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Image caption Official figures show one in six rail passengers were standing in the morning and evening peaks before coronavirus One in six train passengers had to stand due to overcrowding in the pre-Covid rush hour, new figures suggest. Department for Transport (DfT) data for autumn 2019 shows 19% of peak time passengers in London […]

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image copyrightDawn Mellor A giant George Michael mural has been unveiled in the area where the late-singer grew up. The artwork is in Kingsbury, north west London, where the Wham! star lived and went to school until his early teens. Featuring scenes from Michael’s 80s music videos, the nine-metre high mural has been installed as […]

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Image copyright Getty Images England and Scotland are reducing the amount of people allowed to meet socially to six, amid a rise in coronavirus cases. What do the new rules mean and how will they be enforced? What are the new rules on socialising? In England, the new limit of six people from multiple households […]

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Image copyright Reuters The UK coronavirus testing system is struggling to cope with demand, meaning some people with symptoms are being asked to drive more than 100 miles for a swab test. Government sources said labs were “maxed out” after a rise in people asking for tests in recent weeks. The problem means some people […]

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Image copyright Family handout Image caption Nóra Quoirin went missing from her room on 4 August 2019 The room a teenage girl was staying in when she disappeared from a Malaysian jungle resort had a broken window handle, an inquest heard. The body of 15-year-old Nóra Quoirin, from London, was found after a huge search […]

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Coronavirus is continuing its spread across the world, with more than 22 million confirmed cases in 188 countries. Nearly 800,000 people have lost their lives. Cases of the disease are continuing to surge in many countries, while others which had apparent success in suppressing initial outbreaks are now seeing infections rise again. Confirmed cases around [...] Read more

New cycle lanes are making it difficult for wheelchair users to hail taxis in London, according to campaigners. Pop-up cycle lanes have been introduced across London as part of a £5bn package to encourage greener modes of transport, but the lanes mean taxis are often unable to pull up to the pavement. Disability equality consultant […]

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Image copyright Museum of the Home Image caption The statue of Sir Robert Geffrye is on the almshouses which make up the Museum of the Home A London museum is to retain a statue of merchant Sir Robert Geffrye despite a consultation finding that most people wanted it removed. The statue of Sir Robert, who […]

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Unai Emery led Arsenal to last season’s Europa League final Former Arsenal manager Unai Emery has been appointed as manager of La Liga side Villarreal on the three-year deal. The 48-year-old Spaniard succeeds Javi Calleja, who left the club despite a fifth-placed finish that secured a Europa League spot. Emery has been out of work […]

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