Dean Callis, along with four others, fighting football banning order
Work expected to start next year after positive public consultation
But lecturer avoids being struck off by HCPC panel despite kissing one of cohort
The election campaign officially starts at the end of March – but the battle for hearts, minds and votes started long ago. Political editor Annabelle Dickson sets out her guide
Jeremy Corbyn may have had phone tapped as he fought for freedom of Birmingham Six and Guilford Four
New borough commander named as Ch Supt Gerry Campbell leaves post
A world-famous Farringdon nightclub, which has been linked to a number of drug-related deaths, is in the spotlight again after a woman collapsed at the venue at the weekend.
Islington light-middleweight Georgie Kean says he is putting his time to good use as he waits to learn the extent of a troublesome knuckle injury.
Even trailing a sequence of six straight victories in their wake, it takes a substantial leap of faith to envisage Arsenal snatching the Premier League title.
FC Unity Under-12s clinched one trophy after beating Total Goal Falcons 6-0 – and are fast closing in on their second of a possible four.
London Heathside’s Jacob Phillips is bidding to win the Under-17 men’s title in the North-West London Young Athletes League as he prepares for the fifth and final race at Wormwood Scrubs on Saturday.
Times ABC middleweight Yahia Chelli experienced a rude awakening at his first England Elite Championships as he lost out to former Dale Youth clubmate Hamid Sediqy.
Late goals from David Frost and Charlie Casey enabled Boroughs United to avoid an upset against South London Sharks in the Jack Morgan Cup semi-final.
Youngsters from Sobell Karate Club picked up the highest number of gold medals for kumite sparring at the 15th Legend Open Shotokan Championships in Bracknell.
I’ve eaten in some unusual places over the years – a glass box on top of the Royal Festival Hall, a boat going down the Thames while the cast of Fawlty Towers served us, a Pan Am transatlantic flight-themed restaurant.
Broadcaster Jonathan Maitland says his play depicts the conflicted loyalties of Mrs Thatcher’s back-stabbing chancellor Geoffrey Howe
Build a masterpiece out of toast, see a puppet show and keep the kids active over Easter
Don’t mistake it for Disney’s Frozen, for this dark tale of murder could hardly be further apart, says Alex Bellotti
Moody and modern Greek tragedy lacks emotional core, says Marianka Swain
Daniel Wittenberg on mock trials where comics put the audience in the dock on spoof charges
Feted, mellow indie troubadours deliver on their early promise.
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