Secretary of state for health Jeremy Hunt MP paid a visit to the cancer day unit at Guy's Hospital on Tuesday and he spent time chatting to patients and staff to find out more about their treatment and the services on offer.
King's College London has revealed plans to open a sixth form specialist 'free school' for mathematics in the Waterloo area in September 2014.
Parcels firm TNT claims that plans to redevelop the site of its depot in Page's Walk, Bermondsey, will affect its ability to operate electric delivery vehicles in central London.
Friday recap: KCL plans free school in Waterloo; TNT warns 103 jobs at risk if depot is forced out of Bermondsey http://t.co/nk0pXGfN
Don't forget Father Christmas is coming to SE1 by train tomorrow: http://t.co/mzyO8VVZ
Just published - Health secretary Jeremy Hunt meets patients and staff at Guy's Hospital cancer day unit http://t.co/goYIoPK3
Just published - King's College plans maths sixth form free school in Waterloo http://t.co/Hox2SqFu
Free home-made mulled apple juice and mince pies at the Red Cross Garden Christmas Fayre http://t.co/Kphhyllr
Just published - TNT parcels firm says redevelopment of Bermondsey depot could halt its fleet of electric vans http://t.co/ZGNzRSHX
South London Press in apostrophe shocker http://t.co/8DisdXeU
@LeonClubWS on my way - James
Christmas Fayre at Red Cross Garden this afternoon: http://t.co/Kphhyllr
Shocked to find that NATO sends emails in Comic Sans.
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