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It’s all in good taste! Fayre celebrates Marylebone food

The Marylebone Summer Fayre

Left: author Carl Upsall with book about Marylebone. Right: Howard de Walden Estate staff Claire Kennedy and Angela Keogh

Park friends group threatens court action over ‘catwalk in Fields’ London Fashion Week show

Lincoln’s Inn Fields

A catwalk could be erected in Lincoln’s Inn Fields for London Fashion Week later this summer

Published: 3 July, 2015
by RICHARD OSLEY

Colourful Pride parade attracts record crowds in West End sun

Pride parade

This year’s Pride parade made its way down Oxford Street – where it was briefly interrupted by a bomb scare (below) – and Regent Street, before the party continued in Trafalgar Square

Pride parade

Published: 3 July, 2015
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

The Xtra Diary: Notice to quit station is nuts!

Concourse stall owner Karolina Gontarz has been told she must go

Concourse stall owner Karolina Gontarz has been told she must go by the end of July

Published: 3 July, 2015

PROFILE: Soho is ‘historically… rich with achievement’

Soho Society founding member Leslie Hardcastle

Soho Society founding member Leslie Hardcastle

Published: 3 July, 2015
by JANE CLINTON

Lorry company brothers who ‘indirectly caused' man’s death lose licence over cyclist tragedy

Cyclist Alan Neve was killed in High Holborn in 2013

Cyclist Alan Neve was killed in High Holborn in 2013

Published: 3 July, 2015
by WILLIAM McLENNAN

SOHO FETE: ‘The fête shows real people live here’

Soho Village Fête organiser Lisa Sheehy

Soho Village Fête organiser Lisa Sheehy and, below, star turn Ruby Venezuela. Picture: Iona Wolff

Published: 3 July, 2015
by JANE CLINTON

SOHO FETE: Room for an artists’ Colony

Francis Bacon and Tracey Emin. Picture: Piers Allardyce

Francis Bacon and Tracey Emin. Picture: Piers Allardyce

Published: 3 July, 2015
by JANE CLINTON

SOHO FETE: Enter stage write – The Soho Theatre!

The Soho Theatre

The Soho Theatre found a new home at 21 Dean Street

Published: 3 July, 2015
by JANE CLINTON

Sotheby's cleaners suspended for "spraying water pistol" during protest over sick pay

Sothebys protest

The protest in New Bond Street on Wednesday. Picture: Hotel Workers Unite

Published: 02 July, 2015
By WILLIAM McLENNAN

CLEANERS at one of the world's most prestigious auction houses have been suspended for taking part in a protest over sick pay. 

Police appeal for witnesses after bus dispute leaves victim with suspected broken rib

The suspect is a woman with short grey hair who uses a wheeled walking frame 

Published: 29 June, 2015 
By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

POLICE are asking for help in identifying a woman after an argument on a bus, believed to be over a priority seat, left a young woman with a suspected broken rib. 

Police appeal after woman kidnapped in Maida Vale

CCTV shows the female suspect at a cash machine at the BP Petrol Station in Northolt, Middlesex

Published: 29 June, 2015
By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

POLICE are calling for witnesses after a woman was kidnapped in Maida Vale and had money stolen from her bank account. 

Earl backs Candy Udwin, union rep sacked by the National Gallery

Candy Udwin (centre) lost her job last month

Candy Udwin (centre) lost her job last month

Published: 26 June, 2015
by WILLIAM McLENNAN 

MP Buck’s Bill could give renters new powers to force landlords to make repairs

Labour’s North Westminster MP Karen Buck

Labour’s North Westminster MP Karen Buck speaking in the House of Commons

by WILLIAM McLENNAN
Published: 26 June, 2015