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Grade-two listed Victorian terrace was left a shell

The new-look black cabs launched by Nissan

New version of the London black cab launched by Nissan

Model comes with round headlamps and a re-modelled grille as well as new front-bumper panels

Yet another end of an era: 'The London Gazette', the UK’s most venerable publication, goes online

It's one of the oldest newspapers in the world, dating back to 1665

Boris Johnson: ‘Ban cyclists from wearing headphones’

Anger as Mayor of London tells cyclists to ride more responsibly in the wake of 10 cycle deaths on Britain’s roads so far this month

Rivers Pound has to pay an additional £120 for his 'spare' bedroom

The kidney patient subject to bedroom tax - even if room is used for dialysis machine

Plight of MP’s brother raises questions about fairness of controversial welfare reform

Fury over ‘rush to sell Royal Mail on the cheap’

Labour warns prime assets could be sold, leaving taxpayer short-changed

Colin Firth will voice Paddington Bear in new film

The king speaks: Colin Firth to voice Paddington Bear in new film

Firth will join Hugh Bonneville, Nicole Kidman and Julie Walters in the film

The photo taken by Michael Middleton, the Duchess's father, of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they sit with their son Prince George and cocker spaniel Lupo in the garden of the Middleton family home in Bucklebury, Berkshire

Prince George photos: First official shots released

Photos were taken by Duchess's father Michael Middleton at the family home in Berkshire

Passengers stranded on Cornwall to London train for six hours

First Great Western apologises for 'unacceptable' delay after brakes locked in Wiltshire

We own the royal baby - perhaps that's why he/she doesn't want to come out yet

It is a curious phenomenon, that those who purport to love the Royals wilfully inflict so much misery upon them

Developers bet on Crossrail boom with West End investment

Two of Britain’s top property groups are spending almost £700 million on West End developments, placing major bets on the success of Crossrail.

Paddington’s home from home

Paddington where? Author Michael Bond’s daughter reveals truth of bear’s famous address - 32 Windsor Gardens

Karen Jankel claims character’s street – now a tourist spot – was purely fictitious

The Duchess of Cambridge in Southampton for the Princess Cruises naming ceremony

Duchess Of Cambridge launches last chance to speculate over royal baby

The media goes wild as Kate names a new cruise ship

Race is part of the body image conversation, so why don't we talk about it?

It’s considered dangerous to reference race for fear of being labelled ‘racist’ - but if we don't discuss it, we can't challenge the accepted beauty ideals

Man arrested after brawl erupts on M1 as two are killed in crash

Four fire engines and six ambulances were sent to the scene this morning

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‘Can we really just turn away?’

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