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  1. Teen facing jail for plotting Lee Rigby copycat killingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2015 | This is Local London

    A teenage terrorist is facing jail for grooming a young man with learning difficulties to carry out a Lee Rigby copycat killing. Kazi Islam, 18, tried to persuade 19-year-old Harry Thomas to buy the ingredients for a pipe bomb and to attack one or more soldiers with a kitchen knife or meat cleaver on his command.

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  2. Teen jailed over terror groomingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | Hillingdon Times

    Kazi Islam was found guilty at the Old Bailey of a bungled terror plot to groom a young man with learning difficulties A teenage terrorist has been sentenced to eight years for grooming a young man with learning difficulties to carry out a Lee Rigby copycat killing. Kazi Islam, 19, tried to persuade 19-year-old Harry Thomas to buy the ingredients for a pipe bomb and to attack one or more soldiers with a kitchen knife or meat cleaver on his command.

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  3. Teen Jailed For Lee Rigby Copycat Attack PlotRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | LBC 97.3

    A teenage terrorist has been jailed for trying to persuade a man with learning difficulties to carry out a Woolwich-style attack. Kazi Islam, 19, was given an eight-year prison sentence for grooming 19-year-old Harry Thomas in a bid to get him to murder soldiers in the way that Lee Rigby had been killed.

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  4. Custody for 'bedroom jihadist' who groomed youth with learning...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | News Shopper

    Custody for 'bedroom jihadist' who groomed youth with learning difficulties to carry out Lee Rigby copycat killing Custody for teenage terror-plotter Kazi Islam from Newham who groomed youth with learning difficulties to murder soldier in Lee Rigby copycat killing Kazi Islam was found guilty at the Old Bailey of a bungled terror plot to groom a young man with learning difficulties A teenage terror-plotter has been sentenced to eight years for grooming a young man with learning difficulties to carry out a Lee Rigby copycat killing. Kazi Islam, 19, tried to persuade 19-year-old Harry Thomas to buy the ingredients for a pipe bomb and to attack one or more soldiers with a kitchen knife or meat cleaver on his command.

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  5. Terror teen sentenced for 'callously' grooming pal to commit Lee Rigby-style attackRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | Newham Recorder

    A teenager who groomed his vulnerable autistic friend into carrying out a Lee Rigby-style terrorist attack has been jailed for eight years. Kazi Islam, of Meanley Road, Manor Park, groomed 19-year-old Harry Thomas, who has Asperger's syndrome and ADHD, into making a pipe bomb in a bid to carry out an attack on two soldiers - inspired by the murder of Fusilier Rigby two years ago.

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    May 29, 2015 | Daily Star

    TERROR: Kazi Islam, 18, groomed a boy with Asperger's in order to make him carry out a Lee Rigby-style killing [PA] Kazi Islam , 18, attempted to make 19-year-old Harry Thomas buy the ingredients for a pipe bomb and to attack soldiers with a meat cleaver or kitchen knife on his command. The sick teen also tried to convince Harry to call himself Haroon and told him stories of innocent children being murdered by military forces in order to radicalise him.

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  7. Teen facing jail for plotting Lee Rigby copycat killingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | This is Local London

    A teenage terrorist is facing jail for grooming a young man with learning difficulties to carry out a Lee Rigby copycat killing. Kazi Islam, 18, tried to persuade 19-year-old Harry Thomas to buy the ingredients for a pipe bomb and to attack one or more soldiers with a kitchen knife or meat cleaver on his command.

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  8. Ealing handball girls take bronze at London Youth GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | Ealing Times

    EALING'S female handball team finished third at the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games competition on Saturday at the Copper Box Arena on the Olympic Park. They produced some impressive early form, including a 7-0 win over Camden, to book a place in the knockout stages.

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  9. Pay war looms as Britain prepares for summer of STRIKESBRITS face a summer of non-stop strikes.Read the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2015 | Daily Star

    A threatened bank holiday strike by railway staff was called off at the last minute after a pay deal was struck. "What many of these disputes have in common are workers resisting cuts to terms and conditions or employers not offering pay rises that keep up with price" But workers at steel giant Tata are being balloted for strikes over pensions.

