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Pensioner jailed for life for raping toddler he was babysitting

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Two newly refurbished hotels for west London to open this summer

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The Fragrance Shop opens to shoppers in Feltham

Four new jobs created for the newest store at The Centre with staff celebrating the opening by handing out goodies bags for customers

Unique market where it's always the 1950s is returning to Hammersmith

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The Mid Century Market will offer shoppers a chance to pick up some retro bargains on August 16.
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Keep up to date with all the latest transfer talk from west London clubs

QPR boss rules out reunion with former Tottenham striker

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Fulham make it a transfer double with capture of Adil Chihi

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In-demand Chelsea striker Lukaku trains with Anderlecht

Everton target works up a sweat before reporting back to Blues for pre-season

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