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The Tottenham striker was on the verge of a move to Upton Park

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A service will be held today to mark a year since the death of a man who was shot dead by police before the London riots.

Family wants answers on shooting

The family of Mark Duggan says it remains in the dark about the circumstances surrounding his fatal shooting by police one year on from the events that triggered the summer riots.

Luol Deng has helped Great Britain reach the quarter-finals of the Olympic basketball tournament despite suffering from a wrist injury

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Luol Deng has helped Great Britain reach the quarter-finals of the Olympic basketball tournament despite suffering from a wrist injury.

Primark sales surge on European success

Primark has shrugged off the wet weather and economic downturn in Europe to post sales growth ahead of its rivals, such as Marks & Spencer, in its third quarter.

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Primark has shrugged off the wet weather and economic downturn in Europe to post sales growth ahead of its rivals, such as Marks & Spencer, in its third quarter.

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With his shaven haircut, broken nose and tight t-shirt, Adrian Teare was undoubtedly not the usual candidate to appear before the Bishops’ Advisory Panel.

'Terrible' abuse loophole closed

People who abuse children and try to escape unpunished by staying silent or blaming someone else will face up to 10 years in prison from next week, Kenneth Clarke has said.

Bus services hit by worker protests over Olympics bonus

Bus services in London were disrupted after a series of protests today by workers involved in a row over an Olympic bonus payment, amid warnings of fresh strikes.

Social care cuts are putting 'children's lives at risk'

The social care system is at breaking point, with 88 per cent of social workers fearing that cuts are putting vulnerable children's lives at risk.

Care home criticised as resident is sentenced for murdering schoolboy

A private care home was criticised by a judge today as he sentenced a mentally ill resident to life for killing an innocent schoolboy.

700 riot victims still waiting for compensation

More than 700 victims of last year's riots are still waiting for their claims for compensation to be looked at nine months after the disturbances, official figures show, despite promises from David Cameron to get businesses "back up and running quickly".

Man remanded over Tottenham Court Road office siege

A man has appeared in court over a siege which closed one of London's busiest shopping streets.

Zara to open record fifth Oxford St store

The fashion chain Zara plans to open a record fifth store on London's Oxford Street, reinforcing the buoyant demand for prime retail property in the capital.

Police quesion man after Tottenham Court Road office siege

Detectives were continuing today to question a 48-year-old man arrested following a siege in central London.

The film shows paramedics trying to treat Mark Duggan in the street

Watchdog barred from questioning police at Duggan shooting

The family of Mark Duggan were said to be distraught last night after watching new footage that appeared to show frantic attempts to save his life in the minutes after he was fatally shot by police.

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