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It may sound like a joke, but for Indran Sivarajah, who experienced a near miss three years ago, it was no laughing matter.
4 hrs ago | Oxford Times
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne walks along The Strand, central London, on his way to visit a branch of Lloyds TSB The Treasury is "actively considering" steps to return partially state-owned Lloyds Bank to the private sector, and may offer some shares to the public, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced.
5 hrs ago | Football.co.uk
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has insisted he is going nowhere after the resignation of managing director Derek Llambias plunged the club into fresh chaos.
5 hrs ago | West Sussex Today
A man from Haywards Heath suffered minor injuries in a three vehicle fatal collision at Uckfield on Saturday .
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Bankers found guilty of "reckless misconduct" in Britain could end up in prison and be stripped of bonuses, under draconian proposals on Wednesday to clean up London's scandal-hit financial sector.
13 hrs ago | Sutton Guardian
The water company for Sutton, Morden, Epsom and Croydon says they are going to run out of water in the next 25 years due to population growth and climate change.
AN ORPINGTON man has been jailed for three years following a series of "violent attacks" involving knives on trains across south London.
London's 122 Leadenhall Street is shown under construction on March 5. Once complete it will be London's second-tallest building.
The brother of former Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha has been evicted from his flat after a string of accusations about anti-social behaviour, including threatening a housing warden with a hammer.
That appears to be true, at least, for British luxury brand Burberry, which showcased its latest menswear designs in London on Tuesday after a decade in Milan.
The 5th Petts Wood Scout Group got the week off to a flying start by helping in a litter pick and 'walkways and pathways clean up' in Petts Wood.
Charles Saatchi told a London newspaper Tuesday that he went to police voluntarily over an incident in which he grabbed his wife, celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, by the throat to avoid it "hanging over all of us for months."
A former City trader has been charged in connection with the investigation by the Serious Fraud Office into the manipulation of the Libor interbank lending rate.
Britain's Serious Fraud Office has charged a former trader with conspiracy to defraud in the rigging of a benchmark interest rate.
Leaders from eight of the world's wealthiest countries spent the final hours of their summit Tuesday focusing how to make sure that multinational companies can no longer rely on shelters and loopholes to avoid paying the tax they owe.
A legal observer "kettled" during a demonstration against Government cuts has won a High Court declaration that police acted unlawfully when they filmed her and required the handover of personal information before letting her go.
According to the Post Office, up to 16million people have either never used the internet of have limited internet skills.
Three more women and two men managed to escape the blaze in Purrett Road and were taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service.