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Image copyright PA Voting is under way to decide who will represent London’s 73 parliamentary seats. Londoners will decide the fate of hundreds of parliamentary candidates including the prime minister and leader of the Labour Party. Registered voters will be able to cast their ballots from 07:00 to 22:00 GMT. Labour represented 46 seats in […]

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Image caption Minicab drivers must sit mandatory exams to get a licence from Transport for London Minicab drivers in London will only be able to gain required qualifications at official centres after a cheating scandal was exposed by the BBC. Drivers could previously sit mandatory exams at Transport for London (TfL) centres or authorised private […]

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Unai Emery’s Arsenal are eight points adrift of the top four in the Premier League Arsenal have identified Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo as a potential replacement for Unai Emery if the Gunners decide to sack the Spaniard. Head coach Emery is under pressure after a winless run of six matches across all competitions. Arsenal […]

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Image copyright Getty Andrew Lloyd Webber has announced he is to join forces with ticket resellers Twickets in a bid to beat the touts. The theatrical grandee’s LW playhouses, which include The London Palladium the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, hope the move will bring “consumer-friendly ticket resale to the West End”. Fans have often found […]

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London blogger The Gentle Author has been photographing the changing face of London, focusing on what is known as “facadism”, the practice of destroying everything apart from the front wall and constructing a new building behind it. Here, we present a few pictures from the series and the story of the buildings that once stood. […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionActor Wendell Pierce apologised for the roof collapse Several people were injured in a roof collapse during a show at the Piccadilly Theatre in London’s West End. The venue in Denman Street was packed for a performance of the Arthur Miller play Death of a Salesman. Screaming […]

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Image copyright Thruvision Image caption The scanners reveal hidden objects that block body heat Body scanners used to screen passengers for hidden explosives and weapons are being used for the first time at a London railway station. A Home Office sponsored five-day trial has started at Stratford station, east London. Portable scanners are being used […]

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Mako Vunipola is expected to be out for around 10 days Mako Vunipola is set to miss England’s final Rugby World Cup warm-up game against Italy with a hamstring injury. The prop suffered a small tissue tear against Ireland, shortly after making his long-awaited comeback from another hamstring problem. He is only expected to be […]

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