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Scary Tube 'crush' / Heathrow pilot ill after laser attack / Mum strangled in front of tot

• Pilot falls ill and Heathrow plane turns back after laser beamed into cockpit • Police called to Plaistow station after frustrated passengers ‘refuse to get off train’ • Shocking attack on woman in Valentines Park 

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Editor's ChoiceFreezing weather: Below zero temperatures continue in London

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Editor's ChoiceHorror: Belsize Park mother robbed and strangled in front of toddler

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Editor's ChoiceTerrifying: Passengers 'crushed' in Victoria Line mayhem this morning at Seven Sisters

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Pilot falls ill and Heathrow plane turns back after laser beamed into cockpit

A plane travelling to New York was forced to turn back to Heathrow Airport after a laser was beamed into the cockpit.

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Police called to Plaistow station after frustrated passengers ‘refuse to get off train’

The Hammersmith and City Line has severe delays and was suspended between Barking and Moorgate after frustrated passengers reportedly refused to get off an out of service train.

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Shocking attack on woman in Valentines Park

A woman was dragged to the ground in a terrifying attack in Valentines Park, Ilford, on Valentine’s Day.

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Missing girl, 12, from Queen’s Park is found safe and sound

A 12-year-old schoolgirl who went missing from Queen’s Park has been found safe and sound.

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LATEST COMPETITIONS

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Two couples will win an exclusive Champagne experience at the London Eye

The Coca-Cola London Eye is the perfect destination for lovebirds, offering a range of romantic experiences for all couples.

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Win a Sony Smart Ultra HD 55” LED TV

Enjoy the ultimate entertainment experience in your living room with the Sony Smart Ultra 55’’ LED TV. Be the envy of all your friends with this huge TV- you can change your living room into your own cinema! Get the boys around to watch the football or get the girls around to watch the DVD of 50 Shades.. this is a prize that everyone would enjoy! Stand a chance to upgrade your current entertainment system by wining this fantastic prize.

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Premier League fixtures: Do Arsenal or Tottenham have the easier title run in?

Arsenal and Spurs enjoyed stunning late wins on Sunday afternoon to keep their title bids on track but where are they likely to slip up in the last 12 games? We’ve analysed the fixtures.

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Media Watch: Arsenal set for midfielder talks and Manchester United plot Chelsea raid

Read all the latest stories involving London’s clubs from this morning’s back pages.

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Guus Hiddink explains PSG’s significant advantage ahead of Champions League clash

Guus Hiddink has called for Premier League matches to take place on Friday nights to give English sides the best chance of Champions League glory.

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AROUND THE WEB

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Man ‘robbed burger bar with an alligator’

Alligators have been used as shoes, briefcases, university mascots, lunch and now, authorities say, a deadly weapon.

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PICTURE: Heartwarming moment shows commuters can care

Most of us like to keep our heads down on public transport, but one passenger on Vancouver’s SkyTrain system went above and beyond in a touching show of public compassion.

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TECHNOLOGY

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Dropping your phone doesn’t have to spell disaster with the right protection.

Check out our round-up of the latest cases on the market!

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Review: Microsoft Display Dock – Transform your smartphone into a desktop PC.

Microsoft’s £80 adapter turns its Lumia 950 and 950XL phones into tiny, low-powered desktop PCs

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QUIZZES

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GAME: Try our trendy London pop-up generator!

Are you at a loss as to where to go out this weekend? Or are you a PR intern desperately reaching for fresh ideas before your boss comes back from a boozy client lunch?

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LATEST ENTERTAINMENT

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Revenge porn, sex booths and ‘muddled feminism’: Clickbait at Theatre503

A 19-year-old Londoner is filmed having a sex crazed, drunken night in Ibiza and gets home to a Facebook message threatening to release the footage online. What to do? Cry in a corner? No. Nicola Barker seizes back some control by posting the video herself, leading to a gripping (if unlikely) series of events.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Belsize Park mother strangled and robbed in front of toddler

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Severe delays on Victoria Line: commuters ‘crushed’ as Seven Sisters Tube evacuated

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Desperate search for missing autistic teen David Whyte who can’t speak

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Police called to Plaistow station after frustrated passengers ‘refuse to get off train’

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London weather: Freezing conditions continue as snow sweeps across UK

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LONDON Weather forecast

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Weather Icon Min Temp: 5°C
Max Temp: 5°C
Wind Direction: N
Wind speed: 11 knots

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Weather Icon Min Temp: 6°C
Max Temp: 6°C
Wind Direction: SE
Wind speed: 2 knots

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