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Brexit: Barnier staying is a good sign, says Northern Ireland Secretary
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Giant inflatable Borat floats down London's Thames to mark release of new film
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Protesters march through London calling for end to lockdown 'tyranny'
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Niall Horan to perform special gig at the Royal Albert Hall
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Musician Arlo Parks finds inspiration in lockdown
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Chief EU Negotiator Bariner leaves London after talks
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Barnier greeted by 'Trump' as he arrives for Brexit talks
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Michel Barnier arrives in London for 'intensive' Brexit talks
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Michel Barnier arrives in London for Brexit talks
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CCTV of alleged people-smuggling trip before 39 found dead
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Naomie Harris left 'petrified' by stalker ordeal
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53 arrests and £63,000 cash seized during London drug sting
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Two dead in suspected gas explosion in west London
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Two dead after gas explosion in west London
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Nigerian protesters march on Downing Street
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William highlights impact of Covid on cancer treatment
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Hospitality workers urge Government to provide more financial support amid tougher Covid-19 sanctions
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Ranveer Singh and Rohit Shetty to reunite for Cirkus, Ajay Devgn will not be a part of Adipurush
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Michael Gove leaves door ‘ajar’ for post-Brexit trade talks with EU
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Anti-lockdown protestors descend on London
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Anti-lockdown campaigners compare Covid-19 to 'man flu'
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Last orders in London as tighter lockdown hits
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Piers Corbyn protests against 10pm curfew in London
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Mourinho coy on Bale, has another dig at Wenger over book
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Tyson Fury to fight on 5 December in LondonBritain's WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says he will fight in December against an opponent who will be named "very, very soon".
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European shares fall for third consecutive dayEuropean shares fell for a third straight session on Wednesday, as losses in healthcare and construction stocks countered a lift from encouraging earnings from consumer giant Nestle and telecoms..
Two dead in suspected gas explosion in west LondonTwo people have died after a suspected gas explosion at a shop underneath flats in west London. London Fire Brigade (LFB) were called to the scene on King Street, Southall on Wednesday morning and used..
EU to U.K. on Brexit Talks: ‘You Can’t Have Cake, Eat It Too’The European Union took a defiant tone on Wednesday as the standoff over resuming post-Brexit trade negotiations with the United Kingdom intensified, telling London that “you cannot have your cake..
Tony Lewis: UK singer whose band The Outfield made it big in US, diesThe London-born frontman and his power-pop band The Outfield scored a major 80s hit with Your Love.
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Covid: London 10pm curfew should be scrapped, mayor saysSadiq Khan says the 10pm curfew "does not make sense" and puts hospitality venues at risk.
London's Hackney Council systems still paralysed after hack attackHackney Council's services are still in disarray a week after it was hit by a cyber attack.
Harlesden shooting: Reward to help convict people who shot toddlerThe two-year-old was shot in the head while in a car with his mother in north-west London.
Euronext fixes tech glitch that froze morning tradingSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City LONDON (Reuters) – Exchange operator Euronext said trading would resume on Monday after..
Confirmed coronavirus cases top 40 million worldwideLONDON — The number of confirmed coronavirus cases across the planet now exceeds 40 million. The milestone was passed early Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University, which collates reporting..
UK tells EU: door is ajar so come to us with a few Brexit concessionsLONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants the European Union to come forward with relatively small concessions on Brexit...
Could cold water hold a clue to a dementia cure?Swimmers at a London lido aid understanding of what cold does to the body.
Man arrested over leak of Kim Darroch cables criticising TrumpSuspect believed to be civil servant at UK’s Department for International Trade A man has been arrested in connection with the leak of highly sensitive cables sent to London by the UK ambassador to..
European cities impose new lockdowns to tamp down COVID-19CBS News senior foreign affairs correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from London on the global impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: The team spreading kindness 'in a dark time'The Kindness Offensive has been spreading positivity with kind and generous acts in London for 12 years.
The best shots from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year AwardsSome of the rarest creatures on the planet have been captured by some of the world's greatest photographers. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards were just handed out in London, announced by..
Anthony Joshua v Kubrat Pulev: British heavyweight world champion to defend titles on 12 DecemberWorld heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua will defend his IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO titles against Kubrat Pulev on 12 December at The O2 in London.
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Covid: Southall wedding venue hosts 100-guest receptionThe owner of the venue in west London faces a possible £10,000 fine for breaching coronavirus rules.
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Are London’s bridges deteriorating?Hammersmith Bridge shut in August after cracks worsened and there are worries about other bridges.
EU’s 27 states must be ‘unified’ as Brexit trade talks in ‘critical’ stage – EU ministersEuropean ministers have fired warning shots at London ahead of crunch Brexit talks in Brussels this week. Germany sees this period as ‘critical’, while France has called for unity among the 27..
Covid: London restrictions could increase 'within a week'London is currently classed as Tier One, the lowest level, and subject to national lockdown rules.
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