A police officer has been found guilty of gross misconduct after pushing a teenage boy against a wall and kneeing him in the stomach at an SE1 secondary school.
Three members of the London Assembly transport committee took to two wheels on Friday for a tour of Cycle Superhighways and Quietways in Southwark, the Square Mile and Lambeth as part of an investigation into infrastructure for cyclists in the capital.
Just published - 'Gross misconduct': policeman given final warning after scuffle with teenager at SE1 secondary schâ€¦ twitter.com/i/web/status/9â€¦
The new reduced service on bus route RV1 comes into effect tomorrow (every 20 mins instead of every 10 or 12 mins).â€¦ twitter.com/i/web/status/9â€¦
Government holding 'nuclear showcase' at Hilton Bankside hotel twitter.com/InvestWales/stâ€¦
Irate commuter demands blind man move guide dog to let him pass on escalator at London Bridge standard.co.uk/news/uk/irate-â€¦
Chief Coroner to outline London Bridge and Borough Market terror inquests home.bt.com/news/uk-news/câ€¦
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