He received the medal from the Queen today for his bravery in rushing the London Bridge attackers unarmed
"We would far rather someone alerted us and for it to be a false alarm, than for us to miss a chance to investigate'
His actions saved lives by giving people time to run away from danger
The firm allegedly took £17,000 in profit from donations to victims of the London Bridge terror attack last June
Neil Coyle, Labour MP for Bermondsey and Old Southwark, said the Lib Dems failed to recognise the hurt of the 1983 campaign
'Despite foreign office assurances, political violence and intimidation continues'
Harman said youth violence 'can be tackled'
The new Wi-Fi at the library means that people without internet at home can download things in seconds
The union said staff had seen a real terms fall in pay
Team cycled from London to Brighton to raise cash for sport
The new principal roles are being advertised immediately and current staff have been told there are no planned redundancies.
'We concluded that our involvement would be cosmetic rather than constructive’
Organisations should apply before the October 10th deadline in order for their proposals to be considered.
'We know it’s happening, and we are taking a wide range of steps to address it'
A mother and her two children escaped from the blaze unharmed
The blistering phaal contains Scorpion chillies - ranked among the hottest on the Scoville heat scale
The I Move London Relay will attempt to break the world record for longest continuous relay as well as raise money for charities helping young people deal with homelessness, gangs, and mental illness.
“We’re over 50, but we aren’t dead yet.”
Bat is now back in the wilds of south London
'Long live fish and chips!”
'What a great way to learn about the small changes we can all make to create a big difference'
Experts have warned that the public should stay away
'We’re determined to learn from what happened at Peckham Rye'
Police have named the 82-year-old pensioner and grandfather as Peter Harris
There are no laws in place to stop dockless bike operators setting up in the UK
The fundraiser raised nearly a quarter of its target in just a week
The shortlisted nominees are now open to for the public's votes to decided who gets honoured with a Southwark Blue Plaque
The gallery's former Boiler House will be renamed in honour of Natalie who leads community projects in the local area
'It is a play really influenced by my background and upbringing'
'That wait could have cost me my life'
'It’s the wrong tool for the wrong problem' says Amnesty International
Many don't think smoking shisha contains tobacco due to its fruity and sweet flavourings
The royal couple are attending a two-summit in tackling mental illness
20,000 new homes planned for the area
'I used to play in some of these buildings so it’s a bit weird for me, but it’s all for a good cause'
Nico Palumbo has transformed a disused space into an "oasis of greenery"
The number they are trying to beat has nearly trebled
'The ball promises to not only be a fantastic night out but your support at this event will help us continue and build upon our great work to date'
'We are enormously proud of Lois for her swift actions, for remembering what to do, for embracing the situation, and doing the right thing'
One unhappy customer said the move had brought "total chaos" to parcel deliveries
'They were thrilled to hear about his success'
Cusine with a South American and European twist
Morrison's said they rolled out the idea after the positive feedback from the community in Peckham
'Grandad, you will never understand how much I loved you. Why was you taken like this?'
She is believed to have been in her twenties
Big-hearted fans raised almost £10,000 which will go to restoring a historic 1965 ambulance
Any update on the 'collision' to follow...
Others were honoured for their role in the horror last week - but Roy missed out
Julie and Mark Wallace hope to support others experiencing traumatic grief
Medics were on the scene within minutes thanks to Bill and his team
Food bank manager was waiting for a bus when attackers struck
Richard Rodrigues went missing from his home address in Peckham at about 08:30hrs on Thursday, 4 October
If you see him call 999
Last seen near Guy's and St Thomas
Seventeen-year-old Terence Maccabee, last seen in Southwark over three weeks ago on 27 August
He was sentenced fifteen months imprisonment, with half to be served on licence, after being found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving.
Road closed after a collision...
Traffic signals faulty...
Lane blocked on Peckham High Street A202
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