Tuesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2015-11-10
@langrabbie Labour cllrs Parr, Dyer and Trepass. Fourth vote for return to cabinet was Tory Nathanson
@langrabbie yes sorry
@BeccyAsher comparison was made by objector to Lambeth parks cuts speaking at scrutiny committee tonight Didn't catch name.
Lambeth scrutiny committee votes 5-4 not to refer #culture2020 library and parks cuts back to cabinet
Lambeth culture boss Mike Kerridge suggests that #culture2020 library plans could be reworked by January
#culture2020 "People are not going to give up and go away" says Lambeth libraries campaigner Laura Swaffield
Lambeth #culture2020 should be called "No Culture by 2020" report - Cllr Tim Briggs
#culture2020 Tory leader applauded by public gallery for calling plan to put gyms in Lambeth libraries "daft" and a "complete mess"
#culture2020 "Underinvestment and poor management becomes an excuse for a nuclear option" - Lambeth Tory leader Tim Briggs
Lambeth Tory leader Tim Briggs insists the borough does have the money to retain its library service in full
#culture2020 item about to start at Lambeth scrutiny meeting. Will Waterloo Library get a mention tonight?
Locals are invited to join @boroughmarket traders, trustees and staff to observe Armistice Day at 10.50am Wednesday.
Plans for a new 3am late-night bar in the railway arches on Burrell Street (next to the sexual health clinic)
benkind Have met wth Council officers to discuss disappointing end to Hatfields Green renewal & suggest plan to address badly done landscaping
Boris Johnson update on North-South cycle superhighway pic.twitter.com/RHlkqnmXhU
Boris Johnson on cycle superhighway: "Already congestion levels along St George’s Road have greatly eased since work finished"
@CllrBGentry Yep, that too. Westminster Tower + Leake Street both on our radar.
Tonight we'll be reporting from Lambeth #culture2020 scrutiny meeting (Waterloo Library closure etc)
Christmas market being assembled in South Bank pic.twitter.com/f0mK2WZIr6
174 staff took voluntary redundancy from Southwark Council this summer.
The Complications of History - lecture tonight by Stephen Humphrey london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/…
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