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Mums watch in horror as girl, 5, is killed in accident at Mile End children’s playpark

Full investigations are under way over play equipment that crashed down in a children’s play park in London’s East End killing a five-year-old girl a day before her sixth birthday.

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Girl, 5, killed by falling tree fall at Mile End Children’s Play Park

A hospital post mortem takes place today on a five year-old girl who died in a tragic accident in a children’s playpark in London’s East End when a tree is believed to have fallen on her.

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Cruickshank joins hands in protest to 'protect' Norton Folgate [photo: Vickie Flores]

500 protesters join hands in ‘human chain’ protest over Norton Folgate Liberty

Historian Dan Cruickshank has led a ‘hands on’ protest to save Norton Folgate next to London’s famous Spitalfields Market from developers knocking down a big chunk of the unique Georgian neighbourhood.

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Tech City: Fintech companies going head-to-head with banks

A leading peer to peer (P2P) lender has predicted that the industry will account for a third of all business borrowing in the next five years.

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Now you see it... Aerial view of Norton Folgate

Norton Folgate battle lines drawn up for today’s ‘human chain’ protest

Hundreds of protesters join hands today to form a human chain encircling historic buildings at Norton Folgate next to London’s famous Spitalfields Market.

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High jinx at East London's Roman Road Festival... back today for its second Sunday [photo: Oliver Lynton]

What did the Roman Road do for us? An E3 street festival, that’s what!

This-year’s Roman Road Festival resumes this-morning with its second Sunday along East London’s famous market thoroughfare.

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Right old cockney knees-up down the Roman Road... last year's festival when Street Patrol got them dancing in the street [photo: Oliver Lynton]

East End music and fun kicks off tomorrow to turn E3 into ‘festival postcode’

Summer celebrations begin in London’s East End with two days of festivals this weekend—turning E3 into a festival postcode.

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Mason Webster will not be joining London Raiders (pic: Sam Park)

Mason makes Raiders U-turn

Forward decides not to join club

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James Collins, West Ham United.

West Ham star happy to fight for his place

Hammers stalwart James Collins knows that competition is high for a starting place in defence this coming season

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Marvin Bartley celebrates after scoring for Leyton Orient against Gillingham during the 2013/14 campaign (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Bartley thanks Orient

Out of contract midfielder agrees move to Scotland

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Stephen Hendrie of West Ham v Southend

West Ham new boy aiming to fight for his place

Hammer Hendrie makes an early indication of his intent

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Royal London Hospital

Girl, 5, killed by falling tree fall at Mile End Children’s Play Park

A hospital post mortem takes place today on a five year-old girl who died in a tragic accident in a children’s playpark in London’s East End when a tree is believed to have fallen on her.

Read more »


Terrific tea, creamy cakes and splendid sandwiches at Mews of Mayfair.

Win afternoon tea for two at Mews of Mayfair

Celebrate a truly quintessentially British tradition with the chance of winning a luxurious Afternoon Tea for two people at Mews of Mayfair, complete with a glass of Veuve Clicquot champagne.

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Get up close and personal to this global phenomenon!

Win tickets to see Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games

Following a sell-out 2014 run, the global phenomenon that is Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance: Dangerous Games is back in London, running at the Dominion Theatre in the heart of the West End until 5th September 2015.

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This little bundle will make communicating when you're abroad so much easier!

Win a WorldSIM tech bundle

It’s no secret that we Brits love our mobile phones. However, from the moment we leave the UK, our mobile habits undergo a radical transformation which sees many travellers going ‘cold turkey’ from their precious handsets.

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