London News Roundup

Rachel Holdsworth
By Rachel Holdsworth Last edited 48 months ago
London News Roundup

Nothing whatsoever to do with the weekend's news, but look at its little face! Photo by vgallova from the Londonist Flickr pool

  • Protesters wanting roads to be 'fit for humans' filled the streets around Oxford Street on Saturday.
  • Dianne Abbott and Margaret Hodge have been setting out their credentials to be Labour's mayoral candidate.
  • One of the men recently arrested on suspicion of terrorism has been released without charge.
  • A woman in South Norwood has been found dead after a house fire.
  • An unmarked police car has hit a 10 year old boy while responding to an emergency.
  • Danish drug reformers have launched a magazine to give drug users a legitimate source of income.
  • In Parliament Square, leaves don't just fall off trees. A gardener picks them off by hand.
  • "Nine Elms is really a slum for rich people": an excellent interview with former City of London chief planner Peter Wynne Rees.
  • Cumberbatch's Sherlock beats Radcliffe's Potter in the top trumps of attracting people to London.
  • 'Your sandwich may pose a terrorist threat, sir': food is being confiscated from crowds watching the ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 Arena.

Last Updated 16 November 2014