Labour and Liberal Democrat members of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority have criticised a proposal to shut the London Fire Brigade Museum.
Platform signs at the new cross-river Blackfriars Station will include the words "for Bankside and South Bank", Network Rail has confirmed.
Tesco Metro in Tooley Street opened on Monday with champagne and a presentation of cheques to two Bermondsey charities.
@zefrog Outside Newman House on the Gaywood Estate (near the Garden Row junction)
@ncameron Not that I am aware of. There is a general plan to increase density of docking stns though, tied to the eastward expansion.
@citycyclists to be clear that item refers to Elephant southern roundabout/junction which has since been vastly improved
@DarrenJohnsonAM That quote is about the southern roundabout (for what it's worth)
Fire authority chair Brian Coleman criticises Boris culture advisor for spending £8k on blue light museum consultant http://t.co/TdAOkpfT
From next month Oyster users will be able to enter Blackfriars tube station via new mainline entrance on Bankside http://t.co/5hScrbXs
Just published - No name-change for Blackfriars Station but signs will say (for Bankside and South Bank) http://t.co/O3alELcU
If you're near City Hall at 1pm listen out for a gun salute at Tower of London for Prince of Wales' birthday: http://t.co/B03yeA6N
No info displayed at Tooley Street eastbound bus stops to explain RV1 diverted till end of year
In Borough High Street they are handing out Strepsils taste test samples (flavoured lozenges without the actual antiseptics)
Fire chairman Brian Coleman accuses @metpoliceuk of blocking plans for a "blue light museum" of London emergency services. Full story later.
Brian Coleman accuses opponents of London Fire Brigade Museum closure of "huffing and puffing". Plenty of swipes at rest of GLA family too
Shambles at @londonfire HQ - receptionist denies knowledge of finance committee meeting, leaving press & public in foyer while mtg starts
Closure of London Fire Brigade Museum part of budget submission to be considered by LFEPA finance cttee this morning http://t.co/FH2Q5Or6
Apparently Tesco is giving out Oyster card wallets at London Bridge Station with £3 vouchers for new Tooley Street store
We published 6 stories yesterday: Waterloo Library, Elephant & Castle, Tooley Street, Remembrance Sunday & more http://t.co/BCjgwXz9
10am - Ribbon-cutting, cake and champagne at new Tesco Metro in Tooley Street
Myleene Klass launches Coca-Cola's Christmas truck tour at Potters Fields Park http://t.co/c3uFNu0u
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