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Fewer than four in 10 cover face on UK public transportSurvey of almost 800 travellers in three cities shows in some areas rate is just 10%.

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Solitary strolls in lockdown LondonWe're all flâneurs now, writes Maggie Gray. So what would help us get even more out of walking through our local areas?

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Do you live in Newham? We want to hear from youHave you or your family been affected by Covid-19? Are you organising to help your community?

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Man fighting for his life after being shot on residential roadPictures from the scene show two cars crashed into a wall as people rush to help.

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Coronavirus deaths in care homes across east LondonA total of 85 people died of coronavirus in east London care homes between the start of the pandemic and May 22.

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Face masks on the London Underground and buses to be made compulsory with fines for anyone who fails to wear oneThe new rule will come into effect in a matter of days.

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Face Masks On Public Transport Will Be Mandatory From June 15Face masks on public transport will become mandatory on June 15, according to Transport Minister Grant Shapps, with fines for non-compliance.

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Lockdown Diaries: The 'New Normal' in the Swimming PoolsI stopped counting the lockdown with Day 70, 6 days ago, when we managed to get to the seaside in Lancashire and I actually got to swim - for the first time since my pool closed in March.

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Chiliad #1: Forced EntryDuring the early lockdown, social media was awash with a quote from the mid-17th century commentator Samuel Pepys.

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London Market Close: Ftse 100's Three Day Winning Streak SnappedAlliance News) - Stocks in London ended lower on Thursday, with the FTSE 100's three-day rally running out of steam in a week which has seen heightened tensions between the US and China and mass protests across the US.

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UK: Review: Counter-Terrorism TrainingI thought I would try and do the Police ‘Counter-Terrorism' training, and be a good citizen.

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Head teacher's blunt warning as free London bus travel is ended for childrenChildren returning to school after months of staying at home now have to pay bus fares.

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SomehowSOMEHOW Somehow, I seem to be doing this well. Somehow, people seem to like what I'm doing, Even though I don't know what it is I'm supposed to be doing.

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London attracts lion's share of commercial buyers despite shrinking marketLondon boroughs continued to attract the lion's share of commercial property buyers, despite an overall decline in investment into the sector last year.

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Vulnerable people say #HelptheHungry food deliveries have been a lifelineIt is amazing. Everyone is very grateful,' says a volunteer who also uses service when his own illness means he is unable to pitch in.

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Coqfighter Opens Second Site In BrockleyFried chicken faves Coqfighter aren't letting a little thing like lockdown get in the way of their expansion plans, having just opened a second restaurant in Brockley.

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Italy Is Officially Welcoming Back International Tourists With No QuarantineItaly is reopen to tourists, with visitors from the UK and beyond not required to quarantine for 14 days upon entering the country.

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West London thug who killed innocent woman in acid attack wasn't caught for months because of huge police mistakeA thug who threw acid over an innocent woman at a cinema in Ealing wasn't caught because a Metropolitan Police officer failed to circulate a CCTV image of the suspect for 20 months.

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Funky New Lampshade Pods Could Be The Future Of Eating In RestaurantsWell it's better than eating with a mask on, isn't it? It's still very unclear how dining at restaurants and bars will look like once the lockdown eases and we're allowed to return to our favourite haunts, but one designer thinks it could involve a series of plastic pods dangling from the ceiling.

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The amazing ways windows are kept clean at The Shard, The London Eye, The Walkie Talkie and The GherkinIf you're scared of heights this job's probably not for you.

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Barking shooting live: Armed police are at a shooting near a secondary schoolThe Metropolitan Police sent officers to the residential road, which is a short walk away from Barking station, at 2.14pm after being alerted to shots fired.

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Commissioning Editor, London: 2The editor goes to the pub with Marcus and Frank and they have some drinks.

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Another drive-in cinema is pulling into London this summerThe number one purchase every London movie buff wants to make in 2020? A car, probably.

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She was a ballerinaBy Andrada Costoiu Nobody walked her path, She carried her sorrows with grace. Everybody starts somewhere different, But she had many judges, all of them wrong.

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Be More Chill production cancels remainder of its run at London's Other PalaceBe More Chill production cancels all performances, hopes to return soon The Be More Chill production announced on Facebook today that the show will not go on, at least not anytime soon.

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Four charged as part of operation to tackle county lines from London to SouthamptonThree men and a woman have been charged as part of a county lines intelligence-led operation to tackle the supply of drug dealing of Class A drugs from London into Southampton.

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Shenfield High School link with London City Lionesses to help female footballersShenfield High School have been made an official further education partner of the London City Lionesses, to deliver a new girls' football academy in the new academic year.

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Coronavirus: Transport union claims there will be no Night Tube in London until spring 2021Union bosses have described transport in London during the coronavirus outbreak as "fragile" after they were told there will be no Night Tube services until March 2021.

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10 tips to stop your bike from being stolen when cycling instead of using London UndergroundMake sure you know exactly what to do if your bike is taken.

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The Best Places to Get Ice CreamThese are the best places in London to get ice cream in lockdown - you can swing by most of the shops for takeaway and all of them are delivering.

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London coronavirus: 16-year old from Putney launches brilliant project where kids send letters to the elderly shielding in care homesChildren from more than 40 primary schools across London are writing to pensioners having to self-isolate during lockdown.

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Australian TV crew accosted by demonstrators live on air in London during George Floyd protestsAn Australian TV crew has been accosted by protesters live on air while covering demonstrations in London over the death of George Floyd.

