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The MP for Barking has warned that public confidence in the police has plummeted after a major shake-up to the force’s command.

A 17-year-old charged with terrorism offences is set to appear in court today.

The Festival of Everyone is coming to Barking and Dagenham this Saturday with a full programme of events as part of Participatory City’s £6.4 million investment into Barking and Dagenham.

Knives, an axe and box cutter blades were among the weapons handed to Dagenham police station last month.

Former West Ham United manager Alan Curbishley and defender Chris Powell will reunite to talk about their footballing journeys and why they support Prostate Cancer UK during an exclusive Q&A evening in London on Monday, November 27.

A million first-time buyers are expected by the government to benefit from the stamp duty cut over the next five years - but experts have warned there could be unintended downsides for the housing market.

First time buyers will benefit from not having to pay stamp duty on homes costing £300,000 or less, the chancellor has announced.

A Dagenham man who directed air ambulance crews during the London Bridge attack has received an award for his “exemplary” years of service.

Boyhood Arsenal fan and NBA star OG Anunoby wants to inspire the next generation of young Great British basketball players.

Religious groups paid each other a visits at their respective places of worship as part of World Inter Faith Week.

Residents have painted a mural in Barking Riverside’s community garden on a day of fun for the local community.

Closing Dagenham Jobcentre would hurt countless jobseekers in one of London’s most deprived areas, campaigners have warned.

Officials from the Gangmaster and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) arrested two Indian workers at a Barking recycling plant on suspicion of immigration offences on Wednesday.

The Whites manager is the second-favourite to take over at Brisbane Road, but is focused on taking on Dagenham & Redbridge tomorrow

Barking Abbey-based Toshi Kazoku Judokwai had a day to remember at the London Schools’ event at the University of East London.

Barking and Dagenham launched its Borough of Culture bid in style today with council leader Darren Rodwell leading an army of supporters on a conga dance outside the town hall.

Barking MP Margaret Hodge launched a petition today to keep the Learning Centre police counter open.

Sally Newland works as a school home support worker in a secondary school. She talks about politicians, pensions and improvements to the borough.

Leyton Orient will have a new face, or should that be faces, in the dugout this weekend when they host Dover Athletic in the National League on Saturday.

A crash on the A13 Canning Town flyover, in the westbound direction, has brought traffic to a standstill across east London.

Gale Street club visit London Two North East opposition this weekend

The council and its leader have hit back at a New York Times journalist who branded Dagenham a “stronghold of anti-Muslim nativists” in a newspaper article.

Dagenham Boxing Club saw three of their young fighters crowned London champions in the National Association of Boys & Girls Clubs Youth Championships on Sunday.

Dagenham Farm is looking for a new cohort of trainees to give a leg up into the food industry.

The Mayor of London issued a rallying call to young people across the capital today as he launched a new anti-knife campaign saying: ‘Don’t carry a knife, we need you alive’.

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