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15:20, 20 DEC 2016
Ealing London Borough Council
Ealing councillors set to debate proposed vote against Article 50 and second EU referendum
Councillors will debate a motion proposing to back Rupa Huq MP's stance to block Article 50
Babies named Boris jump 55% according to figures published after EU referendum
Royalty, politicians and receptionists - there have been some surprising changes in baby names during 2016
New projects to help woman and BME find work
Funding has enabled Paddington Development Trust the chance to help around 1,000 people over the next three years
London only visa for migrants planned to keep city afloat post-Brexit
Businesses feel migrants are needed and the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry have suggested plans for a unique visa
Pound to dollar exchange rate: What will Donald Trump's shock US Presidential election win mean for the British pound?
After a shock election win in the United States by Republican billionaire Donald Trump the stock markets reacted immediately, but what does it mean for us?
Migrant children arrive in Ealing from Calais camp and are placed into foster care by council
Ealing Council has welcomed 11 migrant children from the Calais camp with another three set to arrive this week
West London Labour MP elected to sit on committee which will scrutinise Brexit
Labour members of the Parliamentary Select Committee for Exiting the European Union have been revealed following a ballot this week
Why Chelsea and their Premier League rivals will find transfer windows harder
Why the price of Marmite might have more impact on Chelsea's transfer window dealings than you might expect
Food and Drink
Four delicious recipes with Marmite in to try while you still can
Worried you might not be able to stock up on Marmite after it was pulled from Tesco's shelves? Try these recipes with the jars you have at home!
Fujitsu announce 1,800 job cuts which could affect plant in Hayes
The IT firm has announced major job losses as it works to 'streamline' its operations
Calls for by-election after Kensington and Chelsea Labour councillor switches allegiances to Lib Dems
Andrew Lomas has quit as deputy leader of the group, has walked the floor and is now the second Lib Dem in the council
Brentford man fined after admitting he ran away with Eddie Izzard's pink beret
Watch footage of the moment David Czerwonko snatches pink beret from comedian's head and is then chased by him and police
Which MPs could be the biggest winners and losers from electoral boundary review in west London?
The Conservatives look set to benefit in three of west London's most marginal seats - but Labour may be happy with another two...
Brexit voter sets up 'Leavers of London' support group to end 'unfair stigma'
Lucy Harris says too many people in the capital dismiss all leave voters as 'anti-immigration closet racists'
Fujitsu reassures staff over Brexit fears company could pull out of UK causing job losses in Hayes
The Tokyo-based firm says it is 'committed to the UK' after Brexit caused concerns for the technology firm's future in west London
Brentford man charged with theft after Eddie Izzard's pink beret is stolen
The distinctive headgear was taken during the March for Europe rally in central London on Saturday (September 3)
Labour leader hopeful Owen Smith announces plans to remain in EU during Hammersmith visit
The Labour leadership candidate believes the public should be given a final say on any Article 50 Brexit deal
Kensington and Chelsea
Who are west London's biggest workaholics?
Staff in some London boroughs are more than twice as likely to work a 45-hour week as those in others
Queens Park Rangers FC
QPR get vital green light in bid to build new ground
Rangers tick one more box as they strive towards a future on Old Oak Common
Brentford take significant step towards Lionel Road stadium as Hounslow Council activate CPO
This enables the council to take possession of the required bits of land in the next 28 days
Church aims to banish Brexit blues with free all-nighter at Hounslow Civic Centre
Up to 2,000 people are expected to attend Total Experience, which will run from 9pm on Friday (July 29) to 5am the next morning
Hounslow London Borough Council
Hate crime debate turns bitter as Tory councillors stage walkout in Hounslow
Conservatives defended their actions, which were branded 'shameful' by Labour rivals
Delay over Heathrow third runway decision costing UK up to £6m a day, say MPs
Theresa May urged to show her 'mettle' and end speculation over airport expansion 'immediately'
EU citizens must be allowed to remain in UK despite Brexit, says Hounslow MP
Ruth Cadbury also says she hopes the decision to leave the EU is 'not irrevocable'