Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has insisted she acted with “integrity” despite fresh accusations that “incompetence and corrupt acts” hampered investigations into the murder of Daniel Morgan.
South London is a hotspot for unsafe sex, according to the latest figures.
And an EastEnders scriptwriter who used her own experiences to write the storyline about Ruby Allen’s miscarriages is doing a sponsored walk this month to raise money for charity.
We also have nine pages of South London Press sport, including Matt Smith on his decision to re-sign with Millwall, and insight into Crystal Palace new boy Marc Guehi.
AFC Wimbledon’s Nesta Guinness-Walker explains why he will never take being a professional footballer for granted, and we have reaction to Sean Clare’s transfer to Charlton Athletic.
All that plus much more, including food and pub reviews, entertainment news and tips on buying the latest gadgets.
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