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“You get two types of people who travel on the bus at night, drunks and people who need to get home to sleep.”

Chancellor Philip Hammond should use next month’s Budget to end policing cuts and put public safety first, the mayor of London has said.

A senior police officer has said it is “not practical” for officers to investigate crimes such as shoplifting and criminal damage as his force bids to save £400 million.

A march and rally is being held tomorrow to protest the closure of King George Hospital’s A&E.

What sport significantly improves physical and mental health, saves the NHS millions and is available for people to do every day?

The East Area Command Unit (EACU) will be one of the first London police forces to use iPads and iPhones to record information from crime scenes.

Concerns have been raised over an “increasing number of serious incidents” at Barking and Dagenham’s NHS trust due to missed or delayed diagnoses for cancer.

“Where are all the girls” were the words on everyone’s lips along Ilford Lane on Friday night. The police, probably the punters and even the prostitutes.

Barking and Dagenham’s highest ranked police officer has admitted response times have not been good enough since the tri-borough merger, but believes the force have now corrected the structural errors.

There are severe delays on TfL Rail due to a broken down train at Chadwell Heath.

The judge sentencing Ricky Hayden’s killer told him his actions were “within a hair’s breadth of murder” but said he would be loyal to the jury’s verdict.

A machete-wielding thug has been jailed for 14 years for killing celebrity minder Ricky Hayden outside his home in Chadwell Heath.

The family of celebrity minder Ricky Hayden who was attacked outside his home by a machete-wielding teenage have slammed the justice system before his killer’s sentencing.

A serial Collier Row burglar has been found guilty of trying to rob West Ham striker Andy Carroll’s £22,000 watch in a drive-by heist.

West Ham star Andy Carroll was whisked back to court after a last-minute request for him to give further evidence in the trial of a man accused of trying to rob him of his £22,000 watch.

A gun-wielding motorbike rider tried to rob West Ham striker Andy Carroll of his £22,000 wristwatch in Hainault as he drove home from training, a trial heard.

A woman, who left a “trail of destruction” across Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Essex, burgling more than 40 houses with her accomplice boyfriend, has been jailed.

The ringleader of the London Bridge terror attack taught primary school children and even passed a DBS check, the Post understands.

The Met have launched a new campaign to try and reduce the amount of scooter thefts and crack down on moped enabled crime.

After more than ten years in the making, today passengers stepped onto the state of the art Elizabeth line trains for the first time.

The eastbound carriageway of the A12 is still closed between Romford and Chadwell Heath, after a water main burst.

Barking and Dagenham’s NHS trust managed to avoid the worst effects of Friday’s cyber attack by taking systems offline immediately, the Post can reveal.

In the wake of Friday’s cyber attack on the NHS, Barking and Dagenham’s health trust is urging patients to only visit A&E in real emergencies.

Julie Marson has been announced as the Conservative candidate for Dagenham and Rainham, saying she promises to help “deliver Brexit”.

The prime minister Theresa May has announced a general election on June 8.

This is the moment police arrest Daniel Wallace for the “barbaric” torture of an elderly couple during a burglary, and blasting a man with a shotgun in a drive-by.

A pair of “barbaric” thugs have each been handed three life sentences for tying up and torturing a married couple as well as nearly killing a man in a drive-by shooting.

A policeman and two members of the public are among four people killed in a major terrorist incident at the Houses of Parliament.

The health secretary sent a special video to hospital staff which serve the borough, praising its trust for becoming the first in London to come out of special measures.

The NHS trust which serves the borough’s residents was today moved out of special measures, with particular praise given to care for children and those suffering with dementia.

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