Monday 24 October 2005

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News & features published on 24 October 2005


Save the Routemaster protest at City Hall

MPs Simon Hughes and Kate Hoey have lent their support to the campaign to keep the Routemaster bus on London's streets and joined a demonstration outside City Hall.


24 hour licence for Ministry of Sound

World-famous Gaunt Street club Ministry of Sound has been granted a 24-hour alcohol licence by Southwark Council.


Long-awaited Roast opens in Borough Market

Roast, the restaurant occupying the top floor of Borough Market's Floral Hall, has now opened promising to serve the best British food from fresh ingredients purchased in the market.


IN PICTURES: October Plenty on Bankside

Crowds once again thronged Bankside and Borough Market on Sunday for the Lions part's annual harvest celebration. This is how local photographer Peter Simmonds recorded the event:


Jerwood Space roof mystery

Is the Jerwood Space's flat roof and cut-off staircases the result of an aircraft taking off part of the second floor just after the end of the war?


Robert Brownjohn at the Design Museum

Many of the most memorable images of the Sixties are on show as part of the Design Museum's Robert Brownjohn restrospective.


Jeff Wall at Tate Modern

The first picture confronting the visitor to Jeff Wall's show at Tate Modern is a vivid chaotic scene called The Destroyed Room.


Identity at the Fashion and Textile Museum

The Fashion and Textile Museum commemorates i-D magazine's 25th anniversary with an appeal to the five senses.

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