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A clampdown on unvaccinated ward staff could lead to one hospital losing one in 10 of its staff members, claim medics.

Scotland Yard has reopened the case of a woman who was kidnapped and murdered more than 52 years ago – after the convicted killer revealed where she was buried.

And TV treasure Mel Giedroyc will be passing round a virtual hat when she takes part in a rare – for her – comedy gig for a teenager who died of blood cancer.

 Plus we’ve got nine pages of South London Press sport, and that includes reaction and reports on Charlton and AFC Wimbledon – both in midweek action – as well as an exclusive interview with Millwall academy manager Scott Fitzgerald.

All that plus much more, including food reviews, and entertainment news

Don’t miss your latest South London Press – out tomorrow!


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