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• Severe delays to the entire Metropolitan Line AND Piccadilly Line • Mother bit child on face as ‘witchcraft’ abuse cases soar • Got one of these? You could be breaking the law 

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Editor's ChoiceDiwali 2015: Check out our pictures and video of the Festival of Lights in Trafalgar Square

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Editor's ChoiceMurder probe: Man, 21, stabbed to death in Eastcote bar in front of 40 people

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Severe delays to the entire Metropolitan Line AND Piccadilly Line

A signal failure at Finchley Road Tube station is causing severe delays to all the stations on the Metropolitan Line - and the Piccadilly Line is also suffering due to an earlier faulty train at Manor House.

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Mother bit child on face as ‘witchcraft’ abuse cases soar

Sixty abuse cases involving accusations of witchcraft and exorcism have been reported in London so far this year - including a mother who bit her son on the face because she thought he was a “witch possessed by evil spirits”.

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Got one of these? You could be breaking the law

We’ve all seen them: the dinky plastic ‘swegways’ that look like a child’s version of a Segway and have become the latest craze on London’s pavements.

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Police catch convicted sex offender missing from Edmonton mental health unit

UPDATE: Police have rearrested a sex offender who ‘unlawfully escaped’ from a secure mental health facility in north London.

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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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‘I’ve always been fond of Arsenal’ £33m midfielder drops Gunners hint

William Carvalho has spoken publically of his long-term admiration of Arsenal, a team the Sporting Lisbon midfielder continues to be linked with.

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Media Watch: Giroud, Pedro, Alli, Tomkins, Palace bid and loanee’s Chelsea return

All the main stories from around the web this morning, featuring Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs, West Ham and Crystal Palace.

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FIFA 16 review: EA’s latest football bestseller arrives on Playstation 4

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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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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VIDEO: Explore Aldwych, London’s most famous ‘ghost’ Tube station

If you’ve ever wanted to take a tour of an abandoned Underground station, now is your chance. Aldwych is occasionally open to the public, but tickets always sell out rapidly.

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TODAY'S MOST READ

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Murder probe after man stabbed in neck in Eastcote nightclub

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Mother bit child on face as ‘witchcraft’ abuse cases soar

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Got one of these? You could be breaking the law

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PICTURES: Diwali 2015 in Trafalgar Square

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Police catch convicted sex offender missing from Edmonton mental health unit

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