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More than 10 firefighters are battled a fire at an abandoned library in south west London.
The fire broke out at the building in Hampton Road West, Feltham just before 7.40am this morning.
A third of the building is alight.
Firefighters remain on scene and local road closures are in place.
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Police are appealing for help fiding a 14-year-old boy who has gone missing from west London.
The boy went missing from his home in Feltham in Hounslow.
Anyone who sees him should call police on 101 quoting reference 15MIS031869.
Two London prisons are facing staffing shortages this Christmas.
Extra officers are having to be sent to HMP Feltham and HMP Wormwood Scrubs over the festive period to make up the shortfall.
In total more than 230 prison officers are being deployed to seven prisons across the country in what campaigners have called a 'major crisis' for the service.
Police have arrested a sixth person in connection with the murder of 18 year old Jamil Palmer.
The 16 year old was being held by police in Reading last night on suspicion of murder.
Three other teenagers have already been charged with murder.
A 15 year old boy has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of Jamil Palmer. This is the third arrest police have made in this case. Previously an 18 year old man and a 16 year old boy and were arrested and have both been bailed pending further enquires.
The mother of Jamil Palmer, the 18-year-old who was stabbed to death in a street in Feltham, has asked potential witnesses to come forward and forget their "street code".
Jamil's mother said:
Do the right thing in Jamil's memory. Forget your street code, it is not grassing and it is not cool. Just tell the police what happened and who was involved.
I've lost my son. The hurt that has been caused is unimaginable.
All I ask is that you trust the police and come forward. How would you feel if this happened to your love one?
You have all shown great love, with the flowers and gifts left at the bench, please don't let him down, you were all there with him through life, be there through death, stand by him, your mate, help him rest in peace.
Police have confirmed the body found near a nature reserve in Feltham is that of 18-year-old Jamil Palmer.