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Image copyright PA Wire Extinction Rebellion protests continued in central London despite police banning the group’s climate change demonstrations in the capital. Activists blocked Oxford Circus with a wooden pyramid structure and descended on Westminster before moving to Trafalgar Square. One man, who was dressed up as Boris Johnson, scaled the scaffolding surrounding Big Ben. […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Hundreds defied the protest ban to gather in Trafalgar Square Celebrity Extinction Rebellion supporters have admitted in an open letter being “hypocrites” over their high-carbon lifestyles. But stars including Benedict Cumberbatch, who last week joined London protests, called for “systemic change” to the “fossil-fuel economy”. It comes as Extinction […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Finley Quaye was named Best British Male Solo Artist at the 1998 Brit Awards A Brit Award-winning musician has been ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work for punching a bar manager and threatening to stab him during an unprovoked drunken attack. Finley Quaye, 45, assaulted Robert […]

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The Norwegian friends travelled 600 miles to unintentionally play their part in Non-League Day Rain might have fallen across much of England on Saturday but it did little to dampen the spirits of football fans celebrating the 10th Non-League Day. With Premier League and Championship clubs on international break the spotlight was on teams outside […]

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Image copyright Reuters A Paralympic medallist climbed on top of a British Airways plane at London City Airport as part of ongoing protests by Extinction Rebellion. James Brown, who is visually impaired, filmed himself clinging to the fuselage as he streamed a live message online. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick described the action as […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption Demonstrators who refuse to move to a specified area of Trafalgar Square face arrest Extinction Rebellion activists intending to continue protesting in central London “must” go to Trafalgar Square or risk arrest, police have warned. Police enforced a Section 14 notice to stop “serious disruption” to communities, after officers […]

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Mobile fingerprint technology, pioneered by the Met Police, is allowing officers to check people’s identity out on the beat – saving time and reducing costs. At the moment when an individual is arrested they have to be taken to a police station with a custody suite to process finger and palm prints and take photographs. […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption A card by the company involved in the trademark dispute with Banksy A greeting cards company has denied it attempted to “take custody” of the graffiti artist Banksy name to sell “fake” merchandise of his art. Full Colour Black, which is involved in a trademark legal row, said the […]

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Tammy Abraham has played 74 minutes in friendly matches for England’s senior team Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham says he “has not decided” on his international future after scoring in Wednesday’s Champions League victory over Lille. The 22-year-old is yet to play in a competitive fixture for England but appeared in friendly draws with Germany and […]

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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang became the first Arsenal player to score seven or more goals in the first seven Premier League games of a season since Dennis Bergkamp in 1997-98 Manchester United and Arsenal played out a grim stalemate at Old Trafford that provided compelling evidence to illustrate just how far away from a Premier League challenge […]

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