Monthly Archives: November 2018

West Ham launch new player project in East London.

Players from both the men’s and women’s first team are becoming ambassadors for the local community. West Ham play their matches at the London Stadium in Stratford. The project will be working on creating a sporting legacy and changing lives in the community. The project is a commitment in creating opportunities. The only Premier League team in East London, West Ham United,

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Waterloo station is finally escaping the pigeon menace.

Waterloo station has got a new recruit, a hawk. One of  the busiest station in London has been fighting with pigeons and their mess, their reign has now come to an end. After several complaints from the passengers, Jason Murphy, the manager of Waterloo station, took positive action and decided to bring a hawk to scare off the pigeons. The five years old Harris hawk, called Aria,

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The rise in knife crime continues

The surge in knife crime in London continues with five stabbings all resulting in deaths already this week. Malcolm Mide-Madariola, 17 died in hospital after being brutally stabbed in Balham Hill, near to Clapham South underground station on the afternoon of Friday, 2 November. Local community and fellow students from St Francis Xavier have build a shrine outside Clapham South

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UK facing Plasma shortage that could leave Primary Immune Deficient patients without vital treatment to stay alive. UKPIPS,  a charity established for patients with Primary Immune Deficiency (PID) condition ranging to 300 different types. The charity is urging the government to ensure that patients are not denied the immunoglobulin that they need to survive saying this could lead to thousand

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Trump Immigration Law Could Be Illegal

The United States President Donald Trump can stop migration as a matter of “national interest” a white house statement said. However rights groups have called the move “illegal.” Prior to the mid-term elections Mr Trump frequently denounced the caravan of thousands of Central Americans, who made their way north through Mexico. Migrants who enter the US border via the southern

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