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Bow stabbing: man convicted

LAST NOVEMBER an off-duty plain clothes police officer was stabbed in an alleyway near the Bow Bells pub in Bow Road. On Friday, 26th May, Andrew Beadie was found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm with intent in carrying out that ...

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Four East Londoners on terror charges

FOUR MEN FROM East London have today (Thursday, 25th May) been charged with offences under the Terrorism Act. They were arrested on Wednesday, 17th May following a counter-terrorism investigation. They have been remanded in custody and will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on ...

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Housing market stagnates

MOHAMMAD JAMEL, a senior economist at the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), has said that the housing market seems to be “moving sideways”. He was speaking after the CML released figures showing that mortgages worth £18.4 billion had been advanced ...

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Should Muslims do more?

THE BBC WAS FILMING Mohamed Fadiel, who lives in Manchester but is of Libyan heritage, outside Didsbury Mosque in Manchester. So when a passer-by stopped to tell Mohamed that Muslims should do more to control their communities, he was caught ...

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Manchester: why is USA involved?

QUESTIONS ARE being asked about why the USA has been kept so closely informed about the Manchester suicide bombing. It began on the night, when US officials were the first to announce that the explosion in the Manchester Arena had ...

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