Your latest 52-page South London Press – out tomorrow!

A faith leader has slammed police and town hall chiefs, after he successfully sued them for banning one of the speakers at an event he organised, in a case which has cost close to £900,000.

Lewisham and Greenwich NHS performed alongside superstars Rag’n’Bone Man and P!nk at the Brit Awards this week, providing harmonies for the chart-topping pair’s recent collaboration Anywhere Away From Here.

And an entrepreneur has received a £30,000 investment from BBC dragon Sara Davies after he turned an idea for his girlfriend’s birthday into a successful business.

We have 10 pages of South London sport, packed with exclusives, as Shaun Williams opens up on leaving Millwall, AFC Wimbledon teen talent Ayoub Assal reveals which Chelsea player inspired him, and Scott Minto’s take on Charlton’s season.

And we’ve got reaction to Palace’s 3-1 loss at Southampton and Marcus Hook’s excellent analysis on Surrey CCC.

All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets.

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

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