Man dead after being ‘dragged under lorry’ in horrific north London crash

A man is dead after being crushed by a lorry while crossing a north London road. Medics battled to save the man, said by passers-by to be in his late 50s, but he was pronounced dead at the scene. It happened in Bullsmoor Lane, Enfield, at about 2.20pm, police confirmed. The man’s next of kin…

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Robert Mull resigns from London Met

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Police find missing London schoolgirl

One of three schoolgirls who went missing in London has been found safe and well. Fardowsa Hassan, from Wood Green, was found by police at an address in Haringey at 3am on Friday, Scotland Yard said. The 13-year-old had been missing for almost two weeks after disappearing on 6 December. Detectives are still searching for…

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

Fears for welfare of south London man Michael Wright missing for over a week

Police say they are increasingly concerned over the welfare of a south London man who has been missing for more than a week. Michael Wright, 47, of Adamsrill Road, Lewisham, has not been seen or heard from since he called his partner at 3.15am on Friday, December 11. He is described as a slim black man…

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London garden bridge plans under threat as councillors revolt

Plans for a garden bridge over the Thames could be put in jeopardy after local councillors broke with their party leadership to demand renewed scrutiny of the decision to hand a section of the South Bank to a private trust. A group of councillors in Lambeth, the local authority on whose land the south side…

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