A London Assembly debate on the safety of cycling in the capital - just days after the death of Ellie Carey half a mile from City Hall - was cancelled when Conservative members staged a walkout and left the meeting inquorate.
Wednesday recap: Tory walkout prevents City Hall discussion of Tower Bridge Road cycle safety motion http://t.co/iMWLOxpC
New Boots store opens in Waterloo Station http://t.co/jOpL1BtW
RT @bakerlooline: part suspended with no service between Lambeth North and Elephant & Castle due to a signal failure at Elephant & Castle.
RT @Teddington_Town: currently queues to get IN to Waterloo station! Not looking good.
Just in from @metpoliceuk: post-mortem re death of cyclist Ellie Carey in Bermondsey last Friday gave cause of death as severe head injury.
They are also handing out Oyster card holders at Waterloo to promote the new East Village in the Olympic Park
Carol singers at Waterloo tube station raising money for Anthony Nolan Trust
RT @lmgaccountants: We are new to SE1 - does anyone know a local company who can print laminate signs and fit?
Aladdin - family pantomime in Bermondsey http://t.co/N3a0GeJ4
From tomorrow Brazilian-style hot dogs will be available 7 days a week upstairs in the shop at 197 Long Lane (via @nanoshotdog)
Shame that Unicorn Passage (name predates @Unicorn_Theatre) has been renamed Fire Station Square - not a square and a less interesting name
The Garrison in Bermondsey Street is now on Twitter: @TheGarrisonSE1
We do get some strange calls. Someone just rang up hoping to speak to London Weekend Television #timewarp
Looks like cycle safety in Tower Bridge Road won't be debated at @LondonAssembly as Tories have walked out again making meeting inquorate
Anyone else found that the @LondonAssembly webcast has stopped working?
If you've tried to email re Steve Hollingshead's 2012 calendar but it bounced back, we've now corrected the address: http://t.co/ZO5dyqlb
@popcultlover Thanks; yes
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