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No evidence of ‘foul play’ in blind Homerton golfer’s death

A coroner found no “evidence of foul play” at the second inquest of a blind golfer, after police were alerted over potential “suspicious circumstances” of his death last year.

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Tim Campbell, who won the first series of BBC reality TV show The Apprentice in 2005, running the 2010 London Marathon for the NSPCC. Picture: Nigel Farrow

NSPCC challenge: First The Apprentice winner on helping young people

Fans of The Apprentice may remember the popular show’s first ever winner, Tim Campbell, who shot to fame and a £100,000 contract with the simple line: “you’re hired”.

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General view of Mother Bar at 333 Old Street in Hackney.

Hoxton bar rapped for ‘gangs and violent disputes’

Hoxton bar, Mother 333, whose staff allegedly sent an injured man off to hospital in a taxi with £20 and let his attacker walk away, has had its hours cut back.

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Hackney Town Hall, in Mare Street.

Losing children was ‘hell on earth’

A husband and wife who both won £10,000 damages from Hackney Council after their children were kept in foster care for too long, have described the ordeal as “hell on earth”.

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The hunting knife that was handed to police during the operation

Police purge on Islington/Hackney border sees hunting knife siezed

A hunting knife found at a bus stop and a samurai sword on a housing estate were among weapons recovered during a police operation.

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Punk group Pins: ‘Always meet your heroes, just to see!’

Having supported Sleater-Kinney, Babes in Toyland and Wire this year, this quintet are living the dream, finds Alex Bellotti

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Ross Forder as Hooker and Bob Cryer as Gondorff in The Sting at Wilton's Music Hall

Theatre review: The Sting at Wilton’s Music Hall

This stage version of the classic 1973 film proved a riotous way to re-open Wilton’s Music Hall, says Jill Truman.

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Arsenal defender Gabriel in action (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)

‘He doesn’t really understand!’ Wenger reveals language barrier has helped Arsenal defender

Arsene Wenger has joked that defender Gabriel has been fully focused on playing despite facing a potential suspention, partially because of his inability to speak English.

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Dele Alli in action for Tottenham (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images)

Spurs boss urges caution over Dele Alli amid talk of senior England call-up

Mauricio Pochettino has urged caution over Dele Alli and questioned whether he needs to be fast-tracked into the senior England squad.

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Alex Pritchard is still struggling with an ankle injury sustained during the European Under-21 Championship in the summer

Spurs team news: Tottenham missing four midfielders for Man City clash

Tottenham are missing four midfielders as they prepare to host league leaders Manchester City at White Hart Lane tomorrow, with Ryan Mason, Nabil Bentaleb, Mousa Dembele and Alex Pritchard still out of action.

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Turrell Auguste, 19,

Fight in dock at murder trial

A teenage killer attacked his elder brother in the dock after he helped condemn him to life in jail for stabbing to death Gokhan Durmus, a Turkish youth footballer.

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