Teenager held on suspicion of murder after boy found with stab wounds

Police were called to reports of a stabbing in Southall, west London, at just after 9pm on November 24.
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Chelsea in talks to sign PSG left-back Layvin Kurzawa on loan
The Blues are short at left-back
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FBI name Brit in Texas hostage siege as Malik Faisal Akram
The gunman who held four people hostage during a 10-hour standoff with US police in Texas has been named by the FBI as Malik Faisal Akram.
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Algeria v Equatorial Guinea: Africa Cup of Nations – live!
MBM Africa Cup of Nations updates from 7pm UK timeSierra Leone’s Bundu on rise from YouTube star to Afcon aceAnd you can email John or tweet @JohnBrewin_Algeria’s start to the tournament, a 0-0 draw with Sierra Leone, was a disappointment but extended their unbeaten run to 27 matches. Equatorial Guinea lost only 1-0 to Ivory Coast, and could perhaps count themselves a tad unlucky. With Algeria facing the Ivorians in their last group game, a win here for the joint favourites would be helpful, particularly with Sierra Leone grabbing a highly dramatic draw from Ivory Coast. Riyad Mahrez and co need to find the scoring touch that deserted them in that opening match. Said Benrahma, who West Ham missed in losing to Leeds earlier today, may well get a start. Plenty riding on the first ever meeting between the two teams, then, in Douala’s Japoma Stadium, where that earlier game between Ivory Coast and Sierra Leone also took place. The pitch cut up badly for the Sierra Leone equaliser in injury-time, and that may be a factor here. Join me for a 7pm UK time kick-off. Continue reading...
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Dancing On Ice 2022: Who are this year’s professional skaters? From Netflix star to reigning champion
There's three new pro dancers for 2022.
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Manchester United fans make same Wayne Rooney suggestion amid Rafa Benitez's Everton sacking
Wayne Rooney has been installed as the early favourite to replace Rafa Benitez after his Everton sacking.
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Dancing On Ice: Who is Stef Reid and what is her disability?
Stef is one of 12 stars on Dancing On Ice this year.
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When does the results show air for Dancing on Ice and is it live?
The greatest show on ice is back.
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Corrie's Amy Barlow looks completely different off screen as she poses in daring cut out top
Elle Mulvaney wowed her followers
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The BBC must defend itself with all its might against this mortal threat | Polly Toynbee
The culture secretary’s plan to freeze funding and axe the licence fee is pure political vandalismThis Sunday, culture secretary Nadine Dorries tweeted out a death sentence for one of the most respected and popular broadcasters in the world. “This licence fee announcement will be the last,” she wrote, along with a link to the Mail on Sunday’s splash. “The days of the elderly being threatened with prison sentences and bailiffs knocking on doors, are over. Time now to discuss and debate new ways of funding, supporting and selling great British content.”She was doing her master’s bidding, as Boris Johnson thrashes around for anything to shift the narrative away from his own tumbling fortunes. Johnson demands “red meat” to mollify his MPs, who are in savage mood after a harrowing weekend in their constituencies listening to local people demanding his head on a plate. Axing the BBC is easy pickings, he thinks. But he may turn out to be as wrong about that as he is on just about everything else.Polly Toynbee is a Guardian columnist Continue reading...
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DUP accuses other parties of ‘faking outrage’ in double-jobbing row
The Government is facing criticism over plans to allow MPs to retain their seats in Westminster while being elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly.
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DUP accuses other parties of ‘faking outrage’ in double-jobbing row
The Government is facing criticism over plans to allow MPs to retain their seats in Westminster while being elected to the Northern Ireland Assembly.
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'My partner killed my two children - I had no idea until he struck again'
Laura Gray's 'worst nightmare' came true after finding out Jordan Monaghan had murdered her kids
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Liverpool and Man City face Barcelona interest for 15-year-old wonderkid
Liverpool and Manchester City have both scouted Brazilian wonderkid Endrick at a recent youth tournament with Barcelona now also in attendance to monitor his development
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Emmerdale fans predict wedding day death twist for Dawn ahead of Meena's judgement day
Emmerdale fans are convinced serial killer Meena Jutla - who has escaped to Scotland this week - will return to the village to murder one more resident, as her judgement day looms
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'Brexit under threat!' Boris Johnson warned early election to spark reverse of EU ref
BORIS JOHNSON facing calls to resign could spark a major threat to Brexit moving forward, an expert has claimed.
