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June 23, 2018 7:55 PM London's knife crime epidemic continues as woman stabbed to death in her Greenwich garden

LONDON'S crime wave continues after a woman was found stabbed to death in her back garden in Greenwich. He has accepted responsibility for the dramatic increase of violence as the capital's crime commissioner, but blamed the rise on cuts to youth services. Mr Khan said: “I'm the Mayor of London, I'm the Police and Crime Commissioner - I accept responsibility 7

June 23, 2018 7:53 PM Greenwich murder: Man arrested after body found in garden

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman who was found dead in a back garden in south-east London. The woman, thought to be in her 50s, was discovered behind a house in Tunnel Avenue, Greenwich, at about 11:30 BST on Saturday. A Metropolitan Police spokesman said it appeared she had been stabbed and they were informing her next of kin. The arrested 6

June 23, 2018 4:33 PM Revealed: Brussels WON'T recognise hundreds of British job qualifications, including dance teachers, bouncers and gas engineers after no deal Brexit

EU bosses are planning to stop recognising UK qualifications for hundreds of UK jobs in a 'no-deal' Brexit scenario, it has emerged. The European Commission has said a directive which accepts qualifications for professions including dance teachers, doctors and gas engineers will no longer apply to British citizens if there is no withdrawal agreement 8

June 23, 2018 10:01 AM People’s vote campaigner SHUT DOWN over claims UK will be LESS sovereign after Brexit

A PEOPLE’S Vote campaigner who is marching in London today, was shut down during a Sky News interview after claiming that the UK will be one of the least sovereign countries in the world after Brexit. Femi Oluwole, a campaigner wanting a second Brexit vote, claimed the Brexit transitional period would leave the UK as one of the least sovereign countries 5

June 23, 2018 9:04 AM LONDON BLOODBATH: Harrow stabbing hours after Greenford death, Sadiq Khan under pressure

LONDON'S epidemic of violent crime took another victim today as a person was stabbed in Harrow - only hours after a man was found dead four miles away in Greenford. Emergency services were called to the scene in South Harrow this morning after receiving reports of a stabbing. Harrow Borough Police and the London Ambulance Service's paramedics are at the scene 10

June 23, 2018 12:28 AM HAMISH MCRAE: Airbus wouldn't get off the ground without Britain's help despite what bosses say about Brexit

That is a good rule of thumb when assessing any corporate action, and one worth applying to Airbus right now. Airbus’s frustration has been reflected in similar comments from business organisations such as the CBI and the London Chamber of Commerce – and certainly clarity on the future trading relationship with Europe is very much needed. But if you look at what Airbus 9

June 22, 2018 11:50 PM Doctors raise obesity fears over Costa Coffee with at least one of their outlets at nearly half of major hospitals

Doctors have raised health warnings over the prevalence of Costa coffee shops in hospitals. The chain, which serves sugary drinks alongside calorie-heavy cakes and snacks, has at least one outlet in two in five major hospitals in England and Wales. But this rises to two in three in London – with one hospital having four of the coffee shops on site. Experts 7

June 22, 2018 11:00 PM Fire at pub between London King's Cross and Euston stations sends dozens of drinkers fleeing into the streets as smoke pours into the sky

A huge blaze has broken out at a London pub sending drinkers running into the street. Half of the roof and 20 per cent of the first floor of the Somers Town Coffee House gastropub has been engulfed in flames. Ten fire engines and 72 firefighters were called to tackle the fire at the popular venue on Charlton Street between King's Cross and Euston stations 7

June 22, 2018 9:41 PM British-educated Malaysian tech boss is killed 'when his mobile phone explodes while charging next to his bed'

The British educated CEO of a venture capital firm was killed last week when his mobile phone exploded while charging next to his bed. Nazrin Hassan, chief of Malasia-based Cradle Fund was charging his BlackBerry and Huawei smartphones in his bedroom, according to reports online. It is believed his mattress caught fire after one of his smartphones exploded 12

June 22, 2018 5:42 PM Murray to continue comeback at Eastbourne

LONDON (AP) - Andy Murray will continue his comeback next week after asking for a wildcard into the pre-Wimbledon Eastbourne International event. The three-time Grand Slam champion returned after nearly a year out with hip problems when he played at the Queen's Club in London on Tuesday, losing to Australia's Nick Kyrgios. "I'm looking forward to getting 5