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Railway workers set up picket lines across South London this week during national railway worker strike action.

A double-decker bus caught on fire in the middle of Brixton on Friday morning last week, causing panic and sending plumes of smoke into the air.

And a highly-talented school chef has reached the final of a national competition for the third year in a row.

We have nine pages of South London Press sport, including all the latest as the transfer activity begins to hot up.

We’ve got reaction to Millwall fans’ favourite Jed Wallace’s move to West Bromwich Albion, as well as Mandela Egbo on becoming Charlton’s second incoming deal of the summer window.

We’ve also exclusively caught up with AFC Wimbledon defender Lee Brown, who believes Johnnie Jackson can bring stability to the League Two club.

All that plus much more, including the latest things to do in South London and reviews of pubs and restaurants in your area.

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


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