TV presenter Dawn Porter and actor Chris O'Dowd have hired a team of 'pet detectives' to search for Lilu, their missing siamese cat.
Hundreds of people joined a queue which snaked more than 150 metres up Borough High Street on Wednesday morning as free tickets to visit the Shard were made available to Southwark residents.
@MayorWatch Thanks - v useful
@GuidedbyIsobel Only ever heard good things about it
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Someone's already selling their Southwark residents' free Shard tickets on eBay: http://t.co/ZU0YEi3Y
RT @howardswains: Canterbury Tales 2012 version includes Barista's Tale, Sandwich Maker's Tale and the Wife of the Betting Shop Owner's tale
New Subway branch means Borough High Street will soon have two Prets, two Starbucks and two Subways.
The former New City Gallery art shop in Borough High Street is going to be a branch of Subway
RT @lb_southwark: Demand for Shard tickets from Southwark libraries is very high this morning. Please be patient and respect our staff.
Southwark libraries which are closed today (eg East Street Library on Old Kent Road) will distribute their Shard ticket allocation tomorrow.
At 9am the queue for Shard tickets in Borough High Street was 150 metres long - almost half the height of the Shard
@zefrog yep. Get there early
Queue for free Shard tickets stretches from John Harvard Library all the way to Newcomen Street http://t.co/GzGxwRrs
Reminder: free Shard tickets for Southwark residents available from 9am at John Harvard Library in Borough High St http://t.co/wOitAVks
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