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Ex-O’s first-team goalkeeper owns his own coaching company - Developing Goalkeeping UK - and has already had one major success story this season

Thousands of people looking for their “true north” wandered into east London’s Victoria Park for a ‘triathlon of the mind’ with outdoor yoga and meditation.

A team of women scientists sailing around Britain to sample waters for micro plastic and chemicals have found the Thames polluted with shock levels of toxic chemicals.

Bomb threat letters received by mosques in east London are being investigated by counter-terror police.

We have studied the players who have played in claret and blue and yellow and black and made our top 11? See if you agree

A warning shot has been fired by the Salvation Army’s world leader on a visit London’s deprived East End about closing doors on people when the Prime Minister triggers Article 50 next week to quit the EU.

An application for London’s historic Whitechapel Bell Foundry to be listed as an ‘Asset of Community Value’ has been made by conservationists.

Bethnal Green boxer excited by World Series of Boxing event

Former Arsenal striker ends his stay at Brisbane Road by agreeing MLS move

The Mayor in one of Britain’s most deprived areas has called on the Prime Minister to scrap her planned changes to school funding which threaten cuts in areas with children from the poorest backgrounds.

The future of a wall for street artists known the world over is in jeopardy as a development where Shakespeare’s Curtain Theatre was unearthed draws near to completion.

The future of a wall for street artists - which is known the world over and has raised over £100,000 for charity - is in jeopardy, as The Stage development draws closer to completion. EMMA BARTHOLOMEW finds out more about the Shoreditch Art Wall.

Calls have been made for any charges to be dropped against Zakaria Hussain—the youth worker seen on Youtube being rough handled by police outside his youth club in London’s East End.

A survivor of the 1996 Docklands bombing said questions remain unanswered after the former foreign secretary was quizzed by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.

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