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Five top-flight clubs caught up in UK soccer abuse scandal - police
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Premier League: Chelsea, Arsenal among London clubs involved i...

Allegations of sex abuse have been made involving all five London clubs in the Premier League, the capital city's Metropolitan Police Service announced on Monday. The post Premier League: Chelsea, Arsenal among London clubs involved in sex abuse probe ... First Post.com, 3 weeks ago

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Trump's visit to Britain could happen around June - London police chief

U. S. President Donald Trump's state visit to the United Kingdom could happen around June, the outgoing chief of London's Metropolitan Police said on Thursday.
 DNA1 week ago

Survey to find if London policemen want to carry guns

London's 32,000 police officers are to be surveyed to see if they want to be routinely armed with a gun while on duty in Britain's capital, it was announced on Monday.It will be the biggest ever survey of officers from London's Metropolitan Police and comes ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Scotland Yard officers to be asked if they want to carry arms  Business Standard1 month ago

Royal Navy to dispose of suspected WWII bomb in London

Britain's Royal Navy have been brought in to dispose of a suspected World War II bomb discovered in London's River Thames close to parliament, police said. "The Royal Navy are now in attendance and will safely remove and dispose of the ordnance over the next ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Muslim woman dragged by her hijab in London hate attack

A British Muslim woman in her 20s was forced to the ground in a busy shopping area in London and dragged along by her hijab by two teenaged men in what authorities said was a hate crime. The woman was walking alone in Chingford, east London, when she was accosted by her attackers. Scotland Yard is now appealing for information on the incident that occurred earlier this week. “The London Ambulance Service attended and treated the victim, aged in her 20s, for her injuries at the scene. It ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Streets around Buckingham Palace to be closed

The streets around Buckingham Palace in London will be closed during the Changing of the Guard ceremony as a security measure, the Royal Parks announced on Wednesday.The Royal Parks received a request from the Metropolitan Police to close several central ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

5 teenagers arrested in UK on terror charges

Scotland Yard have arrested five teenagers aged between 15 and 19 on suspicion of planning to join the Islamic State terrorist group. "The arrests relate to plans to travel to join a proscribed organisation," the Metropolitan Police said in a statement.
 Business Standard1 day ago
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Jack the Ripper & why he was never nabbed: Bruce Robinson rips apart the Freemasons

In a festival that talks about 'nicer' things like poetry, feminism, nationalism, religion, sexuality, memory functions, and more, two men sat down to talk about a serial killer's 'hideous deeds of violence'. Author, director, actor, screenwriter (phew!) ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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Indian businessman held for fraud in Dubai

Abu Dhabi: An Indian chief executive of a forex trading company in Dubai who promised to double investors' money was arrested for suspected fraud, authorities said. Sydney Lemos, 36, from Goa was the owner of Exential, a forex trading company here and was ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Manchester City and English FA probe alleged sexual abuse

The English Football Association (FA) has launched an internal review to examine allegations of children being sexually abused at professional soccer clubs. English soccer's governing body said on Sunday that it had appointed Kate Gallafent QC as leading independent counsel to oversee its investigation after former soccer players told British media on Friday that they were sexually abused as children at English clubs. British police are already investigating mounting accusations of paedophile ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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