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News & features published on 9 July 2019
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Kirsty Boden's partner campaigns for legal aid for terror victims' families

Nearly 100,000 people have signed a petition calling on the Government to provide legal aid to all families at coroner's inquests into terror attacks.

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Windrush memorial: it should be in Brixton not Waterloo says cllr

A Lambeth councillor has launched a petition calling for the recently announced Windrush memorial - proposed for Waterloo Station - to be built in Brixton instead.

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Newman's London: A Pilgrim Handbook

A book published to mark the canonisation of John Henry Newman had its launch party at the Church of the Most Precious Blood.

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20th century architecture fans place BFI IMAX on 'at risk' list

Describing it as a "sensational feat of engineering," the Twentieth Century Society has included the BFI IMAX at Waterloo on its list of the top 10 modern buildings at risk of demolition.

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£50k boost for Cornerstone Bermondsey sculpture project

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has awarded £50,000 towards the cost of installing a sculpture created by local people at the corner of Bermondsey Street and Whites Grounds.

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The @C20Society has put the BFI IMAX on its top ten list of notable 20th century buildings at risk of demolition london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9966

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RT @islandwall: @KateHoeyMP is an excellent local MP. I’m opposed to most politics of hers but never underestimate how important a caring l…

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@DaszkoSteve Yes, unlike some previous 20mph schemes the police are on board with this and will enforce it.

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Nearly 100,000 people have signed a petition calling for legal aid to be given to families at inquests into terror… https://t.co/dG6D0SAQat

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RT @WaterlooFB: Today is all about saying thank you to all our wonderful volunteers at the Foodbank and @OasisDebtAdvice! They do a wonderf…

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On Wednesday at 3.30pm @BBCRadio3 will be broadcasting #ChoralEvensong live from @Southwarkcathed, marking the reti… https://t.co/lHi1oAHFqq

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Tonight @HouseOfVansLDN has been given permission to remain permanently in the arches under Waterloo Station https://t.co/EfqqEHikYF

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91-year-old who was found abandoned as a baby on a bus crossing Westminster Bridge has shared her fascinating life… https://t.co/E3dzRsZk5D

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RT @MPSBoroughBank: STOLEN SCOOTER 3pm today VRM SG64KTN black Honda 125cc with blue #deliveroo box and handguards. Stolen from @PeabodyLDN…

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Chef from The Fat Duck to open Trivet in Snowsfields (at the old Londrino) https://t.co/WtK1swIWg4

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RT @cmdhindle: @se1 @C20Society I will lie down in front of the bulldozers if @lambeth_council tries to replace the BFI IMAX with anything…

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Lambeth councillor @SoniaWinifred has launched a petition calling for the recently announced Windrush memorial - pr… https://t.co/wFAOUhddXk

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Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has awarded £50,000 towards the cost of installing a sculpture created by local people w… https://t.co/koMh0VjC97

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Describing it as a "sensational feat of engineering," the @C20Society has included the BFI IMAX at Waterloo on its… https://t.co/gNW1GaXKjg

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Tomorrow is last chance to comment on TfL plan for 20 mph speed limit
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