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Murder rate in capital revealed as one region records a THIRD...

A THIRD of London's fatal shootings have taken place in just ONE borough - as the number of stabbings makes up more than HALF...

The award-winning Ealing singer who has sold 34 million records around...

Ealing isn’t the most obvious place you’d expect to bump into a world famous musician who has sold tens of millions of albums around...

London teen killings reach highest level since records began

Published: 5:45 PM December 31, 2021 Teenage homicides in London in 2021 have reached the highest level since records began, with 30 deaths this year -...

No need for thermals as New Year’s Eve temperatures set to...

Hats and scarves are staying in the wardrobe as the end of the year approaches,  as the UK enjoys a spell of spring-like weather.Temperatures...

Highlights from theatre production Hex released by Broadway Records – South...

Despite being cancelled until December 22 due to illness, Hex at the National Theatre has found a way to go on...

Daily COVID-19 case records in Middlesex-London and Elgin-Oxford

For the second day in a row, the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) is reporting a...

Warp Records – Head Of Operations (UK)

Warp is a leading independent Record company releasing music by ground-breaking and influential artists including Aphex Twin, Flying Lotus, Danny Brown, Brian Eno, Kelela,...

London NHS employees arrested for making fake Covid vaccine records

Cybercrime officers investigating suspected fake Covid-19 vaccination records have made two arrests. On December 22, a 28-year-old woman from Redbridge was arrested, after...

Two Brits including ‘Nana Baubles’ break Christmas decoration world records |...

Two Britons - including a grandmother who starts decorating her house in...

Covid: UK records 43,676 cases and 149 deaths in latest daily...

The UK recorded 43,676 Covid infections and 149 deaths on Wednesday, according to the latest figures. Infections have increased 14 per cent in a...