'We urge anyone with information about crime in their neighbourhood to get in touch''
He will appear in court today
He remains in custody on suspicion of murder
A top Southwark official has previously said it could have been the work of a foreign government
The increase – equating to 53p more per week for band C properties – would mean an extra £3.2 million collected by the council for its services.
The News understands that Newington ward councillors Eleanor Kerslake and James Coldwell have been hauled in front of their colleagues to answer for their support of the Liberal Democrat motion at November’s council assembly.
Just over half of our readers said they were in favour of another vote on the terms - but a third said they preferred a No Deal Brexit
The donation marks the 100,00th book giveaway during the scheme run by the National Literacy Trust and British Land
Around a quarter of LSBU students come from South East London and the focus of the university remains very much on professional and technical education.
'It’s very rare that students go to Oxford or Cambridge from my community'
Do you know an inspiring teacher?
Lord Justice Mann said residents could consider net curtains, film or even tall plants to to stop tourists seeing into their flats
'I’ve lost faith in them trying to reassure me'
“The experience of many LGBT people is that they go back into the closet when they get into residential care.”
The scheme does not offer the 35% of affordable housing required by the council - and no social housing equivalents at all
Callum Willis, who is a vegetarian, was left 'disgusted and shocked' by the meat inside his supposedly meat-free snack
Awards are 'richly deserved'
Check their tickets every time they play
Pigeons will be observed with a hawk-eye when this ferocious bird of prey is around
The meeting also heard that Grosvenor's figures put a negative value on the Biscuit Factory land - meaning they would not be able to give it away for free
Shocked residents had filmed the council vehicle dumping bags of rubbish on the estate in the middle of the night
The developers say the tower will also bring "significant public realm developments"
Work starts on February 16
Other changes would include a new station on Surrey Canal Road near the Den and additional facilities at Canada Water bus station
The council’s plans say up to 40% of kerbside space could be freed up, with parking spaces turned into ‘parklets’ with plants and seating.
The protest is the fourth called by the IWGB union over the ULEZ charge and will see London Bridge blockaded from 4-6pm
The tunnel has re-opened after being closed for more than 24 hours after a fault was found in its fire safety systems
Feyi Coker, 23, took it upon himself to get a new playground for the estate after seeing children play in unsafe conditions
Currently on the look out for a Head of Lighting and Sound
The event will go ahead as planned despite fears it could be axed over police's safety concerns
Police said they were concerned at a lack of hard barriers used to prevent a vehicle terror attack - but the organisers said they were never asked to provide one
The probe will look into the potential "misapplication of charity funds and possible personal benefit" at the Jela Foundation, the watchdog said
Among the 'key risks' of no deal are disruption to pharmacy supplies, blood products and nuclear medicine isotopes because they cannot be stockpiled
Heritage group says plans for developer to take over are a 'short-sighted move'
Up the Elephant campaign vows to fight on
‘These are mums working hard who do not have the time to formalise their business and work out how to grow’
Despite a long-running campaign to keep the pub open, landlords Michael and Linda have to leave by Christmas Eve
Groups says too many dead pets across London end up in landfill when they could be reunited with their bereft family
Quizzers hope to raise £500
'Women are still dying of breast cancer, and they are dying on a heart-breaking scale’'
'Where the park stands today had once been covered by buildings and houses which were destroyed by war'
Evelina Road branch is at Kristal Pharmacy
The 2019 Southwark Business Awards will launch at a prestigious reception in the Shangri-La Hotel At The Shard tomorrow Thursday, 24th January
'Ofo is adjusting its overseas operations'
The longstanding publicans had been told they needed to be out of their home by Christmas Eve - but luckily they have managed to find a place to stay
Two people were rescued from the burning building
'I remain in awe of the many people we have supported who have suffered but survived the loss of the people dearest to them with both dignity and bravery'
The man was lucky to escape - as firefighters said the house had no working smoke alarms and the hoarded material made it difficult to escape
Gesture of goodwill in recognition of all their hard work
The writer was in a bar on stag do when police stormed the bar and told everyone to get down because of the attack
Julie and Mark Wallace speak of the huge support they received in London after their daughter Sara's death
Julie and Mark Wallace hope to support others experiencing traumatic grief
Medics were on the scene within minutes thanks to Bill and his team
She is believed to possibly be in the South Bank area near to Waterloo Station police said
Richard Rodrigues went missing from his home address in Peckham at about 08:30hrs on Thursday, 4 October
Richard has gone missing several times previously and enjoys travelling on public transport
He was last seen on September 26
Road reopened the same day
Lane 2 is blocked (northbound) at the junction of Penton Place, so use caution on passing.
Traffic is slow on approach with tailbacks along Jamaica Road.
"Individuals from different backgrounds come together to discuss the club’s current initiatives and work to find ways of keeping Millwall at the forefront of battling discrimination in football."
Lewisham mayor, Damien Egan: "We seem to be making progress towards our goal of bringing forward a development that has the support of our community.”
'We are absolutely delighted with the donation and the opportunity it allows the dancers'
Wave Project aims to help build skills and resilience
All the messages are printed in this week's Southwark News - available in all supermarkets and newsagents for 50p
'You feel you’ve seen a side of them that maybe hasn’t come out for a long time'
The money will go towards a project to give victims of LGBT hate crime to meet their offenders and explain the impact of the crime
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