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Editor's ChoiceLondon Marathon: Here's everything you need to know about the day
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Editor's ChoiceShakespeare 400: Watch star actors bring the Bard to giant screens on South Bank
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Editor's ChoiceQUIZ: Who should you vote for in the London Mayor election?!
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‘Part-Kenyan’: BoJo makes ‘offensive’ attack on Barack

While confronting Barack Obama about the EU, Boris Johnson has referred to the American president as “part-Kenyan” in what many are describing as a “loaded” and “offensive” attack.

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‘Giant fireball’ engulfs log cabins in east London, kills dog

There were dramatic scenes early this morning when a row of log cabins and a disused garage dramatically went up in flames.

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Northern Line ‘knifeman’ arrested at Bank this morning

A man was arrested at Bank Tube station this morning in connection with an assault on a woman, and “for possession of a bladed article”, police said.

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East London woman in coma after devastating cycling accident in Australia

Prayers have been shared by thousands across the world for 25-year-old Amy Haskew who was left in a coma after suffering a serious head injury while cycling abroad.

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Win 1 of 50 Fire 7” Display Tablets

Are you looking for a brand new gadget to help you stay connected on the go and make that long journey home a bit more entertaining? Look no further. MyOffers is giving you the chance to win 1 of 50 Kindle Fire 7” Display Tablets! That’s 50 times more chances to win, so hurry up and enter our competition today and you could be one of our lucky winners!

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Win 1 of 50 Traditional Afternoon Teas for two

MyOffers is giving you the chance to win 1 of 50 Traditional Afternoon Teas for two at a location of your choice! That’s 50 times more chances to win, so hurry up and enter our competition today and you could be one of our lucky winners!

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Arsenal legend admits atmosphere worries due to ‘stale’ Wenger reign

Alan Smith has revealed he is doubtful that Arsene Wenger can improve Arsenal or take the club forward and fears next season will be lacking excitement.

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‘He’s very annoyed’ Chelsea boss explains John Terry’s fitness plan ahead of Bournemouth

John Terry could have a say in the Premier League title race after all and may return for Chelsea against Tottenham on May 2.

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Media Watch: Arsenal ship out wideman and Chelsea midfielder in La Liga talks

We round up all Saturday morning’s stories ahead of a busy weekend of football.

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TECHNOLOGY

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Review: Apple iPhone SE – A miniature iPhone 6s for £359

If you’ve been clutching a battered old iPhone 5 and wishing that Apple would start making compact phones again, then you’re in luck. The iPhone SE takes the best bits of the iPhone 6s and crams them into a pocket-friendly 4-inch phone.

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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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Shakespeare 400: Stars bring the Bard back to Bankside

Four hundred years ago, culture-hungry Londoners would cross the river to catch a new play by William Shakespeare. This month, the South Bank will be showing all 37 of them in a single weekend.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Danny Dyer ‘wipes the floor’ with Katie Hopkins on Twitter

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Park is cordoned off after sex attack at Bethnal Green’s Weavers Field

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WW2 bomb found in Lewisham: Schools and shops evacuated as ‘army called in’

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Tattooed man tries to snatch girl, 4, from east London playground

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Rat-infested Dalston takeaway Bombay Munch shut down

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