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  1. According to Tony Thompson of the London Evening Standard, Duggan may have been a founding member of North London's "Star Gang", an offshoot of the Tottenham Mandem gang. Unnamed police sources alleged via The Daily Telegraph that Duggan was a "well known gangster" [24] and a "major player and well known to the police in Tottenham".

  2. The Metropolitan District Railway (commonly known as the District Railway) opened in December 1868 from South Kensington to Westminster as part of a plan for an underground "inner circle" connecting London's main-line stations. The Metropolitan and District railways completed the Circle line in 1884, built using the cut and cover method.

  3. This is London magazine has been established for over 65 years, providing readers with information about events, exhibitions, music, concerts, theatre and dining. As life returns to normal, Londoners are heading back into the Capital and many visitors are already coming from further afield.

  4. Jun 25, 2022 · Why you will need another £4,000 a year to afford your first home. Mortgage rates for first-time buyers are forecast to hit the highest level in 10 years by 2023

  5. (O’Driscoll, James ) Britain for Learners of English

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