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Customer trapped inside Uxbridge bank for FIVE hours after door locks behind him

The man was marooned inside Metrobank's Uxbridge branch after withdrawing cash at 6am.

MP helping Shepherd's Bush woman freed from Iranian jail says 'we can't give up until she's allowed to leave Iran'

Ghoncheh Ghavami, 26, arrested for watching a men's volleyball match, has been released on bail but Andy Slaughter MP says he will keep fighting until the charges are dropped

Missing: 14-year-old Somali girl from Southall area

Ayan Omar was last seen wearing a black headscarf and a navy jumper with the Feltham Community College logo

Volunteer could be forced to quit charity work following car fine row with 'heartless' Harrow Council

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Graham Miller could be forced to sell his vehicle to pay off fines he was hit with while doing charity work, leaving disabled people without a helping hand

Removal men who died in Chelsea balcony collapse were Polish from Greenford and Wembley

Tomasz Procko, 22, and Karol Szymanski, 29, died on Friday as they tried to get a sofa into a first floor flat in Cadogan Square

London and UK terror threat raised to 'severe' as National national Counter Terrorism Awareness Week starts today

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Britain is facing an ‘almost inevitable’ attack by fanatics who have been ‘militarised’ by Islamic State, according to security officials.

Winter walk a success despite lack of African weather

Wind and rain fail to halt the progress of courageous few who ventured out on behalf of Ugandan charity.

Harrow property developer fined after worker crushed to death by dump truck

Health and Safety Executive finds that there was 'no protection whatsoever to ensure workers did not fall into a  deep excavation'

Join Peter Andre and Dick and Dom in posting festive bobble hat selfies and raise funds for NSPCC

Staff from West London Service Centre in Hanworth urge community groups, schools and offices to sign up to its first ever Bobble Hat Day on December 10 in aid of ChildLine

How Turner's masterpieces were inspired by west London's landscape

Turner's Sketchbooks, by Ian Warrell, includes rarely seen drawings and watercolours by the artist of scenes in Brentford, Heston and Isleworth

Rain fails to wash out Whitton Christmas lights switch-on

Hardy revellers didn't let yesterday's downpour get in the way of a good time, as they enjoyed children's rides, mulled wine and other treats

Bell-raising fire show marks festive lights switch-on in Hounslow

A blazing bell rose from the ground in a fiery finale to the Winter Lights show on Saturday (November 22)
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Paedophile accused of ejaculating in Pizza Hut and having sexual relationship with 14-year-old girl in Nando's is jailed

45-year-old sentenced for two years and ordered to pay £5,000 to girl who he met online in 2007.

Courts throw away the key to Hayes strip pub blighted by drugs raid

A district judge has upheld a decision to revoke The Victoria's licence after police swooped earlier this year, meaning the venue can never reopen.

Man back in court over double stabbing in Hounslow's Inwood Park

Andrej Sedzak appeared at Isleworth Crown Court yesterday and was bailed to return on February 12, when he is due to enter a plea

Sir Peter Blake's 'High Street Heroes' artwork unveiled ahead of Small Business Saturday

Free to download tribute art piece featuring 61 shopkeepers from 40 businesses in the UK including a toyshop in Notting Hill and a restaurant in Portobello Road

'Have passion and an idea and you'll make money' - enterprise festival at Westminster Kingsway College is told

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A motivating seminar has been held at Westminister Kingsway College for Global Entrepreneurship Week.

Ealing Mums in Business honoured at House of Commons

The founders of the company will be acknowledged at a parliamentary reception next month

Villa draw Erith & Belvedere in FA Vase

Villains have opportunity to cause an upset in round three

It was only a matter of time, says Wealdstone boss after maiden home win

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Gordon Bartlett never stopped believing the points would come after beating Concord Rangers

Tony Choules sets Uxbridge a deadline to save their season

Reds lose again to high-flying Bedworth to make it four defeats from four

Video: Watch AFC Wimbledon end their Oxford United hoodoo

Re-live all the action from the Dons' goalless stalemate at the Kassam Stadium

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