A device that measures ultraviolet radiation levels in the centre of London has been installed on the roof of St Thomas' Hospital.
The international cast of West Side Story has arrived in London for the show's run at Sadler's Wells and some of the members of the two rival gang - The Jets and The Sharks - headed to Leake Street to recreate some of the show's famous moves.
A one-bedroom flat in Snowsfields which was being used as a brothel, has recently been shut down by housing association Guinness South working with local police officers.
Tuesday recap: se1.info/15zZyrh
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Just published - London Bridge brothel shut down by housing association goo.gl/fb/9J0jB
Ministry of Sound gave Â£15,000 to Bermondsey & Old Southwark Lib Dems on 30 June: http://t.co/3rfwnVbSXQ
Local History Walk Around the Borough se1.info/14GNRDb
@beaulieuonnp Yes - Waterloo Foodbank at Lambeth North
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