lack of resources. Michael Gove told a seminar in London that every second spent making excuses for poor performance was a second that could have been spent on improving standards.

Mole Man William Lyttle's house: For £500,000, the perfect place for the downwardly mobile

Kevin Rawlinson gets a viewing of the tunnels that Hackney's 'Mole Man' called home

Video: 'Hackney heroine's' riot anger

Pauline Pearce, the grandmother who berated rioters in Hackney, says she felt a "strange anger" at the people destroying her community.

Society proves itself to be more big than broken

Acts of kindness replace acts of violence as a shaken, post-riotEngland picks itself up

Miliband pledges inquiry into looting and rioting

Labour leader Ed Miliband has pledged that if the Government does not launch a public inquiry into the riots and looting which swept England, then his party will conduct one.

Hackney town hall evacuated

A town hall has been evacuated and closed amid fears of riot attacks.

Anne Keothavong wins all-British tie at Wimbledon

Anne Keothavong moved into the second round of Wimbledon for only the third time in her career as she overcame compatriot Naomi Broady 6-2 6-4.

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