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You might assume that the participants in the BBC4 documentary God's Cadets: Joining the Salvation Army would all be classic "lark" types, but there was a greater variety of personality than expected in this 90-minute film. It followed the pious, but not pompous "cadets" who had given up their lives to enter into two years of intensive officer training at the William Booth College in south London.

File image: A devastated young girl has been reunited with her lost teddy following a remarkable social media appeal launched by the woman who found it

Devastated girl reunited with lost teddy bear following remarkable social media appeal

'Roar' had been left on a train during a family trip, luckily it was found by a passenger who appealed to find the owner on Twitter using a series of pictures of the teddy on a night out

Downing Street denied any security breach after Prime Minister David Cameron left his official ministerial box on a train table while he was travelling to a wedding

David Cameron accused of leaving confidential ministerial red box - with key in lock - on a train wile visiting buffet car

A fellow passenger took a photo of the well-worn red box - with the key in the lock - while the PM was reportedly in the buffet car

Sam Evans wins this years Big Brother at Elstree Studios, Borehamwood.

Big Brother 2013: Favourite Sam Evans crowned the winner ahead of Dexter Koh

Big Brother favourite Sam Evans has been crowned the winner of the reality TV show.

Mange Tout, By Bruno Loubet

"OH JESUS." Such is the two-word response fired back at me by a friend on receipt of my latest invitation to be a gastronomic guinea pig for this column. But then, to be fair to her, she was present at my inaugural Cooking the Books dinner, aka "The Gwyneth Paltricide"; this time, I assure her, I'm dealing with a far more benevolent recipe provider, namely Bruno Loubet.

Premier Inn to launch compact 'city centre' spin-off chain

No-frills hotel group Premier Inn is to launch a new compact “city centre” spin-off chain, with bedrooms that have an area of just 11.4 square metres each.

Grain Store, Granary Square, 1-3 Stable Street, London

Lisa Markwell finds a new vegetable nirvana behind an old transport hub.

Google's UK base will have room for 4,500 employees

The internet giant Google has unveiled plans for its new £650m London headquarters, which could give it the room to more than double its 2,000 staff in the capital.

David Boon, centre, enjoyed a couple of drinks on the 1989 tour

Dean Jones: Australia have bottled severity of David Warner's ban for attack on Joe Root because we don't have enough batsmen

Aussie Angle: I look at this team and I just don't know where the senior players are

Great Northern Hotel, London

Just the ticket for a London landmark

Travellers were left stranded overnight as King’s Cross station

Thousands hit and train company apologises as Kings Cross problems linger throughout today

Thousands of train passengers endured travel misery on a key London to Scotland route today with the severe disruption likely to last all day.

10 men bailed after brawl between rival football fans

Violence broke out between Brighton and Hove Albion supporters and Crystal Palace fans

RMT mark 25th anniversary of Kings Cross fire by demanding the scrapping proposed staffing cuts

Transport trade unionists marking the 25th anniversary of a devastating Tube station fire today demanded the scrapping of proposed staffing cuts.

One of 2012's most talked-about restaurant openings was Shrimpy's, part of The Filling Station

The pop-up buildings that leave a legacy

Carmody Groarke's Filling Station and Frieze pavilions have confirmed its reputation as one of the country's leading architects, says Tim Walker.

Cutting-edge: Shrimpy's is a temporary diner housed in the kiosk of a former petrol station

Shrimpy's, King's Cross Filling Station, London

Where have they all come from? All these hipsters, tiny of beard and large of spectacle? Is there a shuttle bus, bringing them over from east London? Why is that man wearing some kind of shortie pyjama suit? And shouldn't that girl try and cover up some of those tattoos with a pretty scarf?

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