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Editor's ChoiceHospitalised: Cyclist fighting for life after being hit by lorry at Old Street

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Editor's ChoiceFIFA 16: We review the biggest console game of the year

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Editor's ChoiceLondon weather: Hurricane Joaquin to sweep the capital

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Editor's ChoiceIs it fair? Plastic bags now cost 5p and people aren't taking it very well

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Will the High Court stop Uber?

Uber has said new regulations could mean ‘an end to the Uber you know and love’ as the High Court is set to rule on whether it is legal for smartphones to be used to calculate fares by private hire drivers.

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Gallery: Forensic teams continue investigation into Chigwell plane crash

Forensic teams could be seen continuing their investigations into yesterday’s (Sat) tragic plane crash which killed the two pilots aboard.

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Man stabbed in large street fight in Harlesden

A man has been stabbed during a mass street fight in Harlesden this morning.

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Jack the Ripper museum founder is receiving ‘death threats’

The founder of a controversial Jack the Ripper museum in Cable Street has revealed he has received death threats from anti-gentrification protesters and compared them to ‘Hitler’s brownshirts’ - but insists he will not give in to their ‘bullying’ tactics.

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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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Wenger reveals how his tactical tweaks helped Arsenal beat Manchester United

Arsene Wenger was pleased to see his Arsenal side put their midweek disappointment behind them with a 3-0 thrashing of Manchester United.

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‘It’s true I’m fed up’ £40million Arsenal target could seek January switch

Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema insists he is getting fed up with being substituted by Rafa Benitez.

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Google’s launches two new handsets and new Chromecast devices too

As expected, Google last night last night launched two new smartphones under its nexus brand. The handsets are the Nexus 5X, made in collaboration with LG, and the Nexus 6P, made with Huawei. Both handsets have powerful, but not ground-breaking, specifications and look to have excellent cameras too.

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FIFA 16 review: Why EA Sports’ bestselling computer game scored an own goal

FIFA 16 is on the shelves and ready to eat up your evenings but is EA Sports’ newest football game worth investing your hard-earned cash in? We’ve reviewed it for PS4.

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Impressive food and classy surroundings at surprising prices: Galvin Bistrot de Luxe

Galvin Bistrot de Luxe surprises in several ways. Firstly, it’s in Baker Street. This is not where you expect to find a restaurant from the Galvin brothers, whose other efforts have upmarket addresses such as Park Lane and Harrods.

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Huge lorry hits female cyclist at Old Street

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London weather: Hurricane to sweep the capital

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World Naked Bike Ride 2015 returns to London

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Will the High Court stop Uber?

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Man stabbed in large street fight in Harlesden

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LONDON Weather forecast

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Weather Icon Min Temp: 17°C
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