• Mon - Sun 24 Hours
  • 019 0896 6088 No Call Out Charge
  • Follow Us

Category: plumbers

WSL Highlights: Arsenal Women 1-4 Chelsea Women Sam Kerr grabbed her first Chelsea goal as the Blues scored three times in ten first-half minutes on the way to routing reigning Women’s Super League champions Arsenal. Kerr headed in Chelsea’s second goal from a far-post centre by Guro Reiten three minutes after Beth England’s sumptuous curled […]

Read more

A Range Rover was driven through the front window of a jewellery shop during a smash-and-grab robbery. Three people targeted the shop in Uxbridge Road in Shepherds Bush, west London, on 25 October – with the robbery captured on CCTV. The group broke the glass display cases with a sledgehammer and hammer to steal items […]

Read more

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThames Valley Police said no-one was believed to be injured Emergency crews are clearing up damage ranging from roofs being blown off to fallen trees after strong winds battered parts of England. The high street of Slough, Berkshire, remains closed after a large section of a roof […]

Read more

Image copyright Google Image caption The inmate, in his 40s, was found with his throat slashed at HMP Thameside A prisoner who died inside a privately-run jail may have cut his own throat, the Met Police said. The inmate, in his 40s, died after his throat was slashed at HMP Thameside in Greenwich, south-east London, […]

Read more

Ayew has scored three goals against Arsenal – only against West Ham has he scored more (four) Jordan Ayew’s deflected equaliser earned Crystal Palace a point at home against Arsenal, who had goalscorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sent off by the video assistant referee (VAR). Captain Aubameyang had put his side ahead with a well-worked team goal […]

Read more

Neil Golding is a lawyer at at London-based Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Saracens have named lawyer Neil Golding as their new chairman as they look to recover from the salary cap scandal. The club were deducted 35 points and fined £5.36m after an inquiry into business dealings between ex-chairman Nigel Wray and some Sarries players. Wray […]

Read more

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionOne third of the roof of Koko in Camden was on fire at one point, the London Fire Brigade says One of London’s most famous music venues has been badly damaged in an overnight blaze. The dome on the roof of Koko in Camden has been destroyed […]

Read more

Image copyright PA Media Ethical veganism is a “philosophical belief” and so is protected in law, a tribunal has ruled for the first time. The case was brought by vegan Jordi Casamitjana, who claims he was sacked by the League Against Cruel Sports because of his ethical veganism. His former employer says he was dismissed […]

Read more

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWatch how London celebrated the start of 2020 Revellers across the UK have rung in the start of a new decade, with fireworks displays in London, Edinburgh and other major cities. In London, some 12,000 fireworks lit up the capital’s skyline. The UK’s “biggest street party” had […]

Read more
Call Now Button