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Raids across Clacton in police crackdown on London drug dealersFIVE men have been arrested following a series of early morning drugs raids cracking down on London drug dealers targeting the resort.

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19th-century nicknames for London newspapersThe Times: nicknamed Thunderer—the Morning Advertiser: Gin-and-Gospel Gazette, Tap-tub—The Morning Post: Jeames—The Morning Herald and The Standard: respectively Mrs Harris and Mrs Gamp.

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Chapter 5I mean we were always friends, we had literally been in the same grade from 3 to 10.

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Harlesden shooting: Child among four hurtThe child and a man are in a critical condition following the attack in north London.

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The seven Hertfordshire towns that could do with a London Underground stationIt could make our lives a lot easier however if more of our towns had their own underground train station - we'd be able to get in and out even quicker making the journey even easier.

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Racism still exists, let's fight back.Over the past week, we have seen an explosion in anti-racist activity across the world.

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EastEnders' Whitney Dean shocks fans with an incredible hidden talentIt appears acting isn't the only thing soap star Shona McGarty is good at.

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Thousands sign petition calling for new nature reserve in SurbitonLib Dem councillors have launched a petition to save the filter beds. Pictured are Ed Davey, MP for Kingston and Surbiton, Liz Green, former leader of Kingston Council and Councillor Yogan Yoganathan.

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Dark WaterI recently read Dark Water the third in a series of Detective Erika Foster books by Robert Bryndza.

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London coronavirus: Staff at St George's Hospital in Tooting now able to access antibody testsThe blood test will be able to tell staff if they have already had the virus.

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Philip Pittack obituaryThe cloth merchant Philip Pittack began in the rag trade as a teenager crawling beneath the cutting tables of garment factories in the East End of London, stuffing a sack with waste wool and cotton as raw material that could be spun again and otherwise re-used.

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Brent shooting: Boy, 2, fights for life in hospital after quadruple shooting in HarlesdenThree others - two men in their late teens, and the boy's mum, a woman in her late 20s - were also found with gunshot injuries and all four were rushed to hospital.

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Take part in a celeb-studded raffle to help London's homelessA celebrity-powered raffle is raising money for The Big Issue, so it can go on employing homeless vendors, who are currently unable to earn money by selling the.

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25 remarkable M25 facts you won't know about the motorwayLove it or hate it there is no avoiding the London Orbital motorway - but you might be surprised to hear some of these.

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Only Fools and Horses quiz: 10 tricky questions about Del Boy only true fans will know the answers toHe's head of the Trotter family in Only Fools and Horses and is a real sucker for making money in the most stupid ways.

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10 fascinating facts about Heathrow Airport you probably never knewThere are secret places we never see, mind-blowing figures and work which goes on behind the scenes to keep Britain's busiest airport working smoothly.

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9 amazing London campaigns that came out the coronavirus lockdownThe UK lockdown has seen the birth of dozens of amazing campaigns to support those most in need.

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Sadiq Khan speaks out about killing of George Floyd and London protests during coronavirus crisisHe spoke about excessive police force and peaceful protesting in the pandemic.

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Poem: On The LineThere is so much risk in being yourself. Your true, unashamed self. You risk being hurt, Judged, And rejected.

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The Jewish history of British fish and chipsIt is believed the earliest fish and chip shops were opened in England in the 1860s.

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Interxion reduces cooling system energy consumption with real-time optimization softwareInterxion, a leading European provider of carrier - and cloud-neutral collocation data center services and a Digital Realty company, announced today it has reduced its cooling system energy consumption by 20% during the first year of an ongoing project with data center optimization specialist, EkkoSense.

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The stunning beach hidden in West London you may not know even existsYou can't swim in the lake these days, unlike in the 1930s when there were changing rooms at the site, but in the summer the beach can get packed with people who have flocked there to lie and play on the sand, take their children to the playgrounds, explore Ruislip Woods and take a ride on the mini gauge railway.

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London coronavirus: The big changes at Croydon's reopened schoolsOne head teachers has told us her pupils have been doing an incredibly good job of socially distancing.

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Retro Resto #8Flaming the salmon involved a geezer nailing a whole side of salmon to a plank before donning a fire-retardant suit and helmet and holding said plank to a charcoal-fed furnace.

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Penny Lancaster has signed up to join the City of London Police as a special constableThe Loose Women panellist signed up to become a special constable after taking part in Channel 4's Famous and Fighting Crime last year.

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Man charged after Australian reporter 'assaulted' on air in London during George Floyd protestsNine News correspondent Sophie Walsh was allegedly assaulted near Hyde Park, London.

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Free travel perk for older Londoners to be suspended to create more space for essential workersThe Freedom Pass and 60+ card will no longer be valid on public transport during the morning rush hour from June 15th.

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Transport for London reveals new rules about travel for over 60s using London Underground and busesTransport for London has revealed more details about how temporary changes will effect Londoners over the age of 60 during the coronavirus crisis.

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London weather: Met Office predicts dates when heatwave will return to LondonSpring was the sunniest on record and summer could be a sizzling too.

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Why London buses are now safe for front-door boarding according to Transport for LondonA number of changes have been made as we move back towards normality.

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New study shows London youth training project repays society 10 times overAn independent study has revealed that every £1 invested in a unique sports-themed youth training project has generated more than £10 in social value over three years.

