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The Labour MP David Lammy attacked the Coalition’s handling of the findings by the Riots, Communities and Victims Panel

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The Government has been accused of “insulting” the victims of the 2011 summer riots by burying their formal response to a report on the unrest and failing to act on its 63 recommendations.

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Relatives meet with justice campaigners on anniversary of shooting that sparked London riots

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A 44-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder of PC Keith Blakelock, the officer who was stabbed to death during the Broadwater Farm riots in 1985.

Keith Blakelock was murdered 20 years ago

PC Keith Blakelock murder: New suspect to be charged

Police are close to charging a man with the murder of policeman Keith Blakelock during the Broadwater Farm riots 28 years ago, it was reported today.

Rapist cab driver sent to prison

An unlicensed cab driver was jailed for seven years and three months today after being found guilty of raping a female passenger.

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Gareth Bale urged to leave Tottenham for a club with 'culture of victory' by Marcel Desailly

The Welshman has been linked with Manchester United and Real Madrid

Arsene Wenger celebrates with his players after they clinched fourth place

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal 'need stability and to strengthen in the summer' after qualifying for Champions League

Arsenal manager says club must spend funds from Europe but fears a lack of available talent

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Journalist Rex Tracey is in a funk. He pines for Milda, his Lithuanian ex-girlfriend, while younger, more ambitious colleagues are after his reporting job at a north London newspaper.

Anthony Hilton: Time to engineer some recognition

We don't make enough fuss about the things we are good in this country and we do nothing like enough to celebrate our engineers, which is why on Thursday I was particularly pleased to be invited to present an award in the magnificent Great Room of the Institute of Civil Engineers.

Joan McVittie, former president of the Association of School and College Leaders

School sixth-forms face closure due to government funding cuts

School sixth-forms are facing closure because of government funding cuts, headteachers warned today.

Tottenham v Arsenal: The best north London derbies

Tottenham host Arsenal this Sunday in the Premier League with both teams desperate for a win.

Tottenham defender Younes Kaboul

Anzhi Makhachkala to tempt Younes Kaboul to leave Tottenham

Defender will be offered £4m-a-year after tax according to reports

Kevin Hutchinson-Foster has been sentenced for passing the gun to Mark Duggan

Drug dealer Kevin Hutchinson-Foster jailed for supplying gun to Mark Duggan before death that sparked London riots

Gun had earlier been used to 'pistol whip' a barber until he was nearly unconscious

Bobby Moore, a class act whatever he wore

West Ham pay Bobby Moore tribute

West Ham will mark the 20th anniversary of Bobby Moore's death with a series of memorial events.

A new exhibition will show pictures from the riots in 2011

London riots are back in the frame

The photojournalist Lewis Whyld, 35, was sent to cover a party near St Paul's Cathedral on 6 August 2011.

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