A 60-year-old man is being thrown out on the street after the council grabbed his £800,000 house to cover the cost of his mother’s care home.
Friends and neighbours of Tashawn Watt have expressed their anger over his “senseless killing”.
A former bank employee who stole more than £74,000 from members of her own family has been jailed.
And Metropolitan Police officer Wayne Couzens lied to detectives and claimed to have been blackmailed into abducting his victim Sarah Everard, it has been revealed.
And we have 11 pages of sport, including an exclusive interview with Millwall winger Jed Wallace, as he discusses his future, as well as Darius Charles on his AFC Wimbledon return. We also catch up with Charlton’s new U23 boss Anthony Hayes and Eartha Cumings, who is the Addicks Women’s first ever full-time professional.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets.
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