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2015/03/05 17:56
2015/03/05 17:56
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At a time when many organisations are looking to bring software development in-house, the Metropolitan Police is looking to outsource its software development capabilities in a plan that will see just...
2015/03/05 17:56
2015/03/05 17:56
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2015/03/05 09:12
2015/03/05 09:12
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It was billed as a miraculous no-strings-attached gift to London, a fairytale forest on a bridge that would be entirely paid for by private sponsors. But this sparkling new “tiara on the head of our...
2015/03/04 14:02
2015/03/04 14:02
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Network Rail said that it closed the doors to the station on Tuesday evening on the advice of the British Transport Police after train services were disrupted by a person on the tracks near Streatham...
2015/03/04 11:32
2015/03/04 11:32
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A London Assembly Member rolled up her sleeves to serve hot meals to the hungry last night as she became a patron for Walthamstow’s Christian Kitchen. As more people than ever seek free hot meals,...
2015/03/04 10:24
2015/03/04 10:24
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Caroline Lucas versus Natalie Bennett. The former is the party’s first and only MP, was leader for four years, and remains the figurehead most associated with Britain’s Green political movement. The...
2015/03/03 18:34
2015/03/03 18:34
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Quarry restoration work to continue in Aldborough Hatch for two years London Assembly chairman Roger Evans (fifth on the left), Ilford North MP Lee Scott (third from the right), Rev Kate Lovesey...
2015/03/03 15:13
2015/03/03 15:13
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A stark new report from the London Assembly found of the 30 worst boroughs in England for seeing a family doctor of choice, 22 are in the capital. The report warned of “cracks and fractures” in the...
2015/03/03 13:32
2015/03/03 13:32
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A GP shortage in London is a "ticking time bomb" waiting to happen, a report says. The London Assembly Health Committee report, released today, highlights the shortage of GPs in the capital at a time...
2015/03/02 16:13
2015/03/02 16:13
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The supermarket giant is forcing Hillingdon council to go to court to defend its approval of plans for 132 homes, a cinema, five restaurants and an Asda in South Ruislip — directly opposite a popular...
2015/02/28 07:35
2015/02/28 07:35
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Bennett, leader of the Greens since 2012, was launching the party’s election campaign and had scheduled a full day of media interviews. But by 10am the wheels had spectacularly fallen off the Greens’...
2015/02/27 19:13
2015/02/27 19:13
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If Cameron wishes to keep Britain in the EU then he needs to explain how he intends to keep his word on immigration levels. But non-EU immigration has risen too, exposing just how little progress the...
2015/02/27 18:02
2015/02/27 18:02
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Route 415 currently runs between Tulse Hill and Elephant & Castle, terminating in Elephant & Castle, but from next month it will continue along New Kent Road, past Bricklayers Arms, and turn round at...
2015/02/27 10:13
2015/02/27 10:13
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The Met had told protest groups that in future they needed to hire private companies to carry out road closure schemes at a cost of thousands of pounds. The force was also demanding that protest...
2015/02/27 09:13
2015/02/27 09:13
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Homelessness rose 37% in the capital from 2013 to 2014, according to the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG), while England as a whole saw a 14% increase. Rough sleeping in London...
2015/02/26 19:13
2015/02/26 19:13
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Around 70 million taxi journeys are taken in the capital each year, with more than a third starting from a taxi rank. These help to ease road congestion and emissions by reducing the need for taxis to...
2015/02/26 16:38
2015/02/26 16:38
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Boris Johnson has agreed to meet an MP in a long-running campaign for safety improvements for a “dangerous” roundabout. Earlier this month, Lee Scott, Conservative MP for Ilford North, handed in a...
2015/02/26 10:37
2015/02/26 10:37
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Malaysian-owned luxury homes project in London gets panned by locals Published: 26 February 2015 6:04 PM The Malaysian-owned Battersea Power Station project in London has become the ire of locals. –...
2015/02/26 01:51
2015/02/26 01:51
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Green Party leader Natalie Bennett had a disastrous interview on LBC radio Someone who is hopeless at communicating or making an argument has no business at the top of public life. A nervous,...
2015/02/25 13:32
2015/02/25 13:32
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Boris Johnson's budget proposals for the capital have survived a challenge from opposition London Assembly Members. The Conservative Mayor plans to continue to slash police spending by £377million...
2015/02/25 13:13
2015/02/25 13:13
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Tory Gareth Bacon now holds four local government positions after he was appointed chairman of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority by Boris Johnson this week. He will earn about £26,000...
2015/03/05 17:56
2015/03/05 17:56
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