He has been remanded at HMP High Down
He will be sentenced tomorrow
Man charged with murder will appear at the Old Bailey on Thursday
'All in all, this is too little, too late and fundamentally two-faced' - Lib Dems
That's £292 per word
'We are left with the difficult choice of cutting services or finding new ways to raise income'
'No detainee should be left to bleed for want of a difficult conversation or a cheap tampon'
Total of thirty-two fully funded places
"For some children, it’s their first visit despite it being on their doorstep.”
Bookmark Reading aims to help schools support children who are at risk of not reaching the expected level for reading
It is feared children returning to school malnourished, tired, and unable to learn
Mum-of-four Heather, said: "I want Tideway to know we’re serious, we’re not joking – this is going ahead.”
Same material used in Quebec Quarter as in Barking's Samuel Garside House
A spokesperson said: "There is no evidence yet that this material poses an unacceptable fire risk or needs to be removed."
"XXL is a valued and unique space for many LGBTQ+ people who can’t or don’t feel comfortable in other venues," said ward councillor, Victor Chamberlain
The mural was proudly unveiled in Burgess Park on Friday - but by Sunday, three men were spotted painting over it
They want someone to go to lots of events and get paid £2,000 for it, the pub said
A Time Booth to scream into could come to an office near you, its creators say - as it would be ideal for stressed office workers
Staff had been forced to wear protective gear
The national city park festival will take place from the 19th to 29th of July across London, offering a variety of free events to get connected with nature.
Southwark is trying to go carbon neutral by 2030
There are to be two sessions one being from 2:30pm to 4:30pm; the second being from 5pm to 7pm.
A project which changed the way waste was collected led to a dramatic drop in harmful pollutants, say Better Bankside representatives
The docking station near Waterloo is the busiest on the network - so now TfL chiefs want to bring one to London Bridge
The finding comes from an analysis of 'overcrowding' reports by Google Maps users
Disappointment has been sparked from residents and representatives following the announcement to cancel the £350m project
Police said the man has suffered 'potentially life-changing' injuries as a result of the collision on SE1's Great Dover Street last night
New track Hospital Radio inspired by NHS
'There’s nothing like a nice easy crime read, it can be very satisfying'
Throngs of fans came out onto the road in order to celebrate Algeria's victory over Nigeria
The project has to raise £86,000 by August 12 to be installed - and has just received a 50k pledge from City Hall
A Dulwich resident has received an award from leading charity, Diabetes UK.
'We are very hopeful this treatment will be a game-changer for our patients'
Glaucoma Awareness Week was held calling it the ‘silent thief of sight.'
New date expected to be later this year
Located on 19a Half Moon Lane, Herne Hill, Jarr also plans to host events, workshops, and pop-ups that will focus around learning to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle
The panel included youth mentors, podcasters and campaigners, all working to 'change the narrative' about black men
The application includes a new stadium for DHFC on a 125-year peppercorn lease with 4,000 capacity and the potential to expand to 5,000, and an all-weather and multi-use pitch
First Roy was allegedly placed on an anti-extremism programme - and now he says he's been refused compensation because of his convictions
Police said they have spoken to the daredevil free-climber, but he was not arrested
“Bearing in mind it was a primary school,” he explains, “Seventy five per cent of our students were experiencing homophobic bullying on a daily basis. Whether or not they identified as LGBT+, they were being called queer, faggot, batty boy, lezza.”
A spokesperson did not give an exact date but said the venue would open 'later this summer'
Community projects on the agenda include a drop-in bike repair stop, craftspeople and makers selling their wares, and stalls piled high with antiques and curiosities for the home.
But Sellar fiercely defended the proposal, saying it was the result of extensive consultation with local stakeholders
Four desks available at 133 Rye Lane
A barrister has warned the decision could have implications for future Bermondsey Beer Mile licensing hours
Police appealing for dash cam footage
A witness said: "They disappeared under it [the train] in a flash. The driver could have so easily pulled away"
Police said that the motorist was still inside the car shortly before 10pm
Lithium batteries can explode when wrongly disposed, which is thought to have been the cause of Monday's fire
The inquest into the London Bridge terror attack was opened yesterday and heard moving tributes from families of the eight innocent victims
Anton Sobanski, who was driving the No 40 over the bridge at the time of the attack, rushed to help one of the victims
Kirsty has been dubbed 'The Angel of London Bridge' for her extreme heroism
The authorities are increasingly concerned for the welfare missing of Hayley, who left her home on Friday evening
She could be in Lewisham
Udukheli is just sixteen
Could be in Tulse Hill
Thames Water is estimating it will take three days to fix - which is also when construction begins on Cycleway 4
Planned closures this weekend
Emergency services at the scene
A patient has been treated on the scene and transferred to a major trauma hospital
Algeria beat Senegal 1-0
The park has often played host to athletic events in its 150 years, with meets organised by Cambridge Harriers dating back to 1890 and school sport festivals taking place from 1902
'If it encourages just one little girl to want to put a flag up then it was all worth it!'
Fun includes a Peppa Pig themed session
'Fight Like a Girl' is a brave new musical that focuses around the lives of females in the boxing world.
Originally conceived as a tribute to her grandmother that lives with Dementia
'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.
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