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The London boroughs with the worst rat, bedbug, cockroach, moth and flea infestationsCentral heating and packed cupboards to make our homes perfect habitats for rats, mice and even cockroaches.

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First photo of HS2 tunnel boring machinesHS2 has released the first picture of one the two TBMs that will spend around three years digging the longest and deepest HS2 tunnels - from just inside the M25 to South Heath in Buckinghamshire.

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The London boroughs with the worst rat, bedbug, cockroach, moth and flea infestationsCentral heating and packed cupboards to make our homes perfect habitats for rats, mice and even cockroaches.

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London venture capital firm received £40m commitment from investments companyColumbia Lake Partners has received the funding from British Business Investments, which will help it to support investments in a range of tech-enabled businesses across sectors.

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London Underground's Night Tube service 'to remain closed until March 2021'Transport for London have said there are no plans to bring back the Night Tube in the immediate future but union bosses claim it will be suspended until next year.

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The 9 McDonald's restaurants reopening in London from todayThe restaurants join the growing list of major chains that are reopening in London as the city slowly moves towards normality.

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POLITICO London Playbook PM: Face coverings — Sharma's update — Rees-Mogg under siegeWhat's driving the day in Westminster. Politics and policymaking in the UK capital.

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25 Harry Potter quiz questions to test your knowledge of the wizarding worldThis super tricky Harry Potter quiz will sort the Hufflepuffs from the Ravenclaws with 25 questions you'll only get if you really love magic.

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Journalists attacked as they cover London's George Floyd protestsTwo journalists from the same channel were attacked in the British capital yesterday.

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Labour MP Barry Gardiner defends breach of social distancing rules during Black Lives Matter protestPeople participate in a Black Lives Matter protest rally at Parliament Square Credit: PA.

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The World's Best Bars Re-open…virtuallyThree of the world's best bars - Dante in NYC, Drink Kong in Rome and Panda and Sons in Edinburgh are re-opening virtually.

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London City airport plans end of June restartAfter initial domestic focus, international flights expected to resume in early July, subject to the UK government's quarantine measures.

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Mark Hamill declares his pride at John Boyega's anti-racism speechMark Hamill has declared he has "never been more proud" of John Boyega after the Star Wars actor's emotional speech at the anti-racism demonstration in London.

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A cleaner's been threatened with a knife at Limehouse DLR stationA man threatened a member of rail staff with a knife concealed in his sleeve at Limehouse station.

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See Your City Are Running Virtual Walking Tours Of LondonMissing the sights and sounds of London? See Your City and their excellent virtual walking tours could be just the tonic!

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2,000 lives saved and 621 deaths… how biggest NHS trust Barts Health battled the coronavirus pandemicOf the impact of coronavirus on London's biggest NHS hospital trust were revealed today. Barts Health said 621 patients with Covid-19, including four of its staff, had died but almost 2,000 lives had been saved.

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Seagrass and Palm Leaf Woven Wall HangingsSeagrass and Palm Leaf Woven Wall Hangings is a beautiful bohemian interior wall decoration trend and home interior trend that is set to sweep our homes.

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BelongSo you want to belong? You want the bright young sickies to sing a wooden song?

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Anomaly and Pride in London launch 2020 campaignCovid-19 might have postponed this year's parade, but the rallying call to every LGBT+ person remains; support all communities.

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Journalists attacked as they cover London's George Floyd protestsTwo journalists from the same channel were attacked in the British capital yesterday.

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Labour MP defends breaking lockdown rules to join BLM protestLabour MP Barry Gardiner has defended his decision to breach lockdown restrictions to join thousands of Black Lives Matter protesters in London.

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Food For London Now: With my illness it's been scary but this is lifelineDay four of our series on people who have benefited from our Food for London Now campaign focuses on people living with underlying health conditions.

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'It has broken us': Brixton protester speaks emotionally about 'feeling the pain' of racism every dayA woman who joined the Take the Knee protest in Brixton on Wednesday spoke emotionally about how older black people had "been feeling the pain" of racism every day.

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Coronavirus lockdown: London doctor stopped in BreconMOTORISTS continue to flaunt lockdown regulations by travelling into Wales - including one doctor from London who travelled across England and into the county to buy lamb.

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London Design Biennale and Chatham House Announce Initiative to Design for CrisisThe London Design Biennale and Chatham House announced a new call for designers to address issues of crisis around the world.

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How a Greenground navigation could look like IIIWayfinding examples contributed by Londoners I am taking a step back this week and looking more into the background of London multiple wayfinding systems to make connections and see, where the current project could be positioned and if there's a room for more wayfinding.

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City Wellbeing Centre launches virtual therapy sessionsThe City of London Corporation's City Wellbeing Centre will begin to offer virtual counselling and psychotherapy sessions to residents and workers in and around the Square Mile today.

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Police dispel rumours of the Cenotaph being vandalised at London's Black Lives Matter protestPictures from 2011 protests are being used to try and embarrass protesters who marched on Wednesday.

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National Theatre At Home Brings Four Fabulous Shows To YouTubeMissing your weekly dose of theatre? Fret not, for National Theatre at Home will put four of their best-loved productions on YouTube, each appearing weekly.

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Things to do at home during lockdown: The best online and virtual events taking place todayYou know the drill by now: things are starting to ease across the country ever so slightly, but we're still socially distancing and spending most of our time indoors.

