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• Woman sexually assaulted during rush hour on Bromley bus • Willesden man threatened to bomb the home of MP Charlotte Leslie after she voted for Syria air strikes • Fizz-ically sickening: Warning after horrifying champagne accident 

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Editor's ChoiceVIDEO: Gang of six chase boy before stabbing him and breaking his jaw in east London

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Editor's ChoiceCharlie Austin: QPR boss gives transfer update on striker's future

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Editor's ChoiceHaha! Teenage girl forced to call 999 for cringeworthy reason

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Woman sexually assaulted during rush hour on Bromley bus

A young woman was sexually assaulted as she travelled on a bus in Bromley, south-east London during morning rush hour.

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Willesden man threatened to bomb the home of MP Charlotte Leslie after she voted for Syria air strikes

A Muslim convert from Willesden threatened to bomb an MP’s house and “show her what it’s like to murder innocents” after she voted in favour of Syria air strikes.

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Fizz-ically sickening: Warning after horrifying champagne accident

A Londoner needed an emergency operation when he popped a champagne bottle - only for the cork to smash his glasses into his eye.

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Try out the PlayStation VR and other top tech at east London pop-up

A pop-up showcasing some of 2016’s most anticipated technology will open in Brick Lane on Wednesday.

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LATEST COMPETITIONS

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Win an Armani Exchange AX5406 Ladies watch

Babla’s Jewellers are delighted to giveaway this “Armani Exchange Ladies watch AX5406”. It has a 40mm sizeable case, three sub dials, crystal encrusted bezel and rose gold colour scheme, the Capistrano is a highly contemporary and cool watch.

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Win £100 of Amazon vouchers courtesy of Stansted Citylink

Win £100 of Amazon Vouchers to blow on the January sales courtesy of Stansted Citylink. An additional 20 winners will bag a pair of return tickets on the new, non- stop, direct coach service connecting London King’s Cross with Stansted Airport.

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Media Watch: Arsenal open striker talks and Chelsea eye Italian manager

The latest stories on the London clubs from around the web this morning.

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Full West Ham injury latest and predicted return dates for attacking stars

West Ham have endured a tough time of it with injuries in recent weeks with key men missing a large number of games.

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Arsenal star beats Manchester United and Leicester pair to Player of the Year gong

Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez has been named Player of the Year by the Football Supporters’ Federation.

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VIRAL VIDEO: Adele’s ‘Hello’ done by loads of Hollywood movie stars

This brilliant and perfectly timed video has Adele’s smash hit single ‘Hello’ spoken by movie stars and animated favourites. See how many films you can spot!

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TECHNOLOGY

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The best games this Christmas - for you or as a gift

2015 has turned out to be rather a good year for games. The current consoles are now into their stride with developers getting to grips with the hardware, with impressive results.

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Will ad-blocking spell doom for the free internet?

These words are entirely free. Well, as far as you’re concerned they are – you can read as many of them as you like without paying a single penny. This is, arguably, exactly the way the internet should be. Freely accessible to everyone, and full of interesting stuff to click and read. This, however, may be all about to change.

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QUIZZES

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Mega-hard football kit quiz! Name the forgotten strips

How much do you know about your football strips? Take our quiz to see here.

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LATEST ENTERTAINMENT

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Lord of the Rings AND The Hobbit marathon binge-watch in Leicester Square

What better way to bring in the New Year than to watch all the extended editions of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit back-to-back in a Leicester Square cinema? BRING IT TOLKEIN.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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VIDEO: Gang of six chase teen before stabbing him and breaking his jaw

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Leadenhall Street stabbing: Murder probe launched after young man dies from multiple stab wounds

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Sex attacker targets woman at Tulse Hill bus stop

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Reasons to love Leytonstone

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Woman sexually assaulted during rush hour on Bromley bus

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LONDON Weather forecast

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