Mayor of London Boris Johnson posed for photographs with his street party ambassador Barbara Windsor outside City Hall on Tuesday afternoon to promote the Big Lunch.
HMS Edinburgh - the last of the Royal Navy's type 42 destroyers - passed through Tower Bridge on Tuesday afternoon as she arrived in London for events to mark the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson visited the Old Kent Road Mosque on Friday.
Tuesday recap: Boris visits local mosque + HMS Edinburgh in Pool of London + Barbara Windsor promotes Big Lunch http://t.co/0ZOYZtiIoH
Developer of new homes at corner of Blackfriars Road & Ufford Street says their ground floor retail unit would be "ideal for a Waitrose".
Bach to Baby - classical concert for babies and toddlers tomorrow morning http://t.co/qrT7ch75oI
The developers of @NeoBankside next to the Tate want to build some of their off-site affordable homes on a derelict site in Long Lane
Reminder: public meeting re closure of Southwark Fire Station tonight 7pm at Queensborough Community Centre http://t.co/ilBxArrgox
@Phil_Jonez It’s not the Shard in that picture - it’s the Cheesegrater - a completely different tower.
Just published - HMS Edinburgh makes final London visit for Battle of Atlantic commemorations http://t.co/VkpIjmWJYH
Boris tells OKR mosque members: my Muslim great grandfather would be "absolutely astonished" that I'm Mayor of London http://t.co/R3NRpOO55E
Just published - Boris Johnson visits Old Kent Road Mosque http://t.co/aydzBLBbJP
[Forum] Old Mayfair Carpets in Borough High Street - squatted http://t.co/ebI99tduzz
Elsey and Bent are back up and running at Borough Market http://t.co/jk1ihnurYO
Tower Bridge is due to lift at 1.50pm for HMS Edinburgh
Today is the 10th anniversary of the first community council meetings in Borough, Bankside and Walworth http://t.co/l7e7u60gRh
Tonight - Public Meeting re Proposed Closure of Southwark Fire Station http://t.co/ilBxArrgox
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