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Sunday 6 February 2011

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News & features published on 6 February 2011
Rolls-Royce celebrates 'Flying Lady' centenary with London cavalcade

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars celebrated the centenary of the 'Spirit of Ecstasy' or 'Flying Lady' which adorns the front of each and every Rolls-Royce vehicle - with a procession of cars through London on Sunday morning.

Tweets on 6 February 2011

Sunday recap: today's news, tweets and discussions at a glance

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The Role of Electricity in the Morphology of the Universe - free talk by artist Paul Malone

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Parkour around Waterloo and Elephant & Castle

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King's College annual Greek Play - Euripides' Helen - is at the Greenwood Theatre this week

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RT @eyespymp: Simon Hughes' Big Yellow Taxi parked in Bermondsey. Looks like he's pranged it. -

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Tickets still available for Valentine's Day at Tower Bridge

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Just published - Rolls-Royce celebrates 'Flying Lady' centenary with London cavalcade - pics & video

via Google

Real Food Market continues till 6pm

via bitly

Video: “No to Bike Parking Tax” motorcycle demo on Westminster Bridge this morning

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The old Slug and Lettuce in Stamford Street is now called's

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Someone is selling @libdemsimon's autograph on eBay for 99p

via Reeder

Motorbike protest has crossed Westminster Bridge now heading for Waterloo Bridge via @thelondoneye

via Twitter for iPhone

Rolls-Royce Grand Procession at Westminter Bridge

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11am - Old Southwark in the Blitz

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