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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionCrowds fill Whitehall in central London to protest against Boris Johnson’s plans to suspend Parliament Demonstrations have been taking place across the UK against Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament in the run-up to Brexit. Thousands of protesters took to the streets in cities including Manchester, Leeds, […]

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Michael Klinger’s century was just his eighth in 204 Twenty20 matches Michael Klinger’s 102 not out off 65 balls saw Gloucestershire progress to the knockout stages of the T20 Blast as they beat Kent by five runs. Second-placed Gloucs scored 180-3 before restricting the third-placed Spitfires to 175-8 at Canterbury. Elsewhere and Essex and Hampshire […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption People on Bournemouth beach enjoy the record-breaking temperatures It has been the hottest late August bank holiday weekend ever – with temperatures reaching 33.3C (91.94F) in west London. The Met Office confirmed the new record temperature, which was set at Heathrow. It beats the previous record of 31.5C (88.7F), […]

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For the costume designers, dancers and musicians preparation is everything in the lead up to the Notting Hill Carnival. Groups such as Mangrove Steelband spend a full year preparing for the weekend’s festivities and the Indigo Prxject have been rehearsing over the last two months. More than one million people are expected to join the […]

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Image copyright Siemens/ PA Image caption A proposed design for a HS2 train The government is launching a review of high-speed rail link HS2 – with a “go or no-go” decision to be made by the end of the year, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said. The review will consider whether and how the project […]

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Image copyright Google Image caption The £650,000 one-bedroom flat is on Ashmere Grove in Brixton An advert for a raffle for a £650,000 south London flat has been banned after a watchdog found the promotion had not been administered fairly. Two people complained and said Raffle House had changed its method of entry mid-way through […]

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A resident left traumatised by his view of Grenfell Tower carried out a safety test in his block of flats which he claims shows fire doors are not working properly. Paul Croucher ignited smoke pellets that sent smoke up to the top floor of his 17-storey block in west London. Westminster Council said it was […]

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Image copyright PA Image caption The Empire Windrush ship brought the first West Indies immigrants to Britain in the 1950s London’s Waterloo Station is to house a monument to the Windrush generation, the prime minister has announced. Theresa May said the monument would be seen by “millions of people from all around the world” every […]

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