A gun-toting 'SWAT team' was seen at the entrance to St George's Cathedral on Wednesday as a film crew took over the building to shoot scenes set in New York.
A further £5 million of public money will be paid to the Garden Bridge Trust to meet the failed charity's winding-up costs, including reimbursing some of the donors to the controversial Thames footbridge project.
Wednesday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2019-02-13
At the new Bankside Hotel next door to One Blackfriars, you can buy an engagement ring from a vending machine:‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
Southwark's Roman Catholic cathedral doubled as a church in New York today as a film crew took over the building, b‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
@marcmenem Yes there‚Äôs a breakdown on the TfL website. For instance the construction firm got ¬£21m
bakerlooline Lambeth North: the station is currently exit only and trains are not stopping.
This is to prevent overcrowding at the station.
Circle Store - 5 objections to this planning application now. One resident says "t's the only place where you can g‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
The former Snowsfields Wellness shop is going to be a tattoo studio and shop
John_Muldoon Total chaos at Waterloo Station tonight because of a trespasser in Raynes Park this afternoon
@dochawking The money will come from the Department for Transport budget
@respros They plagiarised an image from the SE1 site!
The #GardenBridge Trust spent ¬£161,000 on its website.
Within days of becoming Mayor, Sadiq Khan visited a TfL-owned site in Southwark Street and promised to use va‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
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