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Image copyright Walton/YouTube Image caption Stephen Morris, pictured playing his violin, said losing it was like “having my arm cut off” A violinist says he is “devastated” after leaving his 310-year-old instrument worth £250,000 on a train. Stephen Morris had been on the London to Orpington service on Tuesday night, and got out at Penge […]

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Image copyright Thinkstock Police have made “numerous arrests” for public disorder amid chaotic scenes after a concert headlined by acts including Stormzy and Liam Payne. Officers attended several small-scale incidents after the KISS Haunted House Party at Wembley Arena. A number of arrests were made for causing disorder, and order has now been restored to […]

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Mousset scored on his first Premier League start for Sheffield United Sheffield United claimed a stunning win over Arsenal to move into the top half of the Premier League. Lys Mousset marked his first start for the Blades with the decisive goal in the first half, turning in Jack O’Connell’s knockdown from close range. Arsenal’s […]

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Image copyright Conservative Party Image caption Mark Field said his beliefs “stand at odds with the current administration’s impatient approach to getting Brexit done” A Conservative MP has said he will stand down at the next election due to disagreements over Brexit. Mark Field, MP for Cities of London and Westminster, said his beliefs “stand […]

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Oxford and Cambridge universities have been criticised for the lack of students from black and minority ethnic backgrounds. Both institutions are now admitting more non-white students. Oxford has this year reported a record proportion of students from ethnic minorities, but black students form a small minority. Skai Campbell, from south-east London, recently got into Oxford […]

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Image copyright Winston Trew Image caption Winston Trew said his life fell apart after he served eight months in prison Two men who say they were framed by a detective nearly 50 years ago have had their cases referred to the Court of Appeal. Winston Trew and Sterling Christie were among a group – known […]

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As Donna Heuerman looks out of her window every morning, she sees row upon row of bricks lined up in her garden. They’ve been left there by her son Jonjo – but while most mothers would be frustrated, Donna couldn’t be prouder. The bricks are evidence of her son’s determination to help other people. “He […]

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The borough of Haringey in north London has one of the highest rates of knife crime in the capital. The BBC’s Clive Myrie hears from community members – including teachers, a retired policewoman, a bus driver and a social worker – about their experiences and perceptions of knife crime. blocked drains East Grinstead Source link

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