Aubrey Place, NW8

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Post by LDNnews: Ruislip
Man dies after struggle in east London shop following police chase
IPCC investigating incident in which 20-year-old allegedly seen trying to swallow an object before being taken illA 20-year-old man has died after being chased and apprehended by police in east London.The man, named locally as Rashan Charles, was allegedly seen trying to swallow an object before being taken ill, and was pronounced dead in a hospital a short time later. Continue reading...
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Grenfell and a Tory-run council not fit for purpose | Letters
Kensington and Chelsea Lib Dem councillor Linda Wade calls for a cross-party committee system in the boroughThe meeting last Wednesday night (Fire survivors call on council leader to quit during chaotic town hall meeting, 20 July) demonstrated how out of touch the Conservative administration of the council is with the realities of life for many in one of the richest boroughs in the world. It also highlighted the disadvantages of a majority group that has been in power for too long. Cllr Elizabeth Campbell stated that there would be radical change, but instead voted in a new leadership team which is a cabinet in all but name.We, as the Liberal Democrats, could not vote for Cllr Campbell for leader and wrote to Sajid Javid, the secretary of state for communities and local government, requesting that commissioners took over the administration, as we feel that this council is not fit for purpose. Continue reading...
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Post by LDNnews: Charing Cross
Owen Jones leads unseat Boris Johnson rally in Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency
Activist Owen Jones has led a rally aimed at unseating Boris Johnson in his west London constituency.
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Post by LDNnews: Elverson Road
12 men are wanted by police after a section of Millwall fans invaded the pitch and caused trouble at Wembley
Police have released images of 12 men believed to be Millwall fans involved in a pitch invasion and taunting of rival supporters and players at Wembley.
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Post by LDNnews: Chalk Farm
Spike in London flights as wealthy shoppers eye luxury goods made cheaper by Brexit
Demand for flights to London is soaring as wealthy shoppers eye luxury goods made cheaper by the Brexit-hit pound.
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Post by LDNnews: Canons Park
12 men are wanted by police after a section of Millwall fans invaded the pitch and caused trouble at Wembley
Police have released images of 12 men believed to be Millwall fans involved in a pitch invasion and taunting of rival supporters and players at Wembley.
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Post by LDNnews: Cannon Street
Arsene Wenger hopes Arsenal's young stars will learn from crushing Chelsea defeat
Arsene Wenger is hopeful his younger Arsenal players will have benefited from playing against Chelsea on Saturday - even though they were beaten 3-0 in Beijing.
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Ordnance Survey of the London region (1939) FREE DOWNLOAD
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