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Daily update 8 March 2016
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The Guardian
The court heard that Walsh had met Magnanini on 22 September when the Italian was trying to buy heroin in the King's Cross area of London.
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Evening Standard
The CBI has thrown down the gauntlet to London's mayoral candidates by challenging them to make a commitment within 100 days of taking office to ...
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BBC News
London's new superhighway linking east and west London will open on 30 April, says the capital's mayor Boris Johnson. The route, which links ...
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Evening Standard
New figures from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) show London airports had the most delays between July and September last year. Nearly a third of ...
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Londonist
The lions are coming back! After a brief hiatus, lions are returning to London Zoo this month with the opening of the shiny new Land of the Lions exhibit ...
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The Guardian
Time Out London (blog)
Expand your horizons this week without leaving London: go firewalking on the South Bank, attend a Potlach ceremony, do yoga surrounded by neon ...
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The Guardian
A London council is investigating allegations it unfairly favoured a controversial plan for a garden bridge across the Thames, including a claim that the ...
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Evening Standard
The vast majority of London parents believe the capital's traffic-choked roads are too dangerous for their children to cycle on, new research suggests.
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The family of a paramedic who pioneered London's festive “booze bus” today paid tribute to their “hero” after he was found dead at the ambulance ...
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What To Order At London's Best Georgian Restaurants
Georgian food is now becoming more available in London, and although it lacks some of the endearing rusticity of that produced and served in the ...
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