Southwark and Lambeth are among the first 50 council areas in England to receive new rapid COVID-19 test kits.
The reopening of Vauxhall Bridge to general traffic - schedule for late November - has been delayed till 10 December after workers came across old tram tracks buried below the road surface for nearly 70 years.
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The last tram crossed Vauxhall Bridge in January 1952, but nearly 70 years later the buried tracks are causing roadâ€¦ https://t.co/5ylFJ4b5GN
6pm - consultation webinar re plans to revamp the former Financial Times HQ next to Southwark Bridgeâ€¦ https://t.co/sA9b1xDTAM
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RT @se1: The discovery of tram tracks buried below the road surface for nearly 70 years means that Vauxhall Bridge's partial closure will câ€¦
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The discovery of tram tracks buried below the road surface for nearly 70 years means that Vauxhall Bridge's partialâ€¦ https://t.co/3a7rXE8k6S
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