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Iran plane crash: Tributes to three British nationals killed

Image copyright Facebook/LinkedIn Image caption Mohammed Reza Kadkhoda Zadeh, Sam Zokaei and Saeed Tahmasebi were all on board Tributes have been paid to three British nationals who died when a Ukrainian plane crashed in Iran. Mohammed Reza Kadkhoda Zadeh, who owned a dry cleaners, BP engineer Sam Zokaei and...

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Arsenal 2-0 Man Utd: Gunners secure first win under Mikel Arteta

Nicolas Pepe scored his fifth goal of the season and also hit the post before he was substituted Mikel Arteta earned his first win as Arsenal boss as the Gunners produced a powerful first-half performance to beat a lacklustre Manchester United. The visitors, who were without the injured Paul...

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London’s City Hall provides Christmas meals for homeless

Image caption Sadiq Khan helped serve 100 Christmas Dinners to guests at City Hall Christmas dinners have been served to Londoners who are reliant on the city’s homelessness services. Hairdressers and opticians were also made available at City Hall before guests were given a three-course meal. Last year, 8,855...

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Victoria station ‘at a standstill’ after signal failure

Image copyright @BROOMBY/Twitter Image caption A signal failure near East Croydon has been blamed for the travel chaos London Victoria is “at a standstill” because of a “major signal failure” during rush-hour. Part of the station, the country’s second busiest, is currently closed due to overcrowding fears. Services are...

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Naturalist and presenter David Bellamy dies at 86

Image copyright PA Media Image caption Conservationist David Bellamy died on Wednesday, the foundation he formed said Naturalist and broadcaster David Bellamy has died aged 86, the Conservation Foundation he formed says. London-born Bellamy, who became a household name as a TV personality, scientist and conservationist, died on Wednesday,...

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Jaden Moodie: Accused killer ‘carried knife for safety’

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Jaden Moodie was allegedly dealing drugs for a gang when he was targeted by a group of men A man accused of murdering a 14-year-old boy sold drugs for a London gang so he could “survive”, and would carry a knife for “safety”,...

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‘Tube saviour’ hopes her story can inspire others

Image copyright Asma Shuweikh Image caption Asma Shuweikh said she hopes her story can inspire others to “come together” A woman who was praised for intervening to stop anti-Semitic abuse said she hopes her story can inspire others. Asma Shuweikh, was reunited with the father of the family that...

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West Midlands Trains: Apology over rail delay claim rise

Image caption Passenger Jo Martyr said her journeys between Birmingham and Worcester were “anxiety inducing” The number of compensation claims from West Midlands Trains passengers is currently 10 times higher than average, the BBC has learnt. Figures show 32,000 Delay Repay claims were made in the last month, with...

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City watchdog slams own staff’s ‘shameful’ toilet habits

Image copyright Financial Conduct Authority Image caption It looks nicer on the outside than on the inside, apparently City of London regulators tasked with mucking out the financial stables have been making a “shameful” mess of their own, it has emerged. Financial Conduct Authority staff have been upbraided for...

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Saracens have ‘put rugby union in a dangerous place’, says ex-England captain Chris Robshaw

Chris Robshaw (right) and his Harlequins side finished fifth in the Premiership table last season, 22 points behind Saracens in second spot Saracens have put rugby union “in a very dangerous place” after they were found to breach salary cap rules, says ex-England captain Chris Robshaw. The Premiership champions...

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