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A-Level students from Swanley Secondary swap Whitechapel for Barcelona for four days

Sixthform pupils from London’s East End have returned from a four-day trip to Barcelona to experience Spanish culture and learn about fishery subsidies in the EU for their economics A-levels before heading off to university.

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Shakespeare theatre archaeologists plan Shoreditch walks in footsteps of The Bard

Archaeologists preparing more excavations of Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre in Shoreditch after eight years are holding a season of public lectures and walking tours from the end of the month.

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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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Striking junior doctors plan march to St Paul’s Cathedral for NHS protest vigil

Angry hospital doctors from all over east London are holding a protest march from Whitechapel this evening as part of the nationwide ongoing dispute with the government over new NHS contracts.

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Dagenham & Redbridge stirred by Hartlepool’s great escape

Daggers defender Passley says Pools’ run to safety last year motivates east Londoners

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Lloyd: Barking need bonus points for big prize

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Bilic gives injury update on Moses, Valencia and Reid before Manchester United trip

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