More road users are injured at the Elephant & Castle's northern roundabout than at any other location in London, according to statistics obtained by campaign group Southwark Living Streets.
Transport for London says that it will remove a pelican crossing in Blackfriars Road because of "very low demand".
Bound is a voyage into the heart of a dying industry, told through the souls of proud men.
The South Bank's Queen Elizabeth Hall and Hayward Gallery have been included on a 'watch list' of endangered buildings published by the World Monuments Fund.
Thursday recap: Elephant & Castle, Blackfriars Road and Queen Elizabeth Hall all in the news today http://t.co/dixUgb1m
Rihanna catches Jubilee line from London Bridge http://t.co/jVqpYc0I
Just published - Blackfriars Road pelican crossing to be removed due to 'lack of demand' http://t.co/CnYHYmrG
Just published - Queen Elizabeth Hall and Hayward Gallery on international list of 'endangered' buildings http://t.co/aSaL8kPy
Lunchtime harvest thanksgiving service with the Portcullis Singers at Christ Church, Blackfriars Road http://t.co/u09ilOfZ
RT @greg0ryt: anyone want a pair of free standing full size basketball hoops to collect today London Bridge?
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust doubles its RBS revolving credit facility from £30 million to £60 million http://t.co/Zryfv3ey
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