In June’s edition of SWL, we reveal a huge surge in domestic abuse in Croydon, as well as a police probe into a Wandsworth care home.
You can also read a feature on the rise of IVF and whether it is an addiction or maternal instinct, and there is also an interview with an England superfan who has travelled the globe — but won’t be in Russia.
We also have the inside story of the fight to allow Billy Caldwell to use cannabis oil, and speak to one particularly memorable Wimbledon ball boy.
For nine pages featuring the latest news and reaction from across the area, click below now.
- 65South West Londoner: first for all your online news, reviews, features and sport from across Wandsworth, Merton, Richmond, Croydon, Kingston, Kensington & Chelsea, Sutton and Lambeth. Our dedicated team of reporters aim to provide the most in-depth breaking news as it happens, and with our offices based in Wimbledon, we…
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- 51Summary:All the news and reaction from counts across south-west LondonImage:Our reporters have been at counts across south-west London as councils changed hands on a dramatic night in the capital. See the stories indexed below as they are filed. EUROPEAN ELECTIONS Labour doubles its MEPs but UKIP success limited and Lib…