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Shocking video shows Black Friday getting ugly in Asda as Wembley shoppers grapple for bargains

Shopping for festive bargains got ugly this morning in Wembley...

Warm weather sees winter deaths at lowest levels since records began

Thanks to a warm winter, excess winter deaths in London fell by nearly 40 per cent last year.

Parents urged to get toddlers vaccinated against seasonal flu

Children are the main source of transmission of seasonal flu, according to the Department of Health, but not enough are getting the free vaccine against it

Detectives hunt for man involved in three indecent assaults on women in Chiswick and Acton border

Suspect described as white, 5ft 4ins to 5ft 9ins, aged 25 to 30, of stocky or athletic build with brown hair, wearing a grey beanie hat, and spoke a foreign language

Foxtons founder sues garage after his Lamborghini blows up in flames on the A40

Jon Hunt says the wrong type of spark plugs were fitted to his car by H.R Owen Dealerships Ltd

Crime

Police seek information about teenager stabbing in Harrow

An incident which left two 17-year-old boys with stab wounds - one of them critical - has led to two arrests, but police need more information from the community.

Violent Polish sex offender jailed after launching three attacks on different women in the SAME day

Thug admitted assaulting, but denied sexual assaulting the women, but a jury found him guilty

Detectives hunt for man involved in three indecent assaults on women in Chiswick and Acton border

Suspect described as white, 5ft 4ins to 5ft 9ins, aged 25 to 30, of stocky or athletic build with brown hair, wearing a grey beanie hat, and spoke a foreign language

Life is sweet (and savoury!) as snack firm defends its best in West London title

Organisers delight as awards build on the success of last year with double number of entries

Chelsea pub that served Rolling Stones and Agatha Christie is to reopen after community campaign

Resident and campaigner Paul Miller outside the Cross Keys pub in Chelsea
The historic Cross Keys pub in Chelsea has been saved from closure thanks to a community led campaign, as is reopening under new owners.

Best-One convenience store in Isleworth wins a national award

Alkesh Gadher and his wife Chan were crowned kings of merchandising at last night's Independent Achievers Academy (IAA) awards

Warm weather sees winter deaths at lowest levels since records began

Thanks to a warm winter, excess winter deaths in London fell by nearly 40 per cent last year.

Parents urged to get toddlers vaccinated against seasonal flu

Children are the main source of transmission of seasonal flu, according to the Department of Health, but not enough are getting the free vaccine against it
The Mayor of Harrow in 2013/14 Councillor Nizam Ismail pictured at Edgware's Bob Lawrence Library

Closure of four Harrow libraries and reduction of hours of remaining branches proposed by council

Consultation launched on shutting of Bob Lawrence Library in Edgware, North Harrow Library in North Harrow, Hatch End Library in Hatch End, and Rayners Lane Library in South Harrow

Volunteer could be forced to quit charity work following car fine row with 'heartless' Harrow Council

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Graham Miller could be forced to sell his vehicle to pay off fines he was hit with while doing charity work, leaving disabled people without a helping hand

Education

Report into school's finances which highlights 'significant weaknesses' kept under wraps by Harrow Council

Headteacher Tara Gratton declined to speak to us when questioned further on her statement

Nishkam School West London could move to old sports ground in Osterley

Nishkam School West London is one of only two free schools to have opened in the borough to date updated
The free school in Isleworth is considering expanding onto the former Pyrene sports and social club, just north of Great West Road, getwestlondon has learned

Live: Black Friday 2014 - updates as bargain hunters spend millions in high street sales

It's Black Friday - the biggest shopping day of the year. We've got all the bargains, special offers and scraps as shoppers scramble to get the best deals

Morning news headlines: PM vows to curb EU migrant benefits, builder quizzed over double murder

David Cameron speaks during a media conference after an EU summit
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