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Liverpool Street security alert / Man shot in Harlesden drive-by / Shocking car inferno

• Security alert: Bishopsgate closed by Liverpool Street station after ‘suspicious package’ found • Car bursts into flames on Silicon Roundabout • Man shot dead in drive-by shooting in Harlesden 

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Security alert: Bishopsgate closed by Liverpool Street station after ‘suspicious package’ found

Parts of Bishopsgate near Liverpool Street station in the City were shut down for almost an hour this morning after a suspect package was found.

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Car bursts into flames on Silicon Roundabout

A car burst into flames near Silicon Roundabout in Old Street on Tuesday night.

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Man shot dead in drive-by shooting in Harlesden

A man in his late 20s has been killed in a drive-by shooting in Harlesden last night.

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Stephen Lawrence murder suspect on Crimewatch tonight over £4million drug deal

Suspect Jamie Acourt from the original Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry will feature on Crimewatch in connection with an alleged multimillion pound drug deal.

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Win a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Here’s your chance to win one of the most feature-packed Smartphones on the planet, from tech giants Samsung, The Samsung S6 EDGE! Renowned for their stunningly sharp design and revolutionary technology, Samsung have delivered a clearer, faster, brighter, all-round giant of a Smartphone for 2016, and with this fantastic free competition you could be the lucky winner to take it home and receive all of this power at the tip of your fingers!

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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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Wenger provides injury update on Ramsey, Mertesacker and Gabriel before Watford clash

Arsene Wenger says Arsenal are still waiting to discover the full extent of Aaron Ramsey’s thigh injury.

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Loyal Premier League fans finally get the credit they deserve

Away fans will pay no more than £30 for a match ticket for the next three seasons under new rules announced on Wednesday by the Premier League.

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Hiddink provides Diego Costa injury latest and hails ‘terrific’ youngster before Everton

Diego Costa will be assessed today after battling for an hour in Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.

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Review: BBC micro:bit – The perfect way to introduce your kids to coding

If you’re old enough to remember the BBC Micro, then you probably have nothing but fond, hazy memories of the beige plastics, black and red keyboard and tone-deaf bloops. Now, the BBC has made a long-overdue second foray into computing hardware with the BBC micro:bit – a pint-sized device which is designed to get kids thinking about physical computing.

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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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St Patrick’s Day in London 2016: Everything you need to know about the parade

Trafalgar Square and central London will be awash with green, Guinness and shamrocks on Sunday March 13 to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. Here is everything you need to know about the parade and after party.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Owner of Woody Grill restaurants in Willesden and Kilburn is fined £30k for hygiene offences

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Security alert: Bishopsgate closed by Liverpool Street station after ‘suspicious package’ found

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Two teenage brothers hurt in Harlesden shooting

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Man shot dead in drive-by shooting in Harlesden

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Stephen Lawrence murder suspect on Crimewatch tonight over £4million drug deal

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