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Police appeal for witnesses after bus dispute leaves victim with suspected broken rib

The suspect is a woman with short grey hair who uses a wheeled walking frame 

Published: 29 June, 2015 
By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

POLICE are asking for help in identifying a woman after an argument on a bus, believed to be over a priority seat, left a young woman with a suspected broken rib. 

Police appeal after woman kidnapped in Maida Vale

CCTV shows the female suspect at a cash machine at the BP Petrol Station in Northolt, Middlesex

Published: 29 June, 2015
By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

POLICE are calling for witnesses after a woman was kidnapped in Maida Vale and had money stolen from her bank account. 

Earl backs Candy Udwin, union rep sacked by the National Gallery

Candy Udwin (centre) lost her job last month

Candy Udwin (centre) lost her job last month

Published: 26 June, 2015
by WILLIAM McLENNAN 

MP Buck’s Bill could give renters new powers to force landlords to make repairs

Labour’s North Westminster MP Karen Buck

Labour’s North Westminster MP Karen Buck speaking in the House of Commons

by WILLIAM McLENNAN
Published: 26 June, 2015

The Xtra Diary: FIFA critic’s own goal

How Awale Olad could look if he played FIFA

How Awale Olad could look if he played FIFA

Published: 26 June, 2015

Gang caged for ‘audacious’ attempt to rob HSBC guard in Baker Street

Edward Smith and Kevin McGee

Above: Edward Smith and Kevin McGee. Below: Rocky Goldsmith and Joe Tomlinson

Rocky Goldsmith and Joe Tomlinson

Published: 26 June, 2015
by KOOS COUVÉE

The fast show! Super-cars roll up for an eye-catching display in the high street

Classic and super-car fans in St John’s Wood

Classic and super-car fans turned out to see those that rolled into St John’s Wood High Street. PICTURES: www.stjohnswoodhighstreet.com 

Published: 26 June, 2015
by MICAELA KOLISCHER

Thieves on bikes target customers leaving popular ping-pong venue

Published: 26 June, 2015
by WILLIAM McLENNAN 

THIEVES on push bikes are targeting office workers as they leave a popular table tennis-themed bar.

Supermarket singers are on song as West End prepares to celebrate ‘Pride Heroes’

The London Gay Men’s Chorus

The London Gay Men’s Chorus this week performed at Tesco Metro stores in Regent Street and Covent Garden

Published: 26 June, 2015
by MICAELA KOLISCHER

Joy for campaigners as ‘social enterprise-type’ business moves into Soho GP surgery

Soho Square General Practice in Frith Street

Soho Square General Practice in Frith Street

Published: 26 June, 2015
by WILLIAM McLENNAN