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Who won Dancing on Ice last year? Plus full past winners
A skate down memory lane...
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Gardening broadcaster and writer Peter Seabrook dies at 86
The famous horticulturalist and presenter of Gardeners’ World died of a heart attack.
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Gardening broadcaster and writer Peter Seabrook dies at 86
The famous horticulturalist and presenter of Gardeners’ World died of a heart attack.
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Pat Cummins praised for 'beautiful gesture' during Australia's Ashes celebrations
As he and his fellow Aussies began their victory celebrations, skipper Cummins noticed a team-mate was being left out of the revelry and acted quickly to put that right
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Malik Faisal Akram named as British citizen shot dead after taking hostages in Texas
A man who was shot dead after taking hostages at a synagogue in Texas has been identified as British national Malik Faisal Akram.
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Ukraine says Russia waging ‘hybrid war’ after cyberattack on government websites
Threat of Russian invasion looms as 100,000 troops gather near border
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Arsenal submit new £50million offer for Dusan Vlahovic that includes Lucas Torreira as part of the deal
The Gunners are desperate to sign him this month.
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Suspect and victim in deadly Times Square subway attack identified
Latest subway death heightens scrutiny into public safety, homelessness and hate crimes
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Holly Willoughby wows in stunning strapless gown for Dancing on Ice 2022 launch show
This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby made sure all eyes were on her as ITV show Dancing on Ice returned to the small screen
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Man City's next six Premier League fixtures compared to Liverpool FC and Chelsea
Saturday's win may be crucial in the race for the title
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Dancing on Ice star Sally Dynevor's kids - including lookalike daughters and actress
Coronation Street legend Sally Dynevor, who is competing on Sunday night's Dancing on Ice, is mum to Bridgerton star Phoebe Dynevor, son Sam and daughter Harriet
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Crocodile found under school floorboards goes on display
The meticulously conserved creature has been put on display at a Welsh primary school for everyone to enjoy.
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Crocodile found under school floorboards goes on display
The meticulously conserved creature has been put on display at a Welsh primary school for everyone to enjoy.
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Inside One Direction's Zayn Malik and Little Mix's Perrie Edwards doomed love story
From cheating rumours, a strange tattoo and a text that ended it all - we take a look at Zerrie's relationship
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For Oath Keepers and founder, Jan. 6 was weeks in the making
For more than a year, federal prosecutors have been investigating the Capitol riot, and at least 700 people have been charged, mostly with lower-level crimes
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Liverpool fans rub salt in the wound with chant as Everton sack Rafa Benitez
Following the news that fierce rivals Everton had dismissed former Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez, Reds fans chanted his name around Anfield during their victory over Brentford
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Boris Johnson pledges to ‘address underlying culture’ of lockdown parties in bid to save job
The prime minister will overhaul the way his top team works, Tory chairman says
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Locked up: All the criminals jailed in Greater Manchester this week
Here's what's happened in the courts this week
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The Guardian view on high energy prices: buffer stocks can stabilise them | Editorial
Britain faces years of high energy prices and needs to have a conversation about what policies are needed The good news is that energy prices will be coming down. The bad news is nobody knows when for sure. The UK’s biggest energy supplier, Centrica, says high gas and electricity prices could last for another two years. The International Energy Agency (IEA) reckons that’s too optimistic. Expensive bills are a problem for firms, consumers and the government. Households could face a doubling of annual energy bills to £2,400 a year from October - a cost-of-living catastrophe for millions. While Labour proposes a support package, Conservative ministers have said little – fuelling suspicions that they intend to reduce demand for energy by making people poorer.Carbon-based energy will fade, but it won’t disappear completely. To keep temperatures to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels, the IEA says the world in 2050 would have to use about half as much natural gas as today and about one-quarter as much oil. British policymakers must wake up to the security implications of greening the economy. Britain replaced coal-fired plants with wind power to reduce carbon emissions, becoming dependent on natural gas imports – especially in calm weather. Traditional suppliers like Russia might see opportunities in volatile fossil fuel prices that result from the transition to net zero. This is not reassuring. Fuel price protests sparked unrest in Kazakhstan this month, but they also brought Britain to a halt 22 years ago. Continue reading...
