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News & features published on 30 September 2020
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Bogus minicab driver jailed for Waterloo sexual assault

A sexual predator who posed as a minicab driver and sexually assaulted a woman in Waterloo has been jailed.

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Great Suffolk Street Low Traffic Neighbourhood plan revealed

Southwark Council has published its proposals for a new Low Traffic Neighbourhood centred on Great Suffolk Street.

Tweets on 30 September 2020

RT @Tate_United: 📣 After 42 days of strike and several negotiation meetings between Tate Enterprises senior management, PCS Tate United and…

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Low Traffic Neighbourhood coming to Borough & Bankside london-se1.co.uk/news/view/10414

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RT @AnnaHoworth: Here’s a photo of Tlön, a veritable cornucopia of books. My brother and sister-in-law @Edgybooks worked there (maybe befor…

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RT @AnnaHoworth: Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre closes after 55 years⁩ - end of an era. If anyone remembers secondhand bookshop Tlön Boo…

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RT @susana_mendonca: Chris Whitty @CMO_England says there’s been a “significant uptick” in numbers of people going into intensive care in L…

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@jackbuck123 Are you supporting the Southwark Supertram proposal specifically?

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Note Southwark shaded in darker colour on right hand map for faster rate of increase https://t.co/ewbheyF3I7

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A sexual predator who posed as a minicab driver and sexually assaulted a woman in Waterloo has been jailed.

london-se1.co.uk/news/view/10415

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RT @LonTravelWatch: We've been calling for Thameslink services to appear on the Tube map for some time so it's good to hear that @MayorofLo…

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Wednesday #coronavirus COVID-19 stats for our boroughs:

Southwark
7 more people tested positive
Total cases: 1,987… https://t.co/IaUpYNCFX5

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RT @CoinStreet: Tonight the Oxo Tower lights will be once again flashing and swirling red to show support for the events industry.

From ar…

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Plans for a Low Traffic Neighbourhood centred on Great Suffolk Street are due to be signed off by @RoseCllr soon.… https://t.co/HTja7ZDYf8

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RT @WaterlooFB: We wish food banks like ours weren't needed but no-one should feel ashamed about asking for our support. We love receiving…

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Last four weeks of journeys started at London Bridge Tube Station.

Each weekday last week was slightly quieter tha… https://t.co/OvNjfPua1i

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Former Southwark Council leader (and longtime #backthebakerloo advocate) responds to news that TfL isn’t even going… https://t.co/TugggXCeMS

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RT @LSBUArchives: @se1 @LSBU We have these photographs of the bomb damage - it only took us two days to re-start classes but it took a bit…

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On this day 80 years ago Borough Polytechnic (now @LSBU) in Borough Road was bombed in the Blitz.

Classes were su… https://t.co/uEygUfgdC8

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"We are being realistic about what is affordable over the next decade.â€london-se1.co.uk/news/view/10413U0

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RT @frankkiely: I had studios near #TheCut @se1 for years, it’s a great place to go out to eat and see theatre. I’ve hidden a few things in…

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Guy's Hospital doctor gets ready to run 250km from Warwickshire to London - inspired by the memory of her father https://t.co/PTbiQqCPm5

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