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Thousands campaign against NHS 'sell-off' in Trafalagar Square

  • NHS

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

Jailed: Teen who ripped £50,000 of jewellery from woman in car

Gang member Remy McLeod, 19, ripped earrings and a Rolex from a woman in St John's Wood after forcing his way into her car.

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Westway commuter chaos as man seriously injured in crash

The eastbound Westway, Marylebone Flyover and Harrow Road slip were all closed this morning as people made their way into central London.

Jailed: Violent thug who throttled women to steal jewellery and handbags

Junior Cooper, of Queen's Park, was jailed today for 12 years after he throttled women in Westminster and Camden then ripped out their earrings and stole Rolex's

Jailed for life: Pimlico teen murdered friend over £30

Yusef Al-Jaaf stabbed his friend Basel Aghabra six times in the torso in February.

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.

A-level results: DLD College students celebrate 99 per cent pass rate

Three students from the school in Marylebone are heading to Oxford after an impressive set of results.

Valentino FOURTH Knightsbridge designer handbag store to be raided in 15 months

Five people on mopeds smashed through the Sloane Street store just after midnight today (August 7) and stole handbags.

Named and shamed: Hammersmith restaurants fined £40,000 for employing illegal migrant workers

Four restaurants in Hammersmith and Edgware Road have been named after failing to pay fines for employing illegal migrant workers.

A list stars' favourite Marylebone restaurant is told to clean up its act by hygiene inspectors

The Chiltern Firehouse, popular with A-list stars such as Kate Moss and David Beckham and even the Prime Minister has been given a two out of five star hygiene rating.

Incident at Ealing Broadway station causes travel disruption

It is believed a person has been hit by a train, according to Total Travel South

Half of Charing Cross Hospital WILL be sold and services moved out

Campaigners ran crying from this morning's meeting where NHS bosses rubber stamped plans to 'move out' major services from the hospital.

Schoolgirl talks about FGM to beat thousands to Speak Out final

St Marylebone School pupil Sophia Beach impressed judges with her speech which she says David Cameron quoted.

Watch: Get Carter director talks to Marylebone students

Students at DLD College London interviewed Hollywood director Mike Hodges who directed cult classics Flash Gordon and Get Carter

London schools to teach maths the 'Chinese way' to boost results

Two schools in west London were made into hubs today to help pupils in the area boost their maths skills by using a Chinese method.

Former addicts celebrate help from charity set up by singer Jackie Leven

Former and present addicts celebrated the help given to them by The Core Trust in Marylebone, set up by the Scottish singer

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Review: Tea with a twist at Amanzi in London W1

Selina Sykes reviews Amanzi Tea, 24 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 8TX

Marylebone Boys' School finally finds permanent home

The school will open in a temporary site in Kilburn this autumn before moving back to Marylebone in September 2016

A (mostly) delicious evening of a la carte theatre

  • BBC

A mystery box of theatrical treats awaited festival-goers at SPACED, but there were a few coffee creams thrown in

Living wall installed in school to improve air quality

A wall of plants was unveiled at St Marylebone CofE during Climate Week

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Harrow and Wealdstone Station 'busier than Stoke-on-Trent, Basildon and Welwyn Garden City'

Station is Britain's 179th busiest railway station - handling more journeys than several large Home Counties towns

University of Westminster tests a cure for hepatitis C

Doctors have developed a drug based on gene therapy they hope will cure liver diseases caused by the virus

Theatre with a criminal plot

  • BBC

Your chance to live the criminal life for one night only as you attempt to carry out a heist in the old BBC studios

Best documentary Bafta for University of Westminster lecturers

The Act of Killing directed by Dr Joshua Oppenheimer won at last night's awards

West London teacher takes time out of class to become Winter Olympics pundit

Colin Bryce teaches PE at Portland Place School and has travelled to Russia to commentate on the Winter Games

Chiltern Railways commuter Ben Dunlop snapped the flooding of the track on his phone at Sudbury Hill Harrow Station

Delays: flooding in Harrow and Sudbury, and burst water main in Wealdstone

Motorists and public transport hit by aftermath of deluge

Ozz Restaurant 41-43 Lisson Grove, London NW1

Food Review: Brazilian chef scores with imaginative and smart cooking

Adrian Seal eats at Ozz Restaurant 41-43 Lisson Grove, London NW1 6UB. Telephone 020 7724 6764.

Amanzi is on a mission to redefine London's love affair with tea

While a commuter ritual may be clutching a skinny chai latte before diving onto the Tube, Hannah Flint visited one of London’s newest tea houses to ?nd out how the humble brew is making an exotic come-back.

Ex-presenter sets up musical theatre company

A vocal training and performance coach from Acton is running workshops for people of all levels

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