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Contaminated blood scandal sees hundreds descend on Parliament

Hundreds of people are due to protest outside Parliament today over one of the biggest treatment disasters in the history of the NHS.

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Ken Livingstone: “Boris Johnson shouldn’t be left alone with anyone’s daughter”

Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone has taken a controversial swipe at Boris Johnson by claiming he shouldn’t be left alone with anyone’s daughter.

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Guilty: Brent gang in £150k stolen credit card numbers fraud

A gang of fraudsters from Brent scammed £150,000 worth of goods from small businesses by exploiting a loophole that let them use stolen credit card numbers.

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Six candidates will stand in Kilburn by-election

The candidates have been announced for the Kilburn ward by-election following the untimely death of its Labour councillor.

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Josh Hanson murder: Mother struggles to mourn his death as killer remains at large

The mother of a Kingsbury man who was stabbed to death has spoken of her struggle to mourn as his killer remains at large.

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QPR should follow in Burnley’s footsteps, says chief executive

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Brent ace D’Souza grabs hat-trick as Under-14s get back on track with Haringey win

Brent Under-14s returned to winning ways as star striker Dominic D’Souza’s hat-trick inspired a 5-2 win at Haringey.

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