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21:43, 26 NOV 2016
Here's what we learned from the victory over Spurs that took Chelsea back to the top of the league
Victor Moses is a man reborn - and other things we learned from Chelsea's win against Spurs
BMail: Operation Teapot, nuclear bombs and conkers
This week Barbara Fisher reminisces about growing up during the Cold War years.
Drayton Manor High School
Drayton Manor High School students raise money for children in India and Malawi
The four teenagers from Drayton Manor High School are raising money for The Wings of Hope Achievement Award (WOHAA); a charity working to educate underprivileged children.
Poet, Benjamin Zephaniah made to feel like 'African Royalty' in Ealing
Mr Zephaniah, who once turned down an OBE from the Queen after stating the empire reminded him of slavery, visited the children in Ealing Central Library recently, as part of the Lottery funded Building Bridges project.
Food Review: Steak gets exciting at The Meat Co in Westfield
Adrian Seal eats at The Meat Co , Westfield Shopping Centre, Shepherd's Bush W12 7GA Telephone 020 8749 5914.
Schoolgirls highlight plight of child soldiers in award-winning song
Trio of pupils from Kingsley Academy, in Hounslow, win Amnesty songwriting competition with their rousing ballad about child soldiers recruited during the bloody civil war in Sierra Leone
UK Independence Party
UKIP candidate deselected over 'nutty' election flyer
David W Griffiths, who had been chosen to stand in Isleworth, is also criticised by the party for his 'disgusting' online comments, in which he suggested some people were 'intended by nature' to be slaves
New film reveals role 'Monsieur Jacques' had in release of Nelson Mandela
Audiences in Hammersmith and South Kensington got a preview of Plot for Peace, a new documentary uncovering the man behind Nelson Mandela's release.
Perivale reporter makes it to BBC Newsround
Danya Bazaraa chatted to the presenter about how she made it onto the show, her early life in the borough and how it will always be her home
Cllr Gary Malcolm: Thinking of NHS at this time of year
Ealing Liberal Democrat leader Councillor Gary Malcolm offers his New Year thoughts.
2013 in West London: Pictures and stories that made the year
Join getwestlondon as we highlight some of the memorable moments from 2013
Campaigner remembers his "humbling" moments with Mandela
Suresh Kamath, 61, joined the anti-apartheid movement during his student days and helped to organise the freedom concert at Wembley Stadium in April 1990 to mark the release of the political prisoner, who passed away on Thursday December 5.
Read: full text of Nelson Mandela's 1990 Wembley Stadium concert speech
Look at statesman's inspirational words voiced at the Nelson Mandela: An International Tribute for a Free South Africa concert
Nelson Mandela visited Brent for Wembley Stadium concert - and was given freedom of borough
Former South African president met the then Mayor of Brent and the council leader
Harrow Council leader debate turns sour over claims constitution was 'torn up'
THE CONSTITUTION of Harrow Council last night had 18 sections suspended in a move that was compared to the acts of Nazi Germany burning books.
Pride winners invited to tour Parliament
IT was another proud moment for our Pride in our People winners as they toured Parliament last week.
Brent London Borough Council
Nelson Mandela given Freedom of the borough
ONE of the world’s best-loved public figures was given the highest award in Brent.
REVIEW: Mies Julie, Riverside Studios ****
THERE are only three characters in Yael Farber's modern day reworking of Miss Julie, but they walk a stage crowded with ghosts.
Apartheid victim in acclaimed tale of South Africa's ongoing struggles
MIES Julie sees August Strindberg's classic tale of class, love and lust transposed to post-apartheid South Africa.
Bm@il: There's a care plan, Mr Lansley, and it is quite old itself
WHAT do you think about the recent government plans for funding elderly care?
Ealing Pride winners get a tour of Parliament
THE five winners of this year's Pride in our People awards trod in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela, the Pope and Barack Obama during a tour of Parliament on Monday.
Andrew Flintoff made honorary life member of MCC
IT’S NOT every day you get to hear the names The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu and Andrew Flintoff in the same sentence.
Harrow Arts Centre
Five of the best: A journey into the heart of a nation
WRITTEN and performed by Greig Coetzee, this South African theatre classic is funny, poignant but also harrowing.
9/11 and a terrifying New York taxi ride were among the inspirations for Richard Bean's latest play The Big Fellah, about Irish Americans and their influence on the Northern Ireland Troubles.