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Sven Badzak: Teenager becomes third person charged with murdering aspiring lawyer, 22, in Kilburn

A teenager has been charged with murder after an aspiring lawyer was stabbed to death in north-west London.

Unmasked: Commonwealth’s top lawyer guilty of £600,000 fraud

A high-flying lawyer swindled the Commonwealth and a top international legal firm out of more than £600,000 in a series of frauds.

Driver who wrecked £1 million row of supercars on late-night race through Knightsbridge facing jail

Ahmed Al Husseini crashed into a string of luxury cars including a Bentley Bentayga, a £300,000 McClaren, and a Porsche Cayenne

Mitcham: Man, 26, arrested after alleged rape of schoolgirl in south London

A 26-year-old man has been arrested after the alleged rape of a schoolgirl in south London.

Tottenham stabbing: Attempted murder probe after ‘brazen’ knife attack on busy north London high street

Detectives have launched an attempted murder probe after two young men were stabbed on a busy north London high street.

Stratford explosion: Man found dead under debris after large blast in east London flat

A man has been found dead after an explosion at a house in east London.

Murder arrest as woman, 48, found dead at home in Chessington

A 71-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder

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.

15-year-old boy stabbed to death in Wandsworth following fight near Southside shopping centre

Officers on patrol came across a number of males fighting in Garratt Lane shortly before 5pm on Thursday close to the Southside shopping centre.

Latest news

Pep Guardiola feels ‘a bit guilty’ as packed Etihad watches Man City draw 0-0 with Southampton

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola admitted he felt “a bit guilty” after seeing his side held to a goalless draw by Southampton at a packed Etihad.

Business Secretary reassured that gas supply ‘not cause for immediate concern’

He said that protecting customers from huge price rises was ‘an absolute priority’.

Lib Dems hold key to next general election, says Davey

The Lib Dem leader will tell his annual conference that Boris Johnson can only be removed if they take seats from the Tories.

France accuses Britain of hiding in ‘American lap’ in submarine row

Paris furious after Australia cancels a £30bn submarine order following new defence pact with the US and UK.

What the papers say – September 19

Rising gas prices and Boris Johnson’s trip to the US feature among the stories on Sunday’s front pages.