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WESTMINSTER PEOPLE: In his life – café owner, tour guide and ‘Beatles Brain of Britain’ Richard Porter

Richard Porter who runs the Beatles coffee shop in St John's Wood

Richard Porter who runs the Beatles coffee shop in St John's Wood and, below, with Paul outside Air Studios in Oxford Street, 1982

Richard Porter with Paul outside Air Studios in Oxford Street, 1982

Published: 27 May, 2016
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA

The Xtra Diary: 40 years on, Dean Street’s PizzaExpress celebrates its first slice of jazz

Tap Dancer Will Gaines with Buddy Tate, Ray Bryant and Al Grey in July 1979

Tap Dancer Will Gaines with Buddy Tate, Ray Bryant and Al Grey in July 1979. Picture: Max Garr. Below: Stuart Zender 

Stuart Zender

Published: 27 May, 2016

FORTY years ago, a jazz night was launched in the basement of a Pizza Express in Soho. 

LETTERS: Policy on pedestrianising Oxford Street is a shambles

Published: 27 May, 2016

• WHAT exactly have the leaders of Westminster City Council got to say about the recent tragedies in the West End?

LETTERS: The Labour Party should consider that the case to exit the EU just might be right

Published: 27 May, 2016

• IT is disappointing to find that Labour are campaigning for the Remain side. 

LETTERS: Obey the Highway Code and you’ll be abused and tailgated

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Obey the Highway Code and you’ll be abused and tailgated

Published: 27 May, 2016

• I RECENTLY acquired a car having not owned one since the 1970s. 

LETTERS: If the global market wants high-rise it will get high-rise

Published: 27 May, 2016

• A NATIONAL newspaper headline, April 21: “The age of the soaring glass tower is over, says the man who built the Gherkin.”

LETTERS: Under data protection we can’t get the health and care data on loved ones

Published: 27 May, 2016

• IN tragic circumstances I discovered that next of kin have no right of access to care and NHS records.

LETTERS: Some young motorcyclists appear to be wearing armour

Published: 27 May, 2016

• IT is fascinating to observe how some young motorcyclists actually reproduce the events of the Great War of 100 years ago.