Sealy entered Walworth Police Station and told officers that he had stabbed his mother in June last year
One volunteer even added a lottery ticket to the deliveries, paid for by herself
A string of alleged sex attacks were reported to police in just three hours yesterday
'This is a dark and difficult time for our city'
'I hope examines his conscience in the run up to Christmas' - Neil Coyle
Southwark Council has not responded to the criticism
'I want to make sure that we have even more safe spaces in Southwark where people can access vital information on specialist domestic abuse services'
'The government really has really let young people down miserably on this one'
The majority of Southwark schools are due to stay open in person until the end of term
The school said it had fallen victim to a "large scale" security attack
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'I’m confident the neighbourhood will be proud of these homes'
'We’ve all worked hard to improve services over many years, so it’s a real joy to see our work recognised like this'
It's part of a fund which aims to deliver “ambitious regeneration plans.”
The block overlooks Lakanal House, where six died in a devastating fire in 2009
He was filming the trailer for a new live-streamed gig next month
The attraction would've seen alligators housed in 20m tanks on the busy road
Hawkes Cidery on Druid Street wants people to fill up a glass with a free pint on Thursday
The baby-friendly quizzes are now coming to the Old Salt Quay
The site is a protected area for bats
'Hopefully this will mean mean many more children’s lives being saved'
Buskers outside the Tate Modern have been told to turn 180 degrees and face the river to stop noise complaints
It has given me a sense of belonging in Thamesmead
The attack happened after the victim asked a man to not spit on him
It comes after the likely names for stations on the Old Kent Road have been revealed
'I’d just completed my O-Levels and then that was it; I was on the streets'
'Although passenger numbers may be suppressed at the moment, people will want to travel again for work or leisure, and we are ready to play our part in helping the economic recovery across the network'
'The events of last year really highlighted why we do this and who we are doing this for'
Rosemary has a secret burden to share that is both heartbreaking and sinister
As exciting and new as it is sentimental and moving
This gripping family-friendly story sees brooms coming to life and love blossoming anew
Now those without symptoms can get a rapid Covid test in Southwark
'It’s really important that young people have strong mental health because it impacts everything you do and every decision you make'
But infections could, finally, be starting to fall
They're used to isolate patients who have suspected coronavirus
Fresh round of consultation begins next month as Tooley Street emphasises 'green recovery'
Latest twist in the long-running regeneration controversy gives campaigners a glimmer of hope
A memorial service will be held on November 27, at Southwark cathedral
Final decision will be put to an estate-wide ballot in March
One in three people have relied on some form of debt to simply get by since March 2020
By law treasure finds have to be reported to the coroner
Stunning £800,000 Hove apartment being raffled to raise £100,000 for Rockinghorse Children’s Charity
Robert Branford (1817-1869) was well-respected officer who rose to the rank of Superintendent despite the widespread racism of his time
The proposals would see the former Dulwich Constitutional Club converted
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Borough Market launches ‘Borough by Post’ and national delivery
The driver of the truck is assisting police with their inquiries
A cordon is in place
No injuries reported
58-year-old organiser faces £10k fine
The sentence cut has been awarded in recognition of Gallant's exceptional bravery
The fundraiser has recieved over £1,200 so far - but Roy says he will donate it to charity if he gets his terror attack compensation
First Roy was allegedly placed on an anti-extremism programme - and now he says he's been refused compensation because of his convictions
Over two years on from the attack Roy Larner says he is still homeless and unable to get counselling
She was last seen around midnight on Sunday night / Monday morning
Police are growing increasingly concerned for his safety as Delroy has Alzheimer’s and is not believed to have any medication with him.
He is 'safe and well'
If you see her please call 999
'One of the worst things about it is that it has left the community divided'
"All we are hearing is about the problems – an ambulance driver told me today they are overwhelmed. We could be part of the solution" says a chairman of the London Black Taxi trade
The man in his thirties is currently in a critical condition in hospital
Closed for 'tree works'
Check Everyone Active's website as not all activities will go ahead as usual due to restrictions
Farouk passed away from cancer in November last year
'We hope that Peckham turns out in force to support our guys to bring the cup back to Southwark'
Volunteers set up the community space outside the derelict Grove Tavern
The Cathedral has closed for private prayer and public worship
The former London Underground worker received a BEM from the Queen
'You can’t imagine how amazing it is for the morale of the staff'
'We are deeply sorry for the six precious lives that were lost' - Southwark Council leader Peter John
Dayana Francisquini’s partner Rafael arrived at hospital believing they had been saved, only to find his entire family had succumbed to the blaze
A fashion designer, Catherine had created her own fashion label, Moi Et Cat, and had created several looks for Bjork in her glittering career
£9.5 million worth of work began on refurbishing the boarded up block to bring it back into use, after the council decided demolition wasn’t an option given Southwark’s chronic housing shortage.
A prayer ceremony will be held on Sunday for the victims of the attack as the tributes are moved
The pandemic made housing issues even more apparent
Elephant and Castle shopping centre closed - only for an appeal against planning permission to be granted weeks later
Incredible community effort during COVID-19
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