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Mohammed Emwazi's ex-classmates in disbelief over Jihadi John revelation

West Londoner Mohammed Emwazi - also known as 'Jihadi John' - has been ousted as the Briton responsible for beheading journalists and aid workers for ISIS

Missing teenage girl in police appeal

Jayda Richardson-Madahar, 15, was last seen at her Southall home on Wednesday (February 25)

ASBOs for two men jailed for robbing Wembley pensioner

The police say they will not tolerate such crime and will bring perpetrators to justice

Anger as gym announces closure – giving members NINE DAYS notice

LA Fitness said it had no choice after landlord served notice, with the beauty parlour and hair salon also leaving – but a new gym is planned

Plans to transform former country house into luxury hotel on hold

Hounslow Council say developers Metrotel have decided to sell the Grade II listed building and are in talks with a potential new buyer

Celebrating 15 years of steaming with stop in Hounslow

Trip down memory lane as Mayflower stops in Hounslow en route to Canterbury - the company's first ever destination

Apology for woman whose Johnny Savile rape claims were ignored for THREE decades

Details about the case, involving Jimmy Savile's older brother, emerged on Thursday as part of the report into the shamed TV star's abuse at hospitals across the UK

How to avoid a hangover: What to drink and what not to drink

Don't want to feel rough the morning after the night before? This guide could help you avoid the hangover from hell

Londoners urged to donate £4.4m to fund second air ambulance

MP Mary Macleod and London Air Ambulance CEO Graham Hodgkin host Your London, Your Campaign event at 11 Downing Street

Teenager injured in Ealing Broadway crash

A spokesman from the Metropolitan Police says enquiries are ongoing but the teenager's injuries were not life-threatening

Memorial held for 'heroic' police officer 40 years after he was gunned down in Hammersmith

"Today we remember Stephen’s courage and sacrifice" - memorial service held to mark 40th anniversary of police officer's murder

One in seven Londoners have just £10 left after paying essential bills

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"Every month is a struggle" for more than 14% of Londoners who have just £10 left after paying their essential bills

Ealing Council budget ‘unfair, unjust and self-serving’

The council’s ruling Labour group promised to implement a council tax freeze for 2015-16 in order to help local residents with the "cost of living crisis"

Call to tackle antisocial behaviour and street drinking in Feltham

Residents in Bedfont and Feltham highlight key safety issues at a meeting with MP Seema Malhotra

Plans to transform former country house into luxury hotel on hold

Hounslow Council say developers Metrotel have decided to sell the Grade II listed building and are in talks with a potential new buyer

Allotment holder's homegrown comedy show coming to Harrow

Jo Stephenson and partner-in-laughs Dan Woods' horticultural-themed musical comedy has even earned them an appearance on Gardeners' World

Kensington hotel offers up its library for World Book Day

The Crowne Plaza Kensington in Cromwell Road will be opening up its library for people of all ages to enjoy reading for World Book Day on March 5

Solar eclipse 2015: Facts and myths behind the black-out

People are buzzing with excitement over the solar eclipse on March 20, so we've taken a look at the facts and myths behind the phenomenon

ASBOs for two men jailed for robbing Wembley pensioner

The police say they will not tolerate such crime and will bring perpetrators to justice

Loaded guns and £60,000 of watches seized in Acton

The Met's Trident gang seized two loaded semi-automatic handguns from a property in Acton as well as cash and high-value watches from a Hayes address as part of a series of raids across London

Seven 'Chelsea fans' come forward over 'racist chanting' in London

Racist chanting was reported at St Pancras station just 24 hours after an alleged incident in which a black man was pushed off a Paris Metro train by chanting Chelsea fans

Hot Yoga exercise bring punters flocking to Eastcote

Hillingdon borough’s first hot yoga studio has opened in Eastcote.

Ribbons are for wimps: Screwfix marks Isleworth opening with chain-cutting

Screwfix in Isleworth holds a drilling contest to mark its opening

Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock shows Hammersmith gym members how it's done

The Olympic bronze medallist helped launch the newly-refurbished Fitness First in Hammersmith

Arsenal hold key to Brentford midfielder's future

Toral enjoying time at Griffin Park but unsure what the future holds

The most important final is always next one, insists Chelsea boss ahead of Tottenham test

Jose Mourinho has won it all as a manager but is still hungry for trophies

Kit Symons expects Fulham to topple league leaders Derby

Craven Cottage chief desperately needs points and wants them this weekend

Wycombe Wanderers tie up loan deals for Brentford pair

Sam Saunders and Nico Yennaris head to Adams Park until March 29

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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
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Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
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Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
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Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
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