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The incident happened when the officer was alone in a police building in Putney, south west London

Plans to slash services at a successful London hospital have been declared unlawful

Lewisham hospital will stay open - but only the lawyers have true cause to celebrate

The NHS's survival depends on the closure of services and even whole hospitals

 

You can't slash A&E services at Lewisham hospital: Jeremy Hunt overruled by High Court

Judge rules that Jeremy Hunt acted outside his powers with announcement to MPs

Community support officers stand guard at an address in Elstead House where police are investigating a stabbing incident

Man arrested after woman is stabbed to death and two others injured in Brixton

A man with knife allegedly killed one woman and injured two others in a stabbing rampage with children metres away.

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Hugh Robertson: 'No other home nation has ever increased the number of people participating'

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‘No other host nation has ever increased the number of people participating’

Peckham teen raped boy, 13, for 'having a poor phone'

A teenager raped a 13-year-old boy he had intended to rob and then told him he deserved it for not having a phone worth stealing, a court heard yesterday.

Jimmy Savile's former driver David Smith denies sex offences

The first man to be charged in the police inquiry prompted by claims into disgraced TV presenter Jimmy Savile has denied a string of sex offences.

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Internet searches: Mapping Britain’s capitals of top banter

If you’re looking for a flat share in a “lovely house”, where key features include “mucking in”, “movie nights” and “banter”, (or just want to avoid them) then you’re in luck.

Mark Leftly: Osbornism - one small step for the man, one giant leap for the economy... ideally

Outlook As an economic paradigm, Osbornism has reached maturity: the theory has taken a long time to craft but it has now developed to such an extent that its full force has been unleashed in practice.

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Freddie Starr rebailed over alleged sexual offences

Comedian was arrested in November under the "Savile and others" strand and then re-arrested in April, under the strand unrelated to Savile

A convicted thief is suing the Metropolitan Police for discrimination

Community support officer sues Metropolitan Police for discrimination after she didn't mention criminal record on job application

Rachida Sobhi claims she did not reveal her criminal record due to amnesia

Mark Bridger had cartoon pornographic images depicting bound and gagged youngsters being sexually abused, as well as images of apparently dead youngsters

Campaigners urge government criminalise pornography featuring scenes of simulated rape in wake of April Jones and Tia Sharp murders

More than 100 campaigners have written to David Cameron urging possession of the material be made a criminal offence

Ingrid Loyau-Kennett confronting alleged attacker Michael Adebowale

More than 60,000 call for bravery medals for 'Angels of Woolwich'

Amanda Donnelly, her daughter Gemini and Ingrid Loyau-Kennett have been lauded for their role in the aftermath of the attack on Drummer Lee Rigby

Money spent on housing benefit could build tens of thousands of new homes, says union

"Ending corporate welfare will save taxpayers' money"

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Wiggins a 'great loss for Team Sky' says Shane Sutton

British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton believes the loss of Sir Bradley Wiggins for the Tour de France will “massively” weaken Team Sky but lift a weight off the shoulders of lead rider Chris Froome.

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