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London News – Thursday 21st February


King’s Cross Misery

East Coast mainline disruption out of King’s Cross continues today, following a cable failure on Tuesday.

There are delays of up to 30 minutes between King’s Cross and Peterborough after power lines came down in the St Neot’s area.

First Capital Connect and Grand Central services are also affected.

Network Rail advises all passengers to check before you travel.

Peter Hagan charge

A man has been charged with the murder of sixteen year-old Peter Hagan.

Hagan was stabbed at a house party early on Sunday morning.

Romell Martin, 21, will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today.

Miracle Hour under fire








Charities have scrutinised an episode of the Miracle Hour show on Faith World TV after it made viewers believe that prayer could cure them of life-threatening diseases.

It comes after a diabetic caller was told he would be ‘set free’ from the disease if he put his hand on his leg and said ‘I cause diabetes to die in your body’.

The UK World Evangelical Trust (UKWET), which produces the show, is said to be reviewing its ‘new programmes’.




Crocodile seen in the Thames

A crocodile has been spotted in the River Thames near Reading.

Wildlife experts say that it’s unlikely the animal will survive in British waters.

It’s not been a quiet for the animal kingdom in London, though.

A porpoise was spotted in the Thames near Putney earlier this week.


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