London News Roundup: Is The Tube Coming To Wales?

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London News Roundup: Is The Tube Coming To Wales?
Old tube stock may be used on lines in Wales. Photo by Nigel Bewley in the Londonist Flickr pool
  • Several people injured at King's Cross station after a train smashes into the buffers.
  • Kensington and Chelsea council may have to sell up to 97% of their housing stock.
  • Four-year-old is left behind on nursery trip to London Zoo.
  • One of Brixton's longest-running nightclubs set to close, making way for retail/luxury living space.
  • Welsh train lines might ease overcrowding with surplus London Underground stock.
  • London's docks are back in business. And this time there are robots.
  • Former residents return to Milner Square in this touching video.
  • More restaurant chains — including Draft House and Fortnum & Mason — are not giving the service charge directly to their employees.
  • The Tories are apparently having a tough time selecting a mayoral candidate.
  • Director behind new London Fields film is suing producers for releasing a cut that 'isn't his work'.
  • First they were kept awake by a wedding party, now their tour bus has been given a parking ticket. Welcome to Croydon, the French rugby team.

Last Updated 17 September 2015