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'The vote was carried unanimously with the exception of the leader.'
Some were worried that the hot weather might exasperate the situation: Firefighters were widely praised in the wake of the
Not only are developers ruining London for the people who actually live here, the development of HS2 is going to destroy some of Britain's most idyllic countryside, all for a train line that many will not be able to afford to travel on.
With one in seven of us now loving the flexible working lifestyle, and the number of self-employed people and freelancers having soared to highest level since records began - the way Londoners are working has changed (for the better we say).
Clothes-lines, coffee and coat-hangers. They're small things when you're staying in a hotel or an apartment but it's usually the small things that either delight you or send you raving mad.
More than 100,000 London-bound rail commuters - a fifth of the overall total - have to stand at the busiest times of the
Flaming wreckage after the crash Mr Barnes, from Berkshire, has been described as "a good guy" who was "full of life and
Updated: 17:57 17 January 2013 - more comments from Chris Barnes The partner of the pilot killed in a London helicopter crash
Two workmen who should have been in a crane that was hit by a helicopter in central London escaped death by minutes because