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  10. UK Government warned it faces industrial unrest over cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2015 | IcNetwork

    The Government has been warned it faces resistance to cuts amid an increase in industrial unrest since the general election. A threatened bank holiday rail strike was averted after Network Rail improved a pay offer, but many other disputes have broken out, or worsened, since the Conservatives took power.

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  11. No fines for dog fouling issued for three years by St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath councilsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2015 | East Anglian Daily Times

    St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath councils have been urged to fine irresponsible dog owners for not picking up after their pets St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath councils have been criticised after it was revealed neither has issued a fine for dog fouling over the last three years. Ernie Broom, of Bury St Edmunds' Howard estate where dog fouling has been an issue on playing fields, has called for the councils to "fine heavily and set an example so people think twice before doing it".

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  12. Council: Havering will not join other boroughs in suing government over fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2015 | Romford Recorder

    Havering Council will not join other boroughs in suing the government over central funding, but its leader did not rule out the possibility of such action in the future. Cllr Roger Ramsey said he would be "keeping an eye" on developments as outer-London boroughs including Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham take legal action to demand more money.

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  13. Chadwell Heath murders: Council colleagues will miss 'popular' Shighi RethishkumarRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2015 | Romford Recorder

    Colleagues of Shighi Rethishkumar have said she will be missed after the mother and her teenage twin daughters were found dead at their home in Chadwell Heath. The 37-year-old and 13-year-old twins Neha and Niya were discovered at the flat in Juniper Court, off Grove Road, on Tuesday.

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  14. Newest Jewish MP Ruth Smeeth says victory was 'bittersweet'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2015 | Jewish Chronicle

    Britain's newest Jewish MP has told of the emotional moment when she entered the House of Commons chamber for the first time after being elected. She won with 15,429 votes - a majority of 4,836 - five years after losing in the Burton-on-Trent constituency.

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  15. Why some local authorities are missing the point of open data - and what to do about itRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2015 | Computer Weekly

    Dan Hubert was driving into London's West End to see a show. He circled the roads around the theatre trying to find a parking space.

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  16. Labour's Jon Cruddas steps down from shadow cabinet to lead a review into why Labour lostRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2015 | The Independent

    Jon Stone is a reporter for independent.co.uk mainly covering politics. He has previously worked for PoliticsHome, BuzzFeed, and others.

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  17. Huge rise in dog mess complaints in Oxford but only two fines issued last yearRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2015 | Oxford Mail

    Reporter Alex Regan flags up the trail of dog mess left by owners at Hollow Way recreation ground in Oxford Picture: Damian Halliwell In 2014 the council received 1,397 complaints about dog mess not cleared by owners, in comparison to 833 complaints in 2013. And from January to April, not a single person has been fined for not clearing dog mess despite 459 complaints being lodged with the council.

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  18. Doody Duty: London cops are DNA testing dog poop to track down lazy ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2015 | Digital Trends

    Is there anything worse than stepping in a hot pile of dog crap? It's horrible. That awful squish under your shoe; the stench rising up into your nostrils; the futile attempts to wipe it off on the grass while your friends laugh at you - the whole experience is quite unpleasant.

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  19. Labour's duo Margaret Hodge and Jon Cruddas win in Barking and DagenhamRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2015 | Romford Recorder

    The former chair of the Public Accounts Committee will continue her reign over Barking after it was announced tonight she will hold on to the constituency she's represented since 1994. A total of 43,176 votes were cast in Barking with a turn out of 58.36 per cent, a drop of 3.44pc since 2010.

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  20. Redbridge Council joins neighbouring councils in legal challenge against governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2015 | Ilford Recorder

    The cash-strapped authority has joined other outer-London boroughs including Newham and Barking and Dagenham, in the unprecedented action, which could culminate in a judicial review. But the timing of the challenge came under-fire from opposition councillors, with leader of Redbridge Conservatives Paul Canal branding it an "empty political gesture".

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