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Network Rail is urging people not to travel on the West Coast Main Line for the next three weekends. Source: London BBC
Kent Spitfires qualify for the T20 Blast quarter-finals with a thrilling victory over Somerset, while Yorkshire and Sussex also win. Source: London BBC
Supt Annmarie Cowley describes the attack in Camberwell as "beyond comprehension". Source: London BBC
Brampton Manor Academy says its ambition is to send more kids to Oxbridge than any other school. Source: London BBC
Simonne Kerr, who was found dead on Wednesday, performed on the talent show with an NHS choir. Source: London BBC
West Ham United will visit League One side AFC Wimbledon in the second round of the Carabao Cup. Source: London BBC
Lancashire all-rounder Jordan Clark will join fellow Division One side Surrey on a three-year contract at the end of the 2018 season. Source: London BBC
Dr Peter Fisher, 67, was fatally injured in a crash with a lorry in High Holborn on Wednesday. Source: London BBC
Richard Sivier was caught a day before a new law with tougher upskirting sentences was introduced. Source: London BBC
Rotherham United sign midfielder Ryan Manning on a season-long loan deal from Championship rivals QPR. Source: London BBC
The "foul-mouthed" row began when the man was texting another woman and led to the flight being diverted. Source: London BBC
The musician says he'll fund two black British students to go to the University of Cambridge. Source: London BBC
Surrey's England all-rounder Scott Borthwick is sidelined by a broken wrist suffered in training. Source: London BBC
The first English teams in the Scottish Challenge Cup, Boreham Wood and Sutton United, will face Dunfermline and Airdrieonians respectively. Source: London BBC
Surrey-bound England fast bowler Liam Plunkett says he has no objection at Yorkshire's decision to release him. Source: London BBC
The grime MC is helping to fund two black students going to Cambridge this year. Source: London BBC

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