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Legal team had argued that she did not want to plead guilty for fear of being branded a racist
The number of cases of violence against individuals on the Tube rose last year.
Detectives are investigating a YouTube clip which apparently shows a woman hurling racial abuse at a man on the Tube.
Saturday's FA Cup semi-final was marred with violence
Bailed Harlequins player denies accusation as police inquiry adds to his growing list of troubles
Harlequins director of rugby Conor O'Shea feels the incident that saw Danny Care yesterday arrested and cautioned for a third drink-related offence in three months "should have been avoided" but insists the club will continue to support the scrum-half.
Claims that a group of Chelsea football fans were involved in racist chanting on a train back from the club's 0-0 draw against Norwich City are being investigated.
Police investigating a video that shows a woman shouting racist abuse and remonstrating with other passengers on a tram in south London have made an arrest.
The Premier League have rejected calls for clubs to meet the full cost of policing matches.
The first posters warning travellers not to crack open a beer – or anything stronger – on London public transport network have already been put up.
Airport-style metal detectors could soon be fitted in hundreds of secondary schools in an effort to deter pupils from carrying knives.
In the first of a two-part series celebrating England's legendary World Cup triumph, James Lawton, Chief Sports Writer, recalls the discipline and man-management skills of Sir Alf Ramsey, and how his commitment to success inspired his team to make history that day at Wembley