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Dangerous criminals could be living under aliases, police warn

The officer leading Operation Sunfire said five men wanted abroad for crimes including rape and sex trafficking could be living unassuming lives in west London.

Terrorism officers arrest two men in west London

Police officers injured in Westminster
Police raided two addresses as part of an investigation into elderly victims being conned into funding extremists' trips to war-torn Syria

Public inquiry may be needed to secure land for Brentford FC's new stadium

First Industrial, which owns an office block on the site, is understood to be the last landowner standing in the way of the Bees' new ground

Hillingdon Council 'faces £200,000 bill' over Sainsbury's Arla row

The developer behind the £100m plans says the taxpayer will have to pay to preserve the "immoral" supermarket giant's monopoly in South Ruislip

Man admits robbing frail pensioner for just £5

Solomon Bygraves, 29, admitted robbing 93-year-old Stanley Evans in Soho

Harrods worker suspended for taking half-eaten FREE pie home

Anthea Harding, 41, finished half her pie then took the rest home but has been accused of stealing - despite the Knightsbridge store providing the free lunch

Brentford FC hotshot found guilty of handling stolen goods

Academy graduate Montell Moore, who signed a three-year contract with the Bees last August, was fined £500

Brentford FC hotshot found guilty of handling stolen goods

Academy graduate Montell Moore, who signed a three-year contract with the Bees last August, was fined £500

UK's first state-funded Hindu school unveils plans for new home

You can learn more about Avanti House School's plans to move to council playing fields in Stanmore at an exhibition next week

West London femal genital mutilation figures worst in capital

A shocking 550 cases of female genital mutilation have been recorded across west London since September, despite the practice being illegal

Men beaten with baton and metal pole during Cranford attack

Police
Police have appealed for witnesses to the attack in Cranford, which left four men needing hospital treatment

Crime

Dangerous foreign criminals could be living under aliases, police warn

The officer leading Operation Sunfire said five men wanted abroad for crimes including rape and sex trafficking could be living unassuming lives in west London.

Terrorism officers arrest two men in west London

Police officers injured in Westminster
Police raided two addresses as part of an investigation into elderly victims being conned into funding extremists' trips to war-torn Syria

Men beaten with baton and metal pole during Cranford attack

Police
Police have appealed for witnesses to the attack in Cranford, which left four men needing hospital treatment

Kensington art dealer wins her height in sausages

Emily Tsingou won a link of 26 sausages after winning a competition at Lidgates Butchers in Holland Park

Heathrow Airport and Star Alliance win Airport of the Year award

Terminal 2 - The Queen's Terminal - scoops accolade of the year at Air Transport World (ATW) awards

Fuller's historic Chiswick Bitter runner-up in Beer of the Year awards

West London brew Chisiwck Bitter named runner-up in the Castle Rock beer awards

News in Pictures

West London femal genital mutilation figures worst in capital

A shocking 550 cases of female genital mutilation have been recorded across west London since September, despite the practice being illegal

Figures show 10% of staff costs goes on agency workers at Central and North West London Trust

A spokesman for Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust said their preference is to use those permanently employed

New UKIP candidate is champion canoeist and former police inspector

Richard Hendron, who defected from the Tories two years ago, has been chosen to represent UKIP in Brentford and Isleworth

All parties should have quotas for ethnic minority candidates, says MP hopeful

Godson Azu, standing for the All People's Party in Brentford and Isleworth, also backs a third runway at Heathrow

Education

UK's first state-funded Hindu secondary school unveils plans for new home

You can learn more about Avanti House School's plans to move to council playing fields in Stanmore at an exhibition next week

Cllr Gary Malcolm: Ealing school pupils getting a better deal thanks to the Liberal Democrats

Liberal Democrats in Government are making a difference in schools in Ealing, says local Lib Dem leader Councillor Gary Malcolm in his latest column.
Becky Watts

Stepbrother charged with murder of 16-year-old Becky Watts

Nathan Matthews, 28, in police custody while girlfriend Shauna Hoare has been charged with intending to pervert the course of justice

Hillsborough inquests hear top policeman planned to blame 'drunken, ticketless' Liverpool fans

Police at Hillsborough
Former South Yorkshire Police Chief Superintendent Terry Wain is said to have told a meeting that officers would gather evidence to show Liverpool fans had caused the disaster

Videos & Photos

Five dangerous men linked to west London wanted by police

Photo album documents WW2 through eyes of teenage Navy recruit

Cbeebies favourite Tree Fu Tom entertains kids in Uxbridge

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh attends squadron parade at RAF Northolt

Job Centre protests as union tries to protect unemployed

Family of WW2 airman in victory over developers planning to bulldoze crash site

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Ealing, Acton Greenford and Northolt
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Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea
Robert Cumber
Hounslow, Heston and Isleworth, Chiswick
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Ealing, Southall, West Ealing and Hanwell
Matt Lewis
Sports Reporter
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Sports Reporter
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Feltham, Bedfont & Hanworth
Tim Street
Deputy Sports Editor
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Sports Reporter