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Swimmers bid to overturn charges at wild swimming lakes
Campaigners are getting in the swim to try to overturn compulsory charges at a popular London “wild swimming gem”. The...
7th August 2020
School pupils “will find it difficult” to find extra money to pay for travel
School pupils and their families will find it difficult to find the extra money to pay for travel according...
30th July 2020
City of London hostel booked out until next year for homeless
A Central London youth hostel which has housed the City’s homeless during lockdown will offer them respite until winter’s...
28th July 2020
Emotional scenes as first visitors return to Tower Bridge
There have been emotional scenes as families separated by lockdown have met up for the first time in months,...
18th July 2020
£332 million Museum of London redevelopment gets green light
The Museum of London has got the go ahead to transform part of the historic meat and poultry market...
24th June 2020
“Significant return” to work in Square Mile unlikely before September
A “significant return” to office work in the Square Mile is unlikely to happen before September, according to the...
23rd June 2020
Standards Committee will not face Court of Common Council scrutiny
A call for a group of councillors to look into the way the City of London investigates complaints about them...
20th June 2020
Work underway to make Square Mile social distancing easier
Work is getting underway to make getting round the Square Mile easier for the thousands of residents and office...
9th June 2020
City residents urged not to take day trips to exercise
Although Hampstead Heath looks glorious at this time of year, people suffering from cabin fever because of the coronavirus...
14th May 2020
Captain Tom Moore made Freeman of the City in first virtual ceremony
Captain Tom Moore has broken a few records in his time, raising more than £33million for the NHS and...
13th May 2020