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Image copyright Getty Images Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged shoppers to be sensible when buying food. His comments come after shoppers have been emptying shelves around the UK following the coronavirus outbreak. So can panic-buying be controlled and what are supermarkets doing to restock shelves? How many people are panic-buying? Social media is full […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Works on London Bridge are expected to last until October London Bridge has been closed to most private vehicles for seven months while major road works are carried out. Buses, licensed taxis, motorcycles and bikes are the only modes of transport allowed to use the central London crossing, until […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption Supt Robyn Williams has been sacked for gross misconduct after a 36-year police career One of the UK’s most senior black female police officers has been sacked after her conviction for possessing a video clip of child abuse. Supt Robyn Williams was ruled by Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Helen […]

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The likes of Ed Sheeran and Passenger began their careers by busking on the streets. Musicians Ben Dixon and David Fisher, who ply their trade in central London, hope to follow in their footsteps. But they fear plans to introduce busking licenses in response to noise complaints could stop them performing in Westminster. The two […]

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Britain is often called a “melting pot” of culture. Each ingredient could represent a different way of life. But what if they do not mix together? And instead the ingredients just sit there, waiting to be cooked? When Stephanie noticed nobody in her friendship group was white, she began to question if Britain was really […]

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The Duchess of Sussex surprised an entire school of children to mark International Women’s Day – although she didn’t realise her visit was unexpected. Ahead of the day, the Duchess of Sussex met pupils in Dagenham in east London on Friday. There was a lot of screaming, cheering and some cheeky statements from pupils who […]

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If you’ve travelled on the London Underground you’ll know how hot it can get. But what if the stifling air could be put to good use? At Islington’s derelict City Road station, a huge fan extracts warm air from the Northern Line tunnels and sends it to an energy centre above ground. It is used […]

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FA Cup: Chelsea 2-0 Liverpool highlights Ross Barkley said it was “a dream” to score against Liverpool as the midfielder helped Chelsea reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. The result meant Liverpool suffered their second successive defeat of this stellar season in a highly-competitive encounter at Stamford Bridge. Liverpool made seven changes to the […]

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Image copyright DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images Image caption Critics say the plans will not make a difference as traffic in central London is so slow-moving A speed limit of 20mph has been imposed on all central London roads managed by Transport for London (TfL) in a bid to reduce road deaths. All TfL roads within the […]

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Jade Cuttle is a poet, folk musician and self-confessed plant whisperer. She tunes into the inner music of plants, through electromagnetic waves and an app, and uses it as a springboard for thinking and writing creatively about our close connection to trees and plants. She runs a group for people to better connect with nature […]

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