The EU referendum campaign burst into life on the River Thames on Wednesday morning when a 'Fishing for Leave' flotilla of fishing vessels arrived at Tower Bridge.
Direct trains from Blackfriars to Greenwich likely to be part of rejig to previously agreed Thameslink 2018 plans: railforums.co.uk/showthread.php…
Five hotels rooms next to Waterloo Station could be yours for £2m (pic's a bit misleading tho): rightmove.co.uk/commercial-pro…
What the new full-size Sainsbury's in New Kent Road / Elephant Road will look like pic.twitter.com/fneg5wCyQo
Gail's Bakery is opening a branch at One Tower Bridge
The new water feature has been installed outside One the Elephant. pic.twitter.com/7OMCLGnkWW
The hoardings have come down at St Gabriel Walk, next to the Castle leisure centre pic.twitter.com/SXUIK2VyW1
What it's like to eat in the naked restaurant opposite the mosque in Harper Road: edition.cnn.com/2016/06/15/foo…
@urbanshepherd yes. Next to the Lend Lease sales office.
It had to happen eventually. Pret a Manger opening opposite Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre. pic.twitter.com/HZUlfLO9PI
MPSSouthwark Appealing for witnesses for an incident involving mopeds in Tooley Street @ 1815hrs on 14/06/2016. Call 101 quote cad 7391/14jun16
Just published - Brexit battle on the Thames as leave and remain boats clash goo.gl/fb/ph8BO9
TfL handing out survey flyers to cyclists at Elephant & Castle this morning to collect views on new road layout
Some bemused German businessmen walking across London Bridge have paused to look in bafflement at the Brexit flotilla.
London Bridge lined with camera crews to capture Farage and the fishing flotilla pic.twitter.com/rPPB1tiOWR
Powerboat with anti-Brexit flag buzzing around the Farage fishing boat armada pic.twitter.com/pbfNtMBBIN
liquid_highway1 Tower Bridge will lift twice today for half hour 10-1030 and 1300-1330 for fishing vessels
Dramatic sky as Nigel Farage and a Brexit flotilla of fishing boats arrives at Tower Bridge pic.twitter.com/6oi43kl9sS
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