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Skyscraper at 55 Gracechurch Street approved by City planners
A 29-storey skyscraper which could bring 700 to 1,200 jobs to a “strategic” spot in the heart of the...
27th January 2021
Half of City coronavirus cases registered in past four weeks
Half of the coronavirus cases ever recorded in the City of London were registered in the last four weeks...
15th January 2021
Barts Health NHS Trust pressure rising because of Covid spike
London’s largest hospital trust has moved into a “high pressure” phase because it is treating high numbers...
22nd December 2020
City MP “very disappointed” by Tier 3 Covid restrictions
London’s move up into Tier 3 was greeted with “disappointment” by MP Nickie Aiken. The MP for the Cities for...
14th December 2020
Covid plasma donors needed as NHS braces for winter surge
Covid hit me like a steam train,” recalled postal manager Stephen Craib who is urging fellow coronavirus patients to...
7th December 2020
City flat door failed fire test in less than five minutes
Glass above a door to a flat in a high rise tower block in the City failed...
3rd December 2020
Reviving economy will be the biggest challenge after Covid
The economy will be the biggest challenge in Westminster over the winter according to the council’s chief executive. Stuart Love...
1st December 2020
Tributes made one year on from London Fishmonger’s Hall attack
Tributes have been paid to the two people who were murdered and those who tackled the man who brought...
29th November 2020
City of London to use £268k to clamp down on peanut sellers
Eagle-eyed licensing officers will be patrolling some of central London’s most famous bridges in a bid to...
24th November 2020
Temporary mortuary being prepared should second wave of Covid hit London
A temporary mortuary is being prepared to cope should the second wave of the coronavirus hits hard in London. During...
21st November 2020