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Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City: Kevin de Bruyne scores twice as City outclass Arsenal Kevin de Bruyne scores twice and sets up another for Raheem Sterling as Manchester City produce a masterful display to beat Arsenal.

Wolves 1-2 Tottenham: Late Jan Vertonghen goal seals win for Jose Mourinho's side Jan Vertonghen scored a dramatic late winner as Spurs ended Wolves' 11-match unbeaten Premier League run to narrow the gap on the top four with victory at Molineux.

'Remember our babies in Christmas cards' Seeing his name in cards helped her other children and "acknowledges the little life that was", she said. Essex charity Aching Arms said the gesture could be "heartwarming" at a difficult time of year. The organisation, based in Brentwood, sends thousands of teddy bears to grieving families across the UK, both as comforters and to signpost help.

Women's Super League: Arsenal beat Everton to stay top but Beth Mead suffers injury Arsenal beat Everton to stay top of the Women's Super League, but England forward Beth Mead suffered what looked a serious leg injury. The 24-year-old stayed down after an innocuous challenge in the first half, receiving treatment for more than five minutes before being carried off.

Things To Do Today In London: Monday 16 December 2019 AUSTENTATIOUS: Jane Austen improv comedy troupe Austentatious perform their last London show of the year. See the cast put together a brand new show right in front of you. It's designed like a 'lost' Jane Austen novel, and based on nothing more than a title suggested by the audience.

Miss Jamaica crowned Miss World 2019: 'This platform is about more than beauty' A Jamaican model has won the Miss World competition. Toni-Ann Singh celebrated the charity work done by the beauty pageant's winners, calling it "the biggest part of the competition". On Saturday's final, the 23-year-old performed "I Have Nothing" by Whitney Houston on stage, wearing a glittery white ball gown at the Exhibition Centre London.

London Trivia: Carpenter opens theatre Weekly nuggets of triviality posted every Sunday each with a short essay relating to the day in question along with 10 other pieces of useless information, read weekly or dip in and out.

Essex Senior League: Ilford win while Sporting Bengal suffer narrow defeat Ilford seal a home victory while Sporting Bengal United fall short against one of the title favourites Walthamstow in the Essex Senior League.

Elizabeth Line: Reading-London Paddington services start Train services have now begun on the Elizabeth line between Reading and London Paddington. TfL Rail now runs stopping services on the route after taking over from Great Western Railway.

Travel: Sun, Sea, Sailing & a Second Home at Luštica Bay, Montenegro For holidays and property investment, the new Lustica Bay marina development near Tivat offers excellent value for money, with the five-star Ch.

Cheese-Slathered, Chilli-Covered Korean Food Is Served At This Hackney Pub The Gangnam fries are a very generous pile of thick fries, jalapeño, kimchi, bulgogi beef that's layered across the top in thin, hand-sized sheets. And cheese, a lot of cheese, with a strong burger cheese / Cheez Whiz energy.

Man stabbed to death and woman injured in attack at home The woman was rushed to hospital after the attack in east London.

Altior 'extremely unlikely' to race in King George VI Chase at Kempton Park Trainer Nicky Henderson says highly rated Altior is "extremely unlikely" to race in the King George VI Chase, the Boxing Day showpiece at Kempton Park. After 19 successive wins, the nine-year-old lost by two-and-a-quarter lengths to Cyrname over two miles five furlongs at Ascot last month.

Dagenham stabbing: Man knifed to death in east London home A 59-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was stabbed to death in east London. Emergency services rushed to a home on a quiet residential road in Dagenham on Saturday night. Paramedics fought to save the victim, aged in his 40s, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Dagenham stabbing: Murder arrest after man dies These are external links and will open in a new window. A man has been arrested following a fatal stabbing in east London. The victim, a man in his 40s, was found with life-threatening stab wounds by London Ambulance Service at a property in Marlborough Road, Dagenham, at 22:10 GMT on Saturday, and pronounced dead half an hour later.

Jump rope coach: From City worker to full-time skipper He coaches people online and has built up a large enough following on YouTube to allow him to leave his day job. Rushie wants to grow the jump rope community and get more people skipping. Share this with. Copy this link. These are external links and will open in a new window.

Southampton 0-1 West Ham: Sebastien Haller settles relegation clash West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini says he "never lost trust in what we do" after a deserved win at relegation rivals Southampton which could ease some pressure on him. The Chilean could reportedly have lost his job had they lost, following a run of only one win in 11 games.

Saracens 15-6 Munster: Mark McCall says medic's comment to Jamie George caused brawl Saracens head coach Mark McCall says a comment to hooker Jamie George by one of Munster's medics caused a brawl involving almost 30 players. Assistant coach Alex Sanderson had told BT Sport during Saracens' 15-6 Champions Cup win that it was related to George's weight.

West Ham battle to priceless win at Southampton Sebastién Haller's winner gave Manuel Pellegrini some welcome breathing space with this valuable victory that sent the Hammers marching up into 15th-spot in the table.

London's Royal Parks to pay attendants living wage following strikes Their union, United Voices of the World, said the board of Royal Parks - a charity which manages Hyde Park and St James's Park, among others - agreed to increase workers' salaries after it threatened to escalate industrial action on Thursday.

Barnsley 5-3 QPR: Conor Chaplin grabs hat-trick in Tykes' third win of the season Barnsley beat QPR to win for just the third time in the Championship this season, with Conor Chaplin grabbing a hat-trick at Oakwell. Barnsley's Chaplin opened the scoring in the seventh minute, before Luke Amos tapped in a rebound to equalise for QPR.

League Two: Leyton Orient 0 Bradford City 0 A late tackle against Wilkinson on the halfway line led to a yellow card for Anthony O'Connor and Lee Angol then won a free-kick in a promising position, which led to a scramble in the box and Ekpiteta firing wide for the hosts.

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