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Tuesday 19 February 2013

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News & features published on 19 February 2013
Rough sleepers warned to keep away from Tyers Estate bin sheds

Rough sleepers have been ejected from bin sheds on the Tyers Estate in Bermondsey by officers from Grange ward's safer neighbourhoods team.

Tweets on 19 February 2013

Just published - Rough sleepers warned to keep away from Tyers Estate bin sheds

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Vauxhall Bridge and The Thames

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Vauxhall view over Lambeth and Southwark

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YASP (Yet Another Shard Pic)

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Obituary: Sir Montague Levine - colourful former Southwark coroner via @Telegraph

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Some really cute lambs and other farm animals down by the Royal Festival Hall this week

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You've heard of the London Eye, but what about the London Ear? @londonearfestiv

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RT @ValShawcross: Tower Bridge and City Hall in the morning mist

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Fixing our banks: What to fix and by whom? conference at @LSBU on 4 March

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RT @tasukidaisuki: View from London Bridge across the Thames this morning. Very foggy

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RT @TomRuck: Fog! The view from London Bridge at 06:50 this morning.

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RT @Daily_Express: It's a foggy morning when u can't see Tower Bridge from London Bridge. Still beautiful though!

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February at a glance
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