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December 7 2013 Latest news:
Three men who terrorised the streets of east London in what they called a “Muslim Patrol” were handed jail sentences today at the Old Bailey.
Closures due to scheduled engineering work on the Underground have been confined to the early mornings this weekend.
Two off-licences in Brick Lane have fallen foul of council licencing rules with one losing its ability to sell alcohol for three weeks and another being refused a new licence.
Pupils from Newham and Tower Hamlets schools took part in Dragons’ Den style business pitches at an awards ceremony last week.
Jim Fitzpatrick MP has opened fire on “rip-offs” faced by leaseholders in a call for reform of unfair charges and a confusing legal system.
Art collections are always prized possessions but there is an added rareness when the stories depicted give a feel of life during the war.
There’s a break from league action as Orient take on Walsall in the FA Cup tomorrow - and midfielder Dean Cox has his heart set on a trip to Old Trafford if they make it through.
School children and market traders in the East End joined the festive season this week with the switching on of the Christmas lights in Chrisp Street.
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