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News & features published on 29 August 2018
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Public water fountains coming to Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals

Public water fountains are to be installed at Guy's Hospital near London Bridge and St Thomas' Hospital close to Westminster Bridge as part of a new network of fountains and bottle refill points promoted by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan.

Tweets on 29 August 2018

Just published - Public water fountains coming to Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals dlvr.it/QhSZL0

via dlvr.it

darryl1974 Not sure what this says about the users of Waterloo station, but the number of self-help books in the Foyles there is almost overwhelming.

via Tweetbot for iΟS (retweeted on 4:57 PM, Aug 29th, 2018 via Twitter for iPhone)

Canary Wharf Group says Bakerloo line extension should run to Charlton via Surrey Quays and CW.

They also say that… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

via Twitter for Android

JambusterLondon A301 Waterloo Road (SE1) (Southbound) at the junction of Pearman Street - Carriageway blocked following a collision… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

via Jambuster (retweeted on 1:59 PM, Aug 29th, 2018 via Twitter for iPhone)

WaterlooFB This week we would love donations of: - Tinned Fruit 🍉 - Coffee ☕️… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 12:00 PM, Aug 29th, 2018 via Twitter for iPhone)

coyleneil Thanks @Twitter for removing a couple more abusive accounts I reported. If only Labour acted so fast to remove abusive members.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 9:59 AM, Aug 29th, 2018 via Twitter for iPhone)

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