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• Clucky escape! Chicken caught with head down casino toilet • Man killed in Bromley motorbike crash • Victoria station evacuated due to fire alert 

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Editor's ChoiceMurder probe: Dead man found in Regent's Canal was Italian art thief

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Editor's ChoiceArsenal: Arsene Wenger hits back over Olympiacos humiliation

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Editor's ChoiceQUIZ: Can you guess the dog breed from their emoji? It's actually quite hard!

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Editor's ChoiceMind the crap: A London train was evacuated after 'human poo' found in carriage

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Clucky escape! Chicken caught with head down casino toilet

In a bizarre crossover between The Hangover and Chicken Run, a wandering and dehydrated bird was rescued after being found lapping up water from a casino toilet bowl in south-west London.

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Man killed in Bromley motorbike crash

A 24-year-old man died last night after his motorcycle collided with a tree in Downe Road in Keston.

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Victoria station evacuated due to fire alert

Victoria Tube and railway station was closed and evacuated this morning due to a suspected fire, but has since reopened

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Family appeal: Teenager, 17, killed after ‘lump of concrete’ thrown at car

A south-east London teenager died after a chunk of concrete was lobbed at the windscreen of his moving car in Brockley and today his family, who are ‘numb with pain’, are asking the public to help find his killers.

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Win £3,000 to spend at Asda

Asda, one of the country’s leading supermarkets, prides itself in being one of the cheapest places to shop, so you can be sure that your money will go a long way here!

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Win £2,500 to spend at Primark

Here’s your chance to treat yourself to a new wardrobe and a whole lot more with this MyOffers competition to win an incredible £2,500 to spend at Primark on whatever you like!

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Stats that show Alexis Sanchez could struggle to battle Manchester United hotshot on Sunday

Alexis Sanchez fired his way back to his best last week after a slow start to the season.

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What happened next? 15 years on from Thierry Henry’s Manchester United stunner

One of the most memorable strikes in Premier League history took place on this day in 2000, but what happened next to Henry and his Arsenal colleagues?

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Google takes on Apple and Microsoft with hybrid tablet-laptop

Apple recently launched its iPad Pro and Microsoft has long had its Surface Pro range, but now Google is getting in on the action with a tablet-laptop hybrid with a detachable keyboard. The new device is called the Google Pixel C (the C is for convertible). It runs the latest version of Android but a clever magnetic keyboard means it’s for more than just browsing and playing.

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Review: iPhone 6s, the best just got better

The iPhone takes on a new dimension with 3D Touch technology - the iPhone 6s is an astonishingly good smartphone in every sense

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Winter is coming! Game of Thrones Halloween Party in Dalston

Whether you’re a White Walker, Night’s Watchman, Wildling, Dragon, Stark or Lannister, leave your differences at the door and party like Winter’s never coming this Halloween.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Walthamstow pervert committed ‘hugely shocking’ crime on south London train

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London Overground train evacuated after ‘human poo’ found in carriage

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DSTRKT protest: Posh London club ‘denies black women entry’ for being ‘too dark’ and ‘too fat’

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Boy, 6, almost snatched off street in Romford

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Harry Potter actor Jamie Waylett jailed for London riots mob violence

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Weather Icon Min Temp: 17°C
Max Temp: 17°C
Wind Direction: ENE
Wind speed: 11 knots

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