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T20 Blast: Kiran Carlson stars as Glamorgan beat Surrey while Yorkshire ease past Leicestershire

Youngster Kiran Carlson scores his maiden T20 half-century as Glamorgan beat Surrey while Yorkshire cruise past Leicestershire. Source: London BBC

Son 'may have used meat hammer' in fatal Golders Green attack

Joshua Cohen's bloody palm prints were found on a hammer used to soften meat, a court hears. Source: London BBC

Kia Super League: Lancashire get dramatic win at Surrey while Western Storm stay top

Lancashire Thunder earn another dramatic win as the top three all register victories in the Kia Super League. Source: London BBC

Joanne Rand acid death: Man jailed for 17 years

Joanne Rand died 11 days after being splashed head-to-toe with acid while sitting on a bench. Source: London BBC

Boy, 14, denies Archway attempted murder

The 14-year-old defendant is due to stand trial at Wood Green Crown Court next year. Source: London BBC

Edmonton ex-ambulance driver restores WW2 Blitz vehicle

Mark Bailey first laid eyes on 'Wendy' early in his career in Edmonton, north London, in 1960. Source: London BBC

Jon Meades: AFC Wimbledon defender forced to retire because of injury

AFC Wimbledon defender Jon Meades retires from full-time professional football because of a persistent ankle injury. Source: London BBC

Man killed grandmother weeks after psychiatric unit release

Kordian Filmanowicz was released from a psychiatric unit two months before the "frenzied" killing. Source: London BBC

Funeral ads banned by TfL over 'widespread offence'

One proposed advert from Beyond showed women shopping for a coffin in what looked like a bridal shop. Source: London BBC

'My abortion pill took effect on the Tube home'

Women are illegally taking abortion pills, which they have bought online, at home to avoid experiencing abortions on public transport. Source: London BBC

Terror charges dropped against UK ex-soldier

James Matthews was accused of attending training camps run by militia fighting the Islamic State group. Source: London BBC

Tottenham: Mauricio Pochettino unsure if Spurs will sign any players

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he does not know if the club will sign any players before the transfer window closes on 9 August. Source:...

Women 'illegally taking abortion pill at home'

Some are buying them online to take at home to avoid enduring abortions on public transport. Source: London BBC

Harry Potter star plays hockey on a surprise school visit

Harry Potter star, Emma Watson, aka Hermione Granger, surprises pupils at a school by playing hockey with them. Source: London BBC

Yoga for three-year-olds to combat London city stress

The three-year-olds are experiencing the sessions to teach them coping mechanisms for daily life. Source: London BBC

Passer-by who rescued three 'always wanted to be fireman'

Mick O'Beirne led a woman, a man and a baby to safety after seeing smoke coming out of a building. Source: London BBC