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John Biggs... concerns of Islamophobia in East End

Hate crime is ‘shameful blight’ on London’s reputation—Tower Hamlets Mayor

Hate crime is “a shameful blight on London’s reputation” after revelations of rising “Islamophobia reported to police, Tower Hamlets mayor John Biggs who also represents east London at City Hall said today.

The 70 per cent increase in Islamophobic incidents, revealed by Scotland Yard yesterday, was damaging London’s reputation as a “welcoming world city,” he points out.

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Hard hat for the Mayor... John Biggs looks in at last phase of Stepney's Ocean Estate regeneration

‘Hard hat’ mayor in Stepney splashes out on Ocean estate cash for homes

Mayors used to wear ceremonial robes and three-cornered hats for posh civic ceremonies.

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Timor House on Stepney's Ocean estate

Man in court charged with brother’s murder in Stepney flat

A man has been charged with the murder of his older brother in his flat in London’s East End.

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Tomas Dirse [inset] and Prince's Trust's new Poplar centre at St Paul's Way, Bow Common

No GCSE, no hope, just drifting after quitting school — until the Prince’s Trust turned my life around

Tomas Dirse was a ‘no hoper’, the son of immigrants who quit Stepney’s Bishop Challoner School in London’s East End after failing GCSE. He turned to cannabis and drinking, drifting aimlessly in life — until he joined a Princes Trust course.

Today, at 21, he is an admin professional at Systech International construction group’s HQ near Tower Bridge. Tomas tells his story to the East London Advertiser:

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Begum sisters taking the Oath of Allegance...

Boris hands Begum sisters their UK citizenship at City Hall

Two sisters living in London’s East End have been given their British citizenships today, along with 30 other former immigrants.

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Tom Hardy... Ronnie and Reggie Kray

FILM PREVIEW: A warning to the squeamish about Legend movie of the Krays

Don’t see Legend if you don’t want to be drawn into a realistic portrayal of the Krays, the ruthless top dogs of east London’s violent underworld of the 1960s.

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True-crime movie Legend with Emily Browning as Frances Kray and Tom Hardy as Reggie Kray

Why Frances Kray was given electric shock treatment after walking out on Reggie

The tragic wife of notorious gangster Reggie Kray who took her own life after walking out on him had electric shock treatment in hospital which helped erase memories of their doomed marriage, a book out on Thursday reveals in the run-up to next week’s Legend movie about the Krays.

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Kishen Velani hits out for Essex as Surrey's Gary Wilson looks on (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

New Essex deal for Velani

Wanstead youngster lands two-year contract

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Mannah Rahman from Tower Hamlets dominated the Middlesex Junior Badminton Championships (pic: Jo Castle)

Rahman the hat trick hero for Tower Hamlets

Young star successful in three events at badminton championships

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Jobi Mcanuff made his first appearance of the season for Leyton Orient in a reserve-team fixture against Stevenage (ipic: Simon O'Connor)

McAnuff returns to Orient action

Midfielder makes first appearance of season

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The victorious men's eight gold team. (Back) Alex Gregory, George Nash, Phelan Hill, Will Satch, (front) Matt Gotrel, Constantine Louloudis, Pete Reed, Moe Sbihi and Paul Bennett (pic:  SPURRIER/Intersport Images)

Londoners row their way to Rio

Qualification secured for next year’s Olympics with success at World Championships

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Timor House where Ruhel Ahmed's body was found

Witness appeal after Ruhel Ahmed is found strangled in his Stepney flat

Detectives holding a murder investigation have now identified the man found strangled at a block of flats in London’s East End.

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