The London Assembly still hasn’t found what it’s looking for.
A big week for taking stock of London’s traffic.
The rest of today’s news.
We asked a scientist.
We probably could have guessed this, but a study has shown cyclists inhale twice as much soot as pedestrians.
Thursday’s round up features some newly employed hawks, and some very shiny eggs.
Good day for old relics: Medusa’s head, Al Capone’s gun, and George Michael all feature.
Friday-shaped news. Including something uncharacteristically helpful from the EU. Now we’ve got your attention, eh?
Dirty City by beechlights Forget that swine flu outbreak a moment — we’ve already got a more deadly airborne threat. An assessment by the London Assembly’s environmental wing claims that the capital’s air quality causes 2,905 deaths each year — a suspiciously accurate figure, and …