Detectives investigating the disappearance of Metropolitan Police officer PC Gordon Semple have released CCTV pictures showing him in the Bankside area last Friday afternoon.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has unveiled a statue of his former deputy, Sir Simon Milton, overlooking City Hall.
The developers behind an audacious proposal to build a 30-storey tower modelled on a Russian space rocket have lodged an appeal against Southwark Council's decision to veto the scheme.
Wednesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2016-04-06
Just published - CCTV images show missing Met policeman in Bankside on Friday goo.gl/fb/ZdRcLL
Did you see missing policeman around The Shard / London Bridge / Bankside on Friday lunchtime? Urgent police appeal: london-se1.co.uk/news/view/8730
Inquiry to be held into Riley's Russian rocket tower for Southwark Street
"joke is likely to wear thin" says GLA
Just published - Boris Johnson unveils Sir Simon Milton statue at One Tower Bridge, overlooking City Hall goo.gl/fb/opohGc
@NickTheGreek81 People who knew him - even political enemies - say very warm things about him. But # of memorials is extraordinary.
He must be the most memorialised public figure since Prince Albert. Does Princess Diana have so many memorials?
TfLTrafficNews All lanes are now OPEN on Elephant And Castle following an earlier collision. Traffic is back to normal for the time of day..
TfLTrafficNews A23 Westminster Bridge Road SE1 - Slow moving traffic westbound due to a demonstration heading towards Parliament.
Just published - Russian space rocket 'folly' in Southwark Street: developers appeal against council decision goo.gl/fb/JfqBB5
Tabby cat found in Tiverton Street: nationalpetregister.org/fp/72759.htm
TfLTrafficNews A3 Elephant And Castle btwn Elephant And Castle Rbt and Newington Butts - Lane three (of three) is currently blocked due to a collision.
Food hygiene rated 'poor' at Tai Tip Mein noodle bar, Elephant & Castle: https://t.co/o9Z6aifFw2
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