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Saturday 17 September 2011

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Tweets on 17 September 2011

Simon Hughes MP: it's our job to rein in the ruthless Tories - interview in Sunday's Observer #ldconf

via HootSuite

Some pics of the hidden vaults at London Bridge Station by @suzi187

via HootSuite

RT @jameogreig: Rainbow over London this evening, from Waterloo Bridge

via HootSuite

Simon Calder on the swindlers who prey on tourists at Westminster Bridge

via bitly

Next Saturday you could be having brunch with Arthur Potts Dawson at @roastrestaurant if you win our competition

via bitly

RT @paulsimpson1976: The upside of the rain - rainbow over Waterloo Bridge #se1

via Twitter for Mac

[Forum] Letter posted 1st class in Hartlepool on 15 March delivered today in SE1

via bitly

Great River Race on the Thames this afternoon - hundreds of small boats taking part

via bitly

markgettleson Turns out reason some fencing for works still up in Tanner St Park is that they've found underground rooms - maybe the old workhouse! @se1

via web (retweeted on 12:39 PM, Sep 17th, 2011 via Twitter for Mac)

@bitoclass - display wasn't very big. @PeteBSW1 has some useful pics here which convey most of what you could see:

via Twitter for Mac in reply to bitoclass

The House of Antoni & Alison in Southwark Bridge Road is open today as part of @openhouselondon

via bitly

@bitoclass Near Burger King - but note I think it closes at 10am today not 2pm as first advertised, prob due to Millwall West Ham game!

via Twitter for Mac in reply to bitoclass

Job vacancies posted on 17 September 2011
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