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London food markets:plan to move Smithfields, New Covent Garden and Billingsgate to Barking hits milestoneAmbitious plans to uproot central London's historic food markets and move them up to 10 miles east to a vast new complex by the Thames have passed a major milestone.

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WhatWeWant delivers 5,000 visors for Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust workersCrowdfunding app WhatWeWant has delivered 5,000 plastic face visors to the Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust , ensuring key healthcare workers have access to vital PPE.

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Watch the insane queue as Crawley's drive-thru McDonald's reopensThe popular fast-food chain has opened hundreds of restaurants across the UK in the past few days, with one of those being the drive-thru on Crawley Avenue, which opened on Wednesday.

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Black Owned Business' DirectoriesEven within a global pandemic, we've learned that injustice can't be quarantined. Outcries of outrage from people across the globe regarding police brutality against people of African descent in the US are being heard.

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The world has once again seen the feral side of LondonBLM protests in London were being filmed by an Australian crew when they were attacked.

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Folio London Is Putting London's Renters FirstThey have been for some time. But just as life has changed recently, so too has this private rental organisation adjusted the support they offer to current and future residents.

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PE firm I Squared Capital brings in Skadden associate as first London GCPrivate equity firm I Squared Capital has recruited an associate from Skadden Arps Slate Meagher and Flom as its first London-based associate general counsel.

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London open: Stocks fall after three days of gains; ECB in focusLondon stocks fell in early trade on Thursday following three days of gains, amid growing tensions between the US and China and ahead of the latest policy announcement from the European Central Bank.

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Police assaulted as hundreds defy lockdown at London street partyHundreds of people defied lockdown rules to gather at a street party in north-west London before it was broken up by police.

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Harlesden shooting: Young child left fighting for life after four people gunned down in north west LondonA young child is fighting for life today after four people were shot in north west London.

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Doctor who travelled to Brecon from London told police he was 'buying some lamb'Officers from Dyfed-Powys Police stopped the car that had travelled around 175 miles from London on Wednesday.

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Mark Hamill praises John Boyega following his emotional anti-racism speech in Hyde ParkActor John Boyega speaks at a Black Lives Matter protest rally in Hyde Park Credit: PA.

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Young child 'critical' and among four people shot in LondonFour people were found with gunshot injuries and taken to hospital including a young child who remains in a critical condition.

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London Market Pre-open: Ig Trading Revenue Surges; Ecb Decision AheadAlliance News) - Stock prices in London are set to open lower on Thursday as markets take a breather from the week's rally ahead of a European Central Bank decision later in the day.

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London pre-open: Stocks seen muted as Sino-US tensions growLondon stocks looked set for a muted open on Thursday amid growing tensions between the US and China.

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Man punched in face by delivery driver behind KFC in CrawleyPolice have released CCTV images of a suspect they wish to speak to after a man was punched in the face in the car park behind KFC in Crawley.

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2 armed men wearing balaclavas try to shoot man in Northolt takeawayTwo men wearing balaclavas chased another man before trying to shoot him inside a West London takeaway.

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Young's reveals plans to reopen London pubs in AugustYoung's is planning to reopen its London pubs in August with 1 metre social distancing in place, the company said on Thursday.

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Three adults and a young child in hospital after shooting in HarlesdenAn investigation has been launched into the shooting of three adults and a young child in north west London.

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North London trust deploys clinical messaging app HospifyThe rollout of the Hospify app aims to improve communication during the Covid-19 pandemic, allowing staff to message each other on a secure platform.

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Pride in London calls for 30,000 'Acts of Allyship' with launch of new digital community hubThe campaign, part of Pride in London's 2020 theme You! Me! Us! We!, will provide resources on how to be a better ally, as well as enabling people to directly make a tangible difference to marginalised groups - for example, by supporting queer artists and performers by attending a virtual event or show; by sending a letter to.

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Unbuilt London: Elizabeth House, WaterlooA futuristic arch that would have sliced into the skyline, dominating from some sides, and being almost invisible from others.

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Life in Lockdown06.30: Alarm goes off. The Brainy One is already at work in the office. The Boy Child is still asleep.

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300m to kick-start three major London schemesInfrastructure funding for 20,0000 homes at Brent Cross, Silvertown and Barking Riverside.

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Travel Less, Travel Better: Post Lockdown Luxury Hotels that Focus on SustainabilityTravel Less, Travel Better: Post lockdown luxury hotels that focus on sustainability from eco staycations in Cornwall to The Maldives and conscious luxury.

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London faring better than most in wake of covid crisis, RLB saysConsultant adds work in capital holding up because sites stayed open and size of projects being built.

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London pubs reopening: Young's announces plans to serve pints againPUB chain Young's has set out plans to begin reopening premises next month as it bids to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fortnite-like 3D office simulators created for staff home workingThe 3D platform replicates real offices with customisable avatars able to wander around, collaborate on tasks and even chat around the water cooler.

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Lured to London on promise of marriage but left pennilessSHE was a lady in distress, imploring a magistrate to save her from ruin.

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London police take the knee with Black Lives Matter protestersFollowing an afternoon of peaceful demonstrations in the park, including an impassioned speech by Star Wars actor John Boyega, the crowd later made their way to Parliament Square in time for Prime Minister Boris Johnson's No 10 coronavirus press briefing.

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Young child among four shot in north LondonYoungster and man in critical condition in hospital following shooting in Brent.

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Travel In the Time Of Corona: RepatriationWe were getting out. Three days ago Morocco closed its borders, preventing travel in or out of the country, and went into lockdown.

