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LETTERS: Westminster’s loos are– going down the pan

Published: 31 October, 2014

• HAS any else noticed how the standard of the public toilets in Westminster has “gone down the pan”?  

Homeless mum who refused Milton Keynes move ready to fight on after High Court appeal fails

Westminster housing officials have defended their decision to offer mother-of-five Titina Nzolameso a new home 50 miles north of London

Published: 31 October, 2014
by WILLIAM McLENNAN

FORUM: Let’s raise money from empty sites – even Adam Smith saw the merit in a land valuation tax

Above: Assembly Member Murad Qureshi, who wants a new commitment to a land valuation tax and, below, The old Middlesex Hospital site which lay empty for years

Published: 24 October, 2014

HEALTH: X-ray staff take to the picket line over low pay

Radiographers taking industrial action outside UCLH

Published: 24 October, 2014
by TOM FOOT

The Xtra Diary: Art or pornography? Decide for yourself at the Egon Schiele exhibition

Egon Schiele (1890-1918), Crouching Woman with Green Kerchief, 1914, pencil and gouache, 47 x 31cm, The Leopold Museum, Vienna.

Published: 24 October, 2014

Play experts drafted in to pick up a paintbrush with young children in hospital

Lily Worwood and play specialist Asun Fierro painting

Published: 24 October, 2014

Pub’s licence suspended following ‘sex assault’

Published: 24 October, 2014

A PUB in Harrow Road has had its licence suspended after an alleged sexual assault took place there earlier this month.

Gigantic ‘For sale?’ sign protest in Hyde Park at new plans to charge sport fees

Aerial view of the finished sign in Hyde Park and, below, being prepared

 

Published: 24 October, 2014

CHARITY campaigners unveiled a 100ft ‘For Sale’ sign in Hyde Park. 

Museum of Comedy’s plan to sell alcohol fails to amuse the neighbours

Comedian Sarah Millican. Picture: Adrian Long

Published: 24 October, 2014
by WILLIAM McLENNAN

Holborn Library opens its archives – and ceiling – to an exhibition on ‘imaginative journeys’

Above: ‘Letraset’ figures stroll across Holborn Library ceiling and, below, ‘Clayton’ slumps in the archives

Published: 24 October, 2014
by ALINA POLIANSKAYA