Extra, Extra

By Rob Last edited 212 months ago

Last Updated 12 October 2006

Extra, Extra
British Museum
  • The charity Campaign Against Living Miserably have pulled their controversial poster campaign featuring a picture of the bus that was blown up on July 7 after a 'wave of protests' fromt he public.
  • Three NHS Trusts in the London area have been told to take urgent steps to improve after being branded as "weak" by a government watchdog.
  • Londoners will have a chance to see the South African national football team play a friendly against Egypt in London next month because they believe they will attract a bigger crowd than if they played at home. The match will probably be at Loftus Road.
  • The world's first-ever printed atlas, dating from 1477, has fetched a record price of £2.1 million pounds at auction at Sotheby's.
  • The Sanderson has been voted the UK`s hippest hotel.
  • Image courtesy of dicksdaily via the Londonist flickr group.