A tea house in Vauxhall has been accused of providing a platform for people with anti-Semitic and Covid-denying views.
A mum who has lived in England since she was eight has been stranded in Jamaica for more than a year after the Home Office didn’t issue her baby a visa.
And a community joined together to celebrate a school’s success in a recent Government inspection.
There are 11 pages of South London Press sport, which include an exclusive interview with George Honeyman, signed by Millwall from Hull City this summer.
And Albie Morgan, out of contract next summer, talks about the key things he needs to add to his game to be a Charlton Athletic regular as well as coverage of Fred Wright’s dream baptism in the Tour de France.
All that plus much more, including the latest things to do in South London and reviews of pubs and restaurants in your area.
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