Ali, of Oldfield Grove, was sentenced to 21 months in jail after admitting money laundering at a hearing at Bolton Crown Court on Monday
On second attempt the taser worked, and the man was disarmed before being handcuffed to a set of railings
'We will deal robustly with those who seek to peddle drugs, exploit young people and target the most vulnerable within our communities for the sole purpose of financial gain'
Just over half of our readers said they were in favour of another vote on the terms - but a third said they preferred a No Deal Brexit
However opposition Lib Dems called for an urgent meeting with council officials to explain the decision
'Giving landlords the power to evict tenants with ‘no cause’ means renters in Southwark are subjected to horrendous conditions in the private sector'
The stat makes Bermondsey and Old Southwark one of the worst affected parliamentary constituencies in the country
The move would favour those who live nearer to the school as well as those with siblings studying at the college
'Do something today that your future self will thank you for'
'I’ve never won anything before'
'We want all our pupils in Southwark to get the start they need to meet their dreams, whichever path in life they choose'
The longstanding publicans had been told they needed to be out of their home by Christmas Eve - but luckily they have managed to find a place to stay
The man was lucky to escape - as firefighters said the house had no working smoke alarms and the hoarded material made it difficult to escape
However it did not find any fault in how the council assessed her housing priority or needs
“In the end the bill came to £42,000. All of our long-term retirement plans have gone out the window.”
One rang to complain their breakfast wasn't delivered quickly while another rang police to tell them her bus driver was whistling
Check their tickets every time they play
Pigeons will be observed with a hawk-eye when this ferocious bird of prey is around
Infestation disgusts park-goers
Firefighters have managed to safely deal with the fire which was put out shortly before 11am
The fundraiser smashed its £30,000 target on Saturday and could see six historic Rotherhithe buildings illuminated
Only two per cent of Southwark's waste goes to landfill
The move comes after the News reported last week of primary schools taking extraordinary steps including face-masks to tackle harmful pollution
The IWGB union says hundreds of private hire drivers will be blocking the major roads in a protest over the ultra-low emissions zone
In one exchange in March, the resident told a council official she could not travel to pick up her prescriptions while feeling suicidal without her disability pass
The £130 fine has been cancelled by TfL as a "goodwill gesture" after it was contacted by the News
Commuters fuming as 11 bus routes removed from Rye lane for 13 months
Heritage group says plans for developer to take over are a 'short-sighted move'
"We feed anyone without judgement", said Refugee Community Kitchen volunteer Felicity
"The Duchess shares our deeply-held conviction that theatre has the power to bring together people from all communities and walks of life."
Doors opened in December
The Trust, which manages the hospitals, has also excluded 38 people from non-emergency treatment after they abused front-line staff
'One in six children do not get the recommended amount of exercise every day of the week'
Men who have sex with men were most affected, with the use of hook-up apps such as Grindr being a driver of the increase
‘These are mums working hard who do not have the time to formalise their business and work out how to grow’
Despite a long-running campaign to keep the pub open, landlords Michael and Linda have to leave by Christmas Eve
‘New approach to regeneration that does not support gentrification'
In our Review of the Year the News takes a look back at those who we sadly lost during 2018
'Women are still dying of breast cancer, and they are dying on a heart-breaking scale’'
'Where the park stands today had once been covered by buildings and houses which were destroyed by war'
'The ball promises to not only be a fantastic night out but your support at this event will help us continue and build upon our great work to date'
'Ofo is adjusting its overseas operations'
The money will go towards a charity helping victims on the ground
Famous eatery drew in a big crowd
Gesture of goodwill in recognition of all their hard work
A 45-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of driving while unfit through drugs and causing death by careless driving.
The writer was in a bar on stag do when police stormed the bar and told everyone to get down because of the attack
Julie and Mark Wallace speak of the huge support they received in London after their daughter Sara's death
Julie and Mark Wallace hope to support others experiencing traumatic grief
Medics were on the scene within minutes thanks to Bill and his team
She is described as being about 5ft 3ins tall, of slim build and with black braided hair
Richard has gone missing several times previously and enjoys travelling on public transport
He was last seen on September 26
If you see him call 101
Road reopened the same day
Lane 2 is blocked (northbound) at the junction of Penton Place, so use caution on passing.
Traffic is slow on approach with tailbacks along Jamaica Road.
'We are absolutely delighted with the donation and the opportunity it allows the dancers'
£3.50 pints and a pool table
'I needed more positive role models when I was growing up'
'Get active, learn skills and fall in love with the game'
Wave Project aims to help build skills and resilience
A series of shocking cemetery blunders, and a campaign to stop trees being felled to make more way for burial space rumbled on for a fourth year.
As 2019 begins, the Southwark News takes a look back on our pick of the front pages of 2018
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