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06 February 2014 | General News | By: Rachel Holdsworth

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Farringdon: not actually closed, just this entrance

General News

  • A lorry driver's been arrested after not stopping at the scene of a collision with a pedestrian on Mansell Street. The pedestrian has died.
  • London Assembly report says some police are "routinely ignoring" our rights on stop and search.
  • Young's pubs say Kentish Town locals are killing off the Bull and Gate while trying to save it.
  • 'Plebgate' police officer Keith Wallis has been sentenced to 12 months in prison.
  • Soon you'll be able to (remotely) drive a robot around Tate Britain at night.
  • The delayed Shangri-La hotel will open at the Shard in May.
  • Not sure where in London you should live? Ask Buzzfeed.


  • Fulham residents who thought they'd fought off cycle hire docking stations in Ranelagh Gardens confused to find TfL's won an appeal they didn't know was happening.
  • Half price Dangleway fares for Greenwich and Newham residents.
  • Bus passengers on a C10 rebelled against an early turnaround last night.
  • Not London-related, but if we think we have transport problems, look at poor Rio.
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Andrea Casalotti

Come on Londonist, you can do it, you can say that the pedestrian was killed, It is OK: saying the truth will not harm you or send you to jail. (Did you notice the Evening Standard's title: "Lorry driver arrested after pedestrian is killed in Whitechapel"?)