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Volunteers take to the streets to ‘say hello’ to Westminster’s rough sleepers

WHAT and St Mungo’s volunteers before they headed out to the streets

WHAT and St Mungo’s volunteers before they headed out to the streets 

Published: 22 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Girl’s killer who escaped justice for 34 years is given life sentence

James Warnock: ‘A grave risk to young women’.

James Warnock: ‘A grave risk to young women’. Above right: Yiannoulla: ‘I cry for her every day,’ said her sister. Below: Ankle chain, one of a number of pieces of broken ­jewellery found at Yiannoulla’s home

Ankle chain, one of a number of pieces of broken ­jewellery found

Published: 22 July, 2016
by WILLIAM McLENNAN

The way we wore... Clothes encounters at Photographers’ Gallery

Bob Morris, Paul Hallam and friends in Brewer Street, 1985

Bob Morris, Paul Hallam and friends in Brewer Street, 1985. Picture: Bob Morris/Paul Hallam/What We Wore. Below: Friends of Carri Munden outside Trash in 1999. Picture: Carri Munden/What We Wore

Friends of Carri Munden outside Trash in 1999

Published: 22 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Stripe tease: London Zoo’s tiger cubs go public

The London Zoo tiger cubs with mum, Melati. Picture: ZSL

The London Zoo tiger cubs with mum, Melati. Picture: ZSL

Published: 22 July, 2016

FORUM: Police must now dispose of the pupils’ fingerprints and apologise to the boys

Murad Qureshi is a former London Assembly member.

Published: 22 July, 2016
by MURAD QURESHI

The Xtra Diary: Homeless charity made homeless seeks new offices

Published: 22 July, 2016

A HOMELESS charity has made a plea for a home, as they prepare themselves to lose their base in Covent Garden.

The Xtra Diary: Charlie wins waiters race as village fete serves up a fun-packed day in Soho

Waiters’ Race winner, Charlie Brown

Waiters’ Race winner, Charlie Brown. Pictures: Don Ryan

Pictures: Don Ryan

Published: 22 July, 2016

WESTMINSTER PEOPLE: Savile Row is a smart move for Kathryn

Kathryn Sargent, who is the first woman to have premises in Savile Row

Kathryn Sargent, who is the first woman to have premises in Savile Row

Published: 22 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Concern over lack of housing as Paddington community squares up to ‘floating Cube’

An artist’s impression of the proposed Bakerloo line station and, below, a CGI image of the proposed ‘Cube’

Published: 22 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Berwick Street development work has caused ‘misery’ to neighbours

Picture: Stephen Champness

Picture: Stephen Champness

Published: 15 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

The Xtra Diary: Noise from Hyde Park gigs ‘puts dampener on Wimbledon final’

Andy Murray. Picture: Francisco Diez

Andy Murray. Picture: Francisco Diez. Below: Stevie Wonder. Picture: Antonio Cruz/ABr

Stevie Wonder. Picture: Antonio Cruz/ABr

Published: 15 July, 2016