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GV of Homerton University Hospital, of Homerton Row.

Health inspectors found maternity ward was ‘unsafe and dirty’

Anonymous whistleblower midwives – who persistently warned about the ‘avoidable’ deaths of mothers and babies at Homerton University Hospital – say they feel vindicated after health inspectors deemed “safety was not a sufficient priority” at the maternity unit.

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The Group of Students from City Academy and Clapton Girls in Hackney and the Kingsdale Academy in Dulwich, alongside the Mayor of Dunstable Liz Jones.

Hackney students taking off in aviation course

Eight students in Year 11 and the sixth form from City Academy and Clapton Girls in Hackney have celebrated completing an intensive residential two-week gliding course at the London Gliding Club.

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GCSE results will be revealed today

Hackney students collect GCSE results

Students across Hackney are picking up their GCSE results this morning.

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Urswick School GCSE results

GCSE Results: The Urswick School

One Urswick pupil spent a 16th birthday she will never forget today, as she picked up a bumper set of GCSE exam results.

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Mossbourne School GCSE results. De'Shay Gibbons-Brown, Trisha Waku, Shanahan Henry and Terell Rowe

GCSE Results: Mossbourne Community Academy

There were smiles all round from the students at Mossbourne Community Academy who broke last year’s record with 98 per cent achieving five A* to C grades.

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Gemma Bovery. Picture: Jerome Prebois

Film review: Gemma Bovery

The eponymous adulteress steals the limelight in this midly comic meta re-staging of Madame Bovary, writes Michael Joyce.

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A Walk from Hackney Wick to the Barbican Yasmine Dainelli

Interfaces exhibition at Barbican: a virtual reality

Anna Behrmann talks to Yasmine Dainelli ahead of a new showcase of Hackney digital artists

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Leyton Orient midfielder Dean Cox celebrates with team mate Paul McCallum after scoring against Dagenham & Redbridge (pic: Dave Simpson/TGS Photo).

Dean’s delighted as Orient take top spot

O’s midfielder discusses spirit in the side and how it is a dream to play with the other attackers in the team

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Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: Dave Simpson/TGS Photo).

O’s boss pleased with players

Hendon gives update on Jobi McAnuff’s situation and discusses if he will add to his current squad

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Middlesex's Tim Murtagh. Pic: TGSPHOTO

Middlesex bowler promises to push Yorkshire all the way for County Championship title

Tim Murtagh has pledged to keep fighting for the County Championship crown as Middlesex begin a crunch spell of three games against their title rivals.

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Thirteen arrested after broad daylight shooting on Ridley Road

Thirteen people were arrested in Dalston today after a man was gunned down on Ridley Road in the middle of the afternoon.

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