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Queen's swans stabbed and decapitated in Thamesmead

RSPCA-backed patrols by locals have been set up in order for the killers to "caught in the act".

Network Rail generates £4.8m from toilets

Since 2007 Network Rail has received over £41m from people paying to use its station toilets.

Jason Isaacs stabbing: Arrests made in Northolt murder probe

Police are searching the addresses of two teenagers who were arrested.

Boaters accuse Canal and River Trust of 'forcing them off the water'

Proposals to change the rules for mooring rights in London "will force people off the water" it is claimed.

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Democrat defeats Moore in Alabama race

Doug Jones wins a Senate seat for Alabama after a bitter campaign against Trump-backed Roy Moore.

Erdogan: World should recognise Jerusalem as Palestinian capital

Turkey's president says the US decision to recognise the city as Israel's capital is "null and void".

'Feminism' is Merriam-Webster dictionary's word of the year

The #MeToo campaign, women's marches and "pussyhat" protesters help decide Merriam-Webster's choice.

Switzerland's Gotthard road tunnel closed by deadly crash

Two people are killed in a head-on smash that closes one of Europe's main transport routes.