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The prisons watchdog has delivered a scathing assessment of one of Britain's most famous jails, raising the alarm over chronic staff shortages, food supplies and a surge in violence. Wormwood Scrubs struggled to provide decent conditions, with outside areas strewn with litter, attracting rats and cockroaches, inspectors found. HM Inspectorate…
Police have released CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to in connection with a string of sex assaults on victims as young as 13. About 25 women and girls have reported being attacked in the past year in south London, mainly in Lewisham and Greenwich but also…
Britain is in a "spiral of division", with London providing greater opportunities for the disadvantaged than coastal, rural and former industrial areas which are "left behind economically and hollowed out socially", a report has found. The capital and its commuter belt resemble "a different country" in a "postcode lottery" in…
New laws could be introduced to protect women from being harassed and intimidated at abortion clinics, the Home Office has said. Home Secretary Amber Rudd has ordered an in-depth assessment of protests outside family planning clinics following concerns about the tactics used by some demonstrators. The review aims to gather…
Two distinguished surgeons have written to ministers urging them not to close congenital heart disease services at a leading London hospital. The Royal Brompton Hospital said the proposed closure of the unit - and world-leading adult congenital heart disease research centre - would "not be in the best interest of…
People with dementia and their carers were special guests at a unique event about how art, music and food can improve the lives of people with the condition. ‘Stimulating all the senses: art, food, music and dementia’ took place at the University of West London’s (UWL) Ealing campus on Monday…
Seventy people and a stillborn baby make up the final death toll in the Grenfell Tower fire, police have confirmed. All those who died in the blaze in west London five months ago have been recovered and identified, the Metropolitan Police believe. A baby, Logan Gomes, who was stillborn, has…
A toddler was taken into care after doctors said she was suffering "chronic malnutrition", a family court judge has heard. Medics said the little girl was 14 months old but was as heavy as a six-month-old baby. They said she had difficulty using her facial muscles and her legs were…
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