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• PICTURES: Can you spot the change in these legendary London statues? • Man BITES police and boasts ‘I’ve infected you with HIV’ • Hero first aid trainer saves man’s life outside Leytonstone Tube while on lunch break 

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Editor's ChoiceYippee! London will finally get warmer this weekend

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Editor's ChoicePICTURES: Look at this cheeky fox stealing shopping in west London

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Editor's ChoiceWest Ham: The teenager ready to make his FA Cup bow at Blackburn

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Editor's Choice Quiz: How well do you know Cockney rhyming slang?

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PICTURES: Can you spot the change in these legendary London statues?

Some of the capital’s most famous bronze statues, including one of the great Baker Street detective Sherlock Holmes, have been given a discreet makeover. Can you see what’s happened?

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Man BITES police and boasts ‘I’ve infected you with HIV’

Three police officers had to go to hospital yesterday after they were attacked in Tottenham Court Road Tube station by a man who “boasted that he had infected them with HIV”, according to a colleague.

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Hero first aid trainer saves man’s life outside Leytonstone Tube while on lunch break

A hero St John Ambulance trainer saved a man’s life while she was on her lunch break from teaching first aid in east London.

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PICTURES: Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans race Reliant Robins through central London for new Top Gear

Matt LeBlanc and Chris Evans kicked off the new look Top Gear this morning with a Reliant Robin race, zooming off from the start line at BBC HQ in central London.

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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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Experience for Her: Design your own perfume

Every woman has her signature scent which she loves to spray on throughout the day. With so many alluring fragrances to choose from, it’s almost impossible to go about your daily business without carrying a little bottle of heavenly scent in your bag. But wouldn’t it be great if you could create your own?

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Tottenham’s season ‘could be over in the blink of an eye’

Arsenal legend Paul Merson reckons Tottenham should focus on the domestic competitions and ditch their Europa League ambition.

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London24 FA Cup predictions: Chelsea win Manchester City battle as Spurs edge past Palace

Our reporters predict an FA Cup weekend that promises to be full of action for the London clubs.

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Silviniaco Conti set to return in £150,000 Betfair Ascot Chase

Silviniaco Conti is set to have his first start of the year at Ascot on Saturday where he will face a maximum of seven rivals in the £150,000 Betfair Ascot Chase.

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AROUND THE WEB

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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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Mobile accessories are here to help you simplify your life

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

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QUIZZES

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QUIZ: Prove your knowledge of the January transfer window

Budding Jim Whites and Harry Redknapps this is the quiz for you. We’ve put together 10 tricky questions to test how much attention you’ve been paying to London January deals in years gone by. Can you score 10/10?

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LATEST ENTERTAINMENT

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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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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Trainee vicar from Peckham raped two girls

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Chaos at Waterloo station after woman hit by train

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VIDEO: Man choked for his £15k Rolex in brutal Greenwich daylight robbery

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Hero first aid trainer saves man’s life outside Leytonstone Tube while on lunch break

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

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