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‘Stop the pillage of London’s heritage,’ say Soho protesters

Soho action: outside Madame Jojo’s. Picture: Aimme Ren

Soho action: outside Madame Jojo’s. Picture: Aimme Ren. 

Support rich cultures, not property vultures

Published: 27 March, 2015
by CAROLINE MORTIMER

Royal Parks in U-turn on ‘pay-to-play’ fees

Flashback to 2013 and 2014: protests against fees

Flashback to 2013 and 2014: protests against fees

Published: 27 March, 2015
by WILLIAM McLENNAN

It’s switch off the engine or pay up as ‘vehicle idling’ motorists face £20 fine

Published: 27 March, 2015

MOTORISTS who leave their parked cars with the engine running could face fines. 

Union urges escalation in battle of staff against gallery’s privatisation bid

People’s Inquiry: Tuesday’s meeting

People’s Inquiry: Tuesday’s meeting 

Published: 27 March, 2015
by TOM FOOT

The Xtra Diary: Dame Judi shines at St Paul’s

Dame Judi Dench with sculptor Bruce Denny

Unveiling: Dame Judi Dench with sculptor Bruce Denny and, below, his new work The Conversion of St Paul

Bruce Denny's new work The Conversion of St Paul

Published: 27 March, 2015

THE solar eclipse which came to London on Friday was perfect timing for the unveiling of a new statue at 

The Xtra Diary: Critic takes a jab at ‘meltdown’ Mayfair

Published: 27 March, 2015

AS the many public figures who have come into his crosshairs over the years can attest, AA Gill is not one to mince his words. 

FORUM: It’s time to walk (or ride) away from our obsession with cars

Peter Hartley speaking out at a cycling safety protest

Peter Hartley speaking out at a cycling safety protest

Published: 27 March, 2015
by PETER HARTLEY

‘New chapter’ for school as Quintin Kynaston puts troubles behind it with move into new building

Quintin Kynaston staff and pupils celebrate officially moving into new premises

Quintin Kynaston staff and pupils celebrate officially moving into new premises with the cutting of a ribbon

Quintin Kynaston staff and pupils celebrate officially moving into new premises

Published: 27 March, 2015

QUINTIN Kynaston school marked “not a fresh start but a new chapter” on Wednesday as it unveiled its new building.

Why is our favourite pub serving homes and not beers? Regulars stunned after finding estate agent operating in bar

Champion Estates signs cover those of the Star at the St John’s Wood pub

Champion Estates signs cover those of the Star at the St John’s Wood pub

Published: 27 March, 2015
by CAROLINE MORTIMER

Facebook funeral gives music expert Stephen a fitting send-off

Friends at West London Crematorium for Stephen Doran’s funeral

Tuesday’s ceremony: friends at West London Crematorium for Stephen Doran’s funeral and, below, Theo Morgan holds up the West End Extra as Ray Johnston looks on

Theo Morgan holds up the West End Extra as Ray Johnston looks on

Published: 20 March, 2015
by CAROLINE MORTIMER

The Xtra Diary: Pride of place for Gandhi bronze

Published: 20 March, 2015

DIGNITARIES were in Parliament Square on Saturday to mark the unveiling of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948).