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Network Rail weekend trains from Liverpool Street cancelled for Crossrail work

Weekend rail services from Liverpool Street out to Stratford and Shenfield won’t be running for another six weekends caused by Network Rail engineering work for Crossrail, passengers are warned.

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Police hunt rapist after teenager is attacked in street at Whitechapel

A rapist is being hunted in London’s East End after a teenage girl was attacked in broad daylight in the street near a children’s play park.

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Actors land RSVP call centre a part in London Stock Exchange ‘select’ list

Your call “really is important to us” the actors manning the switchboard tell callers—and that’s not a recording, but live.

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790ft Hertsmere House approved at Canary Wharf where Columbia Tower failed

Western Europe’s tallest residential tower has got the green light at Canary Wharf in east London after getting planning permission from Tower Hamlets council.

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East End bakery and social enterprise Luminary launches Crowdfunder plea to help it reach more disadvantaged women

An East End bakery that helps women from vulnerable backgrounds build a future for themselves has launched a Crowdfunder campaign to move to a bigger building.

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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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Jones could return for Daggers

Dagenham & Redbridge youngster could be handed chance against Notts County by boss Still

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Golby: Barking had chances to beat Hullbridge

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Hyam gutted as Daggers lose out again

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Rainbow bagels in Brick Lane: East End shop starts selling annular Brooklyn delicacy

New York’s celebrated and stunningly colourful Rainbow Bagels have arrived in one east London bagel shop.

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The deadly attack on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in Paris last year was not a new phenomenon of 21st century violence to suppress a free press, according to a recent study, writes Allis Moss.

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