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Thousands gather in London for George Floyd protestStar Wars actor John Boyega among those taking part in Hyde Park Black Lives Matter protest.

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Coronavirus: How the UK is sleeping under lockdownMore than half the population has struggled with sleep during the lockdown, especially younger people.

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Child and three adults injured in north-west London shootingPolice start investigation into Harlesden attack as victims taken to hospital.

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'You audition for a show only for it to get cancelled'With theatres closed, and TV and movie filming on hold, acting school graduates are struggling.

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London £130m Old Kent Road scheme approvedOmer Weinberger, Chief Executive of Avanton said: "Avanton is committed to our extensive regeneration plans on Old Kent Road, with a trio of important sites that will bring new homes, amenities and public space to the area."

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London locations flop in league table of good buy to let returnsAn analysis of buy to let returns from mortgage lender Mojo has produced a league table with no London locations in the top 20 postcodes.

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Socially distanced immersive venue to open in LondonA socially distanced immersive venue will open in London later this year, with a show that will play to just four people at a time.

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'Sing his name': thousands gather in London for George Floyd protestThe demonstrators, the vast majority of whom were under 30, chanted: 'No justice, no peace, no racist police', 'I can't breathe' and 'the UK is not innocent', in a lockdown-defying demonstration that was largely organised through word of mouth and social media away from established anti-racism groups.

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Young child and three adults rushed to hospital after Brent shootingA stop and search order has been put in place for the borough of Brent and the Harlesden area until 7am tomorrow.

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Uoma Beauty: From Nigeria to London: Universal DialoguePhoto by murat esibatir on Pexels.com In the time of #BlackLivesMatter: the senseless killings of: George Floyd, Breonna Lewis and Ahmaud Arbery, bring new meaning to race and social injustice.

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North west London partnership awarded £200k for digital diabetes toolsA partnership based in north west London has been awarded £200k by Health Data Research UK and the Health Foundation to develop and trial digital tools for those living with Type 2 diabetes.

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Australian reporters assaulted live on air while covering protests in LondonSophie Walsh and Ben Avery were covering Black Lives Matter demonstrations when they were set upon in separate attacks.

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Protesters 'clash with police' outside Downing Street after Black Lives Matter rally in Hyde ParkAttendees of a peaceful rally at Speakers Corner heard passionate speeches from the likes of Peckham-born actor John Boyega.

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Quarantine at Heathrow, Gatwick and StanstedThere are also exceptions for those arriving in on flights from the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.

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George Floyd death: Thousands join London protestIt comes as UK police chiefs say they stand alongside all those "appalled and horrified" by the death.

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Ryanair rejects Heathrow quarantine as "ineffective and useless" as it allows spread of coronavirus on London Underground and busesRyanair has rejected the UK Government's travel quarantine as "ineffective and useless", as it does not "detain" passengers, but instead collects phone numbers and allows them to travel on London public transport.

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The incredible story of the master thief who tricked London into believing he was fighting crimeWithout no effective police force, London was a haven for criminals in the 18th Century.

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Sadiq Khan's Streetspace Plans In 15 Photos: 'London's Road To Recovery Cannot Be Clogged With Cars'Fear of gridlock is behind London's bold "Streetspace" plans to expand space for pedestrians and cyclists, and reduce it for motorists.

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Wednesday Wander RevisitedLast week I reposted one of my Wednesday Wander posts, in response to the fact that any sort of non-essential travel still looks to be some time away for most of us.

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Why Transport for London hired Andy Byford as London Underground faces testing futureAndy Byford became a hero to average New Yorkers during his short tenure as their public transport chief.

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Black Lives Matter London protests: Scuffles with police mar mainly peaceful demonstrationsOrganisers say they want people to understand "that people are dying from racism".

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Doctor stopped by police driving from London to Brecon to buy some lambWhen approached by officers from the force's roads policing unit in Brecon, the driver, who has been identified as a medical doctor, told them he had made the journey "to buy some lamb".

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London, Frankfurt and Cambridge named top 3 most eco-friendly cities to work inCambridge US has the most conscious commuters with 67% walking or cycling to work. Oslo, Norway has the highest percentage of renewable energy at 97.2%.

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Cottage Dominic Cummings fled London lockdown for 'built without planning permission'Boris Johnson's top aide drove up to Durham from London with his wife and son, who had started suffering coronavirus symptoms, despite considerable attempts being made across society to stop the spread of the deadly bug.

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9 weird rules you should know about for Hyde Park and other Royal Parks in LondonBut what we didn't know, was how many weird rules are already in place at Greenwich Park, Green Park, Kensington Park, Bushy Park and all of the other Royal Parks across the capital.

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A British Artist Transformed This London Warehouse Into a Work of ArtRichard Harrison spent two decades renovating a former theatrical space in the city's Camberwell neighborhood.

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William FarrCC BY-NC-ND 3.0 William is the ninth British empiricist and the third demographer discussed by Richard Stone in his Raffaele Matteoli Foundation Lectures, though the National Portrait Gallery describes him as a statistician and epidemiologist.

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Queen Victoria and the Corset Era Painting by Tiago AzevedoHere Queen Victoria is seen in an intimate and alluring pose, leaning against the viewer with her hair half unraveled from its fashionable knot.

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Lord Rea, London GP and hereditary peer who spoke for Labour in the LordsHis areas of interest included heart disease, junior doctors' hours and the dangers of smoking.

