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A tiny start-up company from east London has become embroiled in a trademarks row with the widow of Beatles icon John Lennon over the sale of a lemonade called John Lemon.

An exhibition of powerful photographs showing acid attack survivors as they rebuild their lives is aiming to reshape the way others look at people with severe facial scaring.

The top cop in charge of tackling acid attacks in Tower Hamlets and across the capital this week called for the sale of strong corrosives to be licensed – and tougher sentences for those carrying them.

This is the lethal ‘face melter’ acid that can burn and maim people in seconds - and has been used in a wave of shocking attacks across the capital.

Search our table of London MPs’ expense claims to find out how much your local MP spent in 2015-16

A Tower Hamlets youth worker has vowed to “fight all the way” to clear his name over allegations that he assaulted a police officer.

The police watchdog has stepped in to carry out investigations into the arrests of two young people in Tower Hamlets after videos of the controversial incidents went viral.

The borough’s top police officer is due to face a community backlash over the force’s treatment of young people - after a shocking video emerged this week showing a Pc manhandling a schoolgirl.

This shocking video shows the moment when a police officer drags a 13-year-old schoolgirl in handcuffs across the floor ‘like a piece of meat’ - all due to a silly school-gates row.

The head of the fire brigade has defended plans to axe a Poplar fire engine, saying London will be less able to cope with a Paris-style terrorist attack if alternative cost-cutting proposals are pursued.

Poplar is at risk of permanently losing one of its fire engines under plans that will result in firefighters taking longer to reach blazes in the borough.

A probe into expenses has shown the two MPs who represent Tower Hamlets cost the taxpayer £1.3million in payments for staff, office costs and travel over the past five years.

A children’s A&E doctor who works gruelling 12 hour shifts fears lives could be put at risk if controversial new NHS contracts are imposed by the government.

New research has warned a “culture conducive” to non-violent extremism has emerged on campus at Queen Mary University of London, leaving students vulnerable to the influence of radical preachers.

Former Islamic radical Sohail Ahmed paints a deeply troubling picture of extremism on campus at Queen Mary University of London.

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