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Dogged workouts Yoga exercise for people and pets

a class in Pineapple Studios

Below: Mahny Djahanguiri and her Maltese dog Robbie in Covent Garden and, above, a class in Pineapple Studios.

 
 Mahny Djahanguiri and her Maltese dog Robbie in Covent Garden

Published: 17 April, 2015
by CAROLINE MORTIMER

Dangerous staircase forces closure of tube station

Murad Qureshi and Karen Buck

Murad Qureshi and Karen Buck 

Published: 17 April, 2015

Cyclist death: Why did Westminster Council put the brakes on safety scheme?

The scene of last week’s collision at a Millbank roundabout

The scene of last week’s collision at a Millbank roundabout that led to the death of Moira Gemmill, below

 
Moira Gemmill

Published: 17 April, 2015
by CAROLINE MORTIMER

FORUM: Only legislation can restore the NHS

Allyson Pollock

Professor Allyson Pollock

Published: 17 April, 2015
by ALLYSON POLLOCK

The Xtra Diary: Political blog is back with its own ‘anonymous’ message

 Kirsty Allan, centre, with Miriam Clegg, right, and Lynne Featherstone

On the campaign trail: Kirsty Allan, centre, with Miriam Clegg, right, and Lynne Featherstone

Published: 17 April, 2015

THE rumours of a certain anonymous political blog’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. 

The Xtra Diary: Clergy in ‘mottled and mercurial’ Soho

Reverend Lucy Winkett

Unfazed: Reverend Lucy Winkett

Published: 17 April, 2015

SOHO has never been the kind of place most members of the clergy feel comfortable in. 

The Xtra Diary: Election efforts go Underground

Lindsey Hall's “stronger voice” message

Lindsey Hall's “stronger voice” message

Published: 17 April, 2015

LINDSEY Hall has launched her latest ploy to get Westminster North’s voters attention – Oyster card holders. 

Fire breaks out on Marylebone roof near BBC headquarters

Thick smoke on a roof top in Great Portland Street 

Published: 17 April, 2015 
By CAROLINE MORTIMER

A FIRE has broken out on a roof in Great Portland Street.

Man who mugged pensioner, 92, in Soho is jailed

Published: 17 April, 2015

A HOMELESS man has been jailed for 30 months for mugging a Soho pensioner. 

Dame Tessa on the campaign trail in Westminster North as comedian Izzard brings glitz to general election battle

Eddie Izzard with Karen Buck and Dame Tessa Jowell

Maida Vale chic: Eddie Izzard sporting a two-piece and wearing high heels, with Karen Buck and Dame Tessa Jowell

Published: 17 April, 2015
by CAROLINE MORTIMER

‘Demolished pub should be rebuilt’ – campaign is launched after popular boozer was destroyed without any warning

Graffiti on barriers at the demolished Carlton Tavern

Graffiti on barriers at the demolished Carlton Tavern attacks the decision to pull it down last week

Published: 17 April, 2015
by CAROLINE MORTIMER

‘Hey, we’re still here!’ Soho to lead Record Store Day celebrations

Music fans packed into the streets of Soho for last year’s Record Store Day

Music fans packed into the streets of Soho for last year’s Record Store Day

Published: 17 April, 2015
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Extending Right-to-Buy scheme would be 'disastrous', says co-founder of Soho housing association

Leslie Hardcastle

Leslie Hardcastle: ‘The people we deal with are not the kind of people who can afford to buy houses in Soho, the people who service the ­centre of London, the people who work here, the pe