Staff from News UK, Dow Jones and Harper Collins based at the News Building have been given vouchers worth £10 to spend in Borough Market and nearby businesses as part of an initiative to support traders in the area affected by the terrorist attack.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has praised the London Ambulance Service paramedics who walked straight in to gunfire at Borough Market on 3 June to treat the victims of the London Bridge terrorist attack.
The City of London Corporation is to consider plans to loosen restrictions on filming and photography at Tower Bridge with a view to raising an extra £10,000 a year towards maintenance of the famous structure.
Business minister Margot James has agreed to meet Borough Market traders whose livelihoods have been affected by the recent terrorist attack. Ms James's commitment came in response to a question tabled by Neil Coyle MP.
Thursday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2017-06-29
Some stats from the builders of the new Hoxton Hotel on Blackfriars Road pic.twitter.com/EQCtU7RoTy
Traumatised staff unable to face returning to Borough Market after London Bridge terror attack https://t.co/0MZlbAnIKx
New homes in Blackfriars Road marketed to investors in Doha, Qatar https://t.co/lVSCfanOa1
City of London to replace 15 minute fire resistant front doors with 1 hour fire resistant doors dlvr.it/PQlZvz
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