Police say he is the last person to be seen alongside the victim that night in the vicinity of the attack and want to speak to him
Inspector Owen Pyle said most people were understanding the need to socially distance
The six people arrested following from the death of a man and a woman in Stockwell were in their 40s to late 50s
Starmer pledged to 'engage constructively' with the government during the Coronavirus crisis, while challenging mistakes and holding those in power to account.
Cllr John had been due to stand down from the role this month, after a decade at the helm at the town hall
Meetings already affected include a flagship climate change summit
Lib Dems have been pushing the council to generate more income of its own
Council leader Peter John said the QC should focus on 'rehabilitating himself rather than causing more problems'
'Even if people use plastic bottles, they could at least help us and put more of them in the recycling bin,' says Deena from Year Six
Key workers can still send their children to school - but if they can be cared for at home they should be says the government
The facilities will be known after the Countess of Wessex, who is the ballet school's royal patron
Three people are believed to have tested positive in Southwark
The snake has now been called Mavis and will be rehomed
The latest development in the £2.5 billion scheme
Focus is the history of Sunray and Casino cottage estates
The baby-friendly quizzes are now coming to the Old Salt Quay
Burly is spoiled rotten, with his owners spending £15,000 on him in just six months - and now he's Primark's star
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Staff at the South Bank tourist attraction said it was ‘more natural’ for the chick to mature into an adult without a gender
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'From floods across the UK, to bushfires across the globe and record heat in Antarctica, the impacts of this crisis are staring us in the face'
Groundwater flooding is possible
Southwark, London Bridge and Bermondsey stations are now among those where you can get full 4G signal
'TfL should not have to beg for funding year on year'
The Jamaica Road and Tooley St sections of the route are due to be completed by May
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Southwark Council-run scheme will support groups helping those most at-risk of the pandemic, and those affected by drops in income
More than £80,000 has been raised so far
Fears had been raised after businesses were served their notice - but now they won't have to leave
Shopping centre's last day of trading is at the end of July
London Square Bermondsey is hosting a Love Bermondsey event on Saturday 8th February from 12 noon until 4pm in the sales suite at 58 Grange Road, Bermondsey, to showcase some of the best of independent businesses in SE1
'Just because it’s coming down doesn’t mean everything shouldn’t be done properly. We are still here'
The family welcomes everyone that knew Alice Woodgates to join in the live steam
Pops is back to his normal self after the RSPCA rescued him from where he was trapped on Willow Walk
Five residents have won £1,000 each
and 250 food boxes can be delivered a week for shielded residents
Bishop Climate Ministries claim the oil and red yarn will protect against the deadly coronavirus
The Market's managing director says it will now be reviewing the job losses
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The person's injuries are believed to be consistent with electrocution
The man in his thirties is currently in a critical condition in hospital
The Fire Brigade say cause of the fire is believed to have involved an electrical supply
Reg originally wanted to join his local police, but he was just ½ inch too short - so instead he joined the Met
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'
Police say Kymani could be using a bicycle, and is known to frequent Southwark and Lambeth
He could be in Surrey
Mum Lisa Benson is concerned for son Gary's safety
He could be in south-east or east London
"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 Rotherhithe Tunnel has since re-opened fully to traffic, says TfL
Road safety measures will see changes across the borough
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
Board to be tested for coronavirus this week after contact with Forest owner
'It is always a pleasure to welcome Richard into school, and he is a great role model'
Applications close Friday, February 28
An investigation is ongoing into the 'homophobic slur'
His grief-striken daughter said: "Please, please only come out if you really need to or we are never going to get rid of this"
Bermondsey 's Albin says that it will have to further limit those attending burials to family members as the Covid-19 pandemic takes hold
'The impact of the outbreak on the economy will be felt most by those we regularly support' it said
'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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