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Do not travel to London Waterloo, train commuters warned as engineering overruns

Commuters have been told to avoid going to London Waterloo as there serious disruption is expected throughout today.

South Western Railway were advising people to find alternative routes this morning, affecting services across the entire network. 161 more words


Court rejects suit seeking registration of lesbian group in Nigeria

Justice Nnamdi Dimg alt=’Court rejects suit seeking registration of lesbian group in Nigeria’ class=’img-responsive text-center’ style=’margin: auto;’ba of a Federal High Court in Abuja, has dismissed a suit challenging non-registration of a same sex group by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), for lacking in merit. 172 more words


Escort who smashed her baby's skull is given compensation after she was attacked

A mother who left her child with brain damage has been handed £50 after she was attacked during her trial.

Elizabeth Wilkins, 23, who was also an £850-a-night escort, was given the cash following the assault which happened during a lunch break of her trial for ABH and GBH. 269 more words


Idris Elba attends the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2018 with his stunning fiancée and daughter

Idris Elba looked dapper in a grey three-piece suit as he attended the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2018 at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane on Sunday evening. 31 more words


EU is ‘prepared’ in case of no-deal Brexit

European Central Bank policymaker Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Monday that it would be better if Britain had a deal for its withdrawal from the European Union but that the EU was ready in case it left the bloc without an agreement in place. 161 more words

There are 14,000,000 in poverty in Britain because of austerity, UN says

Universal Credit waiting times have ‘plunged people into misery and despair’, according to a United Nations envoy.

Professor Philip Alston, the UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights said the introduction of Universal Credit has caused extreme hardship but could easily be reversed by the Government. 301 more words