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Breaking: five injured as two buses crash in Isleworth

Witness says both drivers were led away in stretchers after the crash this afternoon outside the Coach and Horses pub in London Road

Fireworks warning after rocket sparks Kensington house fire

A stray rocket set fire to a multi-million pound house last night (October 23), two weeks before Bonfire Night

Group charged with two smash and grab raids at Dorchester Hotel in a month

They have also been charged with robbery at another top London hotel, scooter thefts and attempted robbery at a jewellers and a luxury Swiss watchmakers

Firefighters to strike during fireworks lead up to Bonfire Night

Firefighters will go on strike during the lead up to major firework displays and Bonfire Night in a row over pensions.

Ealing Half Marathon to return in 2015 and registration for runners opens today

Ealing Half Marathon start
The popular Ealing Half Marathon will be re-run again next, its organisers confirm - and they are already taking registrations.

Caught red handed: Kensington drug dealer gang posed for photos with wads of cash and cannabis

Sophian Chhayra poses with a large bag of cannabis
Five drug dealers from north Kensington are expected to receive jail sentences today, after incriminating themselves by posing for photos with cannabis and cash.

Safety group says clocks should go forward to avoid accidents

The clocks go back by an hour this weekend but a road safety group thinks it's bad news for avoiding accidents.

Exhibition shows the best of Acton

More than 100 Acton residents have helped create the display which includes work by a famous artist and rising stars of the art world

Firefighters to strike during fireworks lead up to Bonfire Night

Firefighters will go on strike during the lead up to major firework displays and Bonfire Night in a row over pensions.

Exhibition shows the best of Acton

More than 100 Acton residents have helped create the display which includes work by a famous artist and rising stars of the art world

At the Movies: Brad Pitt reveals reality of war in the brutal but compelling Fury

Brad Pitt plays tank commander Don ‘Wardaddy’ Collier in Fury.
Graham Young reviews the pick of this week's releases, including Brad Pitt's sobering World War Two action thriller Fury .

X-Factor star drops in on Chiswick this half-term.

Choir mistress coached ITV talent hopefuls and wants to share her expertise locally.

Cyber crime conference aims to keep the hacker out of your business

The conference will bring together experts who will explain the scale of the threat of cyber crime to businesses, the types of threat and ways to recognise and protect against them.

Man arrested after Ealing pub siege comes to an end

A man who barricaded himself into an Ealing pub armed with a knife was arrested and taken to hospital, say police.

Caught red handed: Kensington drug dealer gang posed for photos with wads of cash and cannabis

Sophian Chhayra poses with a large bag of cannabis
Five drug dealers from north Kensington are expected to receive jail sentences today, after incriminating themselves by posing for photos with cannabis and cash.
Harrow entrepreneurs Crusoe Millar, left, and Angus Stevenson, right, with business partner Ross Grady, centre, won the 'best Sunday lunch' award at The Observer's Food Monthly Awards 2014 for their Camden pub, The Colonel Fawcett

Harrow pub entrepreneurs scoop award for their Sunday roast

Business partners Angus Stevenson and Ross Grady, who run The Colonel Fawcett in Camden, north London, with friend Crusoe Millar, won the 'best Sunday roast' title in The Observer's Food Monthly Awards 2014

Government holding over 11,500 estates from people who died with no known relatives

pinner cemetery
Could you be entitled to any of the unclaimed estates that the Government is holding?

Tesco still going ahead with plan to build at Hillingdon Circus despite plummeting shares

And supermarket rival Morrisons has confirmed it is no longer looking to move in across the road after Tesco was given the green light
Southampton v Chelsea - Barclays Premier League

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has 'no problem' with Manchester United star Juan Mata

Blues chief plays down alleged bust-up with Spaniard ahead of Sunday's reunion

Chelsea lose Loic Remy for 'two to three weeks' but Diego Costa could return at Manchester United

Blues boss Jose Mourinho will leave it late before making his final call

Recap: Manchester United v Chelsea press conference with Blues boss Jose Mourinho

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The Special One looks ahead to Sunday's showdown with the Red Devils

‘I will fine him as much as I can’ - Warnock rant as QPR salvage point against Villa

Rewind: 25 September 2011, QPR 1-1 Aston Villa

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