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Two moped muggers described by a judge as “personal crime waves” have been sentenced to more than three years detention.

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Navigating divorce or separation when there are children involved can be emotionally difficult and confusing for everyone involved. Here, Jessica Palmer of Streathers Solicitors in Hampstead, offers answers to commonly asked questions

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A serial burglar has been jailed for breaking into homes and attacking a man with a chair.

Online agents might shift homes quicker but they lag behind high street agents when it comes to making good on asking prices - and providing vital local knowledge

The widow of an academic stabbed to death outside his home has raised more than £25,000 in a crowdfunding campaign to get “justice for my family and husband”.

The inquest of Holloway academic Jeroen Ensink will focus on police and mental health authorities after he was stabbed to death by a psychotic man.

Brentwood Fire, Haringey Angels and Barking Abbey players impress selectors

A teenager has been jailed for rape and attempted murder after stabbing a 15-year-old girl and forcing her to have sex with him in Hampstead Cemetery.

Coach Batimba backing his under-16 basketball boys

Famous Holocaust historian Lipstadt, Timothy Spall and Mick Jackson discuss Denial and proving that one of the worst massacres in recent history happened

A teenager has been found guilty of attempted murder and rape after cutting a 15-year-old schoolgirl with a knife in a Hampstead cemetery before forcing her to have sex with him.

A pensioner who called a Jewish property developer ‘a Shylock’ has been convicted of racial abuse.

A father-of-three has been found guilty of stabbing his wife to death at their family home - leaving his sons to find her blood-soaked body.

A banned pet owner who crammed dozens of animals into her filthy Crouch Hill home has been spared jail – again.

A student who stabbed a lecturer to death outside his Holloway home believed he was the “black messiah”.

ANNE HARVEY tells how the writer Eleanor Farjeon used London landmarks in her nursery rhymes

Visually impaired tennis will not be on the Paralympic schedule in Rio but, if its popularity continues to increase at its current rate, it may not be too long before it is included.

A “cold-blooded killer” who murdered an elderly Golders Green woman should not be freed anytime soon, a top judge has ruled.

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Navigating divorce or separation when there are children involved can be emotionally difficult and confusing for everyone involved. Here, Jessica Palmer of Streathers Solicitors in Hampstead, offers answers to commonly asked questions

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