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Easyjet to sack up to 5k staff and close bases at three airports

Easyjet will sack up to 5,000 staff and close its bases at Stansted, Southend and Newcastle airports Luton-based carrier to close hubs at Stansted, Southend and Newcastle airports Airline announced last month it was reducing its workforce by up to 30 per cent  By Amie Gordon For Mailonline Published: 09:47 EDT, 30 June 2020 | […]

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EastEnders’ new £87m set almost complete as Polish deli is added to reflect modern London

EastEnders’ brand new £87million set appears to almost be complete as aerial photos show workers putting the finishing touches to the buildings. The Queen Vic looks better than ever as it stands tall and centre in the new Borehamwood set. As the frontage of the shops is added, it is apparent that additional businesses have […]

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Coronavirus: Transport for London secures emergency £1.6bn bailout

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Transport for London has had to significantly reduce Tube services because of coronavirus Transport for London (TfL) has secured £1.6bn in emergency funding to keep Tube and bus services running until September. Under the bailout’s terms, London mayor Sadiq Khan is expected to restore a full Underground service as soon […]

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How to watch Gangs Of London for free

pGangs Of London is off to a brilliant but graphic start (2020) Sky Atlantic’s new drama Gangs Of London has already made its mark since it debuted on the channel last week – with an opening scene which left viewers wincing. The gory drama, which introduces us to London’s most important criminal family, the Wallaces, […]

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Pope calls for global solidarity over coronavirus in streamed service from empty St Peter’s Basilica

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby urged crematoriums and local authorities not to treat coronavirus victims ‘like cattle’ and give them a dignified burial. Mr Welby – who normally presides over a congregation of 1,500 people at Canterbury Cathedral on Easter morning – delivered his Easter service on his iPad at his London flat after the […]

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Murder victims to get help to fight for tougher jail sentences under plan from Tory London Mayor hopeful

FAMILIES of murder victims will get extra help to fight for tougher jail sentences under a new plan from the Tory London Mayoral hopeful. Shaun Bailey will set up a new sentencing unit and tsar in City Hall in charge of helping families fight for justice. 2 Jodie Chesney’s family have called for tougher knife […]

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Scotland Yard introduces facial recognition cameras to hunt ‘watchlist’ of 2,500 suspects

The Metropolitan Police today revealed it will start using ‘Big Brother’ facial recognition technology on the streets of London within the next month after eight major trials since 2016. Scotland Yard says the cameras are a fantastic ‘crime-fighting tool’ with a 70 per cent success rate at picking up suspects – but privacy campaigners believe it […]

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Prince Philip spends third night in London hospital

Image copyright PA Media The Duke of Edinburgh has spent a third night in hospital in London being treated for a “pre-existing condition”. The Queen is at the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, where she attended a carol service without 98-year-old Prince Philip on Sunday. He remains at the King Edward VII’s Hospital in central London, […]

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‘Do we have to wait to have a London Bridge incident on Wexford bridge?’ – Verona Murphy insists she’s not a racist

Verona Murphy. Picture: Patrick Browne ‘Do we have to wait to have a London Bridge incident on Wexford bridge?’ – Verona Murphy insists she’s not a racist Independent.ie FORMER Fine Gael candidate Verona Murphy said she has been called a racist for raising “security issues” and questioned if “we have to wait to have a […]

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Subduing Terrorist on London Bridge, He Was Prepared to Die

LONDON — A woman’s scream was the first sign John Crilly had of a terrorist attack. For a moment, he wasn’t sure it signaled real distress, he said, but then “it got a lot louder, a lot more intense.” It sounded like they were both in the same building, the historic Fishmonger’s Hall on the […]

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