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Editor's ChoiceTraumatic: Woman repeatedly punched in the face in Victoria Line Tube seat argument

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Armed police remove Londoner from flight after ‘he sent prayer group message’

A passenger on an easyJet flight apparently misread Londoner Laolu Opebiyi’s Christian prayer group name on WhatsApp, ‘ISI men’, as being about ISIS, leading the pilot to summon armed police to the plane.

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LLDC boss defends secrecy around West Ham’s Olympic Stadium deal

The chairman of the London Legacy Development Corporation has defended the secrecy around West Ham’s Olympic Stadium deal, claiming disclosing the information could cost “hundreds of millions” in the future.

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Body in Regent’s Canal: Police probe ‘unexplained’ death of young man pulled from water in Islington

The body of a man in his early 30s was found in Regent’s Canal in Islington this morning.

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Another Night Tube setback...now ‘furious’ maintenance workers are balloting to strike

After news this week that there had been a breakthrough in negotiations over the Night Tube, the much anticipated service has suffered yet another setback as London Underground maintenance workers are now to be balloted for strikes.

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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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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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Arsene Wenger gives injury update on Koscielny, Cech and Wilshere before Spurs clash

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Petr Cech will miss three to four weeks with a groin injury.

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Spurs star Kyle Walker admits Arsenal clash is crucial - but memories of 2012 are keeping him grounded

Kyle Walker admits Saturday’s north London derby may be the biggest he has been involved in at Tottenham – and he believes the top four teams in the Premier League all have a good chance of winning the title.

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Media Watch: Chelsea finalise new manager and Arsenal’s Tottenham nightmare

All the stories worth reading from Friday morning’s newspapers ahead of a busy weekend of football in London.

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Review: Is the Microsoft Surface Book the ultimate laptop?

Microsoft has reinvented itself as more than just “that company that makes Windows” – it’s now cementing a reputation for making laptops, tablets, and even phones. The first Microsoft Surface tablets broke cover in 2012, but over the past four years the brand has gone from strength to strength. Now, Microsoft has expanded beyond its tablet roots by adding a top-of-the-line laptop to the range, the radical-looking Surface Book.

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Review: LG G5

The manufacturers of Android smartphones often struggle to make their models stand out in a crowded marketplace that struggles to find even a breath of fresh air. On that basis LG’s new G5 flagship hit MWC like a tsunami. The new handset was not only unrecognisable from the company’s previous efforts, it was like nothing we’ve seen before anywhere.

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Get an expert insight into London’s coffee scene with The London Coffee Festival director

London24 chatted to Ludovic Rossignol, director of the insanely popular London Coffee Festival, about the coffee scene in our great city and where it’s headed. We also got some top tips on making your own caffeinated creations at home.

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Violent clashes between West Ham and Tottenham fans at Upton Park

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‘Traumatic’: Woman ‘repeatedly punched in the face’ in Victoria Line Tube seat argument

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Armed police remove Londoner from flight after ‘he sent prayer group message’

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The toilet in this flat will make you feel like a king (sort of)

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Review: Is the Microsoft Surface Book the ultimate laptop?

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