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The New Statesman
150 women back Yvette Cooper to lead the Labour party2020 general election in an open letter to the New Statesman. The signatories -
150 women back Yvette Cooper to lead the Labour party
The New Statesman / Posted 9 days ago
2020 general election in an open letter to the New Statesman. The signatories - which include Ivana Bartoletti,the chair of the Fabian Women's Network, the comedians Arabella Weir and Sarah Solemani, Nicky Gavron, the former deputy mayor of... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
13 south London markets you must visitThat's why we picked out thirteen markets we think you'll love. 10am to 3pm ev
13 south London markets you must visit
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
That's why we picked out thirteen markets we think you'll love. 10am to 3pm every Saturday in Haynes Lane The not-for-profit market aims to support small sustainable farmers and all of its stallholders are organic and its producers very local.... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
13 south London markets you must visitThat's why we picked out thirteen markets we think you'll love. 10am to 3pm ev
13 south London markets you must visit
Croydon Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
That's why we picked out thirteen markets we think you'll love. 10am to 3pm every Saturday in Haynes Lane The not-for-profit market aims to support small sustainable farmers and all of its stallholders are organic and its producers very local.... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
13 south London markets you must visitThat's why we picked out thirteen markets we think you'll love. 10am to 3pm ev
13 south London markets you must visit
Kingston Guardian / Posted 11 days ago
That's why we picked out thirteen markets we think you'll love. 10am to 3pm every Saturday in Haynes Lane The not-for-profit market aims to support small sustainable farmers and all of its stallholders are organic and its producers very local.... Read more
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International Business Times
21 ways to die in London: From deep underground to high in the sky Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show almost 50,000 people
21 ways to die in London: From deep underground to high in the sky
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show almost 50,000 people die in London every year. Between 2010 and 2014 there was an average of 47,600 deaths each year, with women slightly more likely to die than men. Lewisham and Wadsworth... Read more

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