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Police have charged two 18-year-olds in Tower Hamlets with conspiracy to defraud victims out of £168,600.

It is in connection with an investigation into courier fraud in the south west of England. They will appear at Bristol Magistrates Court today.

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A masked gang armed with hammers and an axe, who smashed their way into a luxury watch store at Westfield Stratford City, have been jailed.


As deaths on the tidal River Thames have reached the highest point in four years, the RNLI are warning people to be careful - especially as more people enjoy the river in the summer months.

Fan's Roar: Millwall enjoying life unbeaten

By Rob Virtue on August 20, 2014 7:13 AM |



by Ian Toal

Millwall's great start to the season continued with our first away win of the season at Craven Cottage on Saturday. A massive away following of something like 6,000 witnessed a 1-0 win, as we kept out third clean sheet of the season and Martyn Woolford got the winner.


Detailed claims of voter fraud, intimidation and false representation have been submitted to the High Court by a group contesting the validity of May's Tower Hamlets election.


Deptford's live music festival welcomes Gorgeous George and Kate Tempest to this year's event, starting on Thursday.

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Charlton's Bob Peeters praised his strikers as Addicks won their second game in a row at home in the 3-2 victory over Derby.

The Addicks' manager was also delighted with his side's start to the season, which has seen them with two wins and a draw.

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It's too early to draw any conclusions about this new look Charlton side but the signs so far certainly aren't bad.

For a team tipped almost universally outside south-east London to struggle they'd already seen off Wigan at The Valley before Derby came to town on Tuesday night.


Firefighters battled a blaze in Coldharbour on the Isle of Dogs after flats caught alight on Tuesday.

London Fire Brigade instructed residents in the block to remain in their homes to avoid smoke inhalation.


A Magnolia tree now stands tall on the highest point of Canary Wharf's Crossrail station to mark the beginning of a new roof garden on the seven-storey site.

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