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London Road, where the assault took place

Do you know brave woman who helped 13 year-old schoolgirl when she was attacked in street?

Remembered: Philip Westnott (far right) with father Michael and brother Steven at The Kilkenny Tavern in south Wimbledon

Parents' grief after son, 48, mowed down by Mazda when driver 'lost control in epileptic fit'

Emergency services were spotted near the Brown and Root tower

Emergency services spotted by river Wandle this morning

Heathrow: Recommended for expansion

Davies Commission report "beggars belief", say anti-expansion campaigners

Crime scene: Majestic Way in Mitcham

Mitcham stabbing: Two teenagers, 16, arrested

Passengers were forced to stand from Redhill because of reduced carriages according to this tweet from Kate Philpot

"Where is your air conditioning?" - rail passengers gasping on expected hottest day of the year

One to watch: Sutton's Eloise Saraty

Wimbledon Tennis: Stars miss out this time round, but promise they will be back

Infinitely better: Laura Robson

Breaking Wimbledon Tennis: Robson takes the positives from "infinitely better" performance

Merton's police borough commander Detective Chief Superintendent Stuart Macleod, left, at the ceremony

'Islamic State' pressure cooker bomb threat fails to spoil armed forces parade

"It's all about queuing" - campers and day-trippers take part in a very British pastime

VIDEO: Wimbledon 2015: Inspiration hits poet as he masters the British sport of...queuing

Staff and children at the new Family Centre at Linden Lodge School

Charities benefit from cash boost as tennis championships get underway

Hot, hot, hot: Heatwave predicted to scorch south London tomorrow

Hot, hot, hot: Heatwave predicted to scorch south London tomorrow

Off to a winning defence: The reigning Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic beat Phillip Kohlschreiber in his first round opener

Wimbledon Tennis: The day in pictures - from the queues to centre court

Wimbledon 2015: Maria Sharapova shines on Centre Court

Maria Sharapova loves team dinners, garden time and running on Wimbledon Common

Media maul: Row upon row of TV stations for the world's news gatherers

Wimbledon Tennis: The day the world's sporting press descended on SW19

Back on a watching brief: Former Wimbledon player Frances Sargeant (nee Luff), left, with friend Sue Sweeny - both from the Australian Gold Coast

Wimbledon: Aussie player who took on Billie Jean King returns to "tennis holy grail" after 45 years away

Wimbledon: Spirits are high under the summer sunshine

Wimbledon: Spirits are high under the summer sunshine

Police seize drone being flown over home of Wimbledon tennis championships

Police seize drone being flown over home of Wimbledon tennis championships

Scotland Yard said the public are encouraged to continue with their plans to attend or take part in events as normal

Islamic State (IS) 'bomb plot targeted Armed Forces Day parade in Merton'

The 2015 Young Reporter winners

Winners of our Young Reporter scheme for 2015 celebrated at awards

Imogen Davis with Rufus the Harris Hawk

Advantage Rufus: Ace pigeon-scaring hawk to keep his Wimbledon job as drone talk is dismissed

Thousands of people will be descending on the Wimbledon area for the tennis championships

Homeowners in SW19 and nearby can net thousands of pounds from Wimbledon tennis tournament

An artist impression of how the main building, 42m high, with 100m high chimneys, will look

Work on controversial incinerator set to start next month

Kingston teenager Tom Holland unveiled as new Spider-Man

South London teenager Tom Holland unveiled as new Spider-Man

How EC2 scored in the Happy Forecast study into social interaction

What are the top 10 happiest postcode areas in London - and the 10 most miserable?

Work will be taking place on the tram network from next month

New platform at Wimbledon station set to increase tram frequency

Transport for London has released the official map for Night Tube services

Night Tube services to begin in September: Here's the official map and everything you need to know

Should all London black cabs be able to accept card payments?

Should all London black cabs be able to accept card payments?

Tia Sharp's mum Natalie

Murdered schoolgirl Tia Sharp's mum and gran charged over 'racially aggravated' incident at supermarket

Commuters had to wade through flood water when leaving New Malden station. Photo by Keith Irvine

Commuters paddle through flood outside New Malden station after water main bursts

Crowdfunding for a Crystal Maze YOU can take part in has raised almost £400,000 in 5 days

Crowdfunding for Crystal Maze YOU can play in London has raised £400,000 in just 5 days

A ballot saw 98 per cent of members vote for strike action, on a turnout of 81 per cent

Tube drivers vote for 24 hour strike in row over pay and all-night service

Six long-stay residents at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home are looking for new homes

6 dapper dogs and hat-wearing hounds that need YOU - can you give any of them a home?

Bereaved families being "let down" delays and backlogs at coroner's court

Bereaved families being "let down" by delays and backlogs at coroner's court

Michael Sammie. Pic: MPS

"Kissing" burglar jailed for conning elderly victims in Surbiton, Chessington, Ewell and Worcester Park

Emma, left, and Sophie Ireland

Triathlon sisters ride global support in bid to save father's life

Expansion map: Do you sit within the footprint? Full map inside

Are you one of "the million" due for plane noise: MPs unveil Heathrow expansion map

The congregation sing in celebration

Church-goers celebrate 100th birthday with singing and cake at lively event

Pollen levels are set to soar, causing misery for hayfever sufferers

Prepare for HAYFEVER HELL as pollen levels soar across London

Kamla Thakrar

Mother-of-nine, 74, died of multiple organ failure six days after being admitted to hospital with gallstones

Mark Chambers, missing since Monday June 15

Concerns grow for missing man

The new Wimbledon Brewery about to start production

New brewery about to turn the tap on its first beer

Mark Birtles, left, is wanted, and his brother John Birtles, right, has been jailed.

Fraudster finally behind bars - 13 years after stealing £100,000 from elderly man and going on the run to Australia

St Teresa's RC Primary School in Morden

Primary school children 'help catch burglary suspect' after he is startled by them on after a field trip

Exactly how late are the trains running? The Travelwatch figures that don't make easy reading for rail firms

Exactly how late are the trains running? The Travelwatch figures that don't make easy reading for rail firms

Attractions included dancing from Fusion group, tug of war, face-painting and music by James Smith

PICTURES: Thousands flock to 'Swinging Sixties' Mitcham Carnival

Paul Thomas with the doctors in Malawi

Doctor at Epsom and St Helier hospitals shares medical skills in Malawi - a country with 16m population and just 15 surgeons

Jailed: Antanine Alfred

Remorseless 'danger to women' jailed after five year campaign of terror against ex-partner

General manager Phil Lewis, left, with guests at the launch

Guests enjoy cocktails and canapes at hotel launch party

Peter Mulholland, right, and shock of white hair c1960

Queen's Birthday Honours: Wimbledon athletics volunteer "thought letter was a tax demand"

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