News Headlines - 06 December 2015

Leytonstone Tube station stabbing a 'terrorist incident' - BBC News

A stabbing at a Tube station in east London is being treated as a "terrorist incident", the Met Police has said.
Police were called to reports of people being attacked at Leytonstone around 19:00 GMT on Saturday. The knifeman reportedly shouted "this is for Syria".

London by night - FT.com

The capital’s ambitions to be a 24-hour city are running behind schedule. Ludovic Hunter-Tilney attempts a night on the town

End the Gun Epidemic in America - The New York Times

It is a moral outrage and national disgrace that civilians can legally purchase weapons designed to kill people with brutal speed and efficiency.

‘Based on a true story’: the fine line between fact and fiction | The Guardian

From Kapuscinski to Knausgaard, from Mantel to Macfarlane, more and more writers are challenging the border between fiction and nonfiction. Here Geoff Dyer – longtime master of the space between, in books such as But Beautiful and Out of Sheer Rage – argues that there is no single path to ‘truth’ while, below, writers on both sides of the divide share their thoughts…

BBC Sport - Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho admits doubts over top-four spot

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho admitted his team might not be able to qualify for next season's Champions League after losing 1-0 at home to Bournemouth.
An eighth defeat in 15 Premier League games means the champions are 14 points behind fourth-placed Manchester United.








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