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The Kumars (Sky1) are back. They've left number 42 at their street in Wembley and moved to Hounslow, where a divorced Sanjeev Kumar/Bhaskar is hosting his TV show from behind his dad's shop where they're renting from new landlord Hawney (pronounced "horny").

Drummer Lee Rigby

Woolwich attack: Murdered soldier Lee Rigby cause of death 'unconfirmed'

Murdered soldier Lee Rigby has been formally identified but the cause of his death was not confirmed by a post-mortem examination, police said today.

Met officers enter a property during raids as part of Operation Carbon

Metropolitan Police officers launch 'largest ever' set of synchronised raids targeting suspected burglars and drug offenders

At least 66 people have been arrested after the Metropolitan Police launched its largest ever raid on suspected burglars and drug offenders.

Abu Qatada made his request from Belmarsh prison

Abu Qatada asks Archbishop of Canterbury for prison meeting

The radical cleric Abu Qatada has written to the Archbishop of Canterbury asking for a private meeting at Belmarsh prison. Abu Qatada is understood to have written to the Most Rev Justin Welby at Lambeth Palace recently, to ask him for a personal visit, even providing him with a prison visiting order.

Review: Asunder, By Chloe Aridjis (Chatto & Windus)

Cracks appear down at the gallery

Frank Lampard scores his 203rd goal for Chelsea in the win against Aston Villa and dedicates the record to his late mother

Frank Lampard dedicates record to mum: 'It's for her'

Frank Lampard scored twice to break Bobby Tambling's record of 202 goals for Chelsea before dedicating accolade to his teammates and late mother

Man charged with murdering brother after funeral of another sibling in south London

A man was charged today with murdering his younger brother.

Tanni Grey-Thompson has been recommended as the new chair of Sport England

Peers try to block 'political' Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson

Gold medalist's welfare policy criticism blamed for delay in Sport England appointment

The deputy editor of The Sun, Geoff Webster, arrives at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London with his wife Alison

Sun deputy editor Geoffrey Webster in court as lawyer complains of 'profoundly disturbing' charges

Geoffrey Cox QC, complained that explanations or reasons behind the charges had still not been given

Firefighters attend the blaze at at the Newington Library on Walworth Road, Southwark

Crews fight to save blaze museum at Cuming Museum and Newington library in Walworth

More than a hundred firefighters have been trying to save a collection of artefacts from a blazing museum.

Anger at DECC as fuel poverty hits millions

As more vulnerable people are forced to choose whether to eat or heat, protesters take to the streets.

Switching jobs gives City workers 24% rise

City workers who switched their jobs last month will have started the year with an average 24% pay rise, figures have revealed.

Switching City jobs brings a pay jump of 24 per cent

City workers who switched their jobs last month will have started the year with an average 24 per cent pay rise, figures have revealed.

Lord O’Donnell has accused ministers of blaming officials for self-inflicted problems

Ministers 'attack civil servants to deflect blame from Coalition'

Former Cabinet Secretary Lord O'Donnell says the Government has undermined morale

Amlin heads for the heights in skyscraper deal

The Lloyd's of London insurer Amlin will soon be wowing its clients at the top of the "Cheesegrater" skyscraper in the City after agreeing a major pre-letting deal with British Land yesterday.

Room at the top for Amlin after its Cheesegrater deal

The Lloyd's of London insurer Amlin will soon be wowing its clients at the top of the Cheesegrater skyscraper in the City after agreeing a major pre-letting deal with British Land yesterday.

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