In news, council tax payers will have to cough up extra and community groups will get less funding if the Government sticks by its decision to divert cash away from some of the poorest areas in the country.
Police searching for missing Sarah Everard are expected to charge a serving cop after discovering human remains in woodland in Kent.
And a faith healer who sold “plague protection kits” for almost £100 a time, claiming they could shield people from Covid-19, has had the running of his church taken over by the charity watchdog.
We also have 10 great pages of sport for you, including reaction to Charlton’s midweek win, Andy Gray making a bold statement on Wilfried Zaha, and Millwall’s Jed Wallace admitting his displays have been affected by a fan-free Den.
All that plus much more, including restaurant and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets.
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