A new survey has shown that half of the businesses operating in London do not have a plan in place to deal with a terror attack or other emergencies.
The US Embassy is now claiming diplomatic immunity over it's $500,000 worth of unpaid congestion charge fees.
London will host this year's EuroPride, Europe's largest gay and lesbian cultural festival, over two weeks in June culminating in a 500,000-strong parade.
Plans to turn the Oyster card into an 'electronic wallet service' have had to be ditched because (ironically) it would have cost too much money to set up.
As of today you can buy a striped 1930s Rolex Prince Brancard (one of the rarest Rolexes in the world) for £18,800 at the art-and-antiques fair at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Image of St Dunstan's in Stepney courtesy of Dave Gorman's Flickr stream via the the Londonist group.
Last Updated 03 May 2006