Southwark, England Newswire

Southwark, England Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Southwark, England.

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  1. Where is Informer filmed in London?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Radio Times

    The six-part drama stars Paddy Considine and Bel Powley as police officers involved in counter-terrorism, with newcomer Nabhaan Rizwan playing their newly-recruited informant in the War on Terror. Built on the south bank of the River Thames, the estate mainly consists of social housing built from the mid 60s onwards, and has previously been seen on-screen in A Clockwork Orange, Misfits, and The Firm.

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  2. What I Rent: Warren and Jenny, 830 each a month for a flat in SouthwarkRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Metro

    Warren and Jenny have lived together for years. They moved to this flat three months ago But as naturally nosy people, we want to take a look at what renting in London is like beyond the stories of horror housemates and landlords who don't give a toss.

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  3. Two thieving moped bandits chased by police for 90 minutes have been jailedRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | This is Local London

    On August 17 a moped was stolen and used in three mobile phone snatches within a half-hour period in Greenwich. After being spotted by police, who noticed them acting suspiciously and "looking for people to rob", the two men fled on the moped.

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  4. JustGiving to stop taking its six per cent cut for funds donated to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    Fundraising website JustGiving will today announce it will stop taking a cut of some donations following a Daily Mail investigation and criticism by politicians. The website, which is used by Britons to give more than A 400million a year to charities, takes a cut of more than 6 per cent from almost all donations.

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  5. Noel Edmonds prepares to sue Lloyds for A 300m within weeksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Daily Mail

    Noel Edmonds is set to visit Wandsworth prison to meet one of the men at the heart of the HBOS scandal as part of his legal investigation into the bank's activities, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. The former Deal Or No Deal presenter is among dozens of small business owners demanding compensation for his treatment at the hands of HBOS bankers.

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  6. Moped mobile phone bandits who led police on 90-minute chase before ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Mail on Sunday

    Moped mobile phone bandits who led police on terrifying 90-minute chase across south London before crashing into a bus are jailed for more than two years each Jack Green, 22, and Tarik Oliveira, 19, both from Southwark, pleaded guilty yesterday to multiple charges and face 28 and 26 months in jail respectively Two thieves who snatched mobile phones and sped away on mopeds triggering a 90-minute high-speed chase through London have each received prison terms of more than two years. On the afternoon of August 17, a stolen moped was used for three mobile phone thefts in half an hour in Greenwich, the court heard.

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  7. New cycle route linking Stratford and Plaistow opensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Newham Recorder

    Representatives from Newham, Redbridge and Southwark join walking and cycling commissioner Will Norman at the Quietways launch. Picture: Mayor of London's Office The route, known as Quietway 22, runs from Stratford High Street to Newham Way, where it joins Cycle Superhighway 3, which links Tower Gateway DLR station and Barking.

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  8. New cycle route linking Barkingside and Wanstead Flats opensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Ilford Recorder

    Representatives from Newham, Redbridge and Southwark join walking and cycling commissioner Will Norman at the Quietways launch. Picture: Mayor of London's Office The route, known as Quietway 6, features a new two-way cycle track on Forest Drive and a bridge in Valentine's Park.

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  9. Ellie Kendrick And Winsome Pinnock Announced Among New Clean Break TrusteesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 11 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Clean Break has announced three new Trustee appointments in the lead up to its 40th birthday in 2019. Actor and writer Ellie Kendrick and award-winning playwright Winsome Pinnock and management consultant Sara Forbes join the company's Board with immediate effect.

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  10. Fraud costs the NHS a 1.29bn a Year, report revealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 8 | Daily Mail

    Fraud costs the NHS A 1.29 billion a YEAR as officials say the stolen money could be enough to pay for 40,000 nurses or 5,000 new ambulances Patients are conning the health service out of around A 341.7 million, while its own staff are cheating it of A 94.2 million. And the money being lost could be enough to pay the wages of 40,000 nurses or buy 5,000 ambulances, experts say.

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  11. Youth cases have now permanently moved from Camberwell Green to Bromley Magistrates' CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 7 | News Shopper

    This comes amid concerns the closure of Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court announced in February last year, and expected to happen next summer, will place extra pressure on already-stretched courts. A HM Courts and Tribunal Service spokesperson said: "As part of our 1 billion investment to modernise the justice system and deliver better value to the taxpayer, youth cases have now been moved from Camberwell Green to Bromley Magistrates' Court."

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  12. Blue Elephant Theatre - Winter 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | IndieLondon

    Elephant Theatre has announced its 2018 Winter Season and it offers fresh insight into much we think we know well. The season opens with Windrush Square by Monument Theatre Company, a young company who have created a new show about 1980s Brixton based on true stories and accounts.

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  13. Hero cop 'left with no protection to die'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2017 | NEWS.com.au

    Police officers gathered in London on April 10 for the "full force" funeral of PC Keith Palmer, the officer who was killed during the Westminster attack in March. Footage recorded by LBC journalist Rachael Venables shows his funeral procession making its way down Southwark road on its way to Southwark cathedral where the ceremony was due to take place.

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  14. Things To Do Today In London: Wednesday 3 October 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | Londonist

    UNVEILING THE MASK OF YOUTH: One of Britain's most eminent contemporary artists, Mat Collishaw , has created a piece in response to the famous Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I. Now, the time has come to reveal the fruits of his labour. See the grand unveiling of this new commission in the historic setting of Queen's House , free, just turn up, 10am-5pm MR POOTER'S HOLLOWAY: Fiction comes to life on this guided walk inspired by George and Weedon Grossmith's The Diary of A Nobody.

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  15. Housing benefit assessors 'invented fake claimants to steal A 1m from taxpayers'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | Daily Mail

    Lambeth, Kingston, and Barking and Dagenham Councils were cheated in a decade-long fraud which ran between 2006 and 2016, Southwark Crown Court heard. Cowan, his then-girlfriend Natasha Francis, 38, his brother Hugh Small, 39, Cassandra Johnson, 37, Jessica Bartley, 35, Rahel Asfaha, 36, and Alexander Williams, 39, were working for the local authorities at the time.

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  16. What's The Oldest Building In Southwark?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | Londonist

    The London Borough of Southwark extends much farther south than might be realised. Its southern tip scratches the edge of Crystal Palace Park.

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  17. Lewisham Council has spent more than 100k on suspended staff since 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 1 | This is Local London

    Lewisham Council has spent more than 100,000 paying the wages of 21 members of suspended staff, new figures reveal. The council paid the 127,035 over four years, but was not able to break down the suspensions by year or by council service in case any individuals were able to be identified.

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  18. A Look At The Future Of London's TransportRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 28 | Londonist

    As London evolves, so too must its transport network. A cavalcade of tubes, trains, buses and trams, have grown and shrunk to fit London's ever-changing transportation needs over the past 150 years.

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  19. BroadwayWorld UK Awards 2018: Gary Naylor's NominationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 27 | BroadwayWorld.com

    It's usually a tricky task to sieve so varied a catalogue of plays, musicals, operas etc. into the best and the er... not so best, but this year, it's been easy.

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  20. Things To Do Today In London: Monday 24 September 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 23 | Londonist

    NEW GALLERIES: There's not one, not two but four whole new galleries for you to explore at the National Maritime Museum . Whether you're a Tudor history buff, a water baby, or fancy exploring the ice cold ends of the Earth, there's 1,100 shiny new objects waiting to be discovered.

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