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News & features published on 5 July 2017
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Sadiq Khan formally revokes Boris's Garden Bridge decisions

City Hall says that the taxpayer could lose 46.4 million if the Garden Bridge is not built, as Sadiq Khan formally revokes the decision by his predecessor Boris Johnson to underwrite the bridge's future maintenance costs.

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The Sunbathers: Festival of Britain sculpture back on South Bank

A sculpture displayed at Waterloo Underground Station during the Festival of Britain in 1951 has returned to the South Bank this summer after a crowdfunding appeal by Historic England to raise funds for its restoration.

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Police seek Coronet licence review after '250 rushed front door'

The Metropolitan Police has applied to have the licence of The Coronet at the Elephant & Castle reviewed by Southwark councillors "on the basis that the premises is associated with serious disorder".

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50 years on, steam-hauled Bournemouth Belle back at Waterloo

Half a century after the last regular steam-hauled Bournemouth Belle luxury train left Waterloo Station, the scene was recreated for a 450-a-head railtour.

Tweets on 5 July 2017

MrAndyPowell Can we do something like this in @se1 please, @TfL @BetterBankside @MayorofLondon? bbc.co.uk/news/world-aus…

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 10:39 PM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

notjustpensions Beautiful evening sky on a warm (hot) day @se1 pic.twitter.com/zqNvViRDY3

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 9:41 PM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

The crew of @ClanLine28 at Waterloo after their 50th anniversary recreation of the Bournemouth Belle pic.twitter.com/S3fYa8JHpS

via Twitter for iPhone

se1 A little bit of Festival of Britain history returns to SE1. Hear @southbankcentre’s Shan Maclennan twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

via Twitter for Mac (retweeted on 9:03 PM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

se1 Just published - The Coronet at Elephant & Castle: police seek licence review after '250 rushed the front door' dlvr.it/PSM3KW

via dlvr.it (retweeted on 8:01 PM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

@CorrineEdwards @slidingndiving If it's only there for a few weeks no permission needed (=event not construction).… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

via Twitter for iPhone in reply to CorrineEdwards

tomcopley I welcome this. Now, can we surcharge Boris Johnson for the £46 million the taxpayer stands to lose please? dlvr.it/PSNLhY

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 5:08 PM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

Mikros_Nautilos Speeding black van in being pursued by now, at least two passengers.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 3:39 PM, Jul 5th, 2017 via TweetDeck)

“Nobody knows anyone who lives south of the river” gu.com/p/6md8v/stw

via TweetDeck

Shard apartments still empty, five years on theguardian.com/business/2017/…

via TweetDeck

Just published - Sadiq Khan formally revokes Boris's decisions; £46m of public funds could be lost dlvr.it/PSNLhY

via dlvr.it

Marshrail @se1 More from 50 years ago at Waterloo and Vauxhall. These kids may now be pensioners and still enthralled by stea… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 1:07 PM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

A little bit of Festival of Britain history returns to SE1. Hear @southbankcentre’s Shan Maclennan twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

via Twitter for Mac

Just published - The Sunbathers: Festival of Britain sculpture back on South Bank # dlvr.it/PSMPT4

via dlvr.it

KingsCompass A beautiful day for graduation at Southwark Cathedral🌞Congratulations to all medical students! pic.twitter.com/zV805ekDlX

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 12:12 PM, Jul 5th, 2017 via TweetDeck)

Just published - The Coronet at Elephant & Castle: police seek licence review after '250 rushed the front door' dlvr.it/PSM3KW

via dlvr.it

bakerlooline No service between Piccadilly Circus and Elephant & Castle due to a signal failure. To re-plan bit.ly/1NTJmr8

via Engagor (retweeted on 11:54 AM, Jul 5th, 2017 via TweetDeck)

Just published - 50 years on, steam-hauled Bournemouth Belle back at Waterloo dlvr.it/PSLmSb

via dlvr.it

Towers for £25-a-go zip wire in Archbishop’s Park. Planning application still awaiting decision.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

via Twitter for iPhone

PMsportsupdate A great sight passing Vauxhall a few minutes ago. 50 years since the Bournemouth Belle last ran. Incredible. pic.twitter.com/aeNuuGOf2y

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 10:26 AM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

Bournemouth Belle @belmond Pullman hauled by @ClanLine28 passes through Vauxhall Station pic.twitter.com/pDnYVsaxyh

via Twitter for iPhone

Marshrail 50 years ago at Nine Elms and Waterloo - the dying hours of SR steam. Note my shirt which was orange and gold refle… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 9:50 AM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

SymmetriGal Steam train at Waterloo! pic.twitter.com/GjOFeizPu2

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 9:50 AM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

Major signal problems at Waterloo Station - many delays and cancellations

via Twitter for iPhone

The Bournemouth Belle - @ClanLine28 prepares to leave Waterloo pic.twitter.com/yDJOJNLQNc

via Twitter for iPhone

TrisShearing Friend left a DSLR camera with precious photos on a London Bridge - Beckenham train on Monday, anyone see it? Reward offered.@se1 @E_Dulwich

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 7:16 AM, Jul 5th, 2017 via Twitter for iPhone)

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