Thieves broke into a school in the darkness and stole a statue erected in memory of a battling teenager who died of cancer 14 years ago.
A school has denied a big loss of staff is because of the headteacher’s regime and incidents of victimisation.
And almost 13,000 people have signed a petition against roadblocks in one borough.
We also have nine pages of South London sport packed with exclusive interviews, including Oliver Burke on his loan move to Millwall and Ollie Palmer opening up on his exit from AFC Wimbledon.
There is also reaction to Charlton signing Tottenham teenager Nile John on loan.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews and all the latest on what’s on in South London.
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