Welcome to our South London Press weekly news round-up. Each week we will talk through three of our paper’s top stories.
This week we have the latest updates from the manhunt to find Abdul Shokoor Ezedi after a chemical attack against a woman and two young children on January 31, we spoke with Rosmund Kissi-Debrah who has launched a high court claim against three Government Departments and caught up with the winner of Young MasterChef Series 2.
Join us again next week for a round-up of South London’s most important news.
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