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37 min ago | Sutton Guardian

Proposal to close hospital's mental health services and cut beds

Health bosses want to close mental health services at Queen Mary's Hospital, which treats 500 patients a year, and reduce inpatient beds across south-west London by 10 per cent.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

News Shopper

Double Downham emergency - launderette fire follows crash on same road

A man was rushed to hospital last night after a crash in Bromley Road, Downham, just hours before a fire tore through a launderette on the same stretch.

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Croydon Guardian

Former Welsh rugby international guilty of assault of glamour model at Dane Bowers home

A Welsh international rugby player has been convicted of assaulting his glamour model ex-girlfriend at the home she shares with fiancA© Dane Bowers.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Why Bradley Cooper pulled shift at Burger King

The actor practiced his cooking skills Sunday at London's Leicester Square branch of Burger King, according to WENN.

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Erith teenager Kyle Rich was under influence of ecstasy before road death

A teenager was killed by a Range Rover in Crayford after "running into the road" while under the influence of a large amount of ecstasy, an inquest heard this morning .

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Viking FM

London's Gherkin 'Could Fetch 650m' In Sale

The 40-storey skyscraper - officially called 30 St Mary Axe - was designed by Lord Foster and opened in the City of London in 2004, and includes an atmospheric top-floor bar.

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Salisbury Journal

Ads targeted in web piracy campaign

Users will be warned that a site is under criminal investigation in a "pop-up" banner police message replacing legitimate paid-for advertising on sites suspected of offering copyright-infringing content.

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WTOP-FM Washington

Lonely Londoners looking to open up to strangers

It's a typical urban routine: Sit on the subway, headphones in, fiddling with the smartphone to avoid eye contact with fellow passengers.

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Newham Recorder

Man in court charged with cemetery murder at Manor Park

Police on the scene of a murder investigation at City of London Cemetery and Crematorium in Manor Park, Newham after a man was found with an injury to his neck.

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Guardian-series.co.uk

Man charged in connection with shopkeeper killing case

Police have charged a seventh man in connection with the death of a businessman killed trying to defend his livelihood.

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This is Local London

Community calls for police action following stabbing

Police were called to Higham Hill Road in Walthamstow at around 11pm after a 20-year-old shop worker was stabbed in the lower back at the junction with Gloucester Road.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

This is Local London

Uxbridge, Hillingdon and Ruislip in eye of storm: two women rescued from stranded car

FIRE crews were called to a number of flood-related incidents in Ruislip, Hillingdon and Northolt after heavy rain this morning.

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This is Local London

Pupils make anti-drugs film

Farin Somani, who lives in Edgware, has been working to produce an anti-drugs documentary with the help of charity Kids Count.

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Nashville actor Sam Palladio's southern US accent was made in Sidcup

Adopting a convincing southern American accent for a major US TV series would be intimidating for some, but not if you've studied in Sidcup.

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Croydon Guardian

Passengers urged to plan an alternative route due to London Bridge station rebuild

Passengers will not be able to travel from East Croydon to London Bridge for nine days next month due to Network Rail plans to completely redevelop London Bridge station.

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Romsey Advertiser

Cancer cash fraud woman faces jail

An NHS worker is facing jail over a fraud that saw hundreds of thousands of pounds meant for vital cancer drugs fleeced from a world renowned hospital and used on shopping sprees and mortgage payments.

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Hillingdon Times

Fire crews called to blaze in West Drayton - residents of flats escape

SIX fire engines and 35 crew members dealt with a fire in a flat at Park Lodge Avenue, West Drayton, this morning.

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Messenger Newspapers

Travel disruption amid flash floods

The Met Office issued a severe weather warning today for the south-east of England as almost half a month's worth of rain fell in an hour in some places.

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Basingstoke Gazette

Alresford woman whose babies drowned in bath sentenced for heroin offences

A WOMAN whose two children drowned in the bath in Alresford 15 years ago has been punished for being involved in the supply of heroin.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

Mirror.co.uk

World War 1 battle buses went from the streets of London to the Western Front

The buses and their drivers transported troops to the frontline as well as acting as ambulances, ammunition lorries and even as carrier pigeon lofts Few would add a cheery London bus with a Victoria Station sign, adverts for Pears soap and our own Daily Mirror to the picture but, incredibly, more than 1,000 were there in the mire.

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