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Protesters threaten court action over East End parking charges up 658pc

Angry protesters are planning to take their social landlords to court over parking charges being whacked up by 658 per cent on housing estates in London’s deprived East End.

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Bear facts are that Old Palace School breaks world record for dressing up as bears

If you had gone down to Old Palace Primary School in London’s East End you may have been in for a big surprise.

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Melvin Burgess does the rounds of East End schools with his novels on drugs and under-age sex

Top-selling author Melvin Burgess has held inspirational sessions for pupils at two secondary schools in London’s East End talking about his best-sellers like Junk and Billy Elliot.

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Apprentices get their ‘half way’ ticket for their Thames ‘boatmaster’ licenses

Transport Minister Lord Ahmad has presented Maritime Skills diplomas to a “flotilla” of 11 Thames apprentices aged 18 to 25 at a ‘half way’ graduation held at Butler’s Wharf near Tower Bridge.

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Protest over Poplar Harca putting up parking fees by 658pc on East End housing estates

Hundreds of families are demonstrating tonight before Tower Hamlets council’s meeting, to protest at social landlords whacking up car-parking charges by up to 638 per cent on public housing estates in east London.

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What with you do with a colossal £3,000 to spend in a supermarket? Carefully plan each weeks shopping to make sure you got the most for your money? Or go wild in the aisles and get all the supplies you need to have a party?

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Barking punished Clapton’s slow start admits Thomas

Tons lost 3-1 at old rivals on Saturday and then had Monday’s final postponed

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Cureton not expecting new Dagenham & Redbridge deal

Daggers forward uncertain about future at club with contract running out soon

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West Ham pay homage to their local hero

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Tower Hamlets hammered; Ilford, Newham, London Bari draw positives

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Bartabas’s production of Golgota at Sadler’s Wells with horses performing alongside their human partners brings its own special quality, as you adjust to a slower pace of life as imagined in Holy Week in old Seville, writes Allis Moss.

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New York’s celebrated and stunningly colourful Rainbow Bagels have arrived in one east London bagel shop.

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