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Friday 12 November 2004

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News & features published on 12 November 2004
David Morley attack caught on camera

Mayor of London Ken Livingstone has claimed that photographs were taken on a mobile phone as a gang attacked David Morley on the South Bank a fortnight ago.

IN PICTURES: Millions of poppy petals dropped over Thames

Three million poppy petals - symbolising the dead of the two World Wars and all the conflicts since then - were dropped onto the Thames from two original World War II aircraft on Thursday.

Stars gather in Tooley Street for Unicorn appeal

Bill Nighy, Roger Lloyd Pack and Imelda Staunton were among the leading actors who gathered in Tooley Street on Friday to launch an appeal to raise the final 1.6 million for the new Unicorn Theatre for children.

Shakespeare's Globe reveals 2005 season

The 2005 season at the Globe - Mark Rylance's last as artistic director - celebrates the influence of classical Greece on Shakespeare's works

Sainsbury's sells 10 Blackfriars Road

Sainsbury's has this week exchanged a conditional contract for the sale of its Ten Blackfriars Road site on Stamford Street to the Beetham Organization for 48 million.

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