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Mayor's Question Time shut down / CCTV: Man kicks woman / Incredible illegal drone video

• Mayor’s Question Time shut down as taxi drivers ‘whistle and jeer’ at Boris • Euston, Victoria and King’s Cross make £4.1million from toilets • CCTV: Man punches and tries to rip off woman’s clothes in Brick Lane 

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Editor's ChoiceVIDEO: Shocking footage shows man kicking woman and trying to rip her clothes off

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Editor's ChoiceVIDEO: The incredible drone footage that cost one man £1,800

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Mayor’s Question Time shut down as taxi drivers ‘whistle and jeer’ at Boris

Today’s Mayor’s Question Time was shut down as Boris ‘stormed out’ and black cab drivers forced their way in to City Hall.

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Euston, Victoria and King’s Cross make £4.1million from toilets

Victoria, Euston and King’s Cross are earning some serious pounds from people spending pennies after it was revealed that between them, they made more than £4.1million in the past three years from people using their toilets.

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CCTV: Man punches and tries to rip off woman’s clothes in Brick Lane

Shocking CCTV of a man attacking a woman in an empty Brick Lane beer garden, punching and kicking her and trying to rip off her clothes, has been released by police.

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Dreadlocked attacker drags elderly woman by hair in Ridley Road Market

A pensioner was pulled to the ground by her hair and robbed in broad daylight in Dalston’s popular Ridley Road Market.

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Win a home Cinema HD projector

If you’ve ever wanted the feeling of a cinema in your own home, then this is the competition for you, as MyOffers are giving away a fantastic HD projector.

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Win a Bose Cinemate soundbar

Listen to all your favourite films and TV shows as never before and in stunning sound quality with this great Bose Cinemate Home cinema system.

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How Chelsea could line up against Tel-Aviv featuring Loftus-Cheek and two new signings

Jose Mourinho is set to make major changes to his Chelsea side for the Champions League clash with Maccabi Tel-Aviv tonight.

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‘It isn’t career damaging’ Arsene Wenger eases fears over injured Arsenal star

Arsene Wenger is confident Jack Wilshere will be back in action at Christmas.

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Playmaker admits ‘surprise’ at West Ham’s squad after unexpected switch

Dimitri Payet expected to be showcasing his talents in Ligue 1 this season but he admits West Ham are better than he expected.

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18 GIFs that will get you excited for autumn

Yes, we know, it isn’t fair. London barely got a summer this year, and it’s nearly over. It was a complete waste of rooftop bars, and now everywhere looks like this:

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I plotted Krays’ murder, Freddie Foreman reveals in ‘The Krays—Kill Order’ film of London’s underworld

A plot was hatched to murder the notorious Kray gangsters who ruled London’s underworld from their East End “evil empire of crime” in the 1960s, it has emerged. Only their arrests and subsequent jailing at the Old Bailey in 1969 saved their lives, a former gang leader admits on camera.

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Leytonstone murder: Victim wrapped in bags named as ‘well known’ Turkish national

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CCTV: Man punches and tries to rip off woman’s clothes in Brick Lane

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Teacher ‘took girl’s virginity and had sex all over school’

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Teenager stabbed to death in Elephant and Castle

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