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A review is set to take place into how authorities dealt with the recent terror attacks in the UK, the home secretary has announced.

A doorman and former bodyguard to the stars was stabbed to death outside his home by two machete-wielding teenagers on a moped, a court has heard.

The final three men arrested by detectives investigating the London Bridge terror attack have been released without charge.

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.

Inquests into the deaths of eight people killed in the London Bridge terror attacks are set to open at Southwark Coroner’s Court today and tomorrow.

With Prime Minister Theresa May announcing the Conservatives will form a minority government with support from the DUP, just who are the little-known party who could have a huge influence on politics in the next five years?

Theresa May has announced she will be forming a minority Conservative government with support from the DUP.

Kacey Adams, of Covert Road and his accomplice Daniel Wallace, of St Mary’s, Barking, were originally given three life sentences with a minimum term of 12 and a half years earlier this year.

They were meant to be introduced last month – but the new Elizabeth line trains are still being tested.

Patients at Whipps Cross Hospital are facing cancelled appointments more than a week after its computer systems were hit by a cyber attack.

Patients are being warned that some planned appointments will be cancelled as Whipps Cross University Hospital aims to recover from Friday’s cyber attack.

Barts Health, which runs Whipps Cross University Hospital, has been hit by a ‘cyber attack’ reported to be affecting NHS services across the country.

A pastor who admitted making and possessing indecent images of children has been jailed.

Police investigating yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster have arrested a woman in east London.

Rail passengers intending to travel this Easter are being advised to plan ahead due to engineering work affecting the east London network.

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

The family of a five-year-old boy battling leukaemia have thanked prospective donors for coming forward after a stem cell match was found.

Two eastbound lanes are closed on the A13 following a collision between a car and a motorcyclist.

Detectives investigating the shooting of a teenager with a BB gun on board a bus are continuing to appeal for information to find the culprit.

Parents of Year Six pupils are set to find out today which secondary school their child will be going to in September.

Commuters heading into London will not be able to use the Central line before 7am on Wednesday if the planned Tube strike goes ahead.

Two air weapons and 16 rounds of ammunition were handed in at Ilford police station as part of the Metropolitan Police’s gun amnesty week.

An Ilford man has been found guilty of killing a student who was found dead in a Stratford park.

Firearms owners are being asked to hand in their weapons, with no questions asked, as part of an initiative to reduce gun crime on the capital’s streets.

A football fan from Ilford was among nine sentenced for their part in a brawl between West Ham and Arsenal supporters.

A Tube strike set to hit commuters has been called off.

Two east London bus routes could see changes as part of a Transport for London (TfL) plan to improve the network.

An Ilford teenager who killed a commuter at Stratford station has today been jailed for two years and nine months.

It was a momentous night at Upton Park last week as the ladies team took centre stage

Two teenagers have today denied murdering a commuter at Stratford station.

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