There were three empty chairs in the chamber of City Hall on Monday as trustees of the charity behind the failed Garden Bridge refused to submit to face-to-face scrutiny by members of the London Assembly.
Staff and parents from Coin Street Children's Centre travelled to Lambeth Town Hall on Monday to watch the borough's cabinet agree to withdraw the £124,000 annual funding the service currently receives.
Tuesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2019-04-16
Fit-out contractors at Shell Centre development being encouraged to smoke in Jubilee Gardens pic.twitter.com/eEnW05dRpA
‚Äú... behind closed doors there is an acknowledgement that full merger between King‚Äôs College Hospital and its rival‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
Urban explorers publish photos taken from Hayward Gallery rooftop in June 2016 28dayslater.co.uk/threads/haywar‚Ä¶
Every few minutes the police carry another protester off Waterloo Bridge. pic.twitter.com/7dK0F8BdSq
Met says that 117 people were arrested on Waterloo Bridge last night and in the early hours of this morning re‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
There were three empty chairs in the chamber of City Hall on Monday as trustees of the charity behind the failed‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
As part of last week‚Äôs International Anti-Street Harassment Week, Farah Benis partnered with Lambeth Youth Council‚Äô‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
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