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Everything was permitted at the Chelsea, apart from attachment parenting

Romanian tourist missing from London Underground 'found safe and well'

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Commuters suffer disrupted journeys to work during rush-hour on the Tube

There were severe delays on the District line and hold-ups on the Hammersmith & Circle line

Bob Allison: Eurovision contestant who was fielded as one half of the British answer to the hitmaking Everly Brothers

The Eurovision Song Contest was inaugurated in 1956, and although the UK didn't win until Sandie Shaw's "Puppet on a String" in 1967, there were several near misses. The Allisons came second with "Are You Sure" in 1961, beaten by Jean-Claude Pascal's "Nous les amoureux".

The MP Louise Ellman branded the use of parking fines to raise revenue unacceptable and illegal

Councils make £600m profit from parking tickets

Councils across England have been accused of implementing “an unacceptable mass ticketing culture” after the release of figures showing that car parking charges have generated £600m of surplus profit in the past year.

Harlequins’ Charlie Walker breaks a tackle to score a try against Racing Metro

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Conor O’Shea believes Harlequins can clinch a remarkable comeback and qualify for the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup after earning their second successive victory over big-spending Racing Metro.

Simon Calder: The success of London’s airports is the reason they must change

In the world’s pre-eminent city for air travel, global aviation policy is decided by local politics. The city is London, where 130 million airline passengers arrive or depart each year – or four per second, on average.

QPR unveil plans for a new 40,000-seat stadium in Old Oak, west London

QPR: Club announce 'exciting' plans for a new 40,000-seat stadium in Old Oak to cement their place in west London

The ambitious plans are part of club chairman Tony Fernandes's long-term vision for the club after they admitted their current home Loftus Road had 'no option of expanding'

Jurors have been warned to ignore David Cameron's comments about Nigella Lawson

Trial judge rebukes David Cameron over remarks about Nigella Lawson

Jurors told it was 'of regret' when public figures comment about someone involved in a trial

The radical cleric Abu Hamza was reportedly the target of an assassination plot by French spies

French spies plotted to assassinate Abu Hamza on streets of London

Schemes of French intelligence services reported in Gateway to Terror investigation by HOPE Not Hate

Neville Southall is relishing his new role as a teacher

How to fit three hours’ work into a busy day

Candidates should prove competent at tweeting throughout the day

On track: First Crossrail tunnel unveiled... and it's looking impressive

The first completed tunnel in the £14.8 billion cross-London Crossrail project has been unveiled.

Chris Robshaw: ‘We had our backs against the wall [last year] and we went out swinging’

England v New Zealand: Chris Robshaw delighted for chance to measure up with majestic Richie McCaw

'He's probably the guy who epitomises what it is to be an international open-side flanker,' says England captain

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A shocking test of the Taser – and why police want more of them

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