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HIV clinic reveals details of 800 patients / Giant polar bear roaming South Bank

• VIDEO: Giant polar bear walks around South Bank with celebs • London HIV clinic reveals details of 800 patients • September Tube strikes cancelled by union 

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VIDEO: Giant polar bear walks around South Bank with celebs

Emma Thompson has joined a giant polar bear outside oil company Shell’s South Bank HQ in protest against drilling in the Arctic.

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London HIV clinic reveals details of 800 patients

A major London sexual health centre mistakenly revealed the email addresses of almost 800 HIV clinic patients yesterday.

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September Tube strikes cancelled by union

The Tube strikes planned for September 8 and September 10 have been called off by the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT).

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‘Major delays’ on Waterloo train services until 4pm

Waterloo commuters will have to deal with ‘major delays’ until 4pm today after a signalling problem between Wimbledon and Earlsfield.

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Transfer news: Arsenal made £22m Italian striker move and Emmanuel Adebayor rejects Aston Villa

The transfer window is officially over. Here are the latest transfer stories in the aftermath of deadline day.

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Midfield star slams ‘lazy’ West Ham for not signing him over summer

Joey Barton believes Premier League clubs like West Ham will regret not signing him this summer.

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Transfer spends: Manchester City lead big spenders as Arsenal and Spurs trail far behind

Manchester City and Manchester United topped the Premier League spending charts over the course of the transfer window.

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Tottenham slammed for transfer ‘antics’ after failed deadline day bids

Saido Berahino’s West Brom future remains in limbo after his apparent strike threat, despite the club rejecting two deadline day bids from Tottenham.

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Beyond Pimm’s - the best summer drinks of 2015

2014 was the summer of the paloma and the Aperol spritz, but what are the best new offerings for sundown sipping?

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Greenwich Comedy Festival 2015: Incredible line-up at the National Maritime Museum

Greenwich Comedy Festival will once again play host to a stellar line-up of A-list comics next month including Reginald D Hunter, Adam Buxton, Rich Hall, Bridget Christie, David O’Doherty, Tim Key, Sara Pascoe and Richard Herring.

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Win a helicopter flight over London

Are you always seeking unique ways to see your favourite city? This one is for you.

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Win £1,000 to spend at TK Maxx

Home to top name brands at great prices, TK Maxx is more like a treasure hunt than a shop. Perfect for grabbing a bargain or some hidden gems, you arm yourself with a trolley and go wild.

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Man’s face slashed open with BELT in brutal Brick Lane attack

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Sleeping friends’ “incredibly frightening experience” on Northern Line

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Police stabbed and bitten as over 300 arrested at Notting Hill Carnival

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South Woodford stabbing: Two teens in hospital after ‘serious’ fight

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Man shot dead by police in Enfield named as James Fox

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