We have another bumper 52-page South London Press for you, out tomorrow.
In it, a judge has said that it was “more likely than not” that children’s charity Kids Company would have survived had it not been for unfounded sexual assault allegations made by young clients of the charity against older clients.
An inspirational Millwall fan fundraiser has raised thousands of pounds by walking around The Den as well as his neighbourhood.
And Admiral Lord Nelson’s support for vaccination has been revealed in a letter rediscovered little more than a week ago at Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG).
We also have 11 pages of sport, including exclusive interviews with Millwall’s new head of recruitment, Harvey Bussell, rising AFC Wimbledon star Jack Rudoni and Charlton loan hit Liam Millar, who reveals how moving to England left him in tears.
We also analyse the contract situation at Crystal Palace – and which of their 13 players due to be free agents this summer merit extensions.
And we have a brand new feature for you focusing on new technology – impress your mates with the latest gadgets, brought to you by the South London Press!
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