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Charities which help offenders try to break the cycle of crime say reaching people has been even tougher during the pandemic. During lockdown, 41% of prison leavers in the capital were released homeless or to unknown circumstances, according to the Ministry of Justice. One Londoner who left prison in June described what it was like […]

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By Sam FrancisBBC News, London image copyrightGetty Images/BBC image captionDuring lockdown shoppers have traded central London for suburban high streets The UK economy has suffered its biggest slump on record and remains in recession. Central London’s world-famous shopping district sits largely empty with no prospect of returning to normal soon. But can green shoots of […]

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Kai Havertz’s hat-trick was the first of his senior club career Kai Havertz’s hat-trick in Chelsea’s Carabao Cup thrashing of Barnsley will be the “first of many great nights” for him, says Blues boss Frank Lampard. It was the 21-year-old Germany international’s first goals for the club after arriving from Bayer Leverkusen for £71m earlier […]

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Emma Brown’s brother Barty was stabbed to death in Bethnal Green, east London, in 2016.He was airlifted to hospital by London’s Air Ambulance, which gave his family time to be with him before he died. Emma decided to do a wing walk, raising more than £2,000 for the London Air Ambulance. She told the BBC […]

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A man who has thought a lot about the maths behind stirring cups of tea has won one of the world’s most lucrative academic prizes. Professor Sir Martin Hairer from Imperial College in London won the 2021 Breakthrough Prize for Mathematics by applying complex maths to simple situations – like stirring a cup of tea. […]

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