A couple stranded in South Africa are to challenge the Government in the High Court after dubbing hotel quarantine costs, which they expect to be about £3,700, akin to “state extortion”.
A campaign group this week set up camp outside a town hall to protest against what it sees as a lack of climate action. And the planet’s fastest speedcubers from across the world will put their mind skills to the test on Saturday as they go head-to-head at the Red Bull Rubik’s Cube World Cup final.
There are the usual exclusive interviews in the South London Press sports section.
Millwall’s Danny McNamara discusses how some setbacks this season will help him grow as a professional footballer, Conor Washington backs himself to score at least 15 goals this season, while AFC Wimbledon’s exciting prospect Ayoub Assal has set his sights on reaching the very top.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets!
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