Extra, Extra

By sizemore Last edited 154 months ago
Extra, Extra
  • Paul Dadge, the ex-fireman who helped survivors of the July 7 bombings has criticised the ambulance service for its response to the attacks.. The Review Committee heard from 13 survivors and is expected to reveal its findings at the end of May.
  • Police investigating the murder of Sally Anne Bowman are now trying to trace one of her regular customers.. The man who visited the hairdressing salon where she worked is not considered to be a prime suspect.
  • A witness at the Old Bailey trial of seven men accused of plotting an al-Qaeda bombing campaign has told how he decided to fight the US despite his mother being caught up in the 9/11 attacks. He has been given immunity from prosecution in the UK in exchange for his evidence. The seven are accused of planning to blow up a shopping centre and a night club as well as attempting to gather material to make a "radio-isotope bomb"
  • The new Livingstone row looks set to rumble on. Ken still refuses to apologise to the Reubens, but has apologised to the people of Iran - "I would offer a complete apology to the people of Iran to the suggestion that they may be linked in any way to the Reuben brothers".
  • If you're sick of friends coming to stay on your couch then why not book them a room at The Savoy's new Monet Suite Experience? Dinner with fine wines, cocktails in the famous American bar and buffet breakfast, will only set them back £2,600. Bit steep? There's always the budget version, a snip at £720.
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    Photograph courtesy of naughton321 via the Londonist Flickr group.

    Last Updated 24 March 2006