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The Xtra Diary: Junk food is off the menu as Quintin Kynaston Academy animals become 'obese'

Quintin Kynaston Academy animals have been enjoying too many treats through the railings

Published: 22 August, 2014

LETTERS: Lack of disabled-friendly housing in the UK is causing misery

Published: 22 August, 2014

• I WANT to draw your attention to the plight of many disabled people who face the misery of living in Victorian conditions.

LETTERS: Fighting to ensure the First World War pacifists are given our respect

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London conscientious objectors at Dartmoor Centre Prison. Photo: Peace Pledge Union

Published: 22 August, 2014

LETTERS: It’s time to come clean over our dirty streets

Published: 22 August, 2014

• IT is quite shocking to see how slovenly and callous we have become over the cleanliness of our streets. 

LETTERS: Since football cage arrived on estate, it kicks off night after night

Published: 22 August, 2014

• ON my estate the installation of a football cage some time ago has led to havoc.

LETTERS: Instilling a love for learning is more important than exam league tables

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Westminster Kingsway College students celebrate their A-level results

Published: 22 August, 2014

Westminster health watchdog slams NHS bosses after botched consultation on GP surgeries

NHS England have been criticised for a botched public consultation on Soho Square General Practice (above) and Milne House in Paddington

New Fathers 4 Justice protesters set up camp on Hyde Park Corner gates

Protesters arrived on the gates to Apsley House in the early hours of Tuesday

Published: 15 August, 2014
by ANGUS BERWICK

It’s official: ‘Don’t feed the pigeons’ in Maida Vale

Posters urging people not to feed pigeons have been placed on trees

Here, there...? Beatles fans insist famous Abbey Road crossing hasn’t been moved

Tourists pose at the famous Abbey Road crossing and, circled, the drain and manhole covers that many Beatles fans believe confirms the location of the landmark