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'Dangerous criminals could be living under aliases'

The officer leading Operation Sunfire said five men wanted abroad for crimes including rape and sex trafficking could be living unassuming lives in west London.

Public inquiry may be needed over Brentford FC's new stadium

First Industrial, which owns an office block on the site, is understood to be the last landowner standing in the way of the Bees' new ground

Man admits robbing frail pensioner for just £5

Solomon Bygraves, 29, admitted robbing 93-year-old Stanley Evans in Soho

Harrods worker suspended for taking half-eaten FREE pie home

Anthea Harding, 41, finished half her pie then took the rest home but has been accused of stealing - despite the Knightsbridge store providing the free lunch

Taxpayers 'face £200k bill' over Sainsbury's Arla row

The developer behind the £100m plans says the taxpayer will have to pay to preserve the "immoral" supermarket giant's monopoly in South Ruislip

Auction House London sells 69 properties at once - making £14.6m

An Ealing property sold for more than five-times the starting guide price at last month's record-breaking auction

Fears Ealing will become 'public car park' as new permits launched

From April Ealing Council is introducing a new ‘Premium Permit’ which can be bought for £1,500 allowing drivers to park in any residents’ permit holder parking space

Terrorism officers arrest two men in west London

Police officers injured in Westminster
Police raided two addresses as part of an investigation into elderly victims being conned into funding extremists' trips to war-torn Syria

Cross-party rally says 'no' to third runway at Heathrow

Chairman of anti-expansion pressure group HACAN tells the government "build a new runway at your peril"

UK's first state-funded Hindu school unveils plans for new home

You can learn more about Avanti House School's plans to move to council playing fields in Stanmore at an exhibition next week

Man jailed for sexually assaulting five-year-old boy in 1970s

David James, from Glamorgan, was jailed for three-and-a-half years following a trial at Harrow Crown Court

Brentford FC hotshot found guilty of handling stolen goods

Academy graduate Montell Moore, who signed a three-year contract with the Bees last August, was fined £500

Can any 2015 candidate do as badly as Godfrey Spickernell did in the last general election?

Godfrey Spickernell ran for the Chelsea and Fulham seat in 2010 but got just 17 votes - the lowest in the country

West London femal genital mutilation figures worst in capital

A shocking 550 cases of female genital mutilation have been recorded across west London since September, despite the practice being illegal

Dangerous foreign criminals could be living under aliases, police warn

The officer leading Operation Sunfire said five men wanted abroad for crimes including rape and sex trafficking could be living unassuming lives in west London.

Comic Relief Red Nose Day 2015 - when is it?

Red Nose Day is fast approaching but there's still time to 'make your face funny for money'

Fancy working with Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne? This is your chance

An open casting for extras is happening this Saturday (March 7) in Shepherd's Bush

Indian Summers star turns director and brings show to Brentford

Lillete Dubey, who can be seen on Channel 4 in Indian Summers, directs Boiled Beans on Toast, at Brentford's Watermans arts centre

Dangerous foreign criminals could be living under aliases, police warn

The officer leading Operation Sunfire said five men wanted abroad for crimes including rape and sex trafficking could be living unassuming lives in west London.

Terrorism officers arrest two men in west London

Police officers injured in Westminster
Police raided two addresses as part of an investigation into elderly victims being conned into funding extremists' trips to war-torn Syria

Men beaten with baton and metal pole during Cranford attack

Police
Police have appealed for witnesses to the attack in Cranford, which left four men needing hospital treatment

Kensington art dealer wins her height in sausages

Emily Tsingou won a link of 26 sausages after winning a competition at Lidgates Butchers in Holland Park

Heathrow Airport and Star Alliance win Airport of the Year award

Terminal 2 - The Queen's Terminal - scoops accolade of the year at Air Transport World (ATW) awards

Fuller's historic Chiswick Bitter runner-up in Beer of the Year awards

West London brew Chisiwck Bitter named runner-up in the Castle Rock beer awards

Fancy giving Futsal a try?

It's the football variation which is driving the Brazilians nuts

Brentford star: We made Huddersfield win look easier than it was

Bees stopper hails team-mates' professionalism as Terriers left stung

Video: Watch Everton loanee Chris Long score twice as Brentford thump Huddersfield

Bees sting Terriers as Chris makes it a 'Long' night for Chris Powell's side

Video: Watch young Chelsea midfielder score a blockbuster on his full MK Dons debut

On-loan youngster Lewis Baker marks his first start in Buckinghamshire by hitting a 25-yard rocket

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Will Ackermann
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Steve Bax
News Editor, West London
Danya Bazaraa
Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
Goolistan Cooper
Uxbridge and Hillingdon borough
Alix Culbertson
Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
Camilla Horrox
Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
Jacob Murtagh
Sports Reporter
Salina Patel
Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
Paul Warburton
Sports Reporter