A knife amnesty bank for would-be criminals to surrender their weapons without the threat of charge was left overflowing with blades.
A dad whose seven-month-old son died this year has raised a whopping £71,000 for the neonatal unit at St George’s Hospital.
And a lawyer who made her name fighting 200 cases for victims of the Windrush scandal has been named in the top-10 of Britain’s most powerful black people.
We also have 10 pages of South London Press sport, including reaction to Johnnie Jackson being appointed Charlton’s caretaker manager and the departure of Nigel Adkins.
Jake Cooper gives us his reaction to his excellent late winning goal for Millwall at Sheffield United, and we have analysis on Crystal Palace’s 2-2 draw at Arsenal.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets!
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