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Eleanor lost her mum, Carmel, when she was three but has since been helped by bereavement counselling funded by Children in Need. The Candle Child Bereavement Service in south London helped Eleanor meet and play with children with similar experiences growing up. “We didn’t necessarily talk about it, but we all knew what was going […]

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Artist Philip Colbert has opened his Lobsteropolis exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery with a robot-only launch as a response to the pandemic. Guests can control the robots using their mobile phone to move around the space and look at the artwork. Tickets can also be bought to visit the central London gallery in person too. […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption“I shouldn’t be scared to walk down the street” Two years ago, 50-year-old Tommy Barwick was attacked after London’s Pride parade. He was left requiring the use of a wheelchair. “I heard shouting behind me that was homophobic. Then I was hit. I felt my back crack […]

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Image copyright Google Image caption The officer was shot dead by a man being detained at the custody centre in Windmill Lane A police officer has been shot dead at Croydon Police Station in south London. The officer was shot by a man who was being detained at the custody centre in Windmill Lane. He […]

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A man who has thought a lot about the maths behind stirring cups of tea has won one of the world’s most lucrative academic prizes. Professor Sir Martin Hairer from Imperial College in London won the 2021 Breakthrough Prize for Mathematics by applying complex maths to simple situations – like stirring a cup of tea. […]

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