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Council leader: Conservatives are wrong to get FBS parents' hopes up

The Labour council leader has come down heavily on Conservatives telling parents they have a viable site in Fulham

Ladbrokes offers 3-1 odds that Boris will come to Uxbridge

Place your bets on Bojo taking Sir John Randall's seat for next election

BREAKING: Possible site found for Fulham Boys School

Fulham's Conservatives have asked the council leader to urgently consider Watermeadow Court as a new site for the school which had its funding pulled last week.

Owner of stolen vintage Triumph asks for help to find car

The 33-year-old Triumph was stolen from Beaufort Street, Chelsea, on June 7.

Fulham Boys School 'given days' to find new site

The schools minister has given FBS pupils a glimmer of hope after Michael Gove pulled the plug on the school opening in September

Violent criminal threatened to 'chop up victim and throw him in canal' unless family paid ransom

An Etritrean national will be deported after serving nine years in jail after holding a man hostage in Westminster and demanding his family pay £3,500.

Have you seen missing 13-year-old Aisha Azzouzi?

The 13-year-old Maida Vale girl does not have her much-needed medication with her and has gone missing once before.

One of Unison's previous strikes

WATCH: Public sector strikes: how is YOUR West London borough affected?

GetWestLondon has compiled details of schools and council services affected across Hounslow, Hillingdon, Harrow, Brent, Ealing, Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Fulham and Chelsea

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Neighbours fear council 'social cleansing' with Crossrail 2 plans

Neighbours from Chelsea's Cremorne Estate fear their homes could be demolished for a Crossrail 2 station

Homeless man wanted for questioning over spate of church burglaries

Churches across West London have been targeted in recent months by a burglar stealing collection money after breaking into the religious buildings.

£40,000 fine for illegal roof extension man who acted with the 'utmost stupidity'

Mayur Naturbhai Patel faces jail if he does not pay the fines imposed after repeated warnings to take down the Holland Park roof extension

Salon celebrates decade of hairdressing for the stars

Rene Aubrey Hairdressing in South Kensington has been successfully running for a decade

Greg Hands, Conservative MP for Chelsea and Fulham updated

Fulham MP: 'It's the Labour council's fault Fulham Boys School isn't opening'

Greg Hands MP has blamed Hammersmith and Fulham's Labour council for giving Michael Gove little choice but to postpone the opening of the new free school

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Council pledges to find places for Fulham Boys School pupils

Hammersmith and Fulham Council is helping find last-minute places for 52 boys who were told this week their new school would not be opening.

36 years jail for 'evil' gang who forced Hungarian women into prostitution

The vile gang who operated across London have been jailed after tricking 120 Hungarian women into prostitution and making some have sex with 20 men a day.

Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Education updated

Squabbling politicians blamed for Fulham free school application being rejected

Fulham Boys School has had its application rejected by Michael Gove and blames a fight between the coalition and the new Labour council

Fraudster who claimed nearly £50,000 in benefits escapes jail sentence

Mary Mendy claimed benefits from Kensington and Chelsea Council under a false name

Nick Clegg praises west London schools helping disadvantaged pupils

The deputy prime minister also launched an initiative to help children from less well off backgrounds starting school

BA pilots give sky high rating to view of West London as seen from their cockpits.

Northern Lights are the only sight that top the approach to Heathrow Airport according to company survey.

Louis Vuitton third Knightsbridge designer handbag store to be ram-raided in a year

Thieves targeted the Sloane Street store on Thursday. Gucci and nearby Designer Exchange have also recently been targeted.

Statistics show that rich foreigners could be displacing West Londoners

There may be some truth to the idea that locals are being priced out by rich foreigners in West London as the area is seeing the biggest growth of international migration in the country.

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Exclusive: Crossrail 2 station could destroy hundreds of homes built after Second World War

A leaked document has revealed TfL are planning an option to put a Crossrail 2 station on Chelsea's Cremorne Estate

A young couple study homes in an estate agents' window

Priced out of the market: West London has no homes for average young family buyers

Research has revealed first-time family buyers on an average income have no chance of buying a two plus bedroom house in the area.

Shepherd's Bush bids sad farewell to its 'unofficial mayor' Kimi de Castro

A packed-out memorial was held last night (June 23) for community activist Kimikawa de Castro who died unexpectedly last weekend

Concert raises thousands for most disadvantaged children

A concert on Saturday night helped raise more than £8,000 for Kensington charity, Solidarity Sports

Angelina Jolie praises ex-Chelsea student who made Maleficent headpiece

The actress was in awe of Justin Smith's work on the horned headpiece she wears in Disney's new film Maleficent

In pictures: Chelsea Pensioners open breakthrough dementia sensory garden

The famous ex-servicemen opened a new sensory garden for dementia patients in Kensington and Chelsea

Trafficking gang guilty of tricking Hungarian women into prostitution

The gang operated from a Brent Cross house and forced around 120 women into prostitution across London after tricking them into coming to England.

Last chance to call for Crossrail 2 station in Chelsea

Kensington and Chelsea Council is calling for residents to take part in a TfL consultation which will determine if a Crossrail 2 station comes to west Chelsea.

Road deaths and serious injuries fall sharply across west London

Hillingdon sees the biggest reduction in road traffic casualties, which were down by more than a third last year in the borough compared with 2012

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