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’Jobs at risk’ at new West Midlands rail franchise
West Midlands Trains suggests outsourcing and moving some jobs in a letter to staff seen by the BBC.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-42356413
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Wearing a stoma
Natalie Toper tells her story of why she wears a stoma and how it has affected her daily life.

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Grenfell council chiefs refuse to commit to putting sprinklers in all tower blocks
The leader of Kensington and Chelsea council today refused to commit to putting sprinklers into all tower blocks in the borough in the wake of Grenfell fire.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/grenfell-council-chiefs-refuse-to-commit-to-putting-sprinklers-in-all-tower-blocks-a3718506.html
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Take over
Rivalry against Spotify and augmented reality ambitions are two possible reasons for the takeover.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-42309311
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Third of Londoners aged 21 to 35 still live with their parents, research reveals
A third of all Londoners aged between 21 and 35 still live with their parents with most saying it is because they cannot afford to move out, new research has revealed.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/third-of-londoners-aged-21-to-35-still-live-with-their-parents-research-reveals-a3717266.html
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'Monster' fatberg discovered in Whitechapel sewer to go on display at Museum of London
London's "monster" fatberg will be put on display at the Museum of London next year.

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/monster-fatberg-discovered-in-whitechapel-sewer-to-go-on-display-at-museum-of-london-a3717736.html
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Grenfell hearings begin amid calls for justice to be done without 'fear or favour'
Grenfell inquiry chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick today started two days of hearings, amid calls for those responsible for the fire to be held to account without "fear or favour".

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/grenfell-hearings-begin-amid-calls-for-justice-to-be-done-without-fear-or-favour-a3715561.html
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City bosses hit out at 'illogical' Labour plans to move Bank of England to Birmingham
City grandees greeted Labour plans to uproot the Bank of England from the Square Mile and relocate it in Birmingham with bemusement today.

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Britain on the verge: Life along the A1
Photographer Peter Dench takes a trip along Britain’s longest road recording the places and faces encountered on the way.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-42151512
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Christmas Shopping: The best places to eat near high street hotspots in London
From Oxford Street to Westfield, make sure you don't take on the crowds on an empty stomach

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'Wonderful and talented' theatre student killed by car on night out in Deptford with friends
A promising theatre student who attended the same school as choreographer Sir Matthew Bourne was knocked down and killed by a car during a night out with friends.

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Londoners 'incapable of keeping secrets'
It might be time to stop confiding in your friends, as research has revealed that many Londoners are incapable of keeping secrets.

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Hamilton musical wows first London audience
The first UK performance of the Broadway hit leaves audience members singing the musical’s praises.

