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Tulisa charged with drink driving after Ferrari Tube station crash

Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos has been charged with drink-driving after allegedly crashing a Ferrari.

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Woodside Park murder: Young man found stabbed to death in Barnet

A murder investigation has been launched after a young man was stabbed to death in Woodside Park, Barnet, yesterday.

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EE slammed for selling tablet contract to illiterate woman who thought it was free

A mother from Kensal Green has slammed a mobile phone company for selling a tablet on contract to her illiterate daughter who has learning difficulties and believed it was free.

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Pet Shop Boys open pop-up shop in Boxpark

Synth-pop icons The Pet Shop Boys are opening a pop-up shop in Shoreditch’s Boxpark - but disappointly for all, it will not be selling pets.

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Win £3,000 to spend at Thomas Cook

Holidays are expensive, there’s just no getting away from it. The problem is, we all love going on them. But with the day to day grind and austerity that has gripped the nation; a week away each year is often bottom of the priority list. Step in MyOffers to save the day, with this great competition to win a whopping £3,000 to spend at Thomas Cook.

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Win £3,000 to spend at LIDL

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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Paolo Di Canio backs new manager to turn Chelsea around and offers advice

Paolo Di Canio believes Antonio Conte would be an ideal choice to take over as Chelsea manager this summer.

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‘His critics don’t know enough’ Arsenal playmaker defended by Liverpool legend

Aaron Ramsey is a ‘fantastic’ player who would fit in at Barcelona, says his fellow countryman Ian Rush.

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Arsenal and Chelsea on alert as impressive Leicester star hints at summer move

Leicester’s N’Golo Kante says he “doesn’t mind” being linked to other clubs such as Arsenal.

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Emicro One – The ultimate commuting ride?

Looking to speed up your commute but don’t want to take to the roads of London on a bike? Then the Emicro One scooter might be just the thing. There’s been electric scooters before, but this is the first from the market-leading Micro of Switzerland and is completely different from anything that’s come before.

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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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LATEST ENTERTAINMENT

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18 amazing old pictures of Soho you simply must see

These amazing old pictures of Soho reveal what life was like over the decades in one of London’s most iconic areas. They show the dapper chaps and ladies enjoying life on buzzing Carnaby Street, an elephant doing his best to board a bus on Shaftesbury Avenue and John Lennon and Cook even make an appearance. Take a step back in time to see what Soho was like in days gone by. Don’t forget to share and tweet the gallery if you like it.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Woodside Park murder: Young man found stabbed to death in Barnet

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Thousands sign petition to keep David Cameron out of the UK

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Missing: Alicia Manget, 13, from Ealing

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Tulisa charged with drink driving after Ferrari Tube station crash

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Man accused of beheading partner ‘thought she was a snake’

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