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Police called to ‘grenade’ outside Golders Green synagogue

Police rushed to a bomb scene outside a Golders Green synagogue after reports of grenades - which turned out to be a cigarette lighter.

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Brussels ‘terrorist’ attack: Latest London to Belgium Eurostar and flight information

All Eurostar trains from London St Pancras to Brussels have been cancelled the company said this morning after several suspected terrorist attacks.

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Two men shot in Child’s Hill

Two men in their 20s have been shot in Child’s Hill this afternoon.

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Three injured after car collision with ambulance in Golders Green

Police are appealing for witnesses after three men were injured in a collision between an ambulance and a car in Golders Green on Saturday morning.

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Mental health cuts: ‘You abuse us again’ service user tells Camden Council meeting

Mentally ill service users at the Highgate Day Centre have slammed the changes that have taken place since its funding was halved – with one desperate woman telling those responsible that the situation is making her feel “abused” again.

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Belsize Park secure early promotion - now Hazlett wants the title

Belsize Park have secured a top-two finish and an early promotion from London North West Division Three – but captain George Hazlett is urging his side to keep their foot on the gas as he eyes a final-day title showdown with London Nigerian.

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Wayne predicts a bright future as Spurs Ladies reach their third cup final

Goalkeeper Toni-Anne Wayne is predicting a bright future for Spurs Ladies after Karen Hills’ side reached their third cup final of the season on Sunday.

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Spurs star Harry Kane: It would be good for Premier League to have homegrown golden boot winner

Tottenham’s Harry Kane believes it would be good for the Premier League if a homegrown player wins the golden boot, having moved ahead of Jamie Vardy at the top of the goalscoring chart.

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Pochettino reveals how Spurs training will change ahead of title run-in

Mauricio Pochettino has warned Tottenham’s title rivals his players will only get stronger during the run-in after Spurs dispatched Bournemouth 3-0.

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