Populist: July 19-25

Dean Nicholas
By Dean Nicholas Last edited 112 months ago
Populist: July 19-25

A round-up of our most popular posts from the past seven days, and what made the news in London this week

  • The death of the world's oldest man, London-born Henry Allingham, was marked
  • The Tories promised to evict Brian Haw from his Parliament Square perma-protest
  • Boris Johnson denied he and David Cameron had a Bullingdon Old Boys bust-up
  • South London suffered a major power cut, though most of the media didn't seem to care
  • Police (allegedly) enjoyed a sex orgy in a Kennington pub
  • The beginning of the end arrived for the hapless bendy bus
  • Chef Anirudh of Moti Mahal talked about the Grand Trunk Road menu Londonist got swine flu. The world did not end.
  • Hot tickets in town: Pearl Jam and Troilus And Cressida
  • The city's oldest working television was shown off
  • Transport for London revealed a peculiar policy when it comes to station lighting
  • Does art have a place at the bus stop?
  • Last Updated 25 July 2009