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Daily Mirror
DWP forced to reveal vast list of firms using benefit claimants for free workAfrican Childrens Fund 2. Abacus Children’s Wear 3. ABCAL 4. Ability 5. Ace
DWP forced to reveal vast list of firms using benefit claimants for free work
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
African Childrens Fund 2. Abacus Children’s Wear 3. ABCAL 4. Ability 5. Ace of Clubs Charity Shop 6. Acorns 7. Action for Disability 8. Action Housing 9. Active Community Team 10. Advocacy Support 11. Afro Caribbean Centre 12. Age... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Operation Dibbin: 31 appear in court or cautioned after police seize drugs and knives in raids in Tootingwho were stopped yards from where 20-year-old Lewis Elwin died after being stab
Operation Dibbin: 31 appear in court or cautioned after police seize drugs and knives in raids in Tooting
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
who were stopped yards from where 20-year-old Lewis Elwin died after being stabbed on April 18. Other raids took place in Streatham, Tulse Hill, Mitcham, Southwark, West Norwood and Carshalton. Those arrested and charged were: Paul Neith, 46, of... Read more
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Sussex Express
‘When will shambles and crisis on Sussex railways end?’months, while he was asked what ‘compelling evidence’ he had that high levels o
‘When will shambles and crisis on Sussex railways end?’
Sussex Express / Posted 22 days ago
months, while he was asked what ‘compelling evidence’ he had that high levels of staff sickness was ‘unofficial industrial action’. Mr Horton explained that staff sickness levels doubled overnight when the strikes began, was clustered in a small... Read more
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Chichester Observer
‘When will shambles and crisis on Sussex railways end?’months, while he was asked what ‘compelling evidence’ he had that high levels o
‘When will shambles and crisis on Sussex railways end?’
Chichester Observer / Posted 22 days ago
months, while he was asked what ‘compelling evidence’ he had that high levels of staff sickness was ‘unofficial industrial action’. Mr Horton explained that staff sickness levels doubled overnight when the strikes began, was clustered in a small... Read more
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Tottenham Hotspur FC
Spurs Remembers: 100 years onfor us, he left for the Front where he was killed on the first day of the Battl
Spurs Remembers: 100 years on
Tottenham Hotspur FC / Posted 29 days ago
for us, he left for the Front where he was killed on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, aged 26. Norman, born in Streatham, South London, played for Bromley and was spotted by Spurs when representing the London FA. He joined the Club in... Read more

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