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A partygoer has been cleared of fatally stabbing Barking man Randy Skuse at a party in Whitechapel and injuring three other people.

While many pupils will be celebrating, others will be worrying about what to do next - and the University of East London’s head of outreach and access Yvonne Bentley has advice for those concerned about their future.

A woman dubbed the Angel of London Bridge was killed after rushing in to help a victim of the terror attack, saying: “I’m a nurse. I have to go and help”.

The youngest victim of the London Bridge terror attack fell over in her high heels and was being helped up by a Good Samaritan when they were both fatally stabbed, an inquest heard.

An inquest into the deaths of eight people killed in the London Bridge terror attack is due to begin at the Old Bailey today (Tuesday).

Five fraudsters who ran an “industrial scale” bogus visa application ring and then tried to claim millions in tax have been sentenced to a total of 31 years in jail.

A Uber driver has been cleared of killing a 70-year-old man by his careless driving in a hit-and-run.

A 20-year-old man will today appear in court charged with murdering Dagenham teenager Joel Adesina.

Dad-of-two Pc Shazahan Wadud, 29, who worked for the Met in Tower Hamlets, was a “highly motivated and professional officer who was held in high esteem by all of his colleagues,” said borough commander, Ch Supt Dave Stringer.

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