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12:11, 15 JAN 2015
Londoners rack up £127 million in unpaid court fines
From driving offences to more serious crimes, those in central and south London are the worst at paying court fines in the country
A&E Crisis: Politicians demand Jeremy Hunt halts west London hospital closures
Eight Labour MPs have sent a letter to the secretary of health, saying he must stop further hospital closures to prevent a bigger crisis
Phoenix High School serve their elders Christmas lunch
"Phoenix High School is a community hub and this event helps us build links with a portion of the community who would not normally have ties with secondary schools."
Review of the Year
Review of the Year: August: Mourhino still grumpy after stunning win, and Alice Gross went missing
The football season got back into full swing in August, but at the end of the month the disappearance of a 14-year-old girl was the beginning of a huge police hunt
Review of the Year
Review of the Year: February: Miley Cyrus takes a wrecking ball to Hammersmith and a drug dealer tells a tall story
February 2014 saw speculation that the graffiti artist Banksy has struck in Hammersmith, and a drug dealer told a court that his electronic scales were for making fairy cakes.
Hospitals' inspector's damning report for NHS trust which closed Hammersmith A&E
The trust which runs Charing Cross, St Mary's, Hammersmith and Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospitals has been told it requires improvement, with outpatients and St Mary's A&E branded inadequate
Hospital chief responsible for A&E closure pulls out of £120,000 taxpayer funded US study tour
Dr Tracey Batten pulled out of the trip at the last minute after campaigners expressed their outrage at using taxpayer's money to go on the American trip
MP helping Shepherd's Bush woman freed from Iranian jail says 'we can't give up until she's allowed to leave Iran'
Ghoncheh Ghavami, 26, arrested for watching a men's volleyball match, has been released on bail but Andy Slaughter MP says he will keep fighting until the charges are dropped
Wormwood Scrubs prison slammed yet again for being 'den of misery'
A report released today shows officers have been cut by 35 per cent but the Government claims the figures have been distorted
Watch: Protests over Boris Johnson's 'social cleansing' outside UK's biggest property fair
Protesters from the Save Earls Court and Save Our Hospitals groups joined in the campaign outside Olympia where MIPIM UK is being held
Shepherd's Bush Market redevelopment gets the green light
Plans to refurbish the market and build 200 flats, with no affordable homes, have been approved by the Government despite a recommendation to reject it
Ealing Law Centre showcases its valuable service at open day
The afternoon offered a taste of the cases the service can help with and the work they do
Raw sewage and rainwater at Acton pumping station is 'health risk'
Angry neighbours have been plagued by foul fumes caused by the failure of drainage and cleaning systems
Charing Cross Hospital
New consultation demanded over Charing Cross Hospital's A&E confusion
NHS bosses came under fire from Labour councillors after they could not clarify what kind of A&E would be at Charing Cross when it is turned into a local hospital
'Dysfunctional and chaotic' Wormwood Scrubs Prison blamed on cuts
A report released by the prison's independent watchdog today shows the prison near White City to be in an awful state
Brook Green's run-down tennis courts get major spruce up with Boris Johnson's help
The refurbished tennis courts, complete with floodlights, are now open to the community and schools at an affordable rate
Revealed: West London's police forces have hundreds of vacancies
Figures show all west London's borough police forces have double-digit vacancies which are not being filled. Labour believes this is how Boris Johnson is cutting down on costs
Report reveals Wormwood Scrubs prison in dire straits
An inspection by the chief prisons inspector shows drugs are rife, suicides are high, prisoners are unsafe and not prepared for release
Thousands campaign against NHS 'sell-off' in Trafalagar Square
Save Our Hospital campaigners performed a 'die-in' in Hammersmith's Lyric Square before joining others at a rally in Trafalgar Square, including Billy Bragg and Bill Bailey
Former Cameron special adviser in the running for Uxbridge seat
Shaun Bailey was paid a reported £60,000 a year to advise the Prime Minister on youth, crime and race issues
Hammersmith MP Andy Slaughter first UK politician to take Rubble Bucket Challenge
The MP took the alternative Ice Bucket Challenge in support of Palestinian's in Gaza.
NHS trust selling off Charing Cross Hospital needs more than £400 million to redevelop
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust published a newsletter saying it had a deficit of £2.5 million and needs £400 million more to redevelop hospitals after selling parts of them.
NHS Trust selling off Charing Cross Hospital plans to double its income from private patients
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust plans to double its £39 million a year income from private patients as it sells off parts of Charing Cross and St Mary's Hospital, as well as the entire Western Eye Hospital.
Andy Slaughter MP: Barred from meeting as hospital closure goes from tragedy to farce
Andy Slaughter, Labour MP for Hammersmith , uses his latest column to further lambast the decision to close services at Charing Cross Hospital.