Mayor of London Boris Johnson declared ‘ethical capitalism’ alive and well at the opening of a social enterprise business support centre in Tooley Street on Tuesday.
Southwark Cathedral and Charles Dickens Primary School led the local celebrations of the bicentenary of the birth of Charles Dickens with a range of events.
Stunning photos from the top of King's Reach Tower http://t.co/PvgGecQF
Tate Modern is inviting SE1 locals to take part in (free) workshops with Tino Sehgal, the next Turbine Hall artist http://t.co/VCqmLWLp
[Forum] Motorbike theft in Morocco Street yesterday http://t.co/kDTtfwEK
[Reader offer] Stretch into Spring with Creative Hatha Yoga http://t.co/ScwL0AM8
Today's Sun has a picture of a horse-drawn bus in Borough High Street http://t.co/g7hhARj2
RT @cahalmilmo: Simon Hughes settles for Â£45k. His phone was hacked for four years 2002-2006. Glenn Mulcaire's notes on him covered 19 pages
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