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Sunday 27 April 2008 9.49pm
Wow, what a turn up. No wonder they're renewing all the water pipes in London! Why do I always miss all the drama?
Sunday 27 April 2008 10.24pm
Its no fun when you have no water for 3 hours!!!!
Sunday 27 April 2008 11.54pm
Looks like City Hall has been quite badly affected:
http://www.mayorwatch.co.uk/City-Hall-Closed-Due-to-Flooding-article_id-1578.html

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Monday 28 April 2008 12.52am
Just came back from a midnight stroll.There were ten fire engines on Tooley st.mostly specialist pumping and command centre units.3 seperate pump pipes coming out of the service basement of More London pumping vast quantities of water down the top end of Bermondsey street.I dread to think of the cost of an operation like this.I find it hard to believe that the amount of Civil engineering on that site isn't to blame.
Monday 28 April 2008 8.37am
TfL website says Tooley Street closed till Saturday 3 May - I am trying to check the latest with Thames Water.

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Monday 28 April 2008 10.44am
Monday morning update:

http://www.london-se1.co.uk/news/view/3271

If nothing else, this weekend's events prompt some interesting questions about the wisdom of large developments like More London with shared servicing arrangements - one slight problem and you shut down a lot of businesses (and the home of London's government).

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Monday 28 April 2008 1.32pm
My cousin works in more London place.

He got the day off work! So unfair
Monday 28 April 2008 2.24pm
James Hatts wrote:
and you shut down a lot of businesses (and the home of London's government).

Great loss.
Monday 28 April 2008 5.24pm
The Mapmaker wrote:
James Hatts wrote:
and you shut down a lot of businesses (and the home of London's government).

Great loss.
Yeah man! I'm with Mapmaker: Anarchy for London!

...if you press it, they will come.
Monday 28 April 2008 5.26pm
I've been at home today, they are still unsure if we are able to go back into work tomorrow.
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