London News Roundup

Rachel Holdsworth
By Rachel Holdsworth Last edited 54 months ago
London News Roundup


  • Two women are critically ill in hospital after being hit in two separate incidents: one by an unmarked police car in Hackney, another by a black cab on Westminster Bridge.
  • A 72 hour tube strike is still scheduled to start 9pm Monday. Read the BBC's Tom Edwards on how negotiations have been going.
  • Minicabs appeal to use bus lanes during the strike.
  • Another boy, this time 13 years old, has been charged with murdering a man in his home during a break-in last month.
  • Felix Magath apologises after Fulham are relegated from the Premier League.
  • That Stealing Banksy? exhibition turns out to have been testing interest for a street art museum.
  • The Stealing Banksy? people are working with Ajit Chambers, who wants to run attractions in disused tube stations. The Telegraph has a profile.
  • Watch out for a new play about a London mayor with ambitions to run the country.

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Last Updated 04 May 2014