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Newsboy's Monday tips from Wolverhampton, Fakenham and Chepstow
Richard Fahey's Patsy Fagan is in good form and is our man's nap to score at Wolverhampton while Almufeed is tipped to follow up a recent course and distance success
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The Guardian view of Joe Biden: he needs to face opponents within – and without
If the president can’t build better he won’t be back. Instead Donald Trump might returnThe US president, Joe Biden, suffered his worst day in office – so far – last Thursday. Mr Biden had begun that morning hoping to convince his party to support his push to change Senate rules to pass two voting rights bills. Even before he got a chance to make his case, Senator Kyrsten Sinema, a rightwing Democrat, rejected the president’s plan. At a stroke, two key parts of Mr Biden’s agenda – racial justice and democracy – appear stalled. On the same day, the US supreme court struck down the Biden administration’s requirement for businesses to make employees either be vaccinated against Covid-19 or test weekly and wear a mask at work. The president’s pledge to lift the threat of the pandemic won’t be redeemed any time soon.Mr Biden’s opponents paint him as a leader of drift and dwindling energy. If this view settles, then it’ll be ​​an image hard to shift. There’s little room for reassessment in politics. That is why the president must change course and have a clear-eyed view of his opponents within and without. The “moderate” wing of the Democratic party has already gutted the president’s climate plans. These Democrats, like most Republicans, depend on a donor class which wants to ​​render legislation inert that would hit corporate profits. Continue reading...
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School receptionist brutally roasts kids names and says what they really mean
A school receptionist has gone viral on TikTok many times with her videos brutally judging pupils' names from Olivia and Jack to Sophie and Rex, she critiques them all
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Kimberly Wyatt's husband and decision to be sterilised while he had vasectomy
Dancing on Ice star Kimberly Wyatt revealed she was so confident she didn't want to have more kids with husband Max Rogers that she asked to be sterilised during her C-section
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Jurgen Klopp hopes abnormal season gives Liverpool chance to challenge at top
A comfortable 3-0 victory over Brentford secured a first league win since mid-December and closed the gap to 11 points.
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UK counter-terror police help FBI after British hostage-taker shot at synagogue
The man died in a shooting incident after an FBI Swat team entered the synagogue in Texas following a 10-hour stand-off.
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UK counter-terror police help FBI after British hostage-taker shot at synagogue
The man died in a shooting incident after an FBI Swat team entered the synagogue in Texas following a 10-hour stand-off.
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Marcelo Bielsa praises desire of Leeds players after win at West Ham
Leeds were without nine fist-team players.
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Novak Djokovic’s absence leaves a Grand Slam window of opportunity at the Australian Open
Instead of the world No1 it could be Rafa Nadal out of the trio of modern greats who ends up moving onto 21 Grand Slam titles first
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David Moyes bemoans Premier League rescheduling as leggy West Ham slip up against Leeds
David Moyes has hit out at the Premier League for their decision to make West Ham play two games in five days after fatigue played a big role in their defeat to Leeds United.
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Worker 'terrified' after customer shoves £5 into her bra and cops 'don't want to know'
Manchester Metropolitan University student Niamh Gallagher, 21, had been working alone in the Shuropody shoe store when a man 'shoved' a £5 note into her bra strap, before telling her it was 'our little thing'
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Kanye West thanks Travis Scott for 'giving him address' to daughter's birthday party
Kanye West has been using Instagram Live to provide update on the situation between him and Kim Kardashian
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Jurgen Klopp admits Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's injury casts shadow over Liverpool victory
Oxlade-Chamberlain was included in the starting XI for the first time in over a fortnight and scored a diving header but was replaced shortly after in concerning scenes for Klopp
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‘Covid was no joke’: AOC shares photos of her virus battle
New York congresswoman one of many lawmakers to test positive amid Omicron surge
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