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German prosecutors have formally closed a second investigation into the 2003 death of Golders Green student Jeremiah Duggan - but his mother has slammed the process and lodged court proceedings in hope of forcing another.

The Sherlock and Mr Selfridge star talks family breakdown and parental worries as she takes on her latest role as a devastated mother in Florian Zeller's The Son at Kiln Theatre

Forty years ago, Patricia Woodall nurtured a love of dance on a trip around Europe.

A new book by a Belsize Park author sheds fresh light on the crimes of World War I French serial killer Henri Desire Landru

Daniel Chandler's beloved violin is home for Christmas - a year after thieves took the instrument during a raid on his Hampstead home.

ZFW fencer Richard Kruse began the competitive international season with a gold medal at the Foil World Cup in Bonn, Germany.

Second in the series is a mid-franchise muddle of convoluted back stories with some stunning sequences

Sardonic, sarcastic and funny are three of the words that have been used to describe the late-SOAS lecturer and King's Cross local Prof Lawrence Saez, who died at the beginning of September.

New York Knicks Frank Ntilikina is excited about playing a match in London as it will give his family and friends a chance to watch him play.

Exhibitions at a Marylebone gallery and Frieze Masters mark the moment when surrealism descended on a former slave colony and found a wealth of artistic talent

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