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London Mayor calls for vigilance in the wake of train blast

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has spoken of his shock following an explosion on a train at Parsons Green station.

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Emergency services remain on the scene of London Tube explosion

18 people have been taken to hospital following an explosion on a train at Parsons Green although none are thought to be in a serious condition.

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Probe into impact of social media on criminal trials

Judges, solicitors and victims’ groups are being asked to submit evidence to the Attorney General about the impact of social media on criminal trials.

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N.Korea fires another missile over Japan deepening tensions

North Korea has fired a missile that over Japan into the Pacific Ocean on Frida, deepening tensions after Pyongyang's recent test of its most powerful nuclear bomb.

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Man arrested after attacking soldier in Paris

A man has been arrested after attacking a soldier on a counter-terrorism patrol in Paris, the latest in a series of strikes targetting troops.

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Large fire causes severe disruption for rail passengers

A large fire at a factory in London is causing severe disruption on the trains with National Rail warning passengers to expect delays and cancellations for much of the day.

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Brits positive about immigration, according to poll

​The frontline states of Europe's migrant crisis, Turkey and Italy, are most worried about immigration, while Britain has become much less concerned.

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68% increase in the number of people arrested for terror offences

The number of people arrested in Britain on suspicion of terrorism offences rocketed by 68 percent in the last year to the highest figure on record.

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Red Cross Appeal raises £1.3m for Hurricane Irma victims

In the first week since Hurricane Irma struck the Caribbean, the British Red Cross appeal has raised over £1.3 million.

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Inquiry promises to uncover truth about London fire that killed 80

A public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire has begun, with its chairman promising to explain the causes of what he called “a tragedy unprecedented in modern times”.

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Criminal probe opens into 8 deaths at Florida nursing home

Eight elderly patients have died after being left inside a stifling South Florida nursing home that lost power during Hurricane Irma..

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Teenage boys killed in school blaze in Malaysian capital

A fire at an Islamic boarding school for boys has killed at least 24 people, most of them students, in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur.

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Security at Prince George's school to be reviewed

​A woman has been arrested in London on suspicion of attempted burglary.

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Five die in Florida nursing home after Irma cuts power

Hurricane Irma has claimed five more lives, patients at a Florida nursing home that lost electricity during the storm .

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Police officer investigated after Rashan Charles death

The dad-of-one died after being restrained by police in a shop in London

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Britons will regret Brexit - Juncker

In his annual State of the European Union speech, Juncker sketched out a vision of a post-2019 EU.

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Unemployment drops to lowest level since 1975

But wages slipped further behind the cost of living, taking some of the urgency out of a Bank of England debate on when interest rates might rise.

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Police still hunting for jogger who pushed woman in front of bus

The Met Police have released a new CCTV image of the man - who has yet to be identified.

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Returning Florida evacuees stunned by Irma's wreckage

Hurricane Irma evacuees have begun returning to the storm-ravaged Florida Keys where an estimated 25 percent of all dwellings have been destroyed.

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Storm Aileen batters Britain with winds of 75mph

The first named storm of the season, Storm Aileen, is battering Britain with strong winds and driving rain.

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Foreign Secretary visits hurricane hit islands

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has travelled to the Caribbean to visit British Overseas Territories devastated by Hurricane Irma.

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