A powerful new short film inspired by a gang which once roamed Waterloo's Cardboad City will receive its premiere at the BAFTA cinema in Piccadilly on 5 April.
Lambeth Council leader Lib Peck has written to Eric Pickles urging him to reject calls for a public inquiry into plans for the redevelopment of Elizabeth House next to Waterloo Station.
A man who sexually assaulted two women has been banned from the London Underground network for five years.
Monday recap: http://t.co/cwm62HlrYC
Just published - Waterloo's 'Cardboard City' featured in new short film http://t.co/AK5lPrbv3x
Lambeth Council has approved plans for a new @BarclaysCycle docking station next to Archbishop's Park on Lambeth Palace Road
The new Black & Blue restaurant opposite Waterloo Station is now open: http://t.co/ynZ4pmzIqt
Just published - Man banned from Tube for sex assault on London Bridge train http://t.co/gB63TwzPON
Police are concerned for the welfare of a 14-year-old boy who has been missing from Borough for four months: http://t.co/U2LGmqzMsk
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