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Baby's ASHES stolen in burglary/ Man 'pistol whipped' and tied up in Greenwich

• Alleged fraudster in court for ‘stealing Hampstead woman’s home’ • TfL ticket inspector, 58, brutally ‘punched in the face’ • Mother ‘left devastated’ after newborn baby’s ASHES stolen in Croydon burglary 

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Editor's Choice'Verbal abuse': Hunt for man who stole woman's phone and chucked it out of a train window

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Alleged fraudster in court for ‘stealing Hampstead woman’s home’

An alleged fraudster is to stand trial in an extraordinary case that has seen him accused of a stealing a woman’s home from right under her nose.

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TfL ticket inspector, 58, brutally ‘punched in the face’

A TfL inspector was just doing his job on a Westminster route 148 bus when he was repeatedly ‘punched in the face’, leaving him cut and bruised.

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Mother ‘left devastated’ after newborn baby’s ASHES stolen in Croydon burglary

The ashes of a baby girl who lived for just 18 minutes have been stolen from her mother’s home in Croydon’s Famet Close.

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Intruders ‘pistol whipped’ and tied up Greenwich couple

Two men ‘pistol whipped’ a man and bound his girlfriend in a couple’s Greenwich flat leaving the man in hospital, police said.

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Win a Kindle Paperwhite

Amazon’s record-breaking e-reader has gone from strength to strength with the release of the Kindle Paperwhite. Here’s your chance to get your hands on one of your own, with this great MyOffers competition.

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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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Jose Mourinho wary of touchline ban if Diego Costa comments continue but Walsall win vital

Jose Mourinho admitted losing at Walsall was not an option after Chelsea’s previous Cup shocks, but the Blues boss was coy over Diego Costa’s three-match ban

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‘We have got to have the fighting mentality’ Chelsea clash vital for under-pressure Newcastle boss

Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren has told his players to stop feeling sorry for themselves and turn their season around against Chelsea.

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Tech City: App to cut down food wastage by giving to neighbours in need

After reports showing that more than £12billion of food is thrown away globally every year, a new app is tackling the issue one community at a time.

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Google’s latest smartphones to launch on 29th September

While the likes of Samsung, Sony and HTC have taken the lion’s share of the market in Android phones, Google has always (with partners) produced its own-branded handsets under the Nexus line. The key advantage being that they were reasonably priced and came without the clutter that other manufacturers add to their version of the operating system.

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VIDEO: See what Petticoat Lane Market was like in 1903

We love this century-old footage of the East End’s famous Petticoat Lane Market.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Man chucked woman’s phone out of train window at London Bridge

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Intruders ‘pistol whipped’ and tied up Greenwich couple

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8 jaw-dropping pictures of a pole dancer on the Tube

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Couple filmed ‘having sex’ on Charlton Athletic pitch

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TfL ticket inspector, 58, brutally ‘punched in the face’

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