The knife was part of a model-making tool kit
The attack took place on Warner Road, where Phillips and Piasecki lived
'I was one of the first people on the scene following a stabbing incident that took place just over the border of my constituency,' she told the House of Commons
Latest controversy after the decision not to have an all woman shortlist
'Anyone saying the last four years don’t need to be criticised is missing how we win back the support of the public'
The public meeting will be held at 2pm on Saturday, January 18, at Lambeth Town Hall
There has been a rise in exclusions in the last two years
Working closely with its existing Crystal Palace campus the grounds will be used to develop horticulture, garden design, turf management, environmental conservation and arboriculture courses
The artists kindly gave their time for free
'Bursaries are an engine of social mobility and they should be available to all who pass our entrance examinations, irrespective of their background' says school's head
"We have come across a number of decisions by Southwark council using NowMedical to deny homeless duties to incredibly vulnerable people," allege housing campaigners
The rent hike would net the council an extra £5million according to a report to be considered tomorrow
“We’re fed up with them cancelling our meetings," said TRA treasurer Jacqueline Willis
'Homes that have a special purpose – to help some of our older residents stay happier and healthier in their own home'
"The busy and noisy environment of a property on the Old Kent Road is no place for a wild animal," said an animal rights charity
Staff at the South Bank tourist attraction said it was ‘more natural’ for the chick to mature into an adult without a gender
He was caught on camera stamping Guy Fawkes' head off a spike and carrying it under his arm
Michelle believes she will be the first 'pearly' to attempt a wing-walk in her full ceremonial gear
Consultation on safety measures will begin within weeks
The charity is donating free trees to community groups and schools
Held at the Lordship Pub - and free
But there's still disruption in Bermondsey along the route warn officials
The group hopes to get the Mayor to overturn the scheme - and if not, pledge a legal challenge
The yellow cab is being ditched in favour of a green alternative
'This children’s literary festival has been many years in the making' - Tamara Mcfarlane
Isabella is one of five shortlisted from 300 applications
In all portraits the men are wearing a black hoodie, championing the idea 'I am not my stereotype'.
The pledge means lowest-paid workers at the Trust's hospitals will get a pay boost to meet the cost of living in the capital
Gary Davis used 60,000 LEGO pieces to make the hospital model, with the help of staff and children
King’s runs the largest insulin pump service in the UK
Some transfusions can only use men's blood
it is expected both will start trading in the coming months
However the new venue will not be like XXL - which had catered specifically to gay 'bears'
The scheme is almost certain to ahead
He had been grilled on the issue of transport overcrowding in Canada Water by Assembly Member, Caroline Pidgeon
Entry is free
Families devastated as community nursery faces eviction with rent raised nearly threefold
“We never judge at Battersea and we strongly advise anyone who is struggling to look after any cats in their home to please bring them into Battersea or your local rescue centre," said Cattery manager Rachel Saunders
Suitable for children aged 0-7
The dog-friendly café is open 9am to 4.30am during winter
One of the staff during April's raid "attempted to escape and was arrested in the street," said police
Planning documents were submitted to Southwark Council before Christmas
Three people have been arrested and bailed
The deceased has been named locally as Jason Bent
The driver of the lorry has not been arrested and is helping officers with their enquiries
Paramedics arrived in under three minutes but were unable to save him
The Coroner offered his sympathies but said the present arrangements on the bridge do not put lives at risk
Over two years on from the attack Roy Larner says he is still homeless and unable to get counselling
The terrorist attack, two years ago today, claimed the lives of eight innocent people and wounded many more
The court was shown CCTV footage of the attack on Roy Larner, dubbed the 'Lion of London Bridge'
He could be in Surrey
He was last seen by his family on Sunday
Robert's family are especially worried as he has bipolar disorder and is not thought to be taking medication
Both are 'safe and well'
Closed for 'tree works'
Five million pounds is expected to be spent on the 46-year-old bridge and it could mean that from March next year it will be closed to drivers apart from buses, taxis and cyclists
From Monday (December 2) any drivers caught will receive a fine for each journey through the tunnel.
Woolwich Ferry has been suspended due to a technical fault.
An investigation is ongoing into the 'homophobic slur'
The winner will be announced on December 16
'He inspired, he pushed, he asked questions, he laughed – he made us the best versions of ourselves, on and (more importantly) off the pitch'
"Local children are going to be excluded. These are some of the last free to use all-weather pitches in the borough.”
Dean will be running under the number 10209 - Harvey's date of birth
'A wonderful man with true Labour and community values' - Lord Kennedy
The coffin is pink and blue
Donations to two chosen charities are requested in lieu of flowers
'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
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