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Thursday 11 April 2013

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News & features published on 11 April 2013
Pensioner "could have been killed" by falling hoarding, says HSE

A construction firm has been fined for safety failings after a pensioner was struck on the head by an advertising hoarding while walking past a building site in St George's Road.

Thatcher and SE1: GLC, Lambeth Palace, Rose Theatre and LDDC

Bermondsey and Old Southwark MP Simon Hughes paid tribute to Baroness Thatcher in the House of Commons on Wednesday.

Tweets on 11 April 2013

Thursday recap: today's news, tweets and forum topics

via HootSuite

@v3gb0x Haven't heard anything recently. Police weren't keen on further publicity as proceedings had reached a sensitive stage. Will ask.

via Twitter for Mac in reply to v3gb0x

RT @Livingstone_RJ: Zampa the Lion & me helping to raise the @Millwall__FC flag @ Tooley St today. #comeonyoulions !

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Hytner's National Theatre: who should run it next? via @guardian

via Tweet Button

Want to live next to Shakespeare's Globe on Bankside? Got £10.5 million to spare?

via bitly

[Forum] New Kent Road Gun Shop

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Simon Hughes on #Thatcher: "one of the strongest and most determined leaders that our country has ever known"

via HootSuite

Just published - 85-year-old woman "could have been killed" when hoarding fell on her head in St George's Road

via Google

Just published - Thatcher and SE1: GLC, Lambeth Palace, Rose Theatre and LDDC

via Google

Archbishops of Canterbury put Lambeth Palace gardens at disposal of Lady Thatcher

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TfL: during #Thatcher funeral next Wed, Blackfriars and Westminster Bridges will be closed and Waterloo Bridge will have restricted access

via Twitter for Mac

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