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Sian Blake’s partner has been arrested on suspicion of the murders of the ex-EastEnders actress and their two children, police have said.

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Young whizzkids from London and the South East competed with Lego robots to find smart ways to solve the world’s ‘trash’ problems.

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A-level pupils in London’s deprived East End are getting university mentors from the LSE to help improve their study techniques and learn about life in higher education.

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Lone protester sees off Tracey Emin’s bid to demolish Spitalfields 1920s architecture

A lone protester tonight saw off Artist Tracey Emin’s plans to knock down a listed 1920s building in a historic conservation area of London’s East End.

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Tracey Emin facing battle over plans to demolish 1920s architecture at Spitalfiields

Artist Tracey Emin’s plans to knock down a listed 1920s building to erect a modern five-storey studio complex in London’s East End is facing rejection tonight at a local authority planning meeting.

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