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Image copyright Gloucestershire Police Image caption Carl Beech was jailed for 18 years after making false claims of abuse The Met Police has been criticised by a watchdog for waiting three years to act on a damning review of its probe into a Westminster paedophile ring. Operation Midland – sparked by false claims made by […]

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If you’ve travelled on the London Underground you’ll know how hot it can get. But what if the stifling air could be put to good use? At Islington’s derelict City Road station, a huge fan extracts warm air from the Northern Line tunnels and sends it to an energy centre above ground. It is used […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Little or no services are expected on the Bakerloo Line over four days Passengers have been warned to avoid using a busy London Underground line for four days while train drivers take part in two 24-hour strikes. Bakerloo Line drivers will walk out from 11:59 GMT and at midday […]

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WSL: Liverpool 2-3 Arsenal highlights Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema scored her 15th and 16th goals of the Women’s Super League season to help earn the Gunners a gripping 3-2 win at relegation-threatened Liverpool. The Netherlands star poked the visitors level after Rinsola Babajide had slotted Liverpool in to an early lead. England’s Jordan Nobbs headed […]

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Image copyright Siemens/ PA Image caption A proposed design for an HS2 train Sajid Javid has decided to throw his support behind HS2 ahead of a key meeting with Boris Johnson later. The chancellor is expected to tell the PM he supports the controversial London to Birmingham rail link after studying Treasury analysis of its […]

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Nigel Wray says his intention was to “support players beyond their playing careers” Saracens owner Nigel Wray has apologised for the “ill-considered approach” to salary cap compliance which led to Saracens’ relegation. Premiership Rugby (PRL) released the Saracens report on Thursday. Wray took “full responsibility” for failing to consult the league’s salary cap manager before […]

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Image copyright PA Image caption The report calls for a zero-tolerance approach to criminals The number of people cautioned or convicted for carrying knives in England and Wales has reached record levels, Ministry of Justice data shows. There were 14,135 offences in the year to September 2019 – the most since the data was first […]

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