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News & features published on 17 December 2008
What made the Millennium Bridge so wobbly?

Eight years after the Millennium Bridge's infamous wobble caused it to be closed to the public on its opening day, a new study finally explains what happened by looking at how humans stay balanced while walking.

Boris Johnson serves up dinner at St Mungo's Rushworth Street hostel

Mayor of London Boris Johnson visited St Mungo's emergency night shelter in Rushworth Street on Monday evening to back up his pledge to end rough sleeping by 2012.

Potters Fields cultural user shortlist revealed

The British Empire and Commonwealth Museum, a sports museum and artistic collective Shunt are among the shortlisted bidders for the proposed cultural space in the One Tower Bridge development at Potters Fields.

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