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'Star Wars' actor John Boyega led Black Lives Matter protests in London: 'I don't know if I'm going to have a career after this, but fThe star has been vocal on Twitter and Instagram about his support for the anti-racism movement, and new videos show him giving a speech to a crowd.

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London coronavirus: The 9 worst hit London boroughs by excess deathsLondon is home to the nine worst affected authorities in the UK.

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Gothic Revival Home in London-With Lots of Backyard Space-Asks £4 MillionThe Grade II-listed six-bedroom home is in the northwest London neighborhood of Camden. The property was the home and studio of Nancy Fouts for the past 40 years, according to its selling agent.

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Thousands in London rally against racial injustice, police violenceJohn Boyega recalled the case of Stephen Lawrence, an 18-year-old black man from southeast London who was stabbed to death in 1993 as he waited for a bus.

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Boyega speaks at Black Lives Matter marchStar Wars actor John Boyega has given an emotional speech to demonstrators at a London Black Lives Matter rally in response to the death of George Floyd.

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9 tips for staying safe on London buses from Transport for LondonA number of new measures are in place to help ensure the safety of customers, but it's also important that we all take care and use common sense when travelling on buses.

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Sloane Square: Man arrested after car hits pedestriansGovernment minister Greg Hands tweeted a vehicle had "mounted the pavement and struck pedestrians" before being abandoned nearby.

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This Baker's Making Epic London-Themed CakesNot to mention some of the others in his back catalogue: Adam Cox takes bespoke commissions for all sorts of creative cakes, but recurring themes include London transport - with some fantastically detailed doubledeckers - London landmarks, and dinosaurs.

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Suspect 'at large' after child and three adults shot in north LondonPolice were called to the shooting in Harlesden on Wednesday night.

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London news: Young child among four people injured with gunshot wounds in Brent shootingA YOUNG child is among four people injured with gunshot wounds in Brent, North London.

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Solo London Photo JournalI returned safely after hopping on and off the tube for a week. It was a reflective week, a surreal experience, but also a lonely one.

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London's Tate Galleries Are Aiming To Reopen To The Public In AugustThe Tate galleries are hoping for a late summer return. Paint-by-numbers is about the closest we've come to fine art during the lockdown, so we're champing at the bit to get back to London's mesmerising art galleries.

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George Floyd: UK 'takes the knee' at doorsteps in solidarity with anti-racism protestersPeople across the UK have "taken the knee" at their doorsteps in solidarity with the vast numbers of demonstrators in the US protesting systemic racism and police brutality in the wake of George Floyd's death.

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The London Underground stations that will re-open next weekWhile the Underground continued to operate for key workers, certain stations, such as ones that don't have any interchanges, were closed for the time being.

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Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie Book ReviewEscape the challenges of adult life with a trip to Neverland in J.

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9 really cool things you never knew about EnfieldEnfield has brought a fair few life-changing inventions into the world.

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Enjoy A Captivating Performance From A Local London Artist Live From Your SofaWatch out: the next instalment of " comes with mesmerising melodies. As part of our ‘Lockdown Series, curated in partnership with Martell, we're spotlighting some of the UK's most exciting local musicians."

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Coronavirus: Disproportionate number of BAME people finedThe Met Police reveal officers have issued 973 fixed penalty notices over nearly two months.

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George Floyd death: Olaseni Lewis's mother 'can't watch' US arrest videoOlaseni Lewis, who died in London in 2010, was also saying "I can't breathe" as he was restrained.

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Scuffles break out during anti-racism protest in LondonBrief scuffles broke out between police and protesters close to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Downing Street office on Wednesday during a march against racism prompted by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, a Reuters photographer said.

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Cook-along With Chloe From Nibs Etc.Chloe from Nibs etc. is on a mission to fight food waste. Here she shows us how to make mashed potato gnocchi with wilted herb pesto.

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Royal Opera House To Host Live Concerts This MonthMusic and dance are back at the Royal Opera House this month. All the world may be a stage, but for London's playhouses and concert halls, there's nothing quite like being back on the home stage.

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The London Resort announces public consultationThe London Resort, which is set to launch in 2024, says it is making progress and moving ahead with plans for consultation, public documents, and local engagement.

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Eggslut to Open in FitzroviaEgg-citing news for all you Fitzrovia-based peeps, there's an Eggslut coming your way this spring and it'll be serving up all the signatures.

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Star Wars' John Boyega moved to tears during speech at Hyde Park Black Lives Matter demoThe Peckham actor told the crowd: "I don't know if I'm going to have a career after this, but f*** that"

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London protests: Journalist forced to abandon coverage after being chased by mob on airAN AUSTRALIAN news reporter and his crew were forced to abandon their live coverage of the London protests after being chased by a group of demonstrators.

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REVIEW: Twenty Theatres to See Before You DieThis is an essential book to read for any theatre fan, and anyone wanting to explore more of the arts scene in the UK, particularly outside of London.

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How to Spend Your WeekendYou're now allowed out for unlimited exercising and sunbathing, but you'll need to be entertained indoors so here's what to do this weekend.

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Met feared 'serious disorder' if lockdown rules were enforced at racism protestScotland Yard chief Cressida Dick also calls for justice and accountability following death of George Floyd.

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One Night Only: Immersive 'socially distanced musical adventure' to launch in London BridgeA new venture from the founder of the Vault festival is launching in London Bridge this autumn, promising "socially distanced musical adventures".

