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Commuters face an evening of disruption with problems on the Overground and c2c lines.

Police are hunting a man who subjected a 13-year-old girl to racial and sexual slurs before threatening a woman who came to her aid.

Commuters are facing disruption on the Central and District lines this evening due to two separate signal failures.

Chief nurse Kathryn Halford has met the majority of the royal family during her 37-year career - and she’s set to do so again when she picks up her OBE for services to nursing.

A planned District line strike has been called off - but one on the Jubilee line is still set to go ahead.

Commuters on the District and Jubilee lines are set to face disruption and delays if a planned strike goes ahead next week.

It’s the time of the year that every teenager - and their parents - dread: GCSE exams.

If you’re using c2c to get home, your train could be leaving earlier than expected - or not calling at your stop at all.

The government will spend £400 million removing dangerous cladding from tower blocks across the country, the prime minister has announced.

Police investigating the death of Rainham mum Julie Hunt have released pictures of four cars whose drivers may have witnessed the incident in which she was killed.

This year’s Virgin Money London Marathon follows the usual route from Greenwich Park to the Mall.

Christmas may be a long-distant memory for most, but that didn’t stop hundreds of Santas taking to the streets this weekend.

A midwife who helped a mum through a high-risk birth at Queen’s Hospital has won an award for her care and support.

In 1918, women were given the right to vote for the first time.

Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas has paid tribute to the Holocaust survivors who share their stories with the next generation.

Hundreds of Santas are set to hit the streets for charity - just a week before Easter.

These are the first purple Elizabeth line roundels installed ahead of the line’s official opening in December.

There were 264 acid attacks carried out across Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge in the last three years, new figures have shown.

If 2018 is going to be anything like 2017, it’s going to be unpredictable.

How much do you remember about the weird and wacky world of Twitter this year?

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Staff on Greater Anglia services are set to stage three days of walkouts in a dispute over driver only operated trains.

This is the future of the Tube map, with a bright purple line running through the centre of London.

If you’re planning to visit loved ones over the Christmas period, you might want to think twice about using public transport.

The Metropolitan Police is reminding people to protect their homes from burglary during the Christmas period.

A five-year-old girl’s design is set to grace the front of Christmas cards sent out by Jon Cruddas this year.

First time buyers will benefit from not having to pay stamp duty on homes costing £300,000 or less, the chancellor has announced.

A “surrogate father” who raped and sexually abused a teenage boy he met at Elm Park station has been jailed for 16 years.

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