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Job losses and a shift to remote working led many young people to leave the capital. Fewer workers and tourists have reportedly led to a decrease in rents in some London boroughs. According to housing website Zoopla the City of London has seen a six per cent drop in rents since the start of Lockdown. […]

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Image copyright Jacob King/PA Image caption Students at Birstnall Academy, Oldbury were among those to get their GCSE grades GCSE passes for England’s pupils, in the most disrupted academic year in UK history, have risen dramatically. Grades have been awarded by schools, after exams were cancelled, and data shows 78.8% of papers were rated grade […]

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Image caption Insp Charles Ehikioya has served with the Met for more than two decades A black police inspector is suing the Met Police for racial harassment after being stopped in his car by two white officers. Insp Charles Ehikioya recorded the incident in which he said officers stopped him without justification as he drove […]

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Image copyright PA Media The public’s appetite for working from home and local lockdowns if a Covid-19 vaccine cannot be found appears to be growing, research suggests. King’s College London (KCL) has been tracking attitudes during the pandemic. Results from a survey reveal that 86% believe that, until a vaccine is found, workers should be […]

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Arsenal have signed Brazil midfielder Willian on a three-year deal after the 32-year-old’s contract with Chelsea expired. The Blues had offered the player a new deal but were unwilling to match what the Gunners had on the table. “I believe he’s a player that can really make a difference for us,” said Arsenal boss Mikel […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption Dawn Butler said she was pulled over by police while travelling through Hackney A senior Met Police official has condemned the “trial by social media” faced by officers who stopped a car carrying a Labour MP. Former shadow equalities minister Dawn Butler accused the force of racial profiling after […]

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Image copyright @Fazel1986 Image caption About 26 local residents left premises surrounding the blaze About 100 firefighters have tackled a blaze which spread through a row of shops in east London. The fire started in a mid-terrace shop in Sherrard Road, in Forest Gate, Newham, and spread through four neighbouring premises and two flats. London […]

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Image copyright EPA Face coverings have become mandatory in more indoor settings in England and Scotland following a recent spike in coronavirus cases. Places where coverings must now be worn in both countries include museums, places of worship and aquariums. Other new settings in England include cinemas and funeral homes, and in Scotland banks and […]

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Image copyright Reuters Sweeping changes to England’s planning system will “be faster, but also build better quality homes”, Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has said. Under draft laws, first revealed on Sunday, developers will be granted “automatic” permission to build homes and schools on sites for “growth”. It follows Boris Johnson’s pledge to “build back better” […]

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Image copyright PA Image caption Geoff Pugh said he was only at the car park for 23 minutes A motorist says he was “flabbergasted” to receive a £90 parking fine after taking a drive-through coronavirus test at a car park. Geoff Pugh, 52, was handed the penalty after taking his wife and two children for […]

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