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Jon Cruddas MP praised the capital’s emergency services after police shot dead the Islamist terrorist who murdered three in Westminster yesterday.

The town hall’s flag is flying at half-mast today in solidarity with the three people killed by a terrorist in Westminster yesterday.

A 26-year-old gardener accused of stabbing a woman in the head will face court at the Old Bailey on Monday.

Officers have been armed with 1,181 body-worn cameras as part of a £3.4million drive for accountability.

The anti-Islam director of Sharia Watch UK, Anne Marie Waters, will address the borough’s Ukip branch on Tuesday.

A takeaway that served a woman a cockroach with her lamb curry was this morning fined £3,500 and its owner £333 after hygiene breaches.

The family of a bouncer stabbed to death outside his house donated £1,020 to the animal charity in his memory six months after the killing.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) today announced it will interview 17 officers in “the coming weeks” over alleged failures that stopped the Met catching the Barking serial killer sooner.

Former civil service head Lord Bob Kerslake has been tasked with putting “rocket boosters” on regeneration in the borough.

A police chase ended in a crash this morning as officers pursued a stolen car.

A cashless parking scheme traders branded “soul-destroying” has been backed by readers.

A minority Muslim group donated more than 100 food hampers to nine women’s refuges.

Rubble, rat traps, needles and syringes dumped in a private car park next to a nursery led to council intervention.

Hundreds of volunteers, politicians and Muslims joined for the launch of a sponsored walk that will raise money for 60 UK’s charity.

The council’s war on “grime crime” continues as “hard-hitting” images show a man placing a plaid shirt in a backstreet.

Volunteer Bill Foulkes, 83, tells Sebastian Murphy-Bates about his work with Diabetes UK after being nominated for an Inspire Award after 14 years of raising awareness

Pioneering pupils have launched their own online news channel.

Jon Cruddas slammed the chancellor’s budget as a “smoke and mirrors” failure for working people, schools and the National Health Service.

Images of two suspected fly-tippers have been released in the council’s continued fight against “grime crime”.

We asked Post readers how they’d feel about being replaced by robots in the workplace as the borough’s voice was heard on Radio 4.

Remain voter Jon Cruddas was accused of being “out of touch” after campaigners revealed his constituents backed Brexit by a margin 28.3 per cent greater than his majority.

More than 200 people took part in a discussion on robotics led by philosopher Michael Sandel for Radio 4’s The Public Philosopher.

A bus crashed into a tower block this morning, leaving two injured.

A man and a woman were arrested this afternoon after a stabbing left a 29-year-old fighting for her life with head injuries.

Students explored wellbeing as part of a partnership with a mental health charity.

There were 618 knife or blade-related crimes in the borough last year as a rise in violence left three dead.

A philosopher from the elite American university will discuss the role of robots in our future economy – and you can be in the audience.

Borough schools could face losing 393 teachers by 2020, a trade union warned today.

Three year 12 pupils reached the final of an international debating competition in Japan.

Police will tonight patrol the scene of a brutal stabbing as a 29-year-old woman remains in critical condition.

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