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Football is back, but did it really go away this summer?

West Ham may not have qualified for Europe next season, but they will certainly be making some trips before the start of the new campaign.

A teenager arrested in Barking in connection with the London Bridge terror attack is to remain in police custody after a warrant for further detention was granted.

Spurs man in 25-man squad to face Scotland and France next month

Paul Nuttall met candidates at The Eastbrook pub to warn voters only Ukip can deliver Brexit, denying the party was divided despite disagreements over its face coverings ban.

World Series of Boxing action at iconic London venue

Hammers youngsters Jonathan Calleri and Edimilson Fernandes could get a start at the Stadium of Light

York Hall set to host crunch WSB clash

British boxing team witnessed Westminster attack

Hosts claim World Series of Boxing win at York Hall

A man who assaulted a police officer before stealing his car with a police dog inside it has been jailed today for two and a half years.

20-year-old may have gone to Rio last summer, but says it’s better fighting for Lionhearts

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

Boxing squad complete whitewash at York Hall

Bethnal Green boxer excited by World Series of Boxing event

The happy memories of elderly people will come to life in a play that promises to change perceptions.

Our West Ham Columnist says the Payet legacy has been tainted by the manner of his leaving

Hurt Hammers manager Slaven Bilic responds to stories calling him a hypocrite

Ahmadiyya Muslim Association volunteer Siemah Ahmad, 38, tells Sebastian Murphy-Bates how she and fellow believers spread peace through charity

West Ham have been hit by the news that star man Dimitri Payet wants to leave the club this month

West Ham youngsters learn valuable lessons

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Under-12s compete at Truce Tournament in Belgium

Ever wanted to go to France or try the French cuisine? Now is your chance as a European food fair is filling the streets of Barking.

Paralympic champion moves to top of rankings ahead of final

Paralympic champion meets French rival in semi-finals

Competition underway at Olympic Park

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