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THYL Results 

Emdad Rahman U8s Newark A 5 vs Newark B 3 Newark A Goals: Imtiaz Islam 2, Yassine Ahmed 2, Adam Baiche 1 MOTM Yassine Ahmed​ Newark B Goals: Arafat Hossain 2, Sulaiman Ahmed 1 MOTM Arafat Hossain U9s Newark 4 ...

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“Shabby racist” sent to jail

A MAN WHO attacked a pregnant woman in a supermarket car park last August, kicking her in the stomach and hitting her husband with a wine bottle, has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison after he admitted racially-aggravated ...

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Strong, stable May does weak wobble

THERESA MAY has finally responded to her top colleagues’ Mayday call – and U-turned on her flagship social care policy just days after she invented it. The Prime Minister – who called a “cut and run” General Election to avoid ...

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Rushanara Ali: where have you been?

LABOUR’S official candidate for Bethnal Green & Bow, Rushanara Ali, seems to be suffering from “May’s disease” – a distaste for appearing on TV alongside her main rival. This is Ms Ali’s third General Election as a candidate, but knowing ...

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Was Evha killed by second raft?

DETAILS EMERGING from the investigation into the death of Evha Jannath at Drayton Park have raised the horrendous possibility that the 11 year old did not lose conciousness but was mown down by a second raft. Evha was on a ...

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NCL to provide aerobics for women

Emdad Rahman THE NATIONAL Cricket League (NCL) will continue to lead on the Waltham Forest Cricket Strategy, Pathway & Regeneration Programme and is pleased to announce a free eight-week programme of aerobics and exercise sessions for women in the Leytonstone area.  ...

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Weavers FC clinch the ILFL Winter League

Emdad Rahman WEAVERS FC followed up their recent Sonali Othith Masters championship win by being crowned The Veterans League Premier Division winter champions in the Inner London Football League (ILFL).  The title was in the balance as the final fixtures ...

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