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THE DEMOLITION of a listed building to make way for a new square to serve a Crossrail station has been described as an act of “pure vandalism” by a councillor.

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BREAKING SPORT

PALACE chief Steve Parish has admitted that the January transfer window will be a challenge - because of the quality already within Neil Warnock's squad.

The co-chairman will be pulling out all the stops to boost the Eagles' selection options for the second leg of the Premier r League campaign.

And Palace are also set to free up a loan slot when Kevin Doyle's deal ends. They only signed the Wolves striker on a short-term stay.

"We are looking to bring in one or two targets but you have got to find a club willing to sell," said Parish.

"Not every player is available. I know fans think every player is available - but they are not.

"There are a couple of areas we are looking to strengthen. But we are now at a point where we have got a good squad and we have got to bring in people that are definitely, definitely, definitely going to complement us.

"We've got some really established Premier League players - they've either played there be... read on

NEIL Etheridge has only played 17 matches during his spell in English football - but he still gets mobbed on the streets.

But that is in Mani... read on
VINCE Hilaire has admitted that Yannick Bolasie is vital to Crystal Palace's prospects this season.

And the former Eagles showman also believ... read on
PALACE chief Steve Parish has admitted that the January transfer window will be a challenge - because of the quality already within Neil Warnock's squ... read on
MILLWALL manager Ian Holloway has paid tribute to his chairman John Berylon, who has celebrated eight years at the helm of the club.
The American... read on

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