The incident six weeks ago saw police patrols stepped up outside schools
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Brizzi was sentenced to life in jail and must serve a minimum of 24 years
The suspect will submit a plea in April
A 36-year-old woman was arrested and has been bailed
Two other suspects were arrested and have been bailed to a later date
The pair were caught after a chase on foot with coppers
Harriet recently became the record holder for Britain's longest-serving female MP
The council is proposing a 1.99 per cent increase in council tax, alongside the three per cent adult social care precept brought forward by the Government
Bermondsey and Old Southwark could be the worst hit place in the country by £1,051 per pupil, unions have warned
'This scheme has not felt right from the start'
Lewisham Conservatives have said they have no confidence in Lewisham Council making the right decision for residents
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"What I'm announcing today is the start of an ambitious programme which is actually putting prevention at the heart of tackling homelessness," the PM said.
As a borough, Southwark performed above average in last summer's GCSE results
The Department for Education has released revised results for A-levels and equivalent qualifications
St Thomas the Apostle teachers ‘incredibly proud’ of ex-student who scored against Man City in debut Premier League game
"We ask the Dulwich Estate to look elsewhere in their portfolio of land to find another place to build," parent says
Council says it is helping parents find new school places for their kids
Apply by Sunday for your child's primary place
“Eight massive dead rats have been taken out of my flat by the pest control people, and even they said I shouldn’t be living here," Evie said
“Not every church can manage having as many homeless people visit them as we need, and some, despite being part of the Christian community, do not want to," food bank manager says
Council gives charity two extra weeks in Aylesbury hall as campaign launched for it to stay put
The fire in 2009 claimed the lives of three women and three children
The charity is in need of a new base for its food bank and clothes bank which helps hundreds of homeless people
Council confirms it will now pursue an "oral hearing" for CPO to be given green light
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Contestant on ITV’s hit Saturday night show sets up course for people to learn parkour
360 kilograms of clay from 30 metres underground is up to 54 million years old
A full Christmas dinner with all the trimmings for elderly guests
Civil Aviation authority called it a "very near miss"
Unicorn cabs - Unicabs - will be helping commuters get to work for from the station on Thursday
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Dulwich Hamlet developers appear to bow to pressure on affordable homes
Some areas of London could see snowfall of up to 4cm and 40mph gusts of wind
Peckham Lido designers invite you to share ideas at the White Horse pub.
Developer says the new homes are needed to form part of Hamlet's "sustainable future"
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It's a "victory for common sense" as TfL renege on plans to take back parking space used by elderly and disabled churchgoers.
Consultation open on the potential rerouting of 22 London bus services
Rotherhithe Overground station was evacuated after a member of staff reportedly found a suspicious package
Up to 4,000 workers are expected to walk out on Sunday in protest over job losses and ticket office closures
The 122-year-old bridge is crossed by vehicles 21,000 times per day
Tunnelling set to begin by 2022, with completion by 2029
The Mayor released a statement saying that he will be “the most pro-cycling Mayor London has ever had,” committing to spending £770m on cycling over his five years in office
Nominees will be shining examples of civic mindedness, personal courage, or service to family or community
"It’s a real shame. It’s a pub that is very much used by the local community," local councillor says
The leisure centre will open its doors to the public once again following a £1.68million facelift
Michelle stunned with her rendition of James Brown’s It’s a Man’s Man’s World
"It's dead easy, you just have to get in there early..."
The pub has been sold to a developer and the landlords' lease ends in May
The bells were blessed during a special evesong service
The practice spent some eighteen months in "special measures"
The Department of Health will be providing guidance on how Trust's can ensure patients "pay up" when they aren't entitled to free care
New purpose-built facility at Guys open five days a week instead of two
The scheme is aimed at getting youngsters aged eleven to 25 active and back into tennis
Guy's surgeons are using robots to assist in complex lung procedures
Matthew Alexander was last seen when he walked out of King's College Hospital on Sunday
Surrey Canal Sports Foundation has repeatedly claimed that it has secured £2million worth of funding from Sport England
The right to a judicial review on the government's rejection of the leaseholder buy-outs was given at a hearing yesterday
The judicial review of the government's decision on the CPO is now expected to take place in early April
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Family and representatives from the community gathered at Surrey Square Park to plant an oak tree commemorating young Mo's life
The robot was spotted in Willow Walk, Bermondsey, by passers-by
Camberwell Costcutter will work with online service Alchemy Wings to deliver what you want round-the-clock
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