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East End care homes ‘need to improve’ Quality Commission warns

A care home where veteran east London campaigner Carolyn Meriden lives has been named this week as “requiring improvement”.

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World record at the biggest Charleston dance session staged at Spitalfields Market

Swing Patrol break Guinness World Record at Spitalfields for the Charleston

Almost 1,000 people put on their swinging shoes and tripped down to London’s East End to dance their way to a new world record.

Choreography pro Scott Cupit was just 23 short of a-thousand ‘swingers’ for yesterday’s record-breaking mass attempt at the Charleston staged at Spitalfields Market.

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A little girl delighted at stroking a live chicken at George Green's fun day

500 pack George Green’s fayre after Isle of Dogs school’s makeover

Wellwishers packed George Green’s school community fayre in London’s East End after its new ‘makeover’ with organisations across the Isle of Dogs taking part.

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Switched on... youngsters at Gateway's autumn fair [photos: Rehan Jamil]

Tenants vote for £5,000 communal gardens for Gateway housing estates

Families have voted for their social landlords to spend £5,000 on new communal gardens to improve their housing estates in London’s East End.

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Berlin campaign lands in Bethnal Green

Berlin pops up in bid to capture start-ups from Canary Wharf and Old St

The Germans have popped up in London’s East End to entice new high-tech enterprises under the nose of Canary Wharf and Old Street Tech City.

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Tom Hardy... is Ronnie and Reggie Kray

KRAY FILM: Legend gets twins’ voices wrong—claims man who secretly taped them in jail

An ex-Fleet Street journalist who managed to record the Krays on tape when they were behind bars has criticised the film Legend portraying the gangster twins who terrorised London’s East End in the 1950s and 60s.

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LEGEND FILM: Helgeland tells why he made The Krays into ‘movie heroes’

Hollywood film producer Brian Helgaland has been defending the way he portrays the Krays who ruled the East End’s gangland in the 1960s as “heroes” in his $19 million blockbuster Legend to a live audience at its pre-screening.

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Leyton Orient midfielder Bradley Pritchard and stand-in captain Sean Clohessy (2) put pressure on Crawley's Gwion Edwards (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Crawley defeat a setback, says Clohessy

Orient’s vice-captain disappointed with loss at weekend and gives his views on the red card to Alan Dunne

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Toby exit the Premier Cup

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Leyton Orient midfielder Bradley Pritchard is put under pressure by a Crawley Town opponent (pic: Simon O'Connor),

Leyton Orient player ratings: Pritchard puts in a shift

George Sessions provides player ratings following the 3-2 defeat at Crawley Town

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Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Hendon disappointed with Crawley loss but focused on Orient job

Brisbane Road boss reflects on frustrating 3-2 defeat at Crawley Town and discusses his old manager at West Ham taking the Sunderland job

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Leyton Orient head coach Ian Hendon (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Hendon disappointed with Crawley loss but focused on Orient job

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