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By Giles Broadbent
Tolerance has been taken hostage. Last week, three men were jailed for their actions as part of the east London "Muslim Patrol", a gang of extremists who tried to enforce Sharia law by bullying passers-by, first with megaphones and then with fists.
Bold, iconic jewellery fusing inspirations of London life with the spirit of a young designer are shining out from Duffy's Shoreditch studio.
The east London talent strives to set his creations apart from the rest by bringing the industry back to its roots - constructing each of his items by hand to harness the traditional values of craftsmanship.
The Environment Agency has released a startling image of the impact of the tidal surge on east London if it had not been for the Thames Barrier.
Limehouse's Narrow Street boasts a long-standing reputation as a hotbed for creatives.
The Government launched its National Infrastructure Plan on Wednesday morning unveiling billions of pounds worth of investment.
But business representatives in the capital have said the lack of reference to east London river crossings is a missed opportunity.