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A man with a bloodied knife flees moments after a reveller is stabbed at the Notting Hill Carnival.

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Mandelson des. res. up for sale

PETER MANDELSON is to sell the pounds 750,000 house in west London's fashionable Notting Hill that led to his downfall as a cabinet minister last month.

Books: Wait for a comeback by the Napoleon of Notting Hill

Roy Hattersley argues that Peter Mandelson's slapdash, sensational and partisan biographer has rushed to judgment a full decade too early; Mandy by Paul Routledge Simon & Schuster, pounds 17.99, 302pp

`No more action' on loan scandal

PETER MANDELSON has avoided a police inquiry into his application for a mortgage, even though he failed to tell the Britannia Building Society about his pounds 373,000 personal loan from Geoffrey Robinson.

Right of Reply: Phillip Knightley

The author and Notting Hill resident takes issue with our coverage of his neighbourhood

Mandelson's fall: One had charisma, the other cash

Last week's ministerial resignations lifted the lid on New Labour's approach to politics, writes Rachel Sylvester

The Mandelson loan: But what's so special about Notting Hill?

NOTTING HILL GATE is not quite as hip as it used to be. Peter Mandelson moved there from Clerkenwell at a time when just about everybody in the in-crowd was travelling the other way.

The Mandelson loan: Mandelson facing censure from official watchdog over `sleaze'

THE CRISIS engulfing Peter Mandelson, the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, over his pounds 373,000 personal loan from Geoffrey Robinson deepened last night as he faced new allegations that he had broken the rules governing the conduct of ministers and MPs.

Robinson's affairs in spotlight again

By Fran Abrams and Gary Finn

Minister's moves up property ladder

MORE THAN a few eyebrows arched in Westminster when Peter Mandelson secured a four-storey Georgian house in London's fashionable Notting Hill.

Test audiences fall about at 'Four Weddings' follow-up

NOTTING HILL, the new film from the team which made Four Weddings and a Funeral, is already marked out as a huge box-office hit - eight months before its release. Audiences at trial screenings in Britain and the US have been wildly enthusiastic about the film, which stars Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant.

Obituary: Peter Cotes

TO BE remembered solely as the director of The Mousetrap might seem a humiliating destiny for a man of Peter Cotes's wide-ranging and often courageous talent. He gave theatre-goers some of the most remarkable nights of their life, especially when his wife the actress Joan Miller played the lead or one of his favourite actors, Wilfrid Lawson, played Strindberg's The Father.

Soho on your doorstep

An address in W1 is more affordable than you might imagine, says Stephen Pritchard

pounds 750,000 home left in ruins

THESE ARE the remains of a Victorian house, on which a family spent pounds 750,000 and five months trying to thwart the effects of subsidence. The three-story property in Notting Hill, west London - the Willis family home for more than 10 years - disintegrated into a pile of rubble as builders worked on underpinning it.
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