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Major delays hit the Jubilee line on Friday morning after reports of a man with a knife at Canary Wharf.

Police searched a train at the station but could not find the offender.


Sam Allardyce said his side could take plenty of positives despite going down to defeat at the hands of Premier League leaders Chelsea at Upton Park on Wednesday night.


Despite a promising start to his West Ham career, finishing as the Hammers top scorer in his 2011/2012 and 2013/2014 seasons with the club, Kevin Nolan still has plenty of critics to contend with.


Reigning champion Nick Matthew has been in fine form ahead of the 2015 Canary Wharf Squash Classic, writes Alan Thatcher.


A new production at Half Moon theatre has been created with help from youngsters from St Anne's Catholic Primary School, in Whitechapel.



by Angela Clarke

If I see another person write "living the dream" next to a photo of them finishing an endurance race or white water rafting, I'll ram their GoPro where the sun don't shine.

Bragging about costly hobbies isn't limited to the internet, but it's online where people get the chance to embrace the cringe-worthy language of: #hero, #inspiration, and Yolo (You Only Live Once).


How quickly the gloss fades. A few weeks back Irons boss Sam Allardyce was fielding questions about a possible European slot.

But now after another home defeat - albeit against the Champions elect - West Ham have settled into their default mid-table position.


Girl power, fitness and fun are at the core of Credit Suisse's first female football tournament to mark International Women's Day 2015.



By Tabitha Ronson

It's supposed to promote reading and publishing but, at Master A's school, World Book Day has evolved into a whole lot more...

As with every aspect of Master A's school life this celebration of literature - marked today (Thursday) has turned into a competition - between the mums.

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Lutfur Rahman's election agent said having the right candidate in power did not need to be achieved through "an open and transparent process".

Cllr Alibor Choudhury, who is cabinet member for resources and a member of Tower Hamlets First, made the statement while giving evidence at the High Court on Tuesday.

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