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Mental health patient killed by train after running away from Chelmsford clinic

A man has died after being hit by a train following his escape from a mental health facility.

Shocking moment man hit by car in hit and run during police chase in Uxbridge

Shocking footage shows the moment a pedestrian is mowed down at a zebra crossing by a car during a police chase and left with life-changing injuries.

Things to do in London this weekend, October 30 – November 2

Halloween might be this weekend, but it’s these last few days that have really been the horror, with Tier 2 rules and the 10pm curfew continuing to dampen all the fun as ever-loudening rumours arrive of a second lockdown. 

Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds to hold first joint televised address on Sunday

Boris Johnson and his fiancee Carrie Symonds are to hold their first joint TV appearance this weekend.

Fulham vs West Brom: Premier League prediction, team news, TV channel, live stream, odds, h2h results

Fulham will be desperate to pick up their first win of the Premier League season when they host fellow newcomers West Brom on Monday night. 

Children’s Commissioner Anne Longfield joins Hammersmith Bridge row as pupils face winter school run misery

The Children’s Commissioner today waded into the row over the closure of Hammersmith Bridge saying it was “extremely disappointing” that pupils will be forced to make arduous trips in the dark to school over winter.

Chelsea to wrap Thiago Silva in cotton wool during ‘unforgiving’ season, says Frank Lampard

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is planning to wrap Thiago Silva in cotton wool during this “unforgiving” season to ensure the veteran centre-half remains fit.

Sky History cancels The Chop: Britain’s Next Top Woodworker following Nazi tattoo controversy

The channel has previously denied that the tattoos on one of the woodworking show’s contestants have any “political or ideological meaning”.

‘Armageddon scenario’ – Government warned justice could be derailed by 200,000 court backlog in four years

Criminal justice in the UK could “cease to function” in the next four years without radical reform, analysts have warned,  amid predictions that the backlog of cases could rocket to almost 200,000 by 2024.  

Ariana Grande – Positions review: A loved-up ode in the simplest terms

On her 2018 single, Thank U, Next, Ariana Grande’s past boyfriends were given a line each. The new one, high end LA estate agent Dalton Gomez, gets this entire album to himself. Positions is a loved-up wallow in every aspect of a newish serious relationship, from relaxed domesticity to worries about whether this one can…

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