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LETTERS: Stop the privatisation of Berwick Street market

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Published: 5 August, 2016

• THE Labour West End Team are backing calls to halt the privatisation of Berwick Street Market with immediate effect. 

LETTERS: Sign up for the charity Veg Pledge

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Published: 5 August, 2016

• PEOPLE across the country are getting involved with a new charity initiative called the Veg Pledge.

LETTERS: Making proper space for cycles is justified

Published: 5 August, 2016

• Making proper space for cycles, which now regularly outnumber cars, is clearly justified. 

LETTERS: Party - but not at your neighbours’ expense

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Published: 5 August, 2016

• THE first real week of summer, and it has been lovely to see the community making the most of it. 

Berwick Street traders clash with council officials over plan to privatise Soho market

Berwick Street

Campaigners including Robin Smith (wearing hat) and Labour’s Cllr Paul Dimoldenberg (centre at the back) pictured after Tuesday’s meeting

Parent action group set up to tackle youth violence issues plea to find a new home

Angela Singhate

Angela Singhate: ‘It will be a real shame and a huge loss to community if we can’t find another space’

Published: 29 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Eat up your greens! Could duckweed from Regent’s Canal be the latest super-food?

Tim Mulligan says some people say the duckweed looks like pea soup

Tim Mulligan clearing duckweed from the canal: ‘I see plenty of ducks tucking into it, so I guess it could be the next super-food craze’

Published: 29 July, 2016
by TOM FOOT

Woman whose life was saved at St Mary’s takes part in £16k charity walk for Paddington hospital

Some of those taking part in Sunday’s charity walk

Some of those who took part in Sunday’s charity walk. Below: Selina Norfolk in hospital

Selina Norfolk in hospital

Published: 29 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Police warn of difficulties facing ‘bored’ youngsters who may be lured into summer crime

Queen’s Park ward officer PC David Hammond

Queen’s Park ward officer PC David Hammond: ‘We try and get away from criminalising people of young ages’