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Oldham survive FA Cup scare against Hampton & Richmond

Two late goals ensure League Two side Oldham avoid an FA Cup upset at non-league Hampton & Richmond. Source: London BBC

Tulse Hill stab death: Four arrested on suspicion of murder

John Ogunjobi, 16, was found unconscious in Tulse Hill on 5 November and died shortly afterwards. Source: London BBC

Draw made for FA Cup second round

National League North side Guiseley are paired with League One team Fleetwood Town in the second round of the FA Cup. Source: London BBC

Car crash data thief 'unlucky' to be jailed

A car repair worker is the first person to be sentenced to jail as a result of a UK data watchdog prosecution. Source: London BBC

Climate change protests leads to '22 arrests' over blockade

The chained-together demonstrators are blockading the government energy department in London. Source: London BBC

Professor Green: Knife crime not just a black issue

The rapper says a "whole race is being criminalised" and condemns the use of stop and search. Source: London BBC

Clapham Common station: Homeless-run Tube coffee kiosk opens

It was set up by charity Change Please which will put "all profits" back into helping homelessness. Source: London BBC

Suzy Lamplugh: No evidence found in Sutton Coldfield body search

A two-week investigation at a Sutton Coldfield house by police has not uncovered a body. Source: London BBC

Camden murder: Woman jailed for stabbing 'vulnerable' mother

Mother-of-one Hannah Leonard was stabbed to death after a night of drinking, a court hears. Source: London BBC

West Ham's Pedro Obiang yet to approach Fifa for nationality swap

West Ham's Spain-born midfielder Pedro Obiang has not yet approached Fifa about swapping nationality, despite being included in Equatorial Guinea's squad. Source: London BBC

Man 'critical' after London Costa stabbing

The victim, thought to be in his early 20s, was treated at the scene and taken to hospital. Source: London BBC

Southeastern and Greater Anglia want more women train drivers

Two train operators say just 5% of their drivers are female in the "male-dominated" industry. Source: London BBC

Neal Ardley: AFC Wimbledon boss leaves after more than six years in charge

AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley leaves the League One club by mutual consent after more than six years in charge. Source: London BBC

Slavisa Jokanovic: Why Fulham manager deserves more time – Alan Shearer analysis

Statistically, Fulham are one of the worst teams in Premier League history but they should stick with their manager, says MOTD2 pundit Alan Shearer. Source:...

London homicides

As homicides in London surpass the total for last year, here is a list of all victims of murder or manslaughter in 2018. Source: London...

Janni Arnth: Arsenal sign Denmark defender from Swedish side Linkopings

WSL leaders Arsenal sign experienced Denmark defender Janni Arnth from Swedish side Linkopings. Source: London BBC