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Charles Booth's Victorian Poverty Map Is Now Online

Charles Booth's Victorian Poverty Map Is Now Online

Lose yourself in an interactive history adventure | By Zoe Craig
Can Students Really Afford To Live And Study In London?

Can Students Really Afford To Live And Study In London?

Accommodation costs are soaring, say unions. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Preview: LSE Space For Thought Literary Festival 2013

Preview: LSE Space For Thought Literary Festival 2013

Thought provoking events with guests including Pat Barker, John Finnemore and Ken Livingstone. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

More London-oriented trivia for a Monday morning. | By Dave Haste
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

End of the day, end of the week news. | By SallyB2
TONIGHT: Debate On Phone Hacking At LSE

TONIGHT: Debate On Phone Hacking At LSE

Listen to David Aaronovitch, Guido Fawkes and others discuss the scandal. | By Dean Nicholas
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

News. In which due respect is paid to Chopin, Lionel Logue, and Bordeaux. | By SallyB2
LSE Board Backs Tuition Fees At £8k

LSE Board Backs Tuition Fees At £8k

The London School of Economics board has rejected tuition fees at £9k, potentially making an LSE degree the cheapest in town. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Condemned LSE Hospital Building Becomes Gallery

Condemned LSE Hospital Building Becomes Gallery

Themes of architecture, medicine, creativity, destruction and decay breathe life and death into a building that won't be here for much longer. | By M@
Book Grocer: 16-22 February

Book Grocer: 16-22 February

The week ahead in literary London: festivals at the LSE and YARNfest, book swaps for grown ups and smaller people, Liz Lochhead and Andrew Motion provide a big name poetry fix, a housewarming party and a man called Zolan Quobble. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Extra Extra

Extra Extra

Midweek news, including two London giants which are just about to get even bigger. | By SallyB2
Lit Preview: Firestation Book Swap On Tour

Lit Preview: Firestation Book Swap On Tour

One of our favourite lit events, the Firestation Book Swap, is coming to London for two dates in February with great authors, irreverent chat and lots of cake. | By Rachel Holdsworth
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

More trivia for a Monday morning. | By Dave Haste
New LSE Student Centre Approved

New LSE Student Centre Approved

By Dean Nicholas
Last Minute Listing: Crisis Talk @ The Counting House

Last Minute Listing: Crisis Talk @ The Counting House

By M@
Lit Preview: Space for Thought Literary Festival @ LSE

Lit Preview: Space for Thought Literary Festival @ LSE

By Rachel Holdsworth
Last Minute Listing: Cold War Lecture @ LSE

Last Minute Listing: Cold War Lecture @ LSE

By M@
Art On Kingsway: "Square The Block"

Art On Kingsway: "Square The Block"

By Dean Nicholas
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

By SallyB2

Mayor In Favour Of Immigrant Amnesty

By Dean Nicholas
London Rules in Research

London Rules in Research

By Rachel Holdsworth
Weekend Round-Up

Weekend Round-Up

By SallyB2
London On The Cheap

London On The Cheap

By paulcox

Ups And Downs On The LSE

By Amanda
Extra, Extra

Extra, Extra

By Dean Nicholas
Monday Miscellanea

Monday Miscellanea

By Dave Haste