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London coronavirus: The graph that shows the tide is turning for Northwick Park hospitalCoronavirus deaths at Northwick Park hospital have fallen drastically.

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Sophie Ellis-Bextor rushed to West Middlesex Hospital after horror bike crashThe pop star and mum-of-five thanked the ambulance crew and the staff at hospital in an instagram post.

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London coronavirus: Fears overcrowding at Ruislip Lido's beach could lead to new wave of infections in West LondonLocal residents had taken to social media expressing their fears over the lack of space between visitors, with some saying it was unfair on those living in homes close to the attraction.

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Thousands fill Hyde Park for London Black Lives Matter marchOver 10,000 protesters have flocked to Hyde Park today to take part in a London Black Lives Matter march, protesting the death of George Floyd in the US.

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You Can Now Learn To Create The Perfect Fry Up Whilst Raising Money For CharityThe Dinner Ladies and The Fry Up Police are joining forces to teach you how to craft the greatest fry up in existence - whilst raising money for charity!

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The stunning £4m Lambeth apartment with amazing London Eye viewsBut not all of us will have managed to make time for an experience on Europe's tallest observation wheel.

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Bancone Is Launching A Pasta Kit Delivery ServiceBancone is launching its own pasta meal kit delivery service, running within a five-mile radius from of the Soho restaurant.

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Homes England £309m funding to speed delivery of 20,000 London homesHomes England agrees £309m funding packages to accelerate construction at three major London housing developments.

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John Boyega tells George Floyd protesters: I'm speaking to you from my heartStar Wars actor John Boyega has made an emotional speech in London's Hyde Park over the death of George Floyd.

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How to watch the lunar eclipse this FridayEuropeans, Africans, Asians and Australasians will be able to watch the Earth's shadow pass over the Moon on Friday, as 2020's eclipse season resumes.

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Inside The One Show host Alex Jones' stunning London family homePhoto - Alex Jones house: The One Show host often shares photos of the family home she shares with her husband Charlie Thomson and their sons Teddy and Kit.

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Morrisons, Tesco, Aldi, Lidl, Sainsbury's and Asda have got new measures to stop massive queuesBecause of social distancing measures, supermarkets have a maximum capacity of customers allowed in store, meaning a one in one out policy and long queues to just get in the door.

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Exactly when flights will resume from London City Airport with temperature checks for passengersEach airport has its own rules and plans, and now London City Airport has announced what it's aiming to do - and when.

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George Floyd death: Thousands join London protestIt comes as UK police chiefs say they stand alongside all those "appalled and horrified" by the death.

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London police officer takes the knee with George Floyd protestersA police officer outside Downing Street was filmed taking the knee alongside protesters marching in solidarity with Black Lives Matter.

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Council 'runs out of paper' giving fines to people littering and weeing in parksVoicing his frustration on Twitter, the east London borough's Mayor Philip Glanville said: 'Every adult that visited one of our parks this weekend, got drunk , made a choice to leave behind rubbish, piss against a tree or worse, they're morally culpable and should reflect on what they did.

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Brands To Buycott, #2 Charitable TravelSocial enterprise Charitable Travel allows you to book a holiday and donate 5% of the cost to a UK registered charity of your choice.

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These Delicious Asian Meal Kits Are Making Fine Dining Super SimpleOh, and best of all, they love a good collaboration - and to start with, they've teamed up with cult London spot Dumplings Legend to provide a menu.

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Dishoom is Back on DeliveryThe King's Cross, Shoreditch and Kensington restaurants are cooking once again and running delivery via Deliveroo.

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WestEndWishList: 5 shows I want to see return to the London stage after coronavirusGot me to thinking. We all know that theatre is currently in the interval. We've taken a comfort break, bought the obligatory Ben and Jerrys - and are now seated, waiting in anticipation for the curtain to rise so that we can get lost in the spellbinding magic that is the West End.

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Thousands Gather in London to Protest Racial InjusticeThousands of protesters gathered in London's Hyde Park on Wednesday to demonstrate against police violence and racial injustice following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, which has set off days of unrest in the United States.

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Plans go in for 42 acre London food marketThe City of London Corporation has submitted a planning application to create a new home for Billingsgate, New Spitalfields and Smithfield markets at Dagenham Dock.

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Prints of Art Deco tube stationsWhile looking for something else in Google image search I stumbled upon these rather nice illustrations of tube stations.

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City Corporation responds to Government quarantine planThe UK Government has today set out plans for new quarantine measures on international travellers from 8 June.

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What passengers will be asked when they arrive before quarantine at Heathrow, Gatwick and StanstedThe only exceptions are for NHS workers, lorry drivers and scientists as well as those arriving in on flights from the Republic of Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.

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'It was heartbreaking': the day Bob Marley played for Crystal Palace40 years ago this week, Bob Marley played in Crystal Palace park, debuting Redemption Song and enchanting the crowd - but signs of his decline were already there.

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West End theatres extend closures until AugustWest End theatres will remain closed until at least August 2 it has been announced.

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The dangerous toxic caterpillar that Londoners need to watch out for in these 27 areasThe caterpillars and their nests can cause eye irritations, itchy rashes and, in severe cases, breathing difficulties in people and pets, according to a research by Dr. Glynn Percival, manager of Bartlett's tree research and diagnostic laboratory at the University of Reading.

