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DeGale VS Eubank Jr, A Tribute To Johnny Cash, And The Craft Beer Uprising: Best Things To Do In London This Week This week is packed to the brim with juicy events one simply cannot afford to miss. From impressive fights to great music to literal rivers of craft beer, London's got your every need in entertainment covered.
Chelsea 0-2 Man Utd: Ander Herrera and Paul Pogba give visitors victory Manchester United cruised past Chelsea into the FA Cup quarter-finals to plunge Blues boss Maurizio Sarri's reign even deeper into crisis as he felt the full fury of the club's frustrated fans.
FA Cup quarter-final draw: Man Utd face Wolves in last eight Manchester United's reward for beating holders Chelsea in Monday's final fifth-round tie is an FA Cup quarter-final trip to Wolves. Premier League champions Manchester City are at Championship side Swansea City, with another second-tier side Millwall at home to Brighton.
Fire breaks out at Heathrow hotel's sauna Eight fire engines and about 60 firefighters were called just after 16:00 GMT to the blaze at the Radisson Blu hotel in Bath Road. Crews from Hayes, Feltham and Hillingdon attended, and the fire was under control by 18.13 GMT, the London Fire Brigade said.
South Western Railway: RMT suspends strikes after talks These are external links and will open in a new window. Planned strikes by workers on South Western Railway in the dispute over guards on trains have been suspended. Rail, Maritime and Transport union members were due to walk out on 22 February and on 9 and 16 March.
London social housing block residents warn of 'death trap' conditions Water-soaked electrics, severe damp and lift breakdowns in flats managed by A2Dominion.
Heathrow fire: blaze breaks out at sauna in hotel near airport Around 60 firefighters are battling a fire at a hotel near Heathrow Airport. London Fire Brigade was called to reports of a fire in a hotel sauna in Bath Road, Heathrow, at around 4.12pm. Eight fire engines and around 60 firefighters are at the hotel, believed to be the Radisson Blu.
'Lady truncheons' and uniforms on show to mark 100 years of women in Met These are external links and will open in a new window. So-called "lady truncheons" - designed to be small enough to fit in a handbag - are part of an exhibition to mark 100 years of women in the Met Police. The truncheons, along with past uniforms and officer recruitment ads, are on show at the Met Heritage Centre.
Flybmi: New Derry-London airline 'expected soon' The transport minister said the council would now "take forward that part, it is their responsibility." Earlier Clive Coleman, the contracts director at Regional and City Airports, which runs City of Derry Airport, said its "key route" was to London. "It would be challenging to run the airport without a London flight," he said.
Queens Park Rangers v West Bromwich Albion Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's Championship game between Queens Park Rangers and West Bromwich Albion.
Discover Wonders Of The World Made With LEGO At This London Exhibition Artist Warren Elsmore has recreated over 50 iconic landmarks using half a million LEGO bricks, including the seven wonders of the ancient world.
IS bride Shamima Begum insists she's not 'a threat' to the UK and expresses 'regret' for jihadi support Read IS bride Shamima Begum insists she's not 'a threat' to the UK and expresses 'regret' for jihadi support latest on ITV News. All the World news.
James DeGale vs Chris Eubank Jr: Where to watch the boxing in London James DeGale and Chris Eubank Jr go head to head in one of the biggest fights of the year on Saturday February 23. The bout, which takes place at the O2 in London, will be a major tests for former two-time world super-middleweight champion DeGale.
Maro Itoje: England lock 'progressing well' and could return against Wales England forward Maro Itoje could be in line to return for Saturday's Six Nations match against Wales in Cardiff after he was initially ruled out. The 24-year-old Saracens lock sustained medial ligament damage during England's 32-20 win over Ireland in Dublin.
Charge over 'naked man defecating on train' A man has been charged over claims a naked person was seen defecating on a passenger train. Malcolm Hines, 57 of Bravington Road, west Kilburn in north-west London, has been charged with one count of outraging public decency.
Max Crumpton: Harlequins hooker cited for GJ van Velze incident Harlequins' Max Crumpton will appear before an independent disciplinary panel after being cited for 'an alleged punch or striking of an opponent'. The 26-year-old hooker was cited following an incident involving Worcester number eight GJ van Velze during Quins' 47-33 win on Saturday.
Ben Davis: Fulham Under-18 player could face jail in Singapore Fulham's Ben Davis has missed his mandatory national service in Singapore and could face time in prison, says the country's Ministry of Defence. The 18-year-old signed for the Premier League club on a two-year deal in July but his government denied his application to defer his duties.
Cash kicks in for grassroots soccer clubs from Tower Hamlets Mayor’s Cup Sports clubs have scored a goal for cash in the Tower Hamlets Mayor’s Cup annual football tournament awards which aim to get more youngsters in London’s deprived East End to take up physical activity.
Prada's Legendary Milanese Bakery Is Coming To London World famous bakery, Marchesi 1824, is coming to Mayfair – and it's bringing its famous Milanese panettone and Instagrammable interiors.
Things To Do Today In London: Tuesday 19 February 2019 Full moon stories, Lego robots and a flying boat.
Head To The Flat Iron Square Fan Zone To Try These Delicious Guinness-Paired Dishes Flat Iron Square is one of our favourite foodie-hubs in London any time of the year and it’s gone all…
Labour hopeful Dr Faiza Shaheen says Sadiq Khan's Ulez scheme is 'unfair' on poor Londoners A Labour parliamentary candidate has sparked controversy after being caught on camera describing Sadiq Khan's vehicle pollution levy as an "unfair" levy likely to hit poor Londoners hardest.
London's Most Stressful Tube Station Has Been Revealed We take findings with this like a fistful of salt, but to its credit, this one does take into account TfL data of entries and exits, train delays - plus negative social media posts over the course of a year. So it's pseudo-scientific at least. According to the research, Bank and Monument is the second most stressful tube station.
London's Best Year-Round Rooftop Bars From spring's first rays right through to summer's dying embers fading into autumn, we'll find any excuse to head up high for a pint or Aperol Spritz and enjoy the sun.
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