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Image copyright Penny Creed Image caption Residents had commissioned artists to create “drug dealers only” parking spaces to highlight the crime problem in the area Drug dealers who were exposed when disgruntled residents put up fake street signs have been jailed. The east London residents commissioned artists to create “drug dealers only” parking spaces and […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption Only 41 of the 353 councils who returned figures to central government reported a loss on their parking operations Councils in England made a total of £930m from parking fines in a year, figures show. The record figure during the last financial year is a 7% increase on 2017-18, […]

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Three-year-old Alfie Lamb was fatally crushed by a car seat pushed back by his mother’s boyfriend who was angered by the boy’s crying. “Manipulative” Stephen Waterson, 26, inflicted irreversible brain injuries on Alfie in 2018. Waterson initially denied manslaughter but changed his plea to guilty. He was sentenced to seven years and six months in […]

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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Zia Uddin kept condoms in the control room where he sexually assaulted the girls A Primark security guard has been found guilty of sexually assaulting teenage girls he accused of shoplifting. Zia Uddin, 27, from east London, attacked four 15-year-old girls while working at the Kingston store in 2017. […]

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Aleksandar Mitrovic is the Championship’s top scorer this season – but he has not scored on either of his two previous trips to St Andrew’s with Newcastle United and Fulham Follow Saturday’s EFL action from 12:15 GMT Birmingham City are without captain Harlee Dean for the visit of Fulham as he starts his three-match ban […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Extinction Rebellion protests continued in London following the city-wide ban A police ban on Extinction Rebellion protests in London last month was unlawful, High Court judges have ruled. The Metropolitan Police imposed the ban, which prevented two or more people from the group taking part in protests, under the […]

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Image caption Campaigners want this design built in London to honour the memory of slavery victims The government is being urged to fund a memorial to remember the victims of the Transatlantic slave trade. The charity Memorial 2007 has planning permission for a sculpture in London’s Hyde Park, but has been unable to raise £4m […]

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Image copyright Reuters Image caption Huge waves batter the breakwater in Lyme Regis harbour in Dorset All passenger services into and out of Dover have been suspended because of high winds. It comes as the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for wind along the South East and East coast. Ferry operators DFDS and […]

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