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westham.jpgWest Ham's miserable start to the season continued with a 2-1 defeat at Stoke on Saturday.

The Irons could feel aggrieved having enjoyed the better of the play, while Stoke defender Robert Huth should have been sent off for punching Matthew Upson.

FF-aug6-neilharrisWEB142.jpgNeil Harris was the hat-trick hero as he bagged his second treble of the season as Millwall brushed aside Stockport.

The veteran striker even had the luxury of missing a penalty as the Lions cruised to victory at Edgeley Park on Saturday to boost their promotion hopes.


The Power Of Yes, Lyttelton Theatre

Political playwright David Hare dramatises his own exploration of the banking crisis with input from insiders, experts and observers.

westham.jpgWest Ham travel to Stoke tomorrow looking for their first win since the opening day of the Premier League season.

Gianfranco Zola's team are second bottom of the Premier League and will be without influential midfielder Scott Parker for the game.


Doom. It's all doom at The Valley. Charlton have now gone one game at home without scoring and the oracle that is Kelvin MacKenzie is calling for the head of manager Phil Parkinson.

Four-four-one-one? Four-five-one? Four-four-two? "Whatever it is Parky, change it", cry the Addicks fans from the Upper West. "It's not working."

MillwallLOGO142.jpgMillwall will be without Andy Frampton for tomorrow's trip to Stockport.

Frampton is suspended after being sent off at Swindon last week but the defender is also injured, damaging his ligaments in the incident that saw him dismissed.


Gordon Brown may be feeling the heat as an election approaches but he can find an unlikely supporter in one former sparring partner.

Cherie Blair, who famously in her memoirs accused Brown of hounding her husband Tony out of office, said she was confident Conservative leader David Cameron would not be celebrating in the national vote.

What We're Reading

By Simon Hayes on October 16, 2009 11:25 AM |

Child's Play by Kia Abdullah
Revenge Ink, £7.99

East London author's second novel centres on paedophiles and a secret organisation set up to catch them.


A year after its launch, Waitrose's Community Matters initiative has raised £12,000 for 36 different good causes around Canary Wharf.

The scheme, which allows customers the chance to vote on which of three charities get the biggest slice of £1,000 each month, celebrated its first birthday last Thursday.

bb-oct8-gay.jpgIt has been a huge success but the days of the East London Business Place are numbered.

The free advice and networking service was set up in April last year to help small and medium sized enterprises win contracts and create relationships between suppliers and buyers.

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