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Nightclub at the top of Millbank Tower closed down after ‘knife and bottle brawl’

Exclusive Altitude nightclub is on the 28th floor of Milbank Tower

Exclusive Altitude nightclub is on the 28th floor of Milbank Tower, alongside the river in Westminster. Picture: Iridescenti

Rubik’s Cube star dazzles at school!

Portland Place School pupils with Rubik’s Cube expert Maxim Chechnev

Portland Place School pupils with Rubik’s Cube expert Maxim Chechnev

Published: 1 July, 2016

Council rules cause confusion as residents are told to take burglar alarms down

Queen’s Park residents say they are being sent mixed messages

Queen’s Park residents say they are being sent mixed messages over erecting burglar alarms on their homes

Pride: police officers steal the show as thousands celebrate an absolutely fabulous parade

PC Sam Philpot proposed to his partner, PC Martin Coughlan

PC Sam Philpot proposed to his partner, PC Martin Coughlan, during Saturday’s parade. Below: Ab Fab’s Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley turned out to start the parade

Ab Fab’s Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley turned out to start the parade

Published: 1 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

‘Devastated’ MP Buck urges Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn not to remain after Brexit shock

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking on the steps of SOAS

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking on the steps of SOAS in Bloomsbury on Wednesday evening. Below: Karen Buck

Karen Buck

Published: 1 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

Old Bailey murder trial hears how family discovered body of strangled teenager Yiannoulla in 1982

Yiannoulla Yianni

Yiannoulla Yianni. Below: The Yianni family home in Swiss Cottage.

The Yianni family home in Swiss Cottage.

Published: 1 July, 2016
by WILLIAM McLENNAN

WESTMINSTER PEOPLE: In the back-streets of Marylebone, the story of a special bookshop

Tim Meaker among mountains of literature at Archive Bookstore in Marylebone

Tim Meaker among mountains of literature at Archive Bookstore in Marylebone. Below: Colleague Geoff Chapman and Tim’s wife Michele

Colleague Geoff Chapman and Tim’s wife Michele

Published: 1 July, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

70 people are evacuated from Paddington restaurant fire

Published: 1 July, 2016
by LORNA MIRI

SEVENTY people were evacuated from a restaurant in Paddington after a fire broke out on Sunday. 

The Xtra Diary: Hockney on hands, feet, and faces

From LA to London: David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts

From LA to London: David Hockney at the Royal Academy of Arts, with portraits, from left, of Gregory Evans, Benedikt Taschen, John Baldessari, and Martin Gayford. Picture: © David Parry/ Royal Academy of Arts

Published: 1 July, 2016

BIRTHDAY greetings from Diary to David Hockney for Saturday next week, when one of England’s most celebrated artists will be 79.

The Xtra Diary: Graphic novels go gentle

Sarah Lightman

Sarah Lightman: ‘Male-dominated discussions were often not helpful or sensitive to women’ 

Published: 1 July, 2016

The Xtra Diary: Developers have designs on ‘Pole’ site… but we haven’t

Pole designs

A drawing of how the development below the original 'Paddington Pole' would have looked

Published: 1 July, 2016

LETTERS: Jeremy too decent to lead? Get real...

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Principled: Jeremy Corbyn

Principled: Jeremy Corbyn

Published: 1 July, 2016

LETTERS: So the council can no longer afford CCTV...

Published: 1 July, 2016

• AFTER being the most cctv’d place in Britain, Westminster says it cannot afford it any more. 

LETTERS: The EU vote was about class and money

Published: 1 July, 2016

• THE referendum vote all boiled down to money and class: being in the money meaning remaining, being out of the money meaning out.