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Man pulls knife on queue jumper at London petrol station as fuel crisis intensifies

A car passenger pulled out a knife on a driver who had allegedly tried to jump the queue at a London petrol station in the ongoing fuel crisis, a witness claims.

Natalie Bignell: Woman, 26, paralysed after being shot in crossfire in Hackney

A woman shot in crossfire in Hackney’s London Fields has detailed her road to recovery after being paralysed by the stray bullet.

Penka Petkova: Cello player, 26, missing after failing to appear for concert

A prestigious cello player is missing after failing to appear at a concert, with concerned friends saying her phone has been switched off.

Grandfather prepares for 37th consecutive London Marathon after Covid-19 battle

Harmander Singh, 62, said it took him four months to get back to running after the virus

Sabina Nessa: Vigil to be held for murdered primary school teacher

Sabina Nessa had been walking to meet a friend at a pub near her home last Friday when she was killed

Marble Arch Mound: Thousands now FLOCK to derided attraction as spectacular light show draws crowds

The much pilloried £6m hillock has achieved unlikely cult status

Northern Line extension opens serving Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms in Tube’s first expansion this century

Tube trains began serving Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms on Monday morning

Seven LTNs in west London scrapped after failing to improve air quality

Seven of London‘s Low-Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) in west london are to be scrapped after it was found they caused “no material change in air quality“.

Londoners face traffic mayhem this weekend with M25 protest chaos

Londoners trying to escape the capital for a late summer staycation could face chaos on the roads after another day of M25 protests.

Misery for rush hour commuters as severe delays hit Tube

Tube passengers faced rush hour misery on Friday as severe delays his the Circle and District lines.

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