News Jonny Benjamin (left) and Neil Laybourn meet after Mr Benjamin launched a campaign to find the stranger who stopped him from taking his life in 2008.

Now a mental health campaigner, Jonny Benjamin wanted to find the stranger so he could thank him

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Teenagers fail in fees challenge

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Shooting victims were 'lucky to live'

A five-year-old girl was "happily playing" in a shop when she was hit by gunfire and left permanently paralysed, the Old Bailey heard yesterday.

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Two years ago, Granville Arcade, in the far reaches of Brixton market, was a ghost town.

Alice Jones: Sometimes, a little investment can go a long way

Some may sniff about "gentrification" but nothing of Granville Arcade's old spirit has been lost

Cruise follows Protocol for premiere

Tom Cruise delighted fans who had waited for him in blistering cold last night as he arrived at the London premiere of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.

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Journalist Sam Francis tells how he was attacked and had his bike stolen by people looting in Brixton, London.

Three arrested after man shot dead in south London

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A five-year-old girl shot when a gunman opened fire in a shop may never walk again.

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