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Gareth Southgate’s England drew 0-0 for the second time in four days at Wembley Stadium, this time against Brazil in front of 84,595 fans.

Sprint relay squads produce stunning results

England women edge past Germany

Saturday, July 15, 2017

England 1 Germany 0

Japan 1 England 0

England 3 Poland 0

Women’s team ready for action in South Africa

Ex-O’s boss and Academy Director thankful to some of his old staff members at Brisbane Road and reflects on ‘heartbreaking’ situation at E10 club

Maori All Blacks 10 British & Irish Lions 32

At last it’s Peace. Victory in Europe with Hitler finally defeated and the East End can breathe safely after nearly six years of war. Our nightly revisit to the big stories of the Age marking the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary last month has now reached 1945, a brave new world with hope for our future...

Gerard, Griffioen and Wagner all win again

Paralympic champion moves to top of rankings ahead of final

Paralympic champion meets French rival in semi-finals

Quartet book semi-final spots on day two

Competition underway at Olympic Park

ADVERTISER 150: Our nightly celebration of the 150 years of the East London Advertiser’s news coverage since November, 1866, reaches the Edwardian era, an age of eloquence in High Society—but poverty and deprivation for the East End’s working class. An Advertiser investigation into the death in Mile End of a bakery “slave worker” through overwork lands the paper with threat of legal action by the bake house owner.

It is one of the many stories of poverty that year like the tramp dying of starvation in the street—along with other news of escaped criminals on the run in Limehouse, attacks on workhouse staff by inmates, illegal abortions, lady pedestrians run over by “dangerous motor-carriages” and Greek gypsies setting up illegal camp at Tower Hill…

Belgian cannot wait to start defence at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park next week

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