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City Corporation calls on Lib Dems to promote green finance growth The City of London Corporation is calling on the Liberal Democrats to prioritise growth in UK green finance by backing a future regulatory environment which encourages innovation in financial services.
Lewisham chicken shop fight victim named as Omar Smith These are external links and will open in a new window. A man who died after a knife fight at a chicken shop in south-east London has been named as Omar Smith. Two men were found with head and stab wounds in Downham Way, Lewisham, at about 23:55 BST on Friday.
WSL: West Ham Women 1 Birmingham City 0 Adriana Leon's well-taken goal was the difference as West Ham edged victory over Birmingham at Rush Green Stadium.
Billionaire Duke fails in attempt to evict 141 tenants out of council homes Worth an estimated £10 billion, Hugh Grosvenor's property group Grosvenor, wanted the 141 tenants from Walden House, Belgravia, to move 12 miles away, so they could build luxury apartments, shops and social housing by 2023, the Mirror reported. The new proposal would be called 'Cundy Street Quarter'.
Victoria Beckham launches makeup range and targets wellness market After Beckham acknowledged the end of show applause with a smile and a wave, Mirren sought her out backstage to offer some advice, insisting that "before next time, I'm going to teach you how to take a proper bow". Beckham, however, seemed to be focused on how many eyeshadow palettes had been sold in the first day of online sales.
Adelaine Hain obituary Fonteyn went anyway, but the Hains, who had been forced out of South Africa when life became impossible for them, had made another inroad in the British consciousness. Two years earlier, their son Peter had spearheaded a direct action campaign against the touring Springbok rugby team that led to the exclusion of South Africa from world sport.
Edmonton stabbing: Party guests 'chased down' fleeing suspect A man suspected of a fatal stabbing was "pursued and detained" by partygoers at a football club.
Cricket: Essex concentrating on Surrey test Essex face Surrey in the penultimate County Championship match of the season at the Cloudfm County Ground on Monday, with Anthony McGrath's side looking to record their ninth Championship win of the season.
15 Things to do in London this Weekend: 21-22 September 2019 15 great things to do in London this weekend from Tooting's Tootopia to Bruce Springsteen's 70th birthday party and freaky new immersive theatre from Darkfield. Lead image: The Wolf of Wall Street.
Watford v Arsenal Preview followed by live coverage of Sunday's Premier League game between Watford and Arsenal.
Things To Do Today In London: Monday 16 September 2019 Historical fiction, Trump's White House, and The Goonies.
Extinction Rebellion swarms Victoria Beckham show at London Fashion Week Extinction Rebellion have swarmed the Victoria Beckham show at London Fashion week, holding up placards as they gathered outside the Strand venue. Beckham was showcasing her SS20 collection at 180 Strand on Sunday, when protesters arrived outside.
'It's the one day we're not outcasts': Hundreds parade through London for first ever Trans Pride march More than 1,500 people filled London's streets with colour for the capital's first ever Trans Pride march. Organisers said Saturday's parade was both a protest against a perceived lack of rights and a celebration of the community. It was set up because many trans people feel they are side-lined by the wider LGBT+ community.
Edmonton stabbing: Party guests 'sat on suspected killer until police arrived' Guests at a birthday party sat on a suspected killer until police arrived after a 29-year-old man was fatally stabbed in Edmonton, north London, a witness has claimed. The clubhouse manager for Old Edmontonians FC said the commotion began shortly after 8pm on Saturday during a 30th birthday party at the club in Houndsfield Road.
London Trivia: The Sun hits the streets Weekly nuggets of triviality posted every Sunday each with a short essay relating to the day in question along with 10 other pieces of useless information, read weekly or dip in and out.
Aston Villa v West Ham United Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Premier League game between Aston Villa and West Ham United.
Newham 'must improve' youth offender services, watchdog says Newham Council does not "adequately assess" the risk posed by young criminals, according to the HM Inspectorate of Probation. Young people who had committed crimes were also not sufficiently helped to stop them re-offending, a report said. Newham Council said it accepted the findings and would "bolster" its youth offending team.
Whole Beast's Nose To Tail Dinner at Native in SE1 In what seems like a perfect pairing, the duo will be holding a zero waste evening at the zero waste restaurant, cooking meats over open flames.
Kamil Nowak's Aurora Supper Club at the Mountgrove Bothy in N5 Kamil has previously worked in Michelin starred kitchens, so expect something a bit special! Tickets are just Â£37, and there will also be a wine flight available on the night. "Aurora is the Latin word for dawn and goddess of dawn in Roman mythology.
Daniel Britten's Two Night Residency at The Frog Hoxton Please send any tips to [email protected] or via twitter - I'm @LondonPopups Daniel Britten will be in the kitchen at The Frog Hoxton, 45-47 Hoxton Square, on Sunday 22nd and Monday 23rd September 2019, cooking a feast that includes Surrey Veneson Loin, and Toasted Brioche, with a few treats and surprises thrown in.
BBC Proms: Remain campaigners accused of 'hijacking' Last Night of the Proms by waving EU flags Anti-Brexit campaigners have sparked a heated Twitter debate after they proudly waved EU flags at the BBC's Last Night of the Proms. Dozens of audience members wore blue berets as the star-flecked flags fluttered across the Royal Albert Hall for the finale of the eight-week music festival.
Secret Samosa Club's September Residency at The Shrub & Shutter in Brixton Please send any tips to [email protected] or via twitter - I'm @LondonPopups Secret Samosa Club is popping up at The Shrub and Shutter in Coldharbour Lane, Brixton, until the end of September, serving their gourmet samosas and more from 5pm on Tuesdays to Saturdays.
Essex Senior League: Bengal win as Clapton fall to defeat Sporting Bengal United sealed a comfortable 4-0 victory over Ilford in the Essex Senior League while Clapton suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat away at Hoddesdon Town.
London's first Trans Pride march gets 'overwhelming support' Around 1,500 came to London's first ever Trans Pride march which saw people walk from Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner to Soho Square.
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