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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.

Last Updated 06 February 2014

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"?)