Trio jailed for brutal stabbing of former child refugees in Kensington home

Jailed: Aymen Hajila, Ahmed Hajila and Rehan Ullah
In what has been described as an 'abhorrent act', one of the victims was stabbed over 30 times, while the other was stabbed 10 times in the face

Self-harm hospital admissions fall across west London

Brent reported the lowest rate of hospitalisation due to self-harm

Dog poo could be DNA TESTED to catch those fouling in Ealing

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Ealing Council says it will await the outcome of Barking & Dagenham Council's three-month trial before deciding whether to DNA test dog litter

Pensioner robbed of £30k watch by man who shouted 'Barcelona, Barcelona'

A police E-fit of the man who robbed the 69-year-old pensioner of his £30k watch
The 69-year-old was robbed in Notting Hill last year, after the suspect made references about football

'Hound of Hounslow' trader fighting US extradition is set to learn fate in March

Navinder Sarao's actions did not break any UK law, Westminster Magistrate's Court was told

Homeless man jumped to death off balcony at Heathrow Terminal 5, inquest hears

Marco Briccocola had been ejected from the airport just three days earlier by police, the court was told

Uxbridge kidnap gang jailed for three-day 'violent and sadistic torture'

Two of the men took turns stabbing and hacking the victim with kitchen knives, with such 'overwhelming' force it snapped the blade of a bread knife

Tube strike: Union calls off staff walkout this weekend

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RMT union announced that the 48-hour Tube strike set to start on Saturday (February 5) has been suspended

Firefighters battle river leisure boat blaze in Fulham

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The vessel caught fire in Imperial Marina Wharf, Fulham, with six fire engines called to the scene

RECAP: Victoria station evacuated due to unexploded bomb

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Victoria station was evacuated after an unexploded bomb was discovered

Man who burned Union Jack causing thousands of pounds of damage sought by police

The fire quickly spread after the culprit set the British Union flag alight
Police say the fire quickly spread after the suspect set the flag alight in the shopping centre

London 'left vulnerable by government failure to stop radicalisation'

Mayoral candidate MP Sadiq Khan has criticised the government's de-radicalisation programme and said it is failing

London Underground boss speaks out about Tube strike cancellation

Londoners could have been forced to cram onto buses this weekend
The 48-hour strike, due to start at 9pm on Saturday (February 6) was called off at the last minute

NSPCC offers advice to west London pupils ahead of Safer Internet Day

The charity has met thousands of primary school pupils and is offering help and support

Proposals for cycling and pedestrian improvements in Feltham

Residents have until February 22 to have their say on plans on cycling and pedestrians improvements on Bedfont Road

Health adverts in Brent urging people not to use A&E forced to be taken down

The A&E poster told Brent patients that it was 'for life-threatening emergencies only'
The poster was described as misleading, and found to be potentially harmful if patients stuck to the message

Syrian children campaign with charity outside Westminster where UN conference held

As the major Syria conference took place where world leaders met to discuss raising funds, campaigners gathered outside Westminster

Council rejects parking permit rule change, despite Ealing carers being fined while visiting patients

Catherine Gunnewicht, manager of Care Concern, claims a one-vehicle restriction on carer permits issued by Ealing Council is causing patient unrest

Take a tour around the easyJet food shop where everything costs just 25p

Shoppers browse the shelves at the easyFoodstore
easyFoodstore's trial shop is already proving to be a hit, with the budget shop forced to close to replenish stock

Royal visit marks re-launch of £20m revamp at Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel

Prince Andrew unveils commemorative plaque at hotel on Bath Road with business tycoon Surinder Arora

Kids visit Stamford Bridge to learn about diversity and equality

The workshops are being put on by The Chelsea Foundation to celebrate diversity in the area

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