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NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Aaron Hill Road, E6 · Albatross Close, E6 · Alestan Beck Road, E16 · Alexandra Road, E6 · Allhallows Road, E6 · Alpine Way, E6 · Andrewes Gardens, E6 · Angelica Drive, E6 · Arthur Road, E6 · Ashwell Close, E6 · Barry Road, E6 · Barton Close, E6 · Bayne Close, E6 · Beaufort, E6 · Becket Avenue, E6 · Beckton Corridor, E6 · Beryl Avenue, E6 · Blaney Crescent, E6 · Boultwood Road, E6 · Bowers Walk, E6 · Bracken Close, E6 · Bradley Stone Road, E6 · Bradymead, E6 · Bream Gardens, E6 · Brighton Road, E6 · Campion Close, E6 · Canterbury Close, E6 · Chardwell Close, E6 · Charlemont Road, E6 · Chetwood Walk, E6 · Chichester Close, E6 · Claps Gate Lane, E6 · Clapsgate Lane, E6 · Clayton Close, E6 · Collier Close, E6 · Columbine Avenue, E6 · Concorde Drive, E6 · County Road, E6 · Covelees Wall, E6 · Cow Leaze, E6 · Crayford Close, E6 · Dakota Gardens, E6 · Darwell Close, E6 · Derifall Close, E6 · Dewberry Gardens, E6 · Dove Approach, E6 · Downings, E6 · Dundonald Close, E6 · East Ham Manor Way, E6 · Eastbery Road, E6 · Eastbourne Road, E6 · Eastbury Road, E6 · Eastern Gateway Grade Separation bridge, E6 · Edwin Avenue, E6 · Eisenhower Drive, E6 · Elderberry Way, E6 · Eric Clarke Lane, E6 · Eric Clarke Lane, IG11 · Evelyn Denington Road, E6 · Ferndale Street, E6 · Firefly Gardens, E6 · Flanders Road, E6 · Fletcher Close, E6 · Folkestone Road, E6 · Frobisher Road, E6 · Garnet Walk, E6 · Glencairne Close, E16 · Goldcrest Close, E16 · Gooseley Lane, E6 · Greencroft Close, E6 · Greenway, E6 · Greenwich Cresent, E6 · Gresham Road, E6 · Guildford Road, E6 · Hale Road, E6 · Hallywell Crescent, E6 · Hallywell Cresent, E6 · Hameway, E6 · Harper Road, E6 · Harrier Way, E6 · Hartshorn Gardens, E6 · Henry Addlington Close, E6 · Hide, E6 · Hillcroft Road, E6 · Holyhead Close, E3 · Horse Leaze, E6 · Horseshoe Estate, E6 · Howard Road, E6 · Ireland Close, E6 · Iris Close, E6 · Jade Close, E16 · Johnstone Road, E6 · Kingfisher Street, E6 · Kingsford Way, E6 · Kirkham Road, E6 · Langton Avenue, E6 · Leamouth Road, E14 · Leamouth Road, E6 · Linton Gardens, E6 · Lion Road, E6 · Lobelia Close, E6 · London Industrial Park, E6 · Lovage Approach, E6 · Lymington Close, E6 · Magdalene Gardens, E6 · Manbrough Avenue, E6 · Maplecroft Close, E6 · Mary Rose Mall, E6 · Mathews Avenue, E6 · Mavis Walk, E6 · Mountfield Road, E6 · Neatscourt Road, E6 · Newark Knok, E6 · Nightingale Way, E6 · Norman Road, E6 · Oakes Close, E6 · Oliver Gardens, E6 · Opal Close, E16 · Osprey Close, E6 · Oxleas, E6 · Paul Robeson Close, E6 · Pearl Close, E6 · Pennyroyal Avenue, E6 · Pepper Close, E6 · Peverel, E6 · Porter Road, E6 · Redstart Close, E6 · Remington Road, E6 · Renfrew Close, E6 · Robin Crescent, E6 · Robson Close, E6 · Roding Road, E6 · Roman Road, E6 · Routh Street, E6 · Royal Docks Road, E6 · Royal Docks Road, IG11 · Sage Close, E6 · Saltley Close, E6 · Savage Gardens, E6 · Skipsey Avenue, E6 · Southchurch Road, E6 · St Albans Avenue, E6 · Stansfeld Road, E6 · Stonechat Square, E6 · Stonewall, E6 · Sudbury, E6 · Swallow Street, E6 · Swan Approach, E6 · Tansy Close, E6 · Telham Road, E6 · Thomas Cribb Mews, E6 · Tilbury Road, E6 · Tollgate Gardens, NW6 · Tollgate Road, E6 · Trader Road, E6 · Triumph Road, E6 · Tunnan Leys, E6 · Tynemouth Close, E6 · Tyrone Road, E6 · Valiant Way, E6 · Vicarage Lane, E6 · Viking Gardens, E6 · Viscount Drive, E6 · Wakerley Close, E6 · Warwall, E6 · Weaver Close, E6 · Wheatfields, E6 · White Horse Road, E6 · Whitings Way, E6 · Winsor Terrace, E6 · Wintergreen Close, E6 · Wolsey Avenue, E6 · Woodhatch Close, E6 · Woolwich Manor Way, E6 · Yarrow Crescent, E6 · Yeomans Close, SE27 · York Close, E6 ·


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