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Trafalgar Square church evacuated / Murder probe after woman found dead in Cricklewood

• Murder probe after woman found dead in Cricklewood • Trafalgar Square church evacuated due to ‘suspected chemical incident’ • Ebola victim flown back to Royal Free Hospital 

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Murder probe after woman found dead in Cricklewood

Police have launched a murder investigation after the body of a woman in her forties was found at an address in Melrose Avenue.

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Trafalgar Square church evacuated due to ‘suspected chemical incident’

Emergency services evacuated 20 people from St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Square this morning after a bag containing suspicious-looking chemicals was found.

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Ebola victim flown back to Royal Free Hospital

An Ebola nurse is in an isolation ward at the Royal Free Hospital with the disease - for the second time.

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Police watchdog launches investigation after man shot by officers in Queen’s Park

An investigation into the shooting of a man by police officers in Queen’s Park this morning has been launched by an independent watchdog.

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Win £1,000 to spend at Boots

Cosmetics, toiletries, vitamins and more.

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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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England predicted XI: Spurs star earns start alongside Arsenal duo and Chelsea defender

England take on Estonia on Friday night in their penultimate Euro 2016 qualifier.

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“I meant it” West Ham man plays unlikely role in historic Irish result

Darren Randolph set up a goal for the first time in his career and kept Germany at bay on his competitive Republic of Ireland debut.

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Microsoft reveals its first laptop, the Surface Book – and the Surface Pro 4, Lumia 950 and Band 2

We’ve had Apple and Google release their latest products, but this week it was Microsoft’s turn – and boy, did it surprise everyone. After several years of disappointing launches, rescued only by the occasional glimmer of potential from its Surface line-up, Microsoft’s brightest and best took to the stage in New York to unleash an onslaught of mouth-watering new hardware.

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Apple Music – 3 months on, your trial is up, so should you pay?

Apple Music was supposed to revolutionise the way we enjoy music online. It’s been out for three months now, and that’s a very important date for the service. That’s because everyone who uses Apple devices got a three-month free trial to the service, which is now coming to an end. So is Apple Music worth the cash or should you head back to Spotify?

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Best halloween nights out in London 2015

It’s spooky and there is often alcohol involved (for adults only of course) - what’s not to love about halloween? If you don’t know where to go out in London on Saturday October 31, look no further. Here is our guide to the capital’s halloween hollows...

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Mystery: Kitten found ‘inside a solid wall’ in east London

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Trafalgar Square church evacuated due to ‘suspected chemical incident’

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World Naked Bike Ride 2015 returns to London

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Manhunt in Maida Vale after two broad daylight sex attacks

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Police line streets after huge fight outside Walthamstow Central station

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