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A vigilante band of Jewish crime fighters helped police detain two men who are appearing in court today charged with burglary offences.
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CORNER BROOK Matthew Krizan, now an award-winning chef, dreams of being able to open a restaurant in his former hometown of Corner Brook.
MAY 20: A water feature is displayed on a stand on a stand at the Chelsea Flower Show on May 20, 2013 in London, England.
The London Underground came into public ownership in 1933. Above, the Piccadilly Line extension in the 1930s.
Parents are celebrating after the Department for Education formally backed plans for a free school to be built in East Finchley.
The head of cash-strapped Wandsworth Council pocketed more than A 200,000 of taxpayers' money, making him the highest paid permanent chief executive in London.
The closing shot in episode seven of Mr. Selfridge had to look the part of 1909 London.
A Rickmansworth charity manager is preparing to undertake his fifth road race to raise funds for a national deaf healthcare charity.
The proposed limit, which has previously been rejected twice by the authority, will be applied to all council-maintained roads in Haringey.
'Even if Justin Welby does turn out to be the church's Gorbachev, it looks as if it really needs someone who can work miracles instead.' Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA "I can show you why the Church of England is completely fucked," said the vicar.
Health workers, trade unionists, campaigners and politicians marched from Jubilee Gardens in South Bank and over Waterloo bridge, where they unfurled a "Save the NHS" banner.
A rising star in Britain's Labour Party, described by some as the "British Barack Obama," Chuka Umunna urged the United Kingdom to more aggressively forge ties with West Africa's fast-growing economies.
Ben Sweet works in the depths and darkness of the London Dungeon is "much better than working in the real world". While most of us are stuck behind desks in nine to five jobs at the office, Ben Sweet works in the depths and darkness of the London Dungeon.