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November 15, 2017
London's mayor attacks police cuts after four murders in four days

London's mayor attacks police cuts after four murders in four days

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has said he is "incredibly concerned" about a recent spate of murders in the capital - placing the blame for rising violence on "massive cuts" to police resources.

Weather warning in place as England braces for further storms

Weather warning in place as England braces for further storms

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for large parts of England, ending a brief interlude of sunny weather.

'Chaos and confusion' hindered London Bridge attack response

'Chaos and confusion' hindered London Bridge attack response

Confusion and communication issues hindered emergency service efforts to help injured victims after the London Bridge terror attack, an inquest has heard.

HIV patients' email addresses made public in privacy breach

HIV patients' email addresses made public in privacy breach

A review has been launched at a health board after the email addresses of almost 40 people living with HIV were made public by accident.

'Grotesque' crab sculpture blocked from being sold abroad

'Grotesque' crab sculpture blocked from being sold abroad

The sale of a £217,000 sculpture of a "truly grotesque" crab with teeth to an overseas buyer has been blocked.

Allegations of malpractice investigated in by-election

Allegations of malpractice investigated in by-election

Five allegations of malpractice relating to the Peterborough by-election which Labour won by 683 votes are being investigated by police.

Hunt agrees '150%' with Trump's criticism of Khan on knife crime

Hunt agrees '150%' with Trump's criticism of Khan on knife crime

Tory leadership contender Jeremy Hunt has said he agrees "150%" with Donald Trump's criticism of Sadiq Khan on knife crime.

Wahaca waiter won't foot bill after customers dine and dash

Wahaca waiter won't foot bill after customers dine and dash

A waiter at Wahaca won't have to pick up the bill after a table he was serving ate their dinner and ran out without paying.

'Substandard' lanes make cycling dangerous, Olympic champion says

'Substandard' lanes make cycling dangerous, Olympic champion says

Hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money is being wasted on "substandard" bicycle lanes that actually make cycling more dangerous, Olympic cycling champion Chris Boardman has said.