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Ealing MP shocked Latvian killer Alice Gross suspect was allowed into the country

Ealing MP Angie Bray says immigration laws must be tightened after Alice Gross suspect Arnis Zalkans was allowed into the UK despite being convicted of killing his wife in Latvia.

Alice Gross suspect's bike found by Scotland Yard as second address in Hanwell is searched

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According to neighbours Arnis Zalkalns, the prime suspect in the search for Alice Gross, lived at property on Boston Rd, near Hanwell until a year ago.

Teenage boys injured in double stabbing in West Drayton

21-year-old man arrested and bailed after a 15-year-old received a single stab wound to his abdomen and a 16-year-old suffered a knife-inflicted cut to his shoulder in Mulberry Parade

Alice Gross suspect Arnis Zalkalns murdered wife in Latvia and buried her in woods

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The last day that Arnis Zalkalns was seen coincided with the day police announced they had found CCTV footage of Alice at Brentford Lock. The next morning Mr Zalklans left for work and has not been seen since.

Football is coming home as UEFA confirm Wembley Stadium to host final and semis of Euro 2020

A proud Councillor Butt hailed the decision today, saying that he was 'incredibly proud'.

CCTV catches airport bike thief in the act

Police want to speak to a man in connection with bike thefts from a cycle hub at Heathrow Airport

Meningitis survivor shares her story to mark national awareness campaign week

Meningitis is a disease affecting approximately nine people a day, both in the UK and in Ireland.

Brothers convicted of sexually abusing two girls at Hillingdon Council-run children's home

Jamie Chapman, 20, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, and Jason Winskill, 25, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton , were convicted of sexually abusing two girls from a Hillingdon Council-run children's home
Jason Winskill, 25, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton and Jamie Chapman, 20, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, were convicted yesterday at Southwark Crown Court of crimes carried out between May and December 2012

Numbers of teen first time offenders falling in west London

Feltham Young Offenders Institute
The numbers of 16 and 17 year old first time offenders has dropped to its lowest levels since 2000, but the drop off is slower in Hounslow, Ealing and Brent.
The route of the 2014 Ealing Half Marathon

Ealing Half Marathon: Race day timetable and village map

Here's the timetable of what's happening on race day, Sunday September 28.

The Intoxication Season gets underway at Kew Gardens

Over the next four weeks Kew Gardens will be hosting a series of events exploring the history behind Mind Altering Plants and Fungi writes Norresa Perucho

What's on at Inside Out Victoria - plus your chance to win tickets!

Inside Out Victoria
Food, fashion and culture await visitors to Victoria on the first weekend of October, and we've details of how you can win tickets.

Teenage boys injured in double stabbing in West Drayton

21-year-old man arrested and bailed after a 15-year-old received a single stab wound to his abdomen and a 16-year-old suffered a knife-inflicted cut to his shoulder in Mulberry Parade

Second man arrested in Hillingdon murder investigation

Detectives investigating the suspected murder of a man in Ryefield Avenue have arrested a second man

Brothers convicted of sexually abusing two girls at Hillingdon Council-run children's home

Jamie Chapman, 20, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, and Jason Winskill, 25, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton , were convicted of sexually abusing two girls from a Hillingdon Council-run children's home
Jason Winskill, 25, of Hatton Grove, West Drayton and Jamie Chapman, 20, of Hillingdon Road, Uxbridge, were convicted yesterday at Southwark Crown Court of crimes carried out between May and December 2012
Sarla Gopaldas and Lyndon Matroos of Specsavers

Specsavers celebrating 20 years in Wembley with day of activities and fun

Specsavers in Wembley will be holding a day of celebrations to mark their store's 20th anniversary.

West London rent rises leave parents fearing children will be priced out of area

Rents in some parts of West London have risen by more than a fifth in two years, as figures reveal parents fear their children will be priced out.

10 Phones 4U stores closing as company goes into administration

Phones 4U has gone into administration after losing contracts with EE and Vodafone
Phones 4U's 10 west London stores are closing after the company went into administration with some 5,000 jobs now at risk, writes Norresa Perucho.

Alan McCormack signs new Brentford deal

Irishman commits his future to Griffin Park until 2016

Shahid Khan promises 'exhaustive' search for next Fulham boss

Whites owner will leave no stone unturned to get the right man to succeed Magath

Man City v Chelsea: Three Citizens for the Blues to stop

We identify a City trio that could cause problems for Mourinho's men

QPR boss sets a challenge for his midfield against Stoke

Rs manager wants strikes from different parts of the pitch

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