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The UK has reported 29,622 new COVID-19 cases and 68 more coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period, according to government data. The figures compare with 31,117 infections and 85 fatalities announced yesterday, while 36,389 cases and 64 deaths were reported on this day last week. The seven-day average for...
30.07.2021
Police have arrested two teenage boys over a fatal stabbing near Brixton Tube station last week. An 18-year-old and a 17-year-old were arrested and taken into custody at a south London police station in the early hours of Thursday morning. The victim, named as 23-year-old Shane Jerome, was fatally knifed opposite Brixton Tube at 8.20pm on Wednesday,...
30.07.2021
Young adults were on Friday warned that they will be grounded in Britain if they do not get the Covid-19 jab. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps stressed that people who do not get inoculated will be unable to fly to most, if not all, countries. He highlighted Britain’s world-leading vaccine roll-out, which has so far...
30.07.2021
THE first visitors to the £2million Marble Arch Mound have been offered refunds after it was branded “the worst” attraction in London. The West End’s newest tourist experience opened to the public on Monday, with tickets to climb the man-made hill at the end of Oxford Street starting at £4.50....
29.07.2021
THE ASICS London 10k which is held every year was held again this year on Sunday, July 25, 2021, in central London, after last year’s pandemic restrictions meant it wasn’t able to go ahead. Speaking to Londra Gazete marathon runner Okan Baysan said: “Previously known as the British 10k London...
29.07.2021
  Travellers who return from Turkey via transit need to follow the entry requirement or face big fines and hotel quarantine The UK updates the list every 3 weeks, which it divides into 3 groups as “green”, “amber” and “red” based on vaccination rates, the number of cases and the...
29.07.2021
ACCORDING to the updated decisions by the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Infectious Diseases Supreme Committee, a re-evaluation will be made for the UK traveller, which is on the red list, for July 29. It has been put forward that those who travel to the TRNC from the UK...
29.07.2021
A 30% hike in the fee for driving into central London will be made permanent under Transport for London (TfL) plans. TfL had claimed the increase in the daily Congestion Charge from £11.50 to £15 was a temporary measure when it was introduced in June 2020. The multi-billion pound funding...
28.07.2021
A money launderer who was caught trying to smuggle almost £2 million out of the UK in her suitcases has been jailed for almost three years. The National Crime Agency’s investigation into Tara Hanlon, age 30 and from Leeds, began in October 2020 after she was stopped from boarding a...
27.07.2021
A man who was put in handcuffs by police after reportedly behaving “erratically” has died in hospital. Metropolitan Police officers were called to a house in James Gardens in Wood Green, north London, at 8.10pm on Thursday, following concerns for the man who lived at the address. The man, who...
26.07.2021
Selfridges’ billionaire owners, the Weston family, have launched a formal auction to sell the historic department store business. It is understood that advisers at Credit Suisse will start looking for a buyer, with the company valued at as much as £4 billion. They will send out information memoranda – documents used to pitch the...
26.07.2021
Tesco Bank has said it will close all of its current accounts because most customers are no longer using them. The bank has estimated only 12% of its current accounts are being used by customers as their primary account. It said most had “limited activity” and others were being used...
26.07.2021
Parts of London inundated for second time in less than a month Torrential showers and thunderstorms have caused flooding across parts of London, with two hospitals declaring major incidents as a result of the downpours. Both Newham and Whipps Cross Hospitals in the east of the city urged patients to seek...
26.07.2021
The Tokyo Olympic Games finally launched on Friday with a spectacular show — and a message of hope for the world to move on from the coronavirus pandemic. Organisers of the opening ceremony evoked the spirit of John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono, 50 years after they wrote the peace anthem...
23.07.2021
The country has been basking in hotter-than-average temperatures since late last week. It has exceeded 30ºC in some parts, the Met Office released its first ever extreme heat warning, and Northern Ireland had its hottest ever day on Saturday. However, the weather is set to become a little more unsettled from tomorrow, before rain and...
23.07.2021
A trio of kebab shop workers who left a suspected burglar with a broken cheek, eye, jaw and arm after accusing him of targeting their restaurant have been jailed. Zafar Ahmed, 35, alongside brothers Asmat Khan, 33, and Mohammed Khan, 25, were each handed two-year sentences after the incident at...
23.07.2021
Police are appealing for information about a watch that was stolen from an elderly woman as she walked in Finsbury Park. The incident happened on Tuesday, 13 July between 17:15 and 17:40hrs at the main entrance on the south side of the park near Seven Sisters Road, N4, The 73-year-old victim was approached...
23.07.2021
Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Up to 10,000 staff are expected to qualify for the scheme, but supermarket workers are not included. The move comes after the high number of retail staff self-isolating affected...
23.07.2021