Jeremy Hunt confirms new seven-day contracts will be forced on junior doctors

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt
In a speech made in the House of Commons, the Health Secretary has confirmed junior doctors will have to accept the terms of new contracts

Paris racial abuse victim to attend Chelsea PSG Champions League game

Souleymane Sylla was racially abused in a shocking incident where fans stopped him from boarding the train and chanted at him

UK's largest concrete supplier fined £110,000 for environmental offences in Ealing

Hanson Concrete, who have operated from their site in Horn Lane, Acton, for 50 years, were found guilty of five offences between May 2014 and April 2015.

GP suspended after telling dementia patient to give 'potentially lethal' sleeping pills to neighbours

Dr Alexander Munro told an elderly patient with dementia to pass on the pills to her neighbours as they were keeping her awake at night

Police in Hounslow close two brothels in space of a week

Officers say six brothels in Hounslow have now been shut down in the last few months

Better communication 'could have prevented' Wormwood Scrubs inmate from hanging himself in cell

Inquest hears how Lee Crossley, who hanged himself in his cell, may have received more support had communication between staff been better

Car smashed through signs and furniture outside Ickenham Wetherspoon pub

A team leader at the Wetherspoon pub said she fled the oncoming vehicle before it mounted the pavement and hit outside furniture

Life in jail for man who killed 20-year-old in Wembley drive-by shooting

The gunman drove off from the scene before fleeing the country, but has now been brought to justice after his extradition from Spain

Police recover Class A drugs during west London dawn raids

The haul of drugs was discovered as properties in Pimlico, Maida Vale, West Bromptin and Battersea were searched by officers

Tube Strike: Maintenance staff walkout on Friday called off

Thankfully the other proposed strike on Friday shouldn't affect Tube services
Nearly 1,500 maintenance staff were set to take strike action, but 500 patrol staff will still be staging a 24-hour walkout on Friday (February 12)

Police watchdogs consider investigation into human fireball death

A man believed to be missing from a London hospital died after setting himself alight near the London home of Kate and Wills

Brentford rappers Kurupt FM's Radio One appearance branded 'worst Live Lounge in history'

Brentford rappers Kurupt FM "broke the internet" after their bizarre BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge appearance on Wednesday (February 10)

Industry experts praise Hayes Global Academy media college

Among the endorsements is Baroness Floella Benjamin and media industry experts

Oil rig put up in Parliament Square as Greenpeace protest against Lancashire fracking

Protesters from Lancashire were at Westminster ahead of an enquiry where oil company Cuadrilla prepare to appeal the Council's decision against fracking

These puppies need new homes after being dumped and left for dead in Brent on Boxing Day

Can you adopt the cute little puppies?
The puppies were found by the side of the road on Boxing Day, with only a box for shelter in the freezing temperatures

Minions meet poorly children ahead of private screening of animated movie

Children from two Hillingdon schools among 850 pupils at screening to celebrate 50 years of Variety's Great Days Out scheme

Service road used as a 'rat run' while collapsed sewer is repaired

Neighbours say road between Carlton Avenue and Viola Avenue has become a rat run and blame lack of clear road signs

Lottery chiefs turn to lonely hearts column to find £130k winner from Hounslow

The holder of the winning Lotto HotPicks ticket has until March 17 to claim the prize

Lucky couple track down antique engagement ring during Valentine's treasure hunt

Grace Francis and her boyfriend Ethan Laver found the £1,000 ring following a mad dash between the capital's most romantic statues

Made in Chelsea's Mark-Francis Vandelli pulls out of The Jump after fracturing ankle

The Made in Chelsea star took a heavy fall during Sunday's snow cross race and has become the latest in a long list to be ruled out of the competition

Tankers pumping out sewage around the clock to protect Cranford Primary School

The school, where sewage water was three feet high in the boiler room, say its heating is now back on and it has no plans to close

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