London News Roundup

By Londonist Last edited 42 months ago
London News Roundup
Two London entrepreneurs have gifted us with the alcoholic lolly.
  • Festival-goers in Tottenham were set upon at the weekend by a group of alleged Neo-Nazis. One man was stabbed.
  • Felix Dennis, co-founder of Oz magazine and publisher of Characters of Fitzrovia, dies.
  • A new study suggests London schoolkids from disadvantaged backgrounds are getting better academic results than other UK children.
  • There is a shocking lack of female engineers, claims Crossrail.
  • London buses might soon have electronic screens saying how many seats are available on the upper deck.
  • Townhouse Studios in Shepherd’s Bush has been sold for £7.5 million and will now be converted into flats.
  • Students from the Royal College of Art introduce Mew, a thing that is part cat, part theramin.
  • The Mirror claims that Lindsay Lohan's been streaking in Selfridges.
  • Fancy an alcoholic ice lolly? You're in luck. Two London entrepreneurs have just worked out how to create them.
  • The Wimbledon Championships is underway. Men's champ Andy Murray starts his campaign against David Goffin.

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Last Updated 12 August 2015