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A gang has been found guilty of hacking into a businessman's email account and attempting to steal £3million.

A fundraising appeal is to be launched in a bid to introduce life-saving equipment installed in a park.

A total of 36 new British citizens have sworn their allegiance to Queen and country.

A school's staff have gone on strike after accusing a headteacher of 'unacceptable' behaviour.

A firm which manages social housing for councils has scooped an industry award.

A campaign group parked pot plants in a parking bay to highlight the need to reclaim the streets for people.

The daubing of a 30 foot swastika on the side of a business owned by a Jewish Brexit Party candidate whose father survived the Holocaust has been condemned as 'vile and disgusting'.

A park's guardians are staging a picnic aimed at bringing communities together in memory of the murdered MP Jo Cox.

An anti-racism campaigner's friend has vowed supporters will never give up their fight to get his killer named 40 years after his death at the hands of police.

A prize-winning researcher whose pioneering bone graft work has been celebrated on a stamp hopes being recognised in the same way as Harry Potter and Marvel Comics will finally impress her children.

The life of a gangster who beat up a Kray Twins henchman features in a new book aimed at setting the record straight.

The government will have 'blood on its hands' if there is another Grenfell-style fire at a block with 'dangerous' cladding, MP Rushanara Ali has said.

A man and woman have been stabbed in broad daylight.

A mother whose son was left fighting for his life after being stabbed in the back has pleaded for help tracking down his attacker.

A coroner has criticised the Royal London Hospital after a patient's body went undiscovered beneath a pile of clothes.

A commemoration for an anti-racism campaigner who died 40 years ago is due to take place this evening.

A five times former world karate champion has come out of retirement at the age of 61 to 'fight to save young lives'.

Three people are to appear in court charged in connection with an Extinction Rebellion protest at Canary Wharf station.

A kidney charity has teamed up with two utilities companies to make sure vulnerable people get extra help during power cuts.

Hopes of creating 'the biggest urban forest in Europe' have grown after developers agreed to a garden society's proposals.

The prime minister has been mocked as part of a series of Brexit inspired film posters pasted to a wall.

The council has challenged a BBC study showing there are 32 public plug in places for electric cars in Tower Hamlets.

Two men were robbed days apart by suspects posing as plain clothes police officers, the Met has said.

Detectives investigating a shooting in Tower Hamlets have said a second one could be linked.

A pair of drug dealers from Tower Hamlets have been jailed following a series of police raids across east London.

A new short story by Anthony Horowitz is among thousands available from vending machines in a first for the UK.

Politicans in Tower Hamlets have urged West Ham United's board to ban activists accused of fuelling racism in football.

Students have been told to take a stand against racism and Islamophobia at a vigil for the 50 people killed in the New Zealand terror attack.

Two people have been found dead on railway tracks between Hackney Wick and Stratford station.

Youngsters sharpened their public speaking skills in a competition which saw a speech about knife crime scoop top prize.

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