Hayes man sentenced for pub stabbing that left victim 'fighting for life'

Police said the victim was a "small fraction away from losing his life" after the stabbing in a Hayes pub

Win £1,000 to spend in store at AHF Furniture & Carpets

Win great cash prizes to spend in the AHF Furniture and Carpets store opening in Hayes this week

Michael Sobell Hospice gets celebrity treatment from Linda Barker

BBC Changing Rooms presenter Linda Barker paid a visit to the hospice to unveil a much-needed new family room

Poundland buys 99p Stores in £55m deal

The takeover was under investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority over concerns it would have an impact on competition

August Bank Holiday: What's going on in west London

August bank holiday is just around the corner, and there are plenty of things to do all around west London!

Uxbridge in Pictures

Pasta Sereni restaurant to open in Piccadilly

New restaurant Pasta Sereni will bring "warmth and passion of Italian homemade cuisine" to London

Unsigned Friday: Introducing - Riot In Paradise

Unsigned Friday: Bringing you the best of London's unsigned artists every Friday

Notting Hill Carnival: YOUR complete guide to the bumper event

Route maps, transport details, location of sound systems and road closure info - the complete Notting Hill Carnival guide

Brentford legend's son is a world champion

Terry Evans' lad is taking taekwondo by storm

Bowls: Ealing clubs to the power of four enjoy that winning feeling

West Ealing headed to nationals with news also from Brentham, Gunnersbury Park and Springfield

Jordanne Whiley and Andy Lapthorne book Nottingham semis

Hillingdon duo star at British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships with victories

'Ground Force'-style garden make-over for Uxbridge dad battling leukaemia

Father-of-two Richard Robbins was diagnosed with leukaemia in April, so staff at LifeBuild Solutions have teamed up to create an exciting garden fit for twin toddlers

See how much sensitive data YOUR council has lost

Figures show there have been nearly 200 breaches in west London, but who are the worst offenders?

Ruislip stepped back to Middle Ages with Medfest 2015

People all of ages flocked to Ruislip to experience medieval life with knights, jousting and re-enactments

Brave dad who survived strokes caused by holes in heart raises thousands of pounds for Hillingdon Hospital

Ian Partridge discovered he had holes in his heart which he said affects one in six people in the UK

Ealing maternity closure has brought 'positives' to Hillingdon

"It's been a positive thing for us because we've been able to put services into place that we've never been able to do before"

Concerns for missing West Drayton man with 'severe health problems'

William Byrne, 38, was last seen at Hillingdon Hospital over a week ago


Uxbridge historically formed part of the parish of Hillingdon. As part of the suburban growth of London, it became a municipal borough in 1955. It is a significant retail and commercial centre with modern shopping centres, and is the location of Brunel University.

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Harrow and Brent
Robert Cumber
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Sports Reporter
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Deputy Sports Editor
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