British Transport Police officers are appealing for information after a man was shoved violently to the floor at London Bridge Station last month.
Sir Michael Caine was one of eight individuals and organisations to be awarded the freedom of the borough of Southwark on Saturday afternoon at the annual civic awards ceremony in St George's Cathedral.
The senior judge at Inner London Crown Court, His Honour Judge Roger Chapple, has pledged to use his new role as Recorder of Southwark to build closer relations with the local community.
Saturday recap: Southwark Civic Awards plus police appeal for information on London Bridge Station incident http://t.co/orNKbZav
@IsobelandCat Agree wholeheartedly!
Just published - Recorder of Southwark pledges to reconnect 'aloof' Inner London Crown Court with local community http://t.co/miDUUcdU
2.5 hours of Southwark Civic Awards ceremony a bit much but lots of deserving recipients
At Southwark Civic Awards where Michael Caine & Johnson Beharry, amongst others, are receiving freedom of the borough
Postcard view of the Festival of Britain site, 1951 http://t.co/3z2ZUUXk
[Forum] Air ambulance lands in Mint Street Park http://t.co/GtXT5DwM
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