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• The Night Tube ‘will start running from August 2016’ • Father and son stabbed several times on Christmas Eve near Finsbury Park • Boris v Barack: London mayor lashes out at president over EU referendum 

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The Night Tube ‘will start running from August 2016’

London’s long-awaited and highly anticipated Night Tube is pencilled to start in August 2016, according to reports.

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Father and son stabbed several times on Christmas Eve near Finsbury Park

A father and son were savagely attacked by men who stabbed them multiple times on Christmas eve near Finsbury Park.

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Boris v Barack: London mayor lashes out at president over EU referendum

Boris Johnson has accused Barack Obama of displaying a “piece of outrageous and exorbitant hypocrisy” after he intervened in the EU referendum debate.

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Vulnerable Northolt schoolgirl, 14, missing after visiting friend in Wembley

A vulnerable schoolgirl has gone missing after leaving her home to visit a friend in Wembley.

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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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West Ham chief slams referee after hard-fought Manchester United draw

West Ham co-owner David Gold criticised the referee after the Hammers drew 1-1 with Manchester United on Sunday.

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‘We can’t keep pretending’ Arsenal fan chief has message for Arsene Wenger

A leading Arsenal fans’ group believes even a Champions League comeback victory over Barcelona would only be papering over the cracks of a season which appears set to end in bitter disappointment.

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FA Cup guide: Palace and West Ham await their fate in semi-final draw

Crystal Palace and West Ham are both in the hat for Monday night’s FA Cup semi final draw, live on BBC1.

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Android N review – First version of next-gen operating system

Google has surprised everyone by releasing a Developer Preview of its next version of Android, known only as Android N for now. The even better news is that anyone with a newer pure Google device can start beta testing the Developer Preview version right this moment as part of the newly announced Android Beta Program. This opens up testing Android N, and future versions of Android, to everyone.

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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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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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Seven babies died in just 18 days at Homerton Hospital maternity unit, new figures reveal

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PICTURES: Tens of thousands celebrate St Patrick’s Day 2016 in central London

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