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West Ham United Women 2-1 Brighton & Hove Albion Women Alisha Lehmann grabbed a late double as eighth-placed West Ham came from behind to beat Brighton in the Women’s Super League. Danique Kerkdijk had given the visitors the lead in the 24th minute, the referee’s assistant ruling the ball had crossed the line after a […]

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Image copyright Met Police Image caption Leo Marcus suffered 14 separate injuries during the attack in July last year A man has been jailed for life for robbing and murdering a drugs courier in south-east London. Drug dealer Shackim Purnell-Taylor stabbed 22-year-old Leo Marcus in the heart during the attack in Woolwich on 10 July […]

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Image copyright Family handout Image caption Shante Turay-Thomas fell ill at her family home after eating something containing hazelnuts A teenager with a severe nut allergy died following a combination of human and system error, a coroner has ruled. Shante Turay-Thomas died after she had a severe reaction to eating a hazelnut. The inquest heard […]

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Tom Lockyer has not scored since joining Charlton from Bristol Rovers last summer West Bromwich Albion reclaimed top spot in the Championship despite twice being pegged back by Charlton Athletic at The Valley. Kenneth Zohore put the Baggies ahead with a fine individual effort but the Addicks levelled with Josh Davison’s first professional strike. Albion […]

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Kane is irreplaceable – Mourinho Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been ruled out until April after the club said he needs surgery on a hamstring injury. Kane, 26, suffered the injury during Tottenham’s defeat at Southampton on New Year’s Day. No timescale was originally given on the England captain’s return but Spurs now say specialists […]

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Image copyright The Fourth Plinth Commission Image caption THE END will go on display on 26 March A giant swirl of replica whipped cream topped with a cherry, a fly and a drone is set to appear in central London for the next year two years. Heather Phillipson’s sculpture, titled THE END, will be unveiled […]

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Image copyright PA Media Ethical veganism is a “philosophical belief” and so is protected in law, a tribunal has ruled for the first time. The case was brought by vegan Jordi Casamitjana, who claims he was sacked by the League Against Cruel Sports because of his ethical veganism. His former employer says he was dismissed […]

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After 30 years of being together, Rob Collingbourne and Ann Bodkin are officially civil partners. The ceremony at Southwark Register Office was one of the first mixed-sex civil partnerships to be held in London. The new status for mixed-sex couples allows them to formalise their relationship without getting married. Introduced for same-sex couples in 2005, […]

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