A Government minister has defended the decision to commit £30 million of Whitehall funds to the failed Garden Bridge. Andrew Jones MP said it was "unfortunate" that the scheme had not been built.
Friday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2019-03-15
Today in the Commons, a Government minister defended the public money allocated to the "iconic and novel"‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
Minister says it's "unfortunate" that ¬£43 million of public money was spent on #gardenbridge without it being built
"I thought it was something that could be part of a capivating addition to central London's already captivating cen‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
Costa Coffee trialling delivery service via Deliveroo from Tooley Street branch kamcity.com/namnews/uk-and‚Ä¶
@Urban_Pictures No but will try to find out - thanks for pointing this out
The Water Poet pub in Spitalfields is closing due to redevelopment.
It's named after waterman-poet John Taylor, who‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
Tate Modern security guard, 54, who slipped on a puddle and landed on his backside is suing gallery for ¬£1 million‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
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