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Man impaled on fence at Wembley / Mayor candidates would all pedestrianise Oxford Street

• Mayor candidates: ‘We would pedestrianise Oxford Street’ • Two broad daylight sex attacks spark manhunt in Maida Vale • Man impaled on fence at Wembley Stadium 

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Mayor candidates: ‘We would pedestrianise Oxford Street’

Five major candidates for Mayor of London, including Sadiq Khan, Zac Goldsmith and Sian Berry, have said they would close Oxford Street to traffic.

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Manhunt in Maida Vale after two broad daylight sex attacks

Two women have been sexually assaulted in Maida Vale just two hours apart on a Sunday morning - and now police have released an image of a man they want to speak to about the sick attacks.

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Man impaled on fence at Wembley Stadium

A man was rushed to hospital after becoming impaled on a fence near Wembley Stadium om Sunday evening.

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn heads to Tory party conference

Jeremy Corbyn is due to speak at a protest against postal cuts in Manchester today, as his rival party meets in the city for its conference.

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Win £1,000 to spend at Topshop

Just imagine what you could do with £1,000 to spend at Topshop.

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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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Jose Mourinho to bide his time over appeal as Chelsea’s season only gets worse

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has two days to respond to a misconduct charge from the Football Association as his problems this season show no sign of abating.

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West Ham keeper can’t believe these bad starts

Hammers star Adrian is celebrating his new contract at Upton Park and looking to the future

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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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VIDEO: Whizz round 1950s London in a black cab

We love this vintage video from the British Pathe archives, shot in the back of a classic London taxi.

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