London News Roundup

Rachel Holdsworth
By Rachel Holdsworth Last edited 47 months ago
London News Roundup

Westminster Abbey cloisters (or cloysters, if you're from the 17th century). Photo by Chris Kench Photography from the Londonist Flickr pool

  • Two men were kicked and stamped on by two tutu-wearing men, in a Halloween homophobic attack in Surbiton.
  • After recent visits to Bedford, Corby and Northampton, Boris Johnson is going to be on Letterman next week, probably to promote his book. Hey BoJo, remember you have a job here, right?
  • The British Pregnancy Advice Service was forced to call police after anti-abortion protests became too intimidating.
  • Labour mayoral candidates are complaining the party's selection process is rigged.
  • Smoke and dust caused Oval station to be evacuated this morning.
  • Here's what London looks like in Minecraft.
  • It's all fine: a woman with a "haemorrhagic fever" at St George's in Tooting doesn't have Ebola.
  • A tube map containing only ghost stations, you say? Here y'go.
  • Wayne Hemingway's designed new uniforms for tube staff. Snazzy.
  • Read about a 17th century treasure hunt round Westminster Abbey using 'Mosiacal rods'.

Last Updated 03 November 2014