Beth was born as a country bumpkin and adopted London as her home town in 2000 after moving to Alexandra Palace. The next few years were spent shuffling about between north and east London until she discovered the outer reaches of the Central Line and alighted somewhere near Epping Forest amid the sound of cow bells and Range Rovers. News, transport and motoring are her favourite things to write about but she has also developed a thing for flash fiction. She also likes cars, the seaside, films and reading books. She’d like to like going to the gym but actually prefers to sit in the garden with a G&T.
Latest posts by Beth Parnell-Hopkinson
Current budget not enough, says commissioner.
Capital recreated in coloured plastic.
Make pay fair, argues Unite.
East-west route has minor tweaks.
Fencing comes down.
Mayor could miss target to increase public confidence in the Met.
The year begins in walkouts.
The morons are back.