Prime minister David Cameron visited the Brigade Bar and Bistro in Tooley Street on Wednesday morning as part of the launch of the new Big Society Capital
A 29-year-old man has been jailed for two years for his involvement in the sale of stolen bicycles online.
Passenger numbers at Waterloo Station increased by more than 6 per cent last year, cementing the terminus's status as Britain's busiest rail station.
A man is in hospital in a critical condition after he was stabbed in the neck with a glass bottle at a party - hosted by the firm which makes Blackbery smartphones - in the Pulse nightclub near Blackfriars Bridge.
Wednesday recap: Man critical after Pulse stabbing; Carluccio's opening at Waterloo; David Cameron in Tooley Street http://t.co/J2gPCFkV
So now that's a backlog of three important (and complicated) local planning decisions to write up.
Borough & Bankside councillors are grappling with the implications of the new #NPPF when it comes to the listed Park Street terrace
Officers are recommending that the scheme be refused. Tenants of the charity also opposing the scheme
At @abilitymedialcd where community council is considering plans by United St Saviour's Charity to extend its Park Street terrace
Just published - Stolen bike racket foiled after Borough High Street theft http://t.co/2aRj3iho
City Police car just raced over the bridge and stopped a car on Blackfriars Road
Just published - Man injured at Blackberry party in Pulse nightclub at Blackfriars http://t.co/IQxUsVUr
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