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A man has been arrested over alleged racially aggravated offences on a London Overground train between Stratford and Dalston Kingsland.

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A homeless man with severe mental health issues was failed by three councils who neglected their legal duties to support him before he died, a safeguarding review has found.

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Mental health care in Newham is set to be be radically transformed thanks to a major cash boost announced by NHS chiefs.

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London may be in the grip of a housing crisis, but it has more than 67,000 homes with no permanent residents, according to government figures.

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It’s finally over. Three years of nightmare journeys on the Gospel Oak to Barking London Overground line should be done with after regular service resumed today.

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“Unprecedented” plans by Madison Square Garden chiefs to display giant illuminated adverts on a proposed domed venue in Stratford have been opposed by Hackney Council.

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A prolific moped robber from Islington who went on a week-long phone-snatching spree has been jailed for more than three years.

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Transport chiefs have laid out their plans for a new cycle route from Hackney to the Isle of Dogs.

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The Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line will be halving its train frequency later this month – because of a lack of trains.

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Sadiq Khan

The “impending collapse” of the Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line has been averted and passengers will get a free month’s travel once the delayed new trains finally arrive.

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Sadiq Khan

Rail passengers have issued a “crisis bulletin” warning of the “impending collapse” of the Gospel Oak to Barking Overground line due to its trains all being removed.

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Sadiq Khan

Transport for London has said it has a “zero tolerance” policy towards “vandalism” and vowed to get police involved after an Overground train was sprayed with graffiti.

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Transport for London

There will be no Overground services between Stratford and Camden Road for three weeks over Christmas due to the demolition of a bridge in north London.

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Two gang members who threw ammonia at a shopkeeper and a random woman in the street are facing years in jail.

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Silvertown

A fantasist who murdered two men had three years earlier absconded while on leave from a mental health facility – where he had been flagged as being highly dangerous.

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NHS

Two men who smuggled loft insulation to support a courtroom lie in a case where a PCSO was shot at have been given jail terms.

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Controversial plans to close Hackney Wick station on West Ham match days have been scrapped after a U-turn from Transport for London.

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TfL

The company borne out of a back-office merger between Havering and Newham councils has saved £7million – but is slightly behind on its target.

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Newham

Top council chiefs are plotting to extend the back office merger between Newham and Havering to include joint-working with Bexley, the Recorder can reveal.

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Newham

When the first day of a festival is also the hottest day of the year, spirits are going to be high.

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London

It’s a serious case of the morning after the night before. Did that really happen? The photos of Brazilian fans crying into their flags with running face paint and elsewhere, lost expresions, suggest it did.

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Germany

Group H winners Belgium were hoping to make it eight out of eight for the top teams last night - with all seven before them having progressed to the quarter finals.

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Argentina

It was winner takes all between Ivory Coast and Greece last night in the final Group C game inside Fortaleza’s Estádio Castelão.

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Japan

The flag-clad crowd at Estádio Castelão in Fortaleza were all set to celebrate another win for the hosts last night, but their team’s Mexican opponents, and their 20,000 travelling fans, had other ideas.

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United Kingdom

An emotional tribute march has taken place in memory of tragic teenager Champion Ganda, one year after he was stabbed to death in broad daylight.

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