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Fans of The Apprentice may remember the popular show’s first ever winner, Tim Campbell, who shot to fame and a £100,000 contract with the simple line: “you’re hired”.

How far can you run in an hour? That’s the simple challenge being set by children’s charity the NSPCC, supported by this paper.

You might not have heard of London-based four-piece Teleman yet. But in the coming months, when the band will release their debut album Breakfast and perform at popular festival the Secret Garden Party, all that is bound to change.

When I finally speak with Andy C he’s busy running through the soundcheck for a six-hour set in one of London’s biggest nightclubs.

A housemate of dad-of-two Neill Buchel is among three men who appeared at the Old Bailey on Wednesday charged with his murder.

The mum of a father-of-two, whose severed leg was found in a Rush Green lake, has spoken for the first time since police today confirmed they had found the rest of his body.

Murder detectives have told the family of a missing father-of-two about the discovery of a human leg in a Rush Green pond.

Daggers striker Brian Woodall has been given a 20-month driving ban after pleading guilty to drink driving.

Motorists are advised to avoid the A13 westbound as the road is shut while police investigate a fatal collision.

Police have swooped in a planned operation this evening.

Professional footballer Robert Grant was yesterday cleared of allegations he racially abused a black opponent at a match held on a club anti-racism day.

Championship footballer Robert Grant claims Daggers’ defender Gavin Hoyte “misunderstood” when he thought the striker had used a racial slur against him on a club anti-racism day, a court heard.

Hundreds are expected to attend an annual exhibition promoting some of east London’s top businesses.

Members of the English Defence League (EDL) gathered at a war memorial to hold a minute’s silence and lay flowers in tribute to Drummer Lee Rigby, who was killed in Woolwich earlier this month.

New Tube trains designed without any dividing doors between carriages may increase the risk of passenger crime, says Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas.

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