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Thousands hit the road for fifth Ealing Half Marathon but some angered by lack of warning of disruption

Runners hit the roads around Ealing on a warm September day, but some people were annoyed by the lack of warning

Police make second arrest after man viciously attacked outside Hanwell pub

The man was punched to the ground after an argument with two men outside of the Duke of York pub

Mass brawl, tragic stabbing and a major cannabis bust – the biggest west London stories from the last week

A missing teenager, a drugs bust, an awful murder and Fifa are the amongst the biggest stories from west London this week

Elderly man dies after being hit by a lorry that did not stop in Kensington

Police are searching for the driver after a lorry did not stop at an incident that lead to a 71-year-old man dying

West London reacts to Labour leadership result as Jeremy Corbyn wins by huge majority

After facing opposition from MPs, Jeremy Corbyn has held his position as Leader of the Opposition after hold off challenger Owen Smith

Cars seen driving backwards over closed Westminster Bridge during filming – but what is the film?

The busy Westminster Bridge was closed in both directions and two helicopters were seen hovering during a film shoot on Saturday morning (September 24)

Heathrow's car park in 'total carnage' as motorists are trapped

Watch angry motorists inside the T2 car park last night which Heathrow says was down to a combination of factors

Motorists drive off after Harrow collision leaves moped rider fighting for life

One driver later returned and was questioned by police, who are now appealing for witnesses to the accident

Watch motorbike engulfed in flames in Piccadilly Circus as roads closed

London Fire Brigade and Met police attended a blaze in Piccadilly Circus which saw a motorbike erupt into a ball of fire

Harrow special constable jailed for making indecent images of children

Nicholas Tweedie will now face misconduct proceedings within the Met

Heathrow Airport to investigate after terminally ill teen forced to lie on the floor after missing flight

The 15-year-old from Poland was travelling to Argentina via Heathrow to spend his 'last days of life' with his family

Fly tipping in Ealing has risen by 216% since fortnightly collections began, new figures show

New figures show a huge leap in the number of complaints about fly tipping since June - the month residents were given unpopular wheelie bins

Employee passwords were changed to allow fraudsters to transfer cash into Northolt man's bank account

James McMasters was found guilty of acquiring criminal property and was sentenced to one year's imprisonment, suspended for one year

Sahil Roy murder trial: Fatal stabbing a consequence of 'your mum' gibes, court hears

Azeem Issa acted in self-defence to stop Mr Roy strangling him, jurors at the Old Bailey were told as they prepare to consider verdict

Police track down driver after elderly man dies in collision with a lorry in Kensington

A 71-year-old man has tragically died after being involved in a collision with a lorry outside a tube station on Friday night

Mr Motivator takes Harrow exercise group back to the 90s with coloured spandex

Pulse Fitness certainly had their pulses racing after a workout with 90s TV fitness figure Mr Motivator

Air Ambulance called after cyclist collides with parked car

The capital now has a second Air Ambulance in the skies
Police say the man was hurt in a collision with a stationary vehicle in Regent's Park, but have appealed for witnesses

Brent man jailed after he hacked into computers and stole details of 450,000 people

Nazariy Markuta of Harlesden who stole more than 450,000 customer email addresses and passwords from a major firm will serve two years behind bars

'Wonderful' Greenford man loses battle with cancer, days after treatment fundraising appeal reached target

Lawrence Graham-Leigh, who organised Green Day's first ever UK gig, died on September 2 surrounded by his family, who had raised £17k to try and save him

Chelsea house where Oscar Wilde penned famous works is re-listed to recognise LGBT+ importance

The building in Tite Road had been Grade II listed in the 1950s, but has been amended by Historic England to reflect its importance to LGBT+ history

Fare-dodging Westminster PC sacked by Metropolitan Police

PC Saijid Farooq was found to have fallen short of the standards expected after being fined £179 for failing to pay his train fare

Watch shoppers queue down the street as historic Ruislip shop prepares to close for the last time

Quilter's in Ruislip is set to close its door for the last time after 60 years of trading - and customers were keen to have one last chance to shop there

Man to be sentenced over mass brawl at Hounslow car boot sale in which person was run over and stabbed

Charles McDonagh admitted a public order offence following the violence , which left five people in hospital

Family's lucky escape after doorknob starts house fire

Watch footage explaining how sunlight can start a fire when shining onto mirrors and glass objects, after family escapes house blaze in Willesden

Uxbridge's glowing gold Paralympic hero Natasha Baker returns from Rio

A momentous games for Team GB was also one to celebrate in Uxbridge after our own Paralympic star beat her London 2012 performance 

Prisoner deaths and parcels containing drugs and weapons - report reveals reasons behind Wormwood Scrubs staff walk-out

Prisoners are kept in "inhumane, degrading conditions" at Wormwood Scrubs (Pic: Shaun Curry/AFP/Getty Images)
The IMB report reveals the safety concerns that prompted staff to walk out earlier this year

Drivers warned of changes to parking restrictions in West Kensington

Parking zones near Olympia are being given new names following public feedback; make sure you know your BB from your EE

Comedian Shappi Khorsandi stands up for Hounslow with brilliant Twitter comeback

Some of the new £5 notes are being sold for hundreds of pounds - here's why

How do you fancy becoming a taste-tester for a top seafood restaurant?

Fifa 17: How to start playing ahead of the official launch

Everything you need to know about Fright Nights at Thorpe Park

Omid Djalili to come to The Beck Theatre in Hayes as part of his UK tour

Heathrow Airport has built a giant world map - out of 2,000 flowers

Eight of the best places to see the autumn leaves change colour in west London

Brentford model interrupts London Fashion Week with punk protest against cruelty in the wool industry

Strictly Come Dancing Live: How to get tickets for next year's London shows

Halloween 2016: When is the festival, and why did it begin?

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