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Sheffield United 1-0 Arsenal: Lys Mousset's first-half goal stuns Gunners Sheffield United claimed a stunning win over Arsenal to move into the top half of the Premier League. Lys Mousset marked his first start for the Blades with the decisive goal in the first half, turning in Jack O'Connell's knockdown from close range. Arsenal's £72m signing Nicolas Pepe had earlier skewed a golden chance wide from six yards.

Gary Rowett: Millwall appoint former Birmingham, Derby & Stoke boss as new manager The 45-year-old former Burton Albion, Birmingham City, Derby County and Stoke City boss succeeds Neil Harris, who resigned on 3 October. He will keep on Adam Barrett - who had been caretaker boss - as first-team coach, while Callum Davidson and Joe Carnall, who worked with him at Stoke, again form part of his backroom team.

O's drawn at home to Maldon & Tiptree in the FA Cup Leyton Orient have been handed a home tie against Isthmian North side Maldon and Tiptree in the first round of the FA Cup.

Developer Nick Candy considers takeover of Capital & Counties Multimillionaire property developer Nick Candy is considering a takeover bid for Capital and Counties, the FTSE-250 real estate company that owns much of Earl's Court and Covent Garden in London.

Three rushed to hospital following triple stabbing in Peckham Three men have been rushed to hospital following a triple stabbing in Peckham this afternoon. Emergency services were called to Nunhead Lane, in London, at around 4.22pm, with an air ambulance spotted landing in the area. One man was found at a residential address suffering from stab injuries, while two others were found close-by.

Four arrested after triple stabbing in Peckham Four people have been arrested after a triple stabbing in south-east London on Monday. Police were called just before 4.30pm to Nunhead Lane, Peckham. Two males, aged 18 and 23, were found in nearby Banfield Road. A third victim, also 18, was found in Brookstone Court.

Luka Racic: Brentford defender signs four-year contract Brentford's Danish defender Luka Racic has agreed a four-year deal to stay at the club until 2023. The 20-year-old centre-back played in the first four games of the season, but has since been kept out by injury. Racic, who joined Brentford's B team from FC Copenhagen just over a year ago, has also been officially promoted to the senior squad.

Acton Town Tube staff member attacked after challenging man for urinating at station entrance A Tube station staff member was put in a headlock and punched and kicked after challenging a man for urinating at the station entrance. Police today launched an appeal for information following the assault at Acton Town station. Officers released an image containing six men they want to speak to in connection with the assault.

50+ Fab Things To Do In London This Weekend From brunches and cocktails, to gigs and exhibitions, all the way to markets and parks - there's something for everyone on our list of things to do in London this weekend. Location: Olympia, Kensington.

Winifred Wroe obituary While Peter worked at home and abroad and co-wrote two books - Office Economy, and Further Applications of O&M - Winifred kept busy. She designed museum exhibitions and created props for the TV series Doctor Who and for the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden - making armour for the tenor Bruno Prevedi.

FA Cup game abandoned over alleged racist abuse to be replayed Read the latest London stories, FA Cup game abandoned over alleged racist abuse to be replayed on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest London news.

Climber who scaled The Shard given six months custody for breaching court order Read the latest London stories, Climber who scaled The Shard given six months custody for breaching court order on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest London news.

Boy handcuffed by police after phone dies and he can’t pay for Tube A teenager was put in handcuffs and surrounded by officers when his phone died and he couldn't tap out at Oxford Circus. Photos have emerged showing three transport officers grabbing the 18-year-old's arms and arresting him after he tried to get through the ticket barriers on his way to work.

Matt Smith And Claire Foy Are Magnetic In 'Lungs' At The Old Vic Lungs runs at the Old Vic until November 9. Words by Jonathan Lovett. This post was sponsored by Grand Marnier. We recommend starting your evening at the Old Vic with a delicious Grand Marnier cocktail at PENNY. Try The Grand Sidecar: the signature classic cocktail for Grand Marnier.

Bert Hooper obituary My father, Bert Hooper, who has died aged 102, was a self-educated working-class intellectual and a conscientious objector during the second world war. In that conflict, serving in the Non-Combatant Corps, he threw incendiary bombs off the roofs of Liverpool factories and pumped smoke on to Cumbria's beaches at night to deceive German planes.

Gin up! Why sales of the coloured and flavoured spirit are booming From marshmallow to ‘unicorn tears’, consumption of novelty gin are up 750%. But for many bartenders, the choice is wearisome.

Police manhunt after woman raped outside London's Imperial War Museum Police have launched a manhunt after a woman was raped outside London's Imperial War Museum. The victim was attacked at about 3am on Tuesday last week in the Tibetan Peace Garden, which is next to the museum off Lambeth Road in Southwark.

Haringey Borough v Yeovil Town FA Cup tie to be replayed Haringey's FA Cup fourth qualifying round tie with Yeovil, which was abandoned amid reports of racial abuse, is to be replayed on 29 October. Saturday's game was halted when Haringey boss Tom Loizou took his players off the field following reports of racist abuse from Yeovil fans.

Climber who scaled The Shard unaided is detained King-Thompson appeared at the High Court where he admitted being in contempt of court. London Bridge Station was briefly closed when the 20-year-old took 45 minutes to make the free-solo climb - without ropes or protective equipment - at about 05:00 BST.

There's A Pop-Up Cinema In A South London Gin Distillery Cinema is all well and good, but there's nothing like the magic of Ginema, as one London gin distillery opens their doors for a weekend of films.

The best Halloween activities in London that don't involve drinking Here's a guide to spooky activities in London that don't involve alcohol, from ghost tours to horror film screenings.

Alexander Wang Sample Sale - Style - London On The Inside Parisian sample sale experts Arlettie are hosting a mega four-day Alexander Wang sample sale at their new Fitzrovia show space this week. The NYC-based brand is known for redefining everyday luxury thanks to Wang's signature mix of refinement and imperfection.

A studio in London is giving away free tattoos on Sunday South City Market is giving away free sessions in honour of its first birthday with Ricky Williams and his team inking people all day.

American Airlines London flight diverted after 'chemical spillage' Medics were evaluating crew and passengers over a 'spilled cleaning solution', American Airlines said.

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