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Christian leaders, including the minister of St Mark’s Methodist Church in the High Road, are offering practical community support after the Tottenham riots.
A member of the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) has said it is "make or break" time for the police, following allegations of bribery.
Trains carrying highly radioactive nuclear waste which normally pass through the Olympic Park will be suspended during the Olympics.
New figures reveal that one in four London children are living in overcrowded homes.
Brent Borough Council has denied discriminating against Christians. Critics of the claim of discrimination say that it does not stand up under scrutiny.
Refugee community organisations are among 23 charities facing eviction from a centre in London to make way for a 'free school'.
A High Court judge has refused to overturn Newham Council's decision to expand London City Airport. Campaigners are now considering an appeal.
New research confirms that Government cuts to Local Housing Allowance (LHA) will increase the segregation of rich and poor areas in London.
Environmental campaigners are urging a freedom of information tribunal to reject government attempts to keep information on London air pollution secret.
The High Court has triggered sharp criticism from civil liberties campaigners by approving the eviction of peaceful demonstrators, including Brian Haw, from Parliament Square.
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Early this morning (27 June 2016), members of Christian peace groups blocked the three entrances to AWE Burghfield using super glue and arm tubes...
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