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• VIDEO: Teen stabbed in FACE and neck during Hackney hoverboard robbery • The great £209million Camden Council buildings sell-off, but no cash to save services • Stamford Hill Jewish school ‘scribbled out women’s faces in textbooks and barred female Ofsted inspectors from talking to kids’ 

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Editor's ChoiceHit and run: Hunt for driver after cyclist seriously injured in Stoke Newington

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VIDEO: Teen stabbed in FACE and neck during Hackney hoverboard robbery

A teenager narrowly escaped death after being stabbed in the face and neck by two men who robbed him of his hoverboard in Stamford Hill, Hackney.

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The great £209million Camden Council buildings sell-off, but no cash to save services

Camden Council raked in nearly a quarter of a billion pounds from the sale of unwanted buildings last year – but its finance boss warned that it is still not enough to prevent cuts to services.

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Stamford Hill Jewish school ‘scribbled out women’s faces in textbooks and barred female Ofsted inspectors from talking to kids’

An independent Jewish school in Stamford Hill scribbled out women’s faces in text books and refused to let female Ofsted inspectors speak to children, a highly critical report reveals.

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Man ‘battered Acton care worker to death after TV noise complaint’

A man with anger issues battered a care worker to death after she asked him to turn down his television at the hostel where she worked in Acton, the Old Bailey heard today.

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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 £500 to spend at M&S! Exclusive new member prize

As a new member to MyOffers we wanted to offer you something special, an exclusive prize open to new members only. So we’re giving you the chance to win £500 to spend at M&S.

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PICTURES: McGhee, Carter-Vickers and Vorm look to impress as Spurs train in Florence

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino put his squad through their paces in Stadio Artemio Franchi ahead of Thursday night’s Europa League tie and plenty of his stars were on show.

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Media Watch: Arsenal consider new captain and Chelsea’s ‘huge’ striker deal

We round up all the rumours from Thursday morning’s newspapers ahead of another busy weekend of London football.

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Jan Vertonghen sets Tottenham comeback date and reflects on rehab so far

Jan Vertonghen is targeting the clash with Liverpool on April 2 as his comeback date having had his knee brace removed.

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VIDEO: This is the melting chocolate ball and it will change your life

A chocolate shell, folding in on itself under the steam of hot chocolate or toffee sauce, revealing a sumptuous dessert. This is a real dessert and you can even make it yourself. Thank us later, we’re off to rewatch this insanely amazing food porn.

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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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TECHNOLOGY

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Sneak peek: Tom Clancy’s The Division: Survive in a post-viral outbreak New York

New York lies silent. The streets are filled with abandoned cars, the busy streets now hushed. The silence is broken by distant gunshots echoing through the empty towers – so it’s lucky you’ve come armed.

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Our latest round-up shows how innovation is leading the mobile accessory market.

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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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VIDEO: Classic movies screened with world-famous orchestras at the Royal Albert Hall

Catch epic movies including Gladiator, ET and Amadeus on a giant screen in one of London’s iconic venues, accompanied by internationally renowned musicians playing the soundtracks. Sounds amazing? Read on.

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Match4Tommy: Firefighter’s 4-year-old tot desperately needs mixed race donor

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VIDEO: Brutal fight outside Camden club sees man stabbed and stamped on and woman punched to the floor

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VIDEO: Teen stabbed in FACE and neck during Hackney hoverboard robbery

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Girl, 11, sexually assaulted while watching magic show at Hamleys toy shop

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Stamford Hill Jewish school ‘scribbled out women’s faces in textbooks and barred female Ofsted inspectors from talking to kids’

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