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Heathrow horror / Walls that wee back / Kentish Town sex attack / Spurs stadium decision

• Sex attacker assaults woman he ‘dragged into Kentish Town garden’ • Decision made on Tottenham’s new £400m 61,000-seater stadium • c2c permanently cancel rush hour Barking and West Ham trains due to overcrowding 

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Sex attacker assaults woman he ‘dragged into Kentish Town garden’

A woman was pushed up against a van and sexually assaulted before being dragged into a garden off Kentish Town Road where the ordeal continued, police said.

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Decision made on Tottenham’s new £400m 61,000-seater stadium

Tottenham have been granted planning permission by Haringey Council for the club’s revised proposal for a new stadium.

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c2c permanently cancel rush hour Barking and West Ham trains due to overcrowding

Train operator c2c is cancelling peak-time services through Barking and West Ham to avoid huge overcrowding.

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Genuine lion’s head found in Haringey

Police officers found a variety of exotic and potentially illegal animal items when they raided a property in Haringey today - including a stuffed lion’s head.

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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 a private capsule on the London Eye for you and 15 friends

This festive season the Coca-Cola London Eye has been transformed into a unique winter setting and a must-visit destination, as Frostival returns for its third consecutive year with a range of Christmas shaped fun.

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West Ham keeper is still numero uno

Hammers’ Spanish stopper is a match for Butland

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Decision made on Tottenham’s new £400m 61,000-seater stadium

Tottenham have been granted planning permission by Haringey Council for the club’s revised proposal for a new stadium.

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‘He is listed’ Underrated Chelsea star confirmed to be available in January

French club St Etienne are interested in signing Loic Remy in January as he becomes available for loan.

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Calais migrants charging visitors to see Banksy mural

Migrants in Calais have started charging people to view a mural by elusive street artist Banksy of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

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Fed up Siberian voters want Barsik the cat as city Mayor

Barsik, who is a cat, won a landslide victory in a social media poll asking locals in the Siberian city of Barnaul who they want as their next Mayor.

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The best Bluetooth speakers to buy this Xmas

You might have a stunning hi-fi in your living room, but what happens if you want great quality sound that you can easily carry around? What you need is a Bluetooth speaker, and Alphr.com has reviewed five of the best.

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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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QUIZ: How well do you remember Jose Mourinho’s time at Chelsea?

Jose Mourinho’s two spells at Chelsea have been far from quiet but how much do you remember about what the special one said, did and signed? Take our tricky 10 questions and find out.

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LATEST ENTERTAINMENT

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Review: Theatreland’s Murakami deserves starring role

If you’re after a stylish and modern Japanese restaurant in the heart of Theatreland, Murakami is sure to take centre stage.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Man ‘stabs himself in head and neck’ in Heathrow T5 departure lounge

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Sex attacker assaults woman he ‘dragged into Kentish Town garden’

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Urine trouble mate! There are walls in Hackney that wee back at you

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Woman raped after asking three teens for directions in central London

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Genuine lion’s head found in Haringey

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