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Eleven drug dealers who turned Ilford station into an open market for narcotics will collectively spend more than 28 years behind bars.

British boxing team witnessed Westminster attack

Passionate activists, high-flying youngsters and dedicated volunteers were honoured at the annual Mayor’s Community Awards last night.

Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that action is being taken to address “dangerous” overcrowding at Ilford station.

The Central line has been part suspended between Woodford and Epping while Transport for London (TfL) deal with a trespasser on the track.

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

Ahead of the candlelit vigil this evening for victims of the Westminster terror attack, an Ilford MP has said his “heart is broken” for those injured and killed.

Redbridge’s Muslim leaders have widely condemned the Westminster terror attack believed to have been carried out by a lone Islamic extremist yesterday.

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

The Foxes can move up to fifth in the table with another win over the Mile End Stadium club

Cruiserweight stops Wheeler at York Hall

Duo combine to come out on top at gymnastics finals

A murder hunt has been launched after a 19-year-old man was gunned down in Ilford late last night.

A party venue in Ilford is attracting gang related activity from across London, police officers have claimed.

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

More than a thousand campaigners young and old marched to Redbridge Town Hall on Saturday to show their support for King George Hospital’s A&E.

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

Ecuador’s Marlon Vera has stepped in at the 11th hour to face ‘One Punch’ in his final fight

Staff celebrate at the announcement that the health trust was out of special measures. Picture: CATHERINE DAVISON

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‘Machoman’ back in action at York Hall fighting for belt he lost in September

Wes Streeting has slammed George Osborne’s surprise appointment as Evening Standard editor saying it is “bad news” for politics and journalism.

A pupil from Highlands Primary School beat off entries from thousands of other children to win a national safety competition, and meet a member of JLS.

Tommy Simpson shows importance of donor registers

Highams club beaten by Norfolk club, but head coach says there is a lot to take from loss

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