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Image caption Security cameras are placed outside King’s Cross station A key investor in London’s King’s Cross development has told the BBC that it is trying to find out more detail about how facial recognition is being used in the area. The BT Pension Scheme (BTPS) bankrolled the site alongside an Australian fund, which owns […]

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Luminary Bakery, on a quiet north-east London backstreet, is not your typical café. Behind the cakes and sourdough loaves is a thriving social enterprise aimed at helping women from disadvantaged backgrounds get their lives back on track. This motive inspired The Duchess of Sussex to include the bakery in Vogue when she was a guest […]

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QPR called for a tougher stance against racism following the alleged incidents in their under-18 team’s game against AD Nervion Fifa say they will investigate any allegations of racist abuse suffered by QPR’s under-18 players if they receive a complaint about the incident. Coach Paul Furlong instructed his team to leave the field during a […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption Police officers were called to Munster Square in Camden on Monday evening A 16-year-old boy has been stabbed to death in north-west London. Police officers and the London Ambulance Service were called to Munster Square in Camden at about 23:10 BST on Monday. Scotland Yard said the victim was […]

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Image copyright Getty Images In the words of the film, everything appears to be “awesome” in the world of Lego as it expands its empire by snapping up Legoland and Madame Tussauds owner Merlin Entertainments The Danish billionaire family that controls the Lego toy firm, with other investors, is paying £4.8bn for Merlin. Kirkbi Invest […]

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British Transport Police statistics reveal an 80% increase in reports of thefts on the Tube in the last three years. dishwasher repairs Bourne End Source link

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Image copyright PA wire Jeremy Hunt has urged Tory leadership rival Boris Johnson not to be “a coward” about facing public scrutiny. He said he was “not interested” in Mr Johnson’s private life but told him to “man up” and debate with him on Sky News this week. Mr Johnson, writing in the Daily Telegraph, […]

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Image copyright PA Image caption The Empire Windrush ship brought the first West Indies immigrants to Britain in the 1950s London’s Waterloo Station is to house a monument to the Windrush generation, the prime minister has announced. Theresa May said the monument would be seen by “millions of people from all around the world” every […]

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Joe Denly spent most of the early summer at the IPL and with England Specsavers County Championship Division One, Tunbridge Wells (day three) Kent 309 & 277-3: Denly 111*, Bell-Drummond 79; Pattinson 2-67 Nottinghamshire 267: Nash 67, Patel 52; Milnes 5-68 Kent (6 pts) lead Notts (5 pts) by 319 runs Match scorecard England batsman […]

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Image copyright PA Image caption The RMT will resume strike action after suspending it in February Rail commuters on some of the country’s busiest routes are facing disruption due to a planned five-day strike over the future of train guards. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) plan to walk out on Tuesday […]

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