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Watch: Journalist assaulted live on air in LondonThe attacker has since been arrested for threats to kill and possession of an offensive weapon.

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One arrest and knives seized in south east London police operationOne man has been arrested and two knives recovered in a police disruption operation targeting knife crime in south-east London.

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Food For London Now: The women suffering with no escapeDay three of our series on who has benefited from Our Food For London Now campaign focuses on domestic violence victims.

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In Memory of Anne McLeodCity, University of London's School of Health Sciences pays tribute to Anne McLeod, Senior Lecturer in Critical Care and Programme Director for Adult Nursing, who passed away last week.

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A Warm December: Sidney Poitier's Diamond-Grid SuitVitals Sidney Poitier as Matt Younger, widowed father and clinic physician London, Summer 1972 Film: A Warm December Release Date: May 23, 1973 Director: Sidney Poitier Wardrobe Supervisor: John Wilson-Apperson Background Despite its title, Sidney Poitier's second directorial effort A Warm December is actually set during a summer in London.

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Animal BreakdownNight Garden is a new single from London based rock band Animal Breakdown. This song follows up on the success of 2019's debut double single ‘Parting Glass' // ‘Black Horse'.

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George Floyd London protests: Thousands gather in Hyde ParkCityAM - Thousands of people descended on Hyde Park this afternoon to take part in protests organised by Black Lives Matter London.

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Sorry, I bumped into youI was sitting in my cab in Regent's Park I heard a loud thump. On of those Lycraed Lunatics, not looking on his bike has ridden into the back of a car.

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'No justice, no peace': Thousands gather in London after death of FloydThousands of people chanting "no justice, no peace" and "black lives matter" gathered in central London on Wednesday to protest after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Reuters reporters said.

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London fit-out firm falls into administrationLondon-based Square Metre, a £30-tunover fit-out specialist, has fallen into administration. The company, which was revealed by Construction News.

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George Floyd death: Hundreds gather for Black Lives Matter protest in London's Hyde ParkGeorge Floyd died last month while in police custody in the US city of Minneapolis.

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Best away performances by English teams in the Champions LeagueThe second part of our series on the best Champions League performances by English sides away from home focuses on Arsenal beating Real Madrid at the Bernabéu during the 2005/06 season.

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Immersive Great Gatsby to return to LondonAn immersive staging of The Great Gatsby will return to London in October, with social distancing measures in place.

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Arsenal receive friendly proposal from London rivals as Premier League return nearsShould Arsenal consider a friendly with this side in order to get their players back up to match sharpness?

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Thousands take to London streets to protest racism, George Floyd deathThousands of people took to London's streets on Wednesday to protest against racism and the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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Tens of thousands gather in central London to call for justice for George FloydTens of thousands of protesters amassed in London's Hyde Park in an anti-racism demonstration calling for justice over the death of George Floyd.

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Homes England agrees funding packages worth £300m to accelerate delivery of 20,000 London homesHomes England, the government's housing agency, has agreed funding packages totalling £309 million to accelerate construction at three major London housing developments.

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Fixture list will shape police's thoughts on neutral venues for London matchesLondon Mayor Sadiq Khan has expressed misgivings about Premier League matches being played in the capital.

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Choose Art, Give Light to Refugees150 artists from around the world have come together for the Choose Art - Give Light to Refugees online exhibition and auction, which is raising money for Help Refugees.

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Black Lives Matter In London: Ways You Can Support The MovementThe world is facing a lot of soul-searching in the aftermath of George Floyd's death and a wave of protests.

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The story of how workers dug the London Underground Victoria Line"There have been few comparable engineering achievements with such low human error"

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The story of the Victorian children's asylum that gave its name to a London Underground stationThe striking building that looked more like a mansion resulted in the naming of Caledonian Road and Caledonian Market, and eventually the Tube station Caledonian Road.

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The South London locations you can spot in the Killing Eve finaleAfter keeping us at the edge of our seats during lockdown the third season of Killing Eve went out with a bang.

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Legalise electric scooters for 'greener' capital, campaigners urgeElectric scooters should be legalised and allowed to use cycle lanes in London, cycling campaigners said today.

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London Capital and Finance investigation postponedA government probe into the failure of mini-bond provider London Capital and Finance has been postponed by three months, amid frustration from MPs.

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George Floyd killing: US rocked by eighth night of protest and griefProtests continue in the US over the police killing of George Floyd.

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London weather: Exactly when London is forecast to get a 20 day heatwaveLondon weather: The exact day this week when the temperature will dip dramatically.

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Black Lives Matter protests in UK this week: Every protest dateBLACK LIVES MATTER protests have been taking place all over the world, including the UK, over the death of African-American man George Floyd.

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Live updates as London Black Lives Matter protesters gather in Hyde Park in wake of George Floyd deathThe US is currently facing the worst rioting they've seen for decades following the death of George Floyd.

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Rich Mix Disco-in-FurloughAs well as some excellent pun work, the Rich Mix crew is bringing the party this Friday night with Disco-In-Furlough, a livestream cabaret event featuring music, dancing, singing and more.

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The 17 McDonald's restaurants open in London from todayIf you live in these areas and need your Big Mac fix then you're in luck.

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Met police twice as likely to fine black people over lockdown breachesClear disproportionality revealed in number of police arrests and fines in London.

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London City Airport to resume flights at end of JuneCityAM - London City Airport has today announced that it will reopen for commercial flights from the end of June after being.

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