27 February 2017 | 9 °C

Extra, Extra

By Rob Last edited 125 months ago
Extra, Extra
Hampton Court
  • A relative of a youth arrested in Kennington during the last round of anti-terror raids has contacted the IPCC to complain about the way his family were treated by the police officers.
  • There are reports circulating today warning that, due to legal action brought by builders Multiplex, Wembley may not be ready until 2010.
  • A new permanent memorial, unveiled at the Tower of London this week, commemorates those executed there. It also marks the approximate site of the scaffold and chopping blocks.
  • A burglar has escaped from custody during a trip to Queen Charlotte's Hospital from Wormwood Scrubs. Apparently he "fled out of a hospital window after being uncuffed to go to the toilet," and might be headed towards Paddington.
  • Talks aimed at averting strikes on South West Trains this Friday and next Monday have ended without an agreement.
  • Image courtesy of Tsingtao via the Londonist flickr group.

    Last Updated 06 September 2006