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The fire in Great Eastern Street, photo @LondonFire

Furore over ‘hipster’ fire tweet

The London Fire Brigade’s press office became the subject of news rather than the fire at the pop-up restaurant the emergency services put out, after a tweet about hipsters was branded insensitive and went viral.

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A car burning in Hackney Central during the riots. Photo Emma Bartholomew

Met’s riot trauma payout over deformed foot

A charity worker who was mistakenly identified as one of the London rioters has won £10,000 damages from the Met Police for her unjustified arrest.

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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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Restaurant review: The Almeida, N1

Theatre restaurant launches its all-star summer menu

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Review: BunBunBun has serious flavours with a side of fun

Inconspicuously signposted and located, BunBunBun is a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it affair on a street already littered with Vietnamese canteens.

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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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Shane Lowry is set to leave Leyton Orient (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Blues boss impressed with Orient defender Lowry

Shane Lowry is on trial with the Championship club as he edges closer to leaving the O’s

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Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon watches on during pre-season (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Orient defeated by Terriers

Pre-season friendly: Huddersfield Town 2 Leyton Orient 0

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Boxers from the Pedro Youth Club on Rushmore road, Clapton, detained a man after he attempted to abduct a child

Hackney boxers save girl from attempted abduction

Heroic boxers detained